■(TB) 'Heaven's Largesse'
R. 1969). Sdlg. 61-18A. TB, 30-34", Early to late bloom. Color Class-R1, Medium crimson red self with slight garnet overtone, lighter edges; brown beard. 'Redward'
. B Miller 1972.
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| From AIS Bulletin #205 April 1972 Introducing HEAVEN'S LARGESSE. 611BA. TB. Early to Late. Very sunfast, non-melting true crimson with lighter edges and garnet overtones the second day. Brown beard. Healthy. Multiplies well. Often 3 stems per rhizome, each with 6 buds. Often breeds multiple-stemmed reds with attractive flare. No haft marks. Well textured. Tight standards. Weather resistant. Very fertile both ways. Fault: First of its multiple-stems is too short-not always in progeny. Redward X Bang. $20.00 per rhizome. Bernice Miller.
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