■(TB) 'Son Of Satan'
1962, Wickersham by Nelson
'Son Of Satan'
(D. Paul Wickersham
by Roger Nelson
, R. 1999). TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Dark plum to deep maroon with black overcast; beards deep bronze brown. Parentage unknown. Cooley 1962.
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-- Main.RPries - 2011-03-07
- [Cooley's Gardens 1965]: A large blackish-maroon self, with a sooty overlay and bronzy brown beard in harmony. The falls are especially wide at the haft and are semi-flaring. Neither black nor red, the color has been described as deepest plum with a mulberry cast. This is a vigorous grower, producing many well-branched 3-foot stems to the clump. Each $7.50. -- DavidPotembski - 01 May 2013