(Benz-J., 2005)

  • height 34in (86cm)
  • bloom 6in (15.0cm)
  • season M
  • Dormant
  • Tetraploid
  • Very Fragrant
  • 18 buds, 1 branches

 Yellow self above green throat. (sdlg × Tet. Siloam Harold Flickinger)

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Bloom SeasonMiddle
Foliage HabitDormant

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    This big, flat, lemon yellow shines across the yard like a neon yellow beacon. True canary yellows like this are now an endangered species, as the more frilly southern blends are currently all the rage. This one is heavily ruffled, but not as lacy as the latest southern polychromes. Nevertheless, this 6 1/2"+, side-facing intense lemon-yellow makes a dramatic statement in the garden, unmatched by any polychrome yellow blend! Substance on this is like heavy gauge plastic. Makes large, blue-green dormant plants, very tough, but slow to increase, and requires too much cold to be grown in the deep south. Scapes are short and thick, with 18 buds at the top. Very fertile pollen; pods take persistence. Very fragrant. An attention getter, and selected by good friend Julianna Kallas as her favorite flower in the garden. Parent of our largest and most intense lemon yellow to bloom in 2009.  fragrant.  

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