■(TB) 'Prince Of Orange'
'Prince Of Orange'
(Rudolph E. Kleinsorge
, 1940)TB. 30" Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y7D. 'Far West'
). Synonym: Prince d'Orange. Honorable Mention 1942; Award of Merit 1946
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| From Cooley's Gardens catalog for 1940: True orange in color, a clear self without markings of any kind, and it has never exhibited a single discordant fleck. A seedling of Far West and Naranja. Medium in size, very flaring in form, with flowers widely spaced along jauntily branching stems; thirty inches tall. A clump of this in the originator's garden was a solid mass of golden orange and brought much favorable comment from visiting A.I.S. members.
| From Carl Salbach catalog 1943:PRINCE OF ORANGE (Kleinsorge 1940). A new variety in shades of orange. Standards salmon orange, flaring falls slightly deeper in color, especially on the upper half. Well branched 32" stems. A very bright spot in the garden. Midseason. $3.00.
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