Originator: (Klehm, 1995)
Bloom period: Late Midseason
Bloom week: 5
Flower form: Single
USDA zone: 2 to 8
Item number: 5303
Single, diminutive flower; opens in shades of blush to medium rose pink, color is pronounced toward the tips. One row of very narrow, acutely pointed petals surround a yellow ring of long filaments, which in turn surround a center of prominent carpels, both carpels and stigma are of deep maroon color. Good plant habit, vigorous, grows a compact, semi-dwarf bush. Strong, self-supporting stems, staking not required. A singular novelty that does well in the perennial border.
Awards, Best Use & Distinctions
Novelty; general garden and landscape use; perennial border.