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  ABUNDANT GRACE
$20.00

(Clement, 2009) 48"  ML  7.5", dormant diploid, UF Crispate, Burnt orange with orange-red eye and green throat.  Out of Rosy Lights x (Eggplant Escapade x Joyce Brudd).  Great long bloomer.

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$15.00

Reed, 1997 - 28' La 5.5" sev.dip. Light rose with lemon throat, recurved, very late HM, SFA This is one of the last cultivars to start blooming in our garden. We have more introductions out of this cultivar than any other. Excellent parent for all colors!

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$15.00

Murphy, '03 - 32" EMRe 7.5" semiev. Dip. Huge twisting, curling cherry red UF on a vigorous plant

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$30.00
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Murphy, '06 - 54" L 7" dor.dip. UF- cascade Tall light purple cascade that twists and curls as well as cascades. Strong, vigorous grower, with perfectly presented blooms.

I knew this one would be an introduction the first day it bloomed. A gorgeous 7" light purple unusual form cascade, carried high on 54" scapes with 2 - 4 branches, and 20 or more buds. The color changes on this one daily, starting out light reddish purple and end dark lavender, with vaguely blue-ish watermark. It has thick, strong scapes, with lots of proliferations, and it is a bud builder. Blooms have white midribs, yellow throat, green heart, and a ruffled white edge on hot days. Fertile and sun-resistant, with wide, dark green foliage.

Parentage: After Awhile Crocodile x spider seedling

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$150.00

(Reed, 2015)   45”  M  6.5”  dormant diploid

ALICE is a pale lemon cream with a large purple eye and very green throat.  The form is Unusual Form cascade with lots of ruffles.  2 branches and 15 buds.  It is named after my first grand-daughter, born in London on a Christmas Eve.  (Monocacy Summer Mist x Cherry Peacock).   Fertile both ways, in short supply.

 
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Image of ALIEN STARDUST ALIEN STARDUST
$35.00

 

(Reed, 2011)  50+”  MLa  8-9”  dormant, diploid, Spider

         OK, I have gone over to the dark side:  a true spider!  Alien Stardust has a 5:1 spider ratio, with all tepals rolling back.  The form varies from open star to cascade.  So it is a spider, an unusual form, and an extra large bloom (and tall).  It has deep 3-way branching with about 24 buds.  The basic color is light yellow, with stippling/dusting of rose and a green throat.  Stunning light color in the late garden, the size grabs attention.  Parentage is:  (Kirsten Madeline Burkey x North Wind Dancer).  Limited: only about six plants available now.                                                                                                      

 

  ALIQUIPPA
$12.00

Julia Baxter, 2004.  28"  M  5"  dormant, tet.  Washed rose pink blend with heavy yellow horns and white teeth.

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$20.00

Reed, 2005 - 30" M 4" dor.dip. Spider. Red self, green throat. Small spidery red cute in the garden on branched scapes. Fertile, and a great parent for those little spidery guys...

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$25.00
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Murphy, 2005 - 47" Mla Re 6.5" dor.dip. Clear red, tan & cream edges, yellow midribs, yellow throat. Fertile and an excellent parent for color patterns.

Clear red edged tan and cream, with yellow throat, green heart, and yellow midribs.  The colors are very clear and distinct, and the blooms are held high on tall, strong scapes. Good foliage, good blooms in adverse weather. An excellent parent.

Parentage: SCARLETT'S WEB X RED RAIN

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$15.00
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Murphy, '05 - 39" EMRe 6" semi.dip. Clear lavender & creamy lavender bitone, purple eye, green throat

Clear lavender and creamy lavender bitone with a purple eye and green throat. ALLEGORY is the sibling to this year's THANKS MISTER WIZARD, and last year's LUNA, WIDE EYE BAYOU, and HOWS THE WEATHER UP THERE, hence the name. With 3 branches, 22 or more buds, and instant rebloom, it has a very long bloom season. Several people asked me to introduce this extended bloomer, out of RADIANT MOONBEAM by MOUNTAIN TOP EXPERIENCE.

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$100.00

(Murphy, 2015)   45”  EMRE  7” Dormant  Diploid

A clear pink and lavender blend cascade Unusual Form, with a very large green and yellow throat. Cream midribs,  narrow ruffled cream edge, and creped tepal surfaces. It has 4-way branching and 30 buds, coupled with reliable rebloom here, making it bloom - yes you guessed it - ALMOST FOREVER.  Sibling to AMBITION, with a much different color and look, but similar in the rebloom characteristic here in no-rebloom land.  Appears to be hard dormant this year. Fertile both ways.   Out of SORAYA SELINE by HELGA BJORNERUD BURKEY.

 
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  AMAZING ROCKETS RED GLARE
$20.00

(Bushong, 2009)  44"  M  8.5"  dormant tetraploid, fragrant, spider and unusual form cascade.  Dark red above a lemon yellow throat.  Huge and showy in the mid, ml, and late garden.  Out of Rocket Jumper x Web Browser.

Blooms until the late season here. After 5 years of impressive performance, I can strongly suggest this one!

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$45.00

Murphy 2011 45”  EMRE 7.5” SEV Diploid Twisted Crispate Unusual Form

Aptly named for its absolute vigor and re-bloom here, this buff yellow with lavender red eye and green throat seems to always be in bloom. The petals and sepals twist and sometimes pinch, and it is very fragrant. It has two branches, terminal Y, and 26 buds, with moderate bud building. Out of SORAYA SELINE by HELGA BJORNERUD BURKEY. Pollen Fertile Pod Possible.

 

Special price- it grows well!

  AMBROSIA ROWS
$20.00

(Lamb, 2006)  26"  M Re  6.75"  semi-evergreen diploid, fragrant.  99% double.  30 buds, 4 branches.

A spectacular amber-rose blend with darker feathered eye above yellow-gold to olive green throat.

This huge, hardy, hose-in-hose( 100% layered) double is a real winner.

  AMETHYST ART
$15.00
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Kropf '88 18" EM 5" Dormant Diploid Double Lavender Self, green throat layered double.

Part of Kropf Layered Double Collection

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$40.00

 

(Reed, 2010) 40” M 6”  dormant diploid. Ext.  2 branches, 16 buds.

Deep grape purple curling cascade.  Green throat and light midribs. Very curling and ruffled, this is a Cascade uf but also measures as a true spider. Pod and  pollen fertile.  Sunfast, delicate scapes. (Planet Max  x Brer Rabbit’s Baby).

 

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$10.00
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Murphy, '01 - 42" EM 9" semi.dip. Huge yellow spider with tiny green heart, faint red watermark.

  ANTHRAZOID CULTURE
$23.50

(Clement, 2009) 46"  EM  8"  dormant diploid, unusual form crispate.  15 buds, 3 branches.  Huge orange with red eye above a yellow-green throat. Out of the incomparable parents,  Stack the Deck x Dream Catcher. We have been impressed with this very vigorous, showy one from Bret.

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$12.00

Dale Thomas, 1994.   30"  MLaRe   4.5"  dormant tetraploid.  Scarlet Red with darker red eyezone above lemon to chartreuse green throat.  Burning hot glowing color in the late garden.  Vigorous.

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$40.00

(Reed, 2010)  32”  EM  6”  dormant, diploid

Richest rose pink, with a green throat, this bloom presents itself nicely.  On the hottest days, it becomes a lighter rose pink, but holds up perfectly.  Its strength is the scape, which is usually 3 or 4-way branched and holds the blooms apart.  A beautiful Blue Ridge rose with lots of ruffles.  Pod and pollen fertile.

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Reed, 2007 - 38" EM 7" dor. Dip. Crispate UF Apricot gold consistently pinched, fertile.

  ASIATIC PHEASANT
$8.00
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Knower, '73 - 22" M 6" dor.dip. UF Crinkly edge, gold yellow with lighter edge, late

Image of AS YOU WISH AS YOU WISH
$15.00

Murphy, '05 - 40" Mla 8.5" dor.dip. UF smooth golden orange self, 20% poly, 20%double, 60% single UF. A good breeder for poly UF's, and fertile both ways.

Pinched Crispate Unusual Form. This smooth colored golden orange self has many different forms. Why? About 20% of the blooms are polytepal, 20% double, and 60% single, yielding the name. Although registered as having 15 buds, it blooms a very long time, with good scape production, and reliable instant rebloom. The rebloom scapes to have a higher percentage of poly and double blooms.

Parentage: LOIS BURNS X EASY NED

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$60.00

 

(Murphy 2012)   59" Late 9"  Dormant  Diploid  Cascade  UF

I thought about naming this one "stately", because it is very tall, and every bloom is perfect. The cherry red blooms are somewhat wide for a cascade, and reflexed, and have a striking cream midrib. The tepals are ruffled and creped, and have a green throat. A bud builder, with a long bloom season, strong scapes, and promiscuously fertile. Two branches and 20 buds.  Sunfast at 97F, wide open at 9pm. Out of (AFTER AWHILE CROCODILE) X ( EGGPLANT ESCAPADE x EGGPLANT ECSTASY)

 

 

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$120.00
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( Murphy 2014) 42” L 7” Dormant Diploid UF- Cascade

This seems to be my most looked at of the 2014 intros: It is very light cream color, fading to white with heat, creped and ruffled on tall scapes with tremendous branching and budcount. Even the pistil and stamens are white. It is completely sun-fast and even looks good after dark, showing white in the dusk at 9pm. Out of (MARGO REED INDEED x NORTH WIND DANCER) x THANK YOU DAD. It has 5 branches and 29 buds. Has been known to have 5 blooms open on one branched scape. Pod difficult, Pollen Fertile, excellent parent

Double Fans

 
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