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Shirley Temple

'Shirley Temple'
Orig.: (Smirnow, bef. 1952)
Cultivar group: Lactiflora
Bloom period: Late Midseason
Bloom week: 5 to 6
Flower form: Double
Height: Medium
Distinction: Show Flower
Item number: 5072

Details:

Full double; large size, opens blush pink, fading to white with time. Good substance and form, central petals often with delicate crimson highlights. Good plant habit, vigorous and productive, grows to a medium size bush. A very reliable and profuse bloomer when mature. Strong stem, erect, carries the flower above the canopy. Side buds extend bloom period, should be disbudded for cut flowers and exhibition. Foliage, attractive deep green with semi-gloss sheen. Withstands moderate adverse weather when in flower but benefits from staking for best results. An excellent old fashion garden variety with good cut flower qualities.

Species cultivar, P. lactiflora. Parentage: 'Festiva Maxima' x 'Mme. Edouard Doriat'

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