■(TB) 'Radiant Sun'
, R. 1967). Seedling# H61-109. TB, 36" (91 cm). Midseason bloom. Standards deep yellow (Wilson butter-cup yellow 5/1); alls yellow, lightening in center; tangerine-orange beard. ('Valimar'
sib x 'Graduation Gift'
) X ('Valimar'
sibling x 'Glittering Amber'
sibling) x Gaulter seedling# 57-44 ('Frances Kent'
x 'Temple Bells'
). Mission Bell 1968. High Commendation 1967; Honorable Mention 1969.
| From AIS Bulletin #189 April 1968 Introducing RADIANT SUN (Hamblen). M. 36". Broad petaled, ruffled buttercup yellow with a tangerine-orange beard. The flaring arched falls lighten in the beard area. Strong stalks with good branching and bud count. (VALIMAR sib x GRADUATION GIFT) X ((VALIMAR sib x G. AMBER sib) x Gaulter's 57-44: (FRANCES KENT x TEMPLE BELLS)). Sdlg. H61-109. HC '67. Net $25.00. Mission Bell.
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