'Quivera' (Jacob Sass, 1928). TB, Midseason bloom, Color Class-S2L.
|From Sass catalog, 1937: Treholme Gardens catalog 1931: QUIVERA (Jacob Sass, 1932)- (Sass, J. 1928) E.85, G.82, E. to M. S., 36". A mingling buff and pink plicata blend. A most fascinating flower of buff, pink, yellow, orange large size, good form and brown, difficult to describe, substance on tall, well-branched stalks. While it has been observed only one season, yet it is so attractive that I am including it believing that it will rate much higher under more favorable conditions. It is in a color class with Lona, Jubilee and King Karl, but is of unique beauty. different form, S. buff pink; F. orange vinaceous striped pink vinaceous, yellow glow at the center with brown striped more yellow, hafts and bright yellow beard. Blooms of medium is an improvement in other respects. size. 30 inches. Honorable Mention, 1932. 25c|
|From Sass catalog, 1937: QUIVERA (Jacob Sass, 1932)- A mingling of buff, pink, yellow, orange and brown, difficult to describe, but of unique beauty. S. buff pink; F. orange vinaceous striped pink vinaceous, yellow glow at the center with brown striped hafts and bright yellow beard. Blooms of medium size. 30 inches. Honorable Mention, 1932. 25c|
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