, R. 1950). Seedling# 45-hA. TB, 38" (97 cm). Midseason bloom. Orange-tan self. 'Prince Of Orange'
. Fairmount 1955.
| From Fairmount Gardens, 1955: THORWALD (Knowlton 1955) M. L. Unique in color pattern, this large broad petaled orange blend is an impressive variety of sturdy form and substance. The standards are Yellow Ochre (07/3) lightly ruffled and firmly held. The fluted flaring falls have a base color of Yellow Ochre flushed at the center with Spanish Orange (010/2) around the rich orange beard.The colors are so intermingled that it is difficult to describe, but it is a rich colorful blend that flowers with great freedom on tall well branched stalks. 39 in. $15.00
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