■(TB) 'Sparkling Champagne'
'Sparkling Champagne' Larry Ernst
, R. 1965). Seedling# 1-62. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards cream; falls cream edged buff. Seedling# 32-31 X (pink seedling x 'Dancing Tiger'
). Cooley 1965. High Commendation 1964; Honorable Mention 1966.
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| From Cooley's Gardens catalog 1965: Although this would be classed as a plicata it really carries but a minimum of dots or etchings, mostly near the center and on the hafts. The color is less buff or brownish than our illustration alongside, and inclines more to a chartreuse or champagne shade. Very large, slightly spreading with extra broad falls and superb branching. HC, AIS 1964. No. 1-62. 36 inches. Each $20.00.
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