Difference: TbAngeline (r7 vs. r6)

(TB) 'Angeline'

1957, Solomon

'Angeline' ( Raymond Solomon, R. 1953) Seedling 48-4A1. TB, 38" (97 cm). Early midseason bloom. White self; beard white to light yellow deep in throat. 'Snow Flurry' X 'Azure Skies'. Wallace 1957. High Commendation 1953. Honorable Mention 1957.

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From AIS Bulletin #149, April 1958. Introducing ANGELINE (Solomon 48~4A 1: Snow Flurry X Azure Skies). Acclaimed by many fanciers as the finest white to date. Large ruffled pure white (including a white beard) with domed standards and flaring falls, carried on 40" stalks; smooth texture and heavy substance, has pollen and sets seed readily. Awarded Honorable Mention in 1957 Net $15.00. Raymond Solomon.

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