'Marmalade' (Keith Keppel, R. 1978). Seedling 72-3D. TB, 36" (91 cm), Late bloom. Standards orange, lightly tinted tan (M&P 10-J-7); falls slightly deeper and more tan (11-J-8); mandarin red (2-F-12) beard. 'West Coast' X seedling 68-59A: ('Radiant Light' x ((('Golden Gleam' x 'Hallmark') x ('Gail' x 'Techny Chimes')) x (('Gail' x 'Techny Chimes') x 'Golden Gene'))). Keppel 1979.
|From AIS Bulletin #232 Winter 1979 Introducing MARMALADE (Keppel '79). L. 36". Ruffled and laced deep orange with tan overlay, giving an almost burnt orange effect in cool weather. Bright mandarin red beards. (West Coast X (Radiant Light x (((Golden Gleam x Hallmark) x (Gail x Techny Chimes)) x ((Gail x Techny Chimes) x Golden Gene)))). #72-3D. $30.00. Keith Keppel.|
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