■(TB) 'High Flying Flamingo'
'High Flying Flamingo'
(Leonard and Kathie Jedlicka
, R. 2011). Seedling# Jeda 5-58x4. TB, 37-39 (9497 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards medium pink, very ruffled and laced; style arms soft coral-pink, ruffled and laced; falls flamingo pink, lighter in center, orange tint at hafts; beards tangerine orange, 1/2" - 1" hairy pink horns standing almost vertical; lightly ruffled and laced; slight sweet fragrance. 'Glorioso'
X ' Malaguena'
. Blue J Iris 2012
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| From Blue J Iris online catalog, 2017: HIGH FLYING FLAMINGO - Leonard & Kathryn Jedlicka, 2012, TB, 37-39”, M. This consistent space-ager is a pink version of its peachy half-sister High-Kicking Rockettes that we introduced in 2010. The very ruffled and laced medium pink standards have styles that are soft coral pink. The flamingo-pink falls are lighter in the center and orangey at the hafts, and the beards are tangerine-orange. ½-1” hairy pink horns stand almost vertical. 6-7 sweet-smelling buds appear on nice branching, and the ¾” thick stalks can take any wind. (Formerly seedling Jeda 5-58X4) Glorioso X Malaguena).
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