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(Meyer 2015) 333 EM
[JM 6-09] (open x open)
You will want to do that little “Jiggity Jig” dance, and shake those tail feathers, when you see this cute little number! Oh yes you will. When you see this light salmon, with deep salmon veining and cream splashed markings around the petal edges, you will dance! There’s more; the lip petal is covered in creamy light yellow and overlaid with deep salmon veining. You will dance! 22 total buds, holding open 8, 4 inch ruffled triangular florets, with 6 in color, on 26 inch flower heads, and 54 inch total field height. Heavy substance, luscious color, you will dance the “Jiggity Jig.”
Large= $2.50 each
Unit= 1 Large 1 Medium 1 Small= $5.00
(Kollasch 2015) 260 VE
[Ko 0805A9-2] (Lemon Meringue x open) Ed Squires Award 2014
Too real to be make-believe, “Narnia” wins a royal place in your garden. A pale rose (nearly white) floret with light lime shadings as it opens, and a reflecting of light rose in the throat. The needlepointed 2 ¾ inch florets open wide with medium substance. 19 total buds, 7 open, 5 in color with informal placement. 20 inch flower heads,
and 42 inches field height. A few in the garden will take you far, far, away.
Large= $2 each
(Meyer 2015) 323S EM
[JM 105-09] (open x open)
Back on the drumming grounds “Prairie Chicken” is sure to attract a mate, with its light smoky orange color, and displaying deeper orange lip petals. The plump, round, ruffled florets with great substance, open informally. 24 total buds, holding 8 open, with 6 in color, 28 inch head and 54 inch field height. Very healthy, and sturdy grower.
Large and medium = $1.50 each