An exquisite new variety: apricot-orange standards and creamy falls infused and edged with apricot. Bright tangerine beards. Much laced and flowers of perfect shape. Something very different and very new!
Descendant of "Dreamsicle", this delightful very light peach pink turns to cream below the apricot beard. The petals boast an exquisite lacy crimped edging. Probably the latest flowering variety. (6 to 8 buds) per stem.
Peach pink standards turning to golden yellow on their edges. White falls with a precise and narrow yellow rim, bright orange beards. Plenty of small flowers, moderatly ruffled. Very vigourous, quickly forming into good clumps.
Superb apricot, slightly rosy at the centre of the standards and marginally paler under the beards. Strong flowers have very ruffled edges and the beards are between tangerine and red. Exemplary branching with an average of 9 to 10 buds.
Soft rosy apricot, slightly paler on the almost horizontal falls. Superb shape, pretty edged with ruffles (though not excessively). An extra attraction: a pale rosy apricot spur extends the tangerine beards. Late flowering.
Bright orange standards with bright yellow falls bordered by vivid orange, held close to the horizontal. Flowers have pronounced wavy edges. Mandarin beards. Fairly compact stems, numerous buds: 10 to 12. (Aitken 2003).