Difference: TbPortLisbon (r9 vs. r8)

■(TB) 'Port Lisbon'

1970, Peterson

'Port Lisbon' (Les Peterson, R. 1969). Seedling# LP 68-86. TB, 34" (86 cm). Late midseason bloom. Color Class-W4R., Standards oyster-shell or smoky white; falls claret red which extends into base of midribs; deep yellow beard. 'Main Event' X 'Gypsy Lullaby'. Peterson 1970.

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Awaiting original catalog description. From AIS Bulletin #197 April 1970 Introducing PORT LISBON. Main Event X Gypsy Lullaby. TB. 34", M-L. An air of fascination surrounds this charming bitone with standards of oyster-shell or smoky white. The claret red color of the falls extends into the base and midribs of the standards. Another sibling to Gala Madrid from a later cross. Tallest of the three; nicely branched, good bud count, vigor. Deep yellow beard. Fertile both ways. Limited stock. $25.00. Les Peterson.

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