NANCY BRITZ (2002) is a 27" tall mid-season dormant diploid
with diamond dusted cream flowers and with pink highlights. NANCY
BRITZ has a bright green throat extending 30 percent onto petal surfaces.
NANCY BRITZ produces kids with large bright green throats. It may not
be well known but it's truly a garden standout- one of the best in its
class. Reblooms. $20 d/f
PATSY CUNNINGHAM (2005) is a 32" tall mid-season dormant tetraploid hardy to at least USDA Zone 5. It bears a large
diameter 7.0" yellow (self) flower. Petals have a beautiful 0.5"
heavy ruffled edge and a green throat. Ruffled sepals are pale
yellow. PATSY CUNNINGHAM's complex heritage includes 'Techny
Spider', 'Twist of Lemon', and 'Liz Shreiner'. It has three-way
branching and 18 buds. PATSY CUNNINGHAM is fertile both ways with
many seedlings being UFO's with edges close to 0.75". $85 s/f
PHIL REILLY (2003) is a 30" tall mid-season
dormant tetraploid out of 'Angel's Smile'. Its 7.5" light lavender
cream flower has pink stippling and a gold wire edge. PHIL REILLY
is a great parent for producing kids with stippling effects and gold
edges. Reblooms. $20 d/f
QUEEN KATHLEEN (2003) is a 32" tall evergreen
diploid with five way branching. It bears a spidery 8.0" diameter
flower with a cream-green color blend above a large green throat extending 60 percent onto petal surfaces.
QUEEN KATHLEEN is an excellent parent, fertile both ways, producing spectacular kids
to at least USDA Zone 7. Sold Out
ROSE F. KENNEDY
ROSE F. KENNEDY (RFK) (2007), 33" diploid- dormant, hardy to at least USDA
Zone 5 with a 7.5" diameter flower, 4 way branching and 24 buds.
If water and fertilizer are added during
the growing season, the blooms are 9" in diameter.
The first in the series of "Emerald Stardust" kids. RFK is a
large, very distinctive flower with a large green face and purple-red
picotee, with a great garden presence. A super breeder,
fertile both ways, with green kids varying in diameter from 6.0" to
9.0". A must for breeders in search of large green throats. $125
s/f Limited Supply
TELLTALE HEART (2006) is
a 28" tall mid-season dormant diploid hardy to at least USDA Zone 5.
It bears a large diameter 6.5" diameter flowers.
Petals and sepals have a striking plum color with a large green throat.
TELLTALE HEART is a very unusual, mysterious, distinctive purple-red
eyezone. It has three-way branching and 20 buds. TELLTALE
HEART is fertile both ways and its kids have been spectacular(!) with
myriad shades of purple and red with etched eyezones. $100 s/f Limited