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(Jack Worel, 2003) BB.
Early to mid season.25” Standards style arms and falls light cream ground with irregular purple blotches and specks; standards with yellow at base extending on margin 1/3 distance upward, continuing as yellow marginal tinge; falls similar, yellow slightly more pronounced and extending halfway, continuing as yellow tinge; beards yellow, slightly darker in throat; slight sweet fragrance. Parentage and origin unknown. in distribution ca 1970, often as “Mixed Up Kid”.
(Keith Keppel, 1997) IB.
Early to mid season.18“ Standards slate purple, veined and blended paler greyed mauve, extreme base flushed pyrethrum yellow; style arms greyed lavender to light lemon; Falls hortensia to prune purple paling to small lavender edge, white spot in heart; beards white, tipped chrome yellow in throat; lightly ruffled; slight sweet fragrance.