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$60.00

(Murphy-J.P., 2011) 53" DIP 6.5"  MLa, Rebloom, Dormant 18 buds, 2 branches, UF-Cascade - Light gold with lighter midrib, diamond dusted, buds and spent blooms also gold

DONATED BY JIM MURPHY

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(Petit 2012) Tet Dormant to Sev. 5.5" M  24"    The unusual colors in Celtic Renaissance combine soft melon-orange and lavender. The self color is a light to medium mango, with a darker orange throat above a green heart. The flowers have a patterned eye with inward streaks and an outer mascara band of varying shades of lavender, violet and purple. The pattern eye continues around the petal as a multi-colored edge. The edge is an initial wide, lavender colored picotee that slowly fades into a darker orange to mango color, with an purple to orange inner band. The bubbly petal edges are ruffled with a tight crimping and jagged teeth. A very unusual color pattern.

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(Elizabeth Shooter,  2010).   40" M Reb Frag Fert Noc Ext Sev. (Marietta Wheeling x Tie Dye Illusion). 8" - 2 ½" - 1 ¼". Diploid. What a showoff this variant is with its twisting, crimping, pinching, turning---not a flower exhibits constant form. Tall with great branching and buds. Green heart, yellow throat brush the deep royal purple petals and sepals Feathered ruffling and a nice lighter edging on sepals and petals. Four-way branching, 16 buds. 

Image of CHASING VENUS CHASING VENUS
$70.00

(Harry, N. 2010)  28" TET 6.5", EMid, SEv, RE - Large light pink flower with violet lavender multi-colored eye and edge. Color difficult to capture in photograph. Fertile both ways.  (Bridey Greeson × Ruby Sunday)

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$60.00

(Stamile, 2008) 42" TET 12", with 16" wingspan, EE, Ev, RE, Spider Ratio 6.18:1, UF-Crispate - Red with black eye above green throat. Both petals and sepals twist and curl as they cascade down. Fertile both ways but a difficult pod parent.  (Wild and Wonderful × Wild and Free)

DONATED BY RICHARD AND JAYNE DITTMAN

 

 

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(Dan Hansen 2013) EV 32" E 8" Complex eye on bone petals

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(Stamile, 1999) 30" TET 8.5" E, EV, RE, UF-Spatulate - Red with deep red eye above green throat

DONATED BY RICHARD  AND JAYNE DITTMAN

Image of CLARK GABLE CLARK GABLE
$65.00

(Kirchhoff-D., 2004) 28" TET 6.5" EM, Ev, Fra, Double 98% - Intense persimmon orange self. Pods are moderately reluctant. (((Big Peach Mama × Tet. Siloam Double Classic) × sdlg) × (Margaret Tucker × sdlg)). (Photo taken in Bowald garden.)

 

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(B. Holley 2012)TET 27" EM M Re 6 ½" Ev. Fragrant, 4-way branching, 28 buds.
 This exquisite pale cream flower with a hint of pink blush is washed with a green overlay over the entire flower. The chartreuse ruffled edge and bright green throat add to its beauty

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(Elizabeth O. Shooter,  2012).   44" M Reb Noc Ext Sev. 05-DS721. (Stargate Portal x Shuffle the Deck). 8" - 1 3/4" - 1". Diploid. Trying to describe this flower was challenging not due to its beauty, but instead for Coco our cat. The smell and form of the flower was so intoxicating to her that she kept trying to eat the petals before I could finish the description. The green throat becomes chartreuse and bursts into the frosty purple eye zone overlaid with sliver edging. The sepals and tips of the petals are a deeper shade of purple. The deep veining is more prominent through the eyezone, yet it extends to the tip of the flower. Diamond dusting and delicate ruffles. Form is open with slightly pinched petals and recurved sepals. Five-way branching, 30 buds.

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This plant gets 6 to 7 feet tall for me in one season and creates a nice clump of plants. This EE is unique because the leaves fold upward and will catch all the rain in the leaf - be carefull when tipping leaf over to look inside as you will get wet. This plant has a dark almost black stem with shiny green leaves.

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Image of COIT TOWER COIT TOWER
$75.00

(Stamile, P.  2010) 42" TET  8111-B  42” TET 6.5" EM EV, RE, FRA, EX, Crispate - A tower in the garden.  The dark purple petals are edged in white bordering the black picotte.  What makes Coit Tower unique too, is the crispate pinched petals, giving an extra flare.  Fertile Both ways.  (Magical Mystery Show x Midnight Candy)

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((Reed, 2008) 26" DIP 5", Mid, Dor - Lavender self above huge white cream throat.

Auctioned in 2012.

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 (Webster, 1989) - 28" TET 8", EM, Dormant, Fragrant -  Purple self with gold throat.  DONATED BY DAVID METZGER.

Auctioned in 2012.

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Carpenter, J. 2009 – 23” Mid EV 5” RE – The heritage of this cultivar is easily identified by the patterned eye with its etchings on both petals and sepals. TEXAS KALEIDOSCOPE is very powerful for passing that trait to its seedlings. COLORFUL ETCHINGS has a buff yellow-crème base color with beautifully etched eyes that appear on both the petals and sepals. The eye color is a blend of both lavender and wine color with a deeper wine color etching around petals and sepals. The deeper etched edge of the eye on the petals is accented with deeper fine lines of wine color that radiate downward into the beautiful green throat. COLORFUL ETCHINGS has a deeper wine edging with some additional lavender edging with it that extends about half way out on the petals. Repeating scapes have two-way branching with fifteen buds. Pollen fertile and pod difficult.

Auctioned in 2011.

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 (Joiner, 2007) 28" TET 6" Mid, Ev, Fragrant, DBL - Coral pink with peach watermark. (sdlg × Tet. Peggy Bass) - DONATED BY CAROL & DAVE SARGINGER.

Auctioned in 2012.

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(Petit 2013)  Tet Sev. 7 - 8"  33" . One of our "King Kong" series of giant flowers on very tall scapes. The flowers are a cream melon self with pink highlights. At the center of the flower is a large, green throat. The petal edges carry a crimped ruffling surrounded by a wire gold edge. The massive size and height of these flowers make them a real show off in the garden.

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(Ludlow Lambertson 2012) - 27" TET 5" Sev E Re - COMPLEX COMPLEXITIES is a very special reverse bicolor with amber cream petals and muted rose sepals. The multi-patterned eye is fuchsia and cream and can have different looks every day. Green throat. 3-way branching, 20 buds. Fertile both ways. (Victorian Gardens Heavens Applause X Seedling)

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Petit 2009 - 27" Mid Sev. 6.5 - 7" DOUBLE -  Coronation Dream is by far an extremely sophisticated and commanding DOUBLE flower. The blooms are a soft baby ribbon pink, with both the petals and sepals surrounded by a pronounced gold edge.  The flowers are extremely large, especially for a double flower.  Both consistently and fully double, and are on tall, very sturdy scapes, a very powerful display of massive pom-pom blooms. 

Auctioned in 2011.

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Stamile 2008 - 28" TET EMid Ev. 6” RE - a beautifully formed bright rose pink with a large watermark and gold edge. Bright clear color on tall well branched scapes, color that is so bright and so clear that it radiates across the garden. Fertile both ways and a great parent for both white edges and gold edges.

Auctioned in 2011.

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Carpenter J. 2008 - 27” DIP Mid 6.5-Ev RE - flat-faced, lavender self with a wonderful stenciled eye above green throat, but there's much more to it than that simple little description. Take a look at the pictures.  The flower is consistently good, and very fertile both ways.

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(Kirchhoff 2008) 22” – 26” TET 5-6" EE, Re, Ex, Fr, Ev, DBL 99% - Pink is the hallmark of this pastel, coral, peach pink of exceptionally wide proportioned and exquisitely formed Double blossoms! Petaloid form, outer petals tend to roll back as the temperature rises into the nineties. The scapes are strongly recurrent, with 3 way branching. Reblooms up to 3 sets in Kentucky! Fertile both ways. 99.9% Double.

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 (Dan Trimmer 2014) Tet 35" M Ev. 6 1/4" Almost lost in the last row in the back of the garden CRIMSON REFLECTIONS came into it's own when garden visitors kept asking about that "tall pink one back there with the big dark red eye and edge."

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(Stamile, 1991) 25" TET 5", M, DOR - Baby ribbon pink with green throat. (Tet. Cleo Barnwell × (Chicago Candy Cane × Tetra Yesterday Memories))  DONATED BY THE DITTMAN'S.

Auctioned in 2012.

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(Gossard, James)  2013 introduction - Tetraploid 36" Early Midseason  Dormant emo fr 10" 4-5 way branching  18-26 buds. Fertile both ways. Rebloomer - Flowers of Cyberhawk are maroon purple with patterned eye zone of oranges and browns and a green throat. . A good parent for patterned UFO spiders. (Velvet Ribbons ) x (Heavenly Thunderbird x Tetra Purple Many Faces)

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