(TB) 'Sparkling Snow'
(Dr. Charles E. Branch
by Robert Young, selector, R. 1967). Seedling# 6229. TB, 32" (81 cm), Late midseason bloom. White self, ruffled; bright orange-yellow beard. 'Lavendula'
x (( 'First Affection'
x 'Azure Skies'
) x 'White Sentry'
)) x ((( 'Great Lakes'
x 'Winter Carnival'
) x sibling)) x 'Lipstick'
))) X 'Lipstick'
. Young 1967.
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| From AIS Bulletin #185 April 1967 Introducing SPARKLING SNOW (Branch '67). Sdlg. 6229. TB. 32". ML. White self, wide and ruffled exquisitely. Bright orange-yellow beard enhances this pure white flower. Three or more blooms open on well-spaced and well-branched stalks. Increases well; generous bloomer. (LAVENDULA X (((FIRST AFFECTION x (WINTER CARNIVAL X AZURE SKIES X WHITE SENTRY) X (GREAT LAKES X WINTER CARNIVAL x sib))) X LIPSTICK. $25.00. Robert Young.
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