Full formal blooms of a soft yellow overlaid with a faint touch of lavender. 1.2m. Suitable for exhibition and also as a free flowering variety for the garden. For exhibition grow about 6-7 up. A relatively early flowering variety in relation to some mediums so useful for earlier shows. Introduced in 1970 and raised by J Stitt from New Zealand.
|Flower Colour:||Soft yellow overlaid lavender|
|Flower Size:||150 – 210mm|
|Stopping:||Early to mid June at 5-6 pairs of leaves|
|Disbudding:||For exhibition the general rule is 1st 2-3 pairs of buds below the terminal bud should be removed|
|Planting Spacing:||For exhibition: 2 row bed. 60 x 60cm apart with 1.2m between beds. Garden: 50-60cm between plants|
|Raiser:||Stitt, New Zealand|