Mouth watering colour: racy red-claret with ruffled and flared falls. Excellent flowering habit: most stalks have four branches and average 10-11 nicely spaced buds. Vigorous growth and also disease resistant.
This delight spreads its light brown-red standards above nearly horizontal garnet-red falls which boast exquisite lacy crimped edges. The glowing yellow beards seem lengthened by a 3 to 4 cm-long stripe running along the middle. These wonderful flowers are rather round and their stalks well branched.
A tall and most elegant son of 'Paul Black' and 'Saturn'. Bright, medium-purple standards and dark purple, almost black falls. Thick orange-red beards stand out against the black falls. 3 to 4 branches carrying on average 10-12 buds. Spectacular and robust!