■(TB) 'Orange Crush'
, R. 1957). TB, 38" (97 cm). Midseason to late bloom. Color Class-O5D, Burnt-orange self. ((('Midwest Gem'
) x 'Gold Ruffles'
) x ('Salmon Sheen'
)) X (('Chosen'
x 'Prairie Sunset'
) x (Muhlestein seedling# 47-72A x 'Pink Formal'
)). Suiter 1959.
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| From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1963: ORANGE CRUSH (Suiter '59) M-L-38". This vivid orange of large size will attract garden visitors like a magnet. Its brilliance is further accentuated by an even brighter orange beard, almost tangerine. Should be a great parent. Tall & showy & one you will surely want. Regularly $7.50; on $10 order $5.10; on $25 order $4.SO.
| From Fleur De Lis Gardens catalog 1963: ORANGE CRUSH (Suiter '59) M.V.L. 38 in. (((M. Gem x Chantilly) x (Gold Ruffles)) x Salmon Sheen))) x ((Chosen x P. Sunset) x (Muhl. Sdlg. x P. Formal)). A vivid orange of great size and magnificently broad petals. Its great brilliance is further accented by an even brighter orange red beard. Tall and showy. One you will want. 6.00.
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