(TB) 'Second Coming'

1978, Miller

'Second Coming' (Bernice Miller, R. 1978). TB, 38" (97 cm), Early midseason bloom and rebloom (late October in New Mexico). Ruffled white with pale green centers on both Standards and falls; white beard tipped lemon. ('Snow Flurry' x ('New Snow' x 'Crystal Beauty')) X 'Celestial Snow'. B Miller 1979.

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From AIS Bulletin #233 Spring 1979 Introducing SECOND COMING (B. Miller). TB, 38", EM & RE late October. Very ruffled white, with an aura of celestial calm. Pale green centers on both S. and F. Sweet fragrance. Falls too narrow, branching too close, but texture superb and flowers not crowded. 3 branches and terminal. White beard tipped lemon. With its pedigree, it should breed advances in white remontants. (Snow Flurry x (New Snow x Crystal Beauty)) X Celestial Snow. $20.0. Bernice Miller.
 
 


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