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(TB) 'Golden Shadows'

1952, Rees

'Golden Shadows' (Clara Rees, R. 1952). TB, 38-40". Midseason bloom. Color Class W1, White self, gold diffusion at heart. (('Natividad' x 'Happy Days') x ('King Midas' x 'Happy Days')) X ('King Midas' x 'Happy Days') sibling. Rees 1952.

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From AIS Bulletin #126, July 1952. Introducing GOLDEN SHADOWS (Natividad x Happy Days) x [(King Midas x Happy Days) x Sister seedling. A large warm white, with an outpouring of gold through the center which reaches up into the standards and underlies the falls. A rich flower, on strong, moderately branched, 42-inch stalks. Needs establishment to attain full effectiveness of its 6-1/2 inch blooms. Mid-season. $10.00. Rees 1952.
 
 

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