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(TB) 'Skitchewaug'

1928, Chase

'Skitchewaug' (H. F. Chase, R. 1928) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R9D.

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From Quality Gardens catalog 1931: SKITCHEWAUG (Chase 1929) M. 36". This flower was named for a mountain in Vermont. A good sized flower on well branched stems. The coloring is similar to that of Isoline, but more brilliant, richer and more velvety. A very heavy gold beard lights up the entire flower. The falls are wider than those of Isoline and do not hug the stem, but are semi-horizontal. This is a fine landscape variety and its color carries well. $1.35.

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Topic revision: r5 - 11 May 2019, Betsy881
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