Difference: TbPointDiamond (r4 vs. r3)

(TB) 'Point Diamond'

1972, Galer

'Point Diamond' (George Galer, R. 1971). Sdlg. 66-187-3. Seedling #66-187-3. TB, 38" (97 cm), Midseason late bloom. Standards tawny yellow (RHS 19B) with 1/4" sunshine yellow edge, rosy suffusion along outer midrib to petal edge, heavy washing of violet on inside; Falls falls greyed purple (184B) with 1/4" brown rim, center heavily overlaid blue-rose with electric blue flash below beard; underside red-purple; yellow beard tipped brown. 'Rusticana'X Tompkins 63-161: seedling #63-161: ( 'Sudden Spring' x 'Camelot Rose'). Galer 1972.

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