• Dan Hansen – 2016
  • #3nFR
  • Evergreen
  • 28″ Scapes
  • 6.5″ Flowers
  • 4-way branching
  • 20 bud count
  • Early Season
  • Re-blooms
  • Northern tested Z5
  • Cristate Sculpting (see below)

*AHS definition – CRISTATE: A form of sculpting that refers to appendages of extra petal tissue growing from the midrib or elsewhere on the surface of the petals. (I believe the midrib thing is totally different genetically than this, the SIGOURNEY thing. Dan)

Brick Red, gold throat and wide ruffled pale gold to white edge. Great example of a cristate, notice the ‘fins” in the throat,  and a “bow tie” on the petal! Except for plant, I really only had form and color to work on; now the surface structure can be made to do different things (besides doubling) in all forms and all colors!

  • Difficult fertility
  • Pollen Parent: FRINGING CORAL REEF

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