Catharina Fontijn (v/d Valk, v/d Zwet 1952). Lactiflora; the flowers are salmon pink fading to white during flowering. Pink in bud. Double with hardly visible yellow stamens. Perfect green – light green foliage. The stems are 100 cm of length with one to four dubs. A perfect cut variety.
Mr. B.H. Farr (Farr 1955). Japanese; a deep old-rose single with large outstanding tuft of brownish red with white tips. Stems are 100 cm, flowering late.
Martha Bulloch (Brand 1907). Lactiflora; a flat double pink, this dependable cultivar produces an abundance of large blooms. The foliage is narrow. Blooms late in the season.
Ama No Sode (Japan). Lactiflora; the flower has not more than two rows of long, wide-spread petals of rose-pink, forming a saucer-like cup about a immense center of long, yellow staminodes with flattened crinkled tips stained with rose; carpels are green with yellowish tips and white kernels at the base. Vigorous growth; very floriferous; strong stems and good foliage. Length is 110 cm.