Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Gwendolyn Vole’s Pink Organdy

A special party dress is needed for the Meadow Ball. Gwendolyn Vole chooses her best pink organdy for this occasion, certain that she will be the prettiest rodent of them all. She twitches her whiskers in happy anticipation!

The flower is a warm shell-pink bitone, with lighter sepals and midribs. The rounded petals have tiny scalloped edges and strawberry veining. Good substance. Three-way branching and 16-20 buds. Clumps quickly, producing many scapes and flowers.

Nice balance of flower to plant. Starts first week in July. Multiple fans.

Little Grapette x Siloam Jim Terry
Flower 3 x 1 5/8 x 5/8"
Height 19"

Introduced at $45

No comments:

Post a Comment