Splendida (Guerin 1850). A double pink. Light old-rose pink becoming almost white with age; floriferous, stiff stems, good foliage. Notable for its great size and unusually agreeable perfume. Valuable for garden decoration.
Gay Paree (Auten 1933). A flamboyant, medium-sized flower of japanese form whose cerise-pink petals surround a center of creamy white. Pink petaloids frequently come up through the center, producing a tufted effect. A vigorous grower with 110 cm stems.
Doreen (Sass 1949). The guards are well rounded, large and medium light rose pink. The staminodes are yellow, suffused with color of the guards. Anthers transformed to yellow tips and edges to the staminodes. The carpels small, green, turning dull red. Foliage is light green and medium sized. The stems are strong and 100 cm in length. A distinctive flower of several shades of pink. A good cut flower variety.
Burning Bright (Goldsmith 1986). Hybrid; a brilliant pink single. She has strong stems of 120 cm height and a rich green foliage. Flowering in the early midseason.
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.
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