Metzger ( 2013) 43" EMRE 6.5 Dor Dip Ext. Cascade Unusual Form
David's flower has been a star in our garden for five years now. Orange and tan, with a red eye, green throat, and cream edge, it curls radically on hot humid days. Quite sunfast. Four way branching, 27 buds, and a long bloom season, with some rebloom. Out of two great ones, MAGIC OF OZ, by ROCKET SCIENCE. The latter is hardy in zone 3. Pollen fertile, Pod difficult. Very limited. Only a few left. One plant for sale in August.
We are introducing this new cultivar for David after watching it and loving it for 2 years. It is a light lemon self UF cascade double that reliably reblooms for us. It has many different looks , but most of the time it is a layered double and a 95% or better double. Not only is it a good garden plant, but has produced some of the best layered double spiders and UF's that I have seen. 3 branches, 18 buds. It is out of HOWS THE WEATHER UP THERE by FIRE FLY FRENZY. It has a tiny green heart. It allows non double spiders and UF's to produce double offspring, but not every time. (See images of two offspring ) Pollen fertile only, but very strong pollen