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1968, Gaulter

1968, Gaulter

  

'San Leandro' (Larry Gaulter, R. 1968). Seedling# 65-52. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-RV1L, Light purple self; tangerine-red beard. Seedling# 62-69 ((('Fuchsia' x 'Party Dress') x ('Frost And Flame' x sibling)) x ('Arctic Flame' x sibling))) X 'Rippling Waters'. Cooley 1968. Honorable mention 1969; Award of Merit 1973.

'San Leandro' (Larry Gaulter, R. 1968). Seedling# 65-52. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-RV1L, Light purple self; tangerine-red beard. Seedling# 62-69 ((('Fuchsia' x 'Party Dress') x ('Frost And Flame' x sibling)) x ('Arctic Flame' x sibling))) X 'Rippling Waters'. Cooley 1968.

  
Lavenders help "smooth-out" the garden, and SAN LEANDRO produces instant clumps. A lavender of good form and tremendous bud count and branching. One-year clumps produce many increases with 5 and 6 stalks each! [Joe Ghio, “The Eye of the Beholder,” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 199 (October 1970): 43.]
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Lavenders help "smooth-out" the garden, and SAN LEANDRO produces instant clumps. A lavender of good form and tremendous bud count and branching. One-year clumps produce many increases with 5 and 6 stalks each! [Joe Ghio, “The Eye of the Beholder,” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 199 (October 1970): 43.]
  
 
 
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