, R. 1981). Seedling# 77-11. TB, 32" (81 cm). Midseason bloom. Standards deep cream with infusion of plum blending out from midrib; falls rosy plum, small white blaze surrounding bright orange beard. ('Pipes Of Pan'
seedling x 'Pipes of Pan'
) X 'Touché'
. Griffin 1981.
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| From AIS Bulletin #241 April 1981 Introducing TAMARON-TB, 32", M, Sdlg. 77-11: ((Pipes of Pan sdlg. x Pipes of Pan sdlg.) X Touche). Standards are smooth, warm cream with an infusion of plum blending out from the midribs. Flashy, wide orange beards radiate charm and are surrounded by a small white blaze. Rosy plum falls are fluted and semi-flaring. Good branching. Fertile both ways. $25.00. John Griffin.
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