(Meyer 2017) 324 M
[JM 80-100] (Boy O Boy x unk)
One of the the best for health and SHOW. #6 NAGC Top 10 Show Report and # 4 Top 10 Recent Introduction!
4” floret, 24 buds, 9 open, 7 in color
Field Height 58”
Large= $3 each
Unit= 6 Large = $12 EXCELLENT PRICE!
(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
(Saran 2001) 327 LM
Voluptuous waxy substance, heavily ruffled dark scarlet/orange. Petra’s petals are tightly attached with formal placement. A dependable BEAUTY!
Large= $2.00 each
Only a few left!
(John Meyer 2018) 421 EM
[JM 146-15] ( Ella Anne X Lavender Delight )
Worthy to be grown in any garden, Gladdybelle will delight you with her unique smooth light buff colored florets. A distinctive
rosy-lavender speared blotch is placed on a light yellow glow on the lip petals. Good crisp substance, formal placement, on straight tall plants. Opening 9, with 7 in color, 26 buds.
Large= $4 each
Unit= 3 Large = $10
(Peeters 2008) 424 EM
(Dream Dust x Mountain Meadow)
A smooth medium salmon-orange with the lower petals somewhat darker, and a yellow spear on the lip petal. The 29 inch flowerhead, has 5 ½ inch florets with 25 buds, holding 9-10 open, and 9 in color. Heavy substance and formal placement help to give Huron County a superb presentation.
Large= $3.00 each
Only a few left!
(Cliff Hartline 2020) 325 M
[CH-15-109] (Orange Julius x Gold Fever)
The secret is out. This is a remarkable medium orange on the wide outer edges, with bright yellow radiating from the center. Over that is a red orange brush marking on the throat. The petals are round and pleasantly ruffled. 20 total buds, 8 open and 7 in color, on flowerheads of 23 inches, and a field height of 44 inches. Formal presentation and medium substance also add to the appeal to include Summer Secret in your garden this year.
Unit= 3 Large=$16
(John Meyer 2021) 325 M
[JM 21-100] (Boy O Boy x open)
Unit = 1 Large 1 Medium 1 Small= $12
(Griesbach 1971) 327 EM
[Miss Muffet x (Happiness x Chinese Lantern)]
HELLO! Fiesta is back in our catalog! One of our favorite old timers for bright, loud arrangements. Vibrant deep orange ruffle surrounds a vivid yellow throat.
Unit = 6 Large= $7
(John Meyer 2023) 425 M
[JM 265-13] (Pink Lace x Sacia Lynn)
A lusciously joyous, ruffled medium orange with a large mysterious purple blotch and a deep rose midrib, fills the room with laughter. Minnesota glad designers have been waiting for this beauty to reappear after getting a sampling of it at our State Glad Show in New Ulm, MN, a few years back. It takes a couple years to build up enough stock to enter it in the All America Select Trials and also have enough to introduce.
Congratulations! John Meyer!
Florets are 4 ¼ inch, round, ruffled, and medium substance.
Placed formally on 26 inch flowerheads. 24 total buds, holding 10 open and 6 in color.
52 inch field height, good medium stems and foliage.
Large = $10 each
Unit= 1 Large 1 Medium 1 Small = $25
(John Meyer 2023) 125 EM
[ JM 15-70] (Ewert 08-17A x open)
Amongst the hills and fields of Potsdam, in the secret places dwell the tiniest of creatures, the "glad one" calls Potsdam Pixie. Often showing up dressed in a lovely shade of fresh salmon orange. Her center, a glistening white with a large cherry rose bullseye blotch.
Florets are 2 ¼ inch, round, waved, and medium substance.
Placed informally on 23 inch flowerheads.
20 total buds, holding 8 open and 4 in color.
47 inch field height, with nice slender stems and foliage.
Unit = 1 Large 1 Medium 1 Small=$15