Gold Certificate in NDS Trials 2008 and winner of Harry Howarth Medal 2008. Rich pillarbox red with strong stems, weatherproof blooms and good formation. Being later flowering than some this variety could do with a mid June stop at 5 pairs and then grown 7-8 up to get good sized Small blooms. Compact and strong plants grow to 1m with very good ramrod stems. Good for exhibition and cutflower.
|Flower Colour:||Pillar box red|
|Suitable for:||Cut Flower, Exhibition and Garden Display|
|Awards:||Harry Howarth Memorial Medal winner at the NDS exhibition trials at Golden Acre Park 2008|
|Stopping:||Stop at 4-5 pairs of leaves at approx mid-June and aim to grow 7-8 up for exhibition|
|Disbudding:||Disbud by removing the first 2-3 pairs below the main terminal bud to give better stem length and fuller sized blooms.|
|Plant Spacing:||50-60cm apart|
|Raiser:||J Kidd, UK|