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(TB) 'Rayo-De-Sol'

1930, Mohr-Mitchell

'Rayo-De-Sol' (William Mohr and Sydney B. Mitchell R. 1929) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y4M. ('Shekinah' x 'Argentina') x ('Mrs. Neubronner' x 'Marian Mohr'). Salbach 1930.

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From Carl Salbach catalog, 1930: RAYO DE SOL (Mohr-Mitchell) (Shekinah X Argentina X (Neubronner X Marian Mohr). The Spanish word for sunbeam was given this seedling because of its bright yellow color. It is a sister of Mirasol, but has proved much more vigorous, and its flowers, 4 inches high and 3-1/2 broad, are larger. The color is lemon chrome (Ridgeway), a bright clear yellow, the flaring falls have a few white lines at the haft. Its height, 30 inches, fits it best for the front of the border, where it is sure to be greatly admired. $15.00.

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