(PPAF, Var: WEKstohoco) This graceful beauty is a delectable treat for the eyes. Reminescent of a creamsicle treat, long, pointed buds spiral open to reveal creamy white blooms blushed with tropical tones of coral-orange. The upright, bushy plants hold the long-lasting clusters of double blooms high, for all to see, in a continuous display of color and flower power. Her 'wrapper' of deep green is endowed with good disease resistance ensuring it stays clean and attractive all season long. Cool temperatures bring out the best color. Named to honor author, activist and human rights leader, the late Mrs. Coretta Scott King who valiantly carried on the work of her husband Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. August 28, 2013 will mark the 50th Anniversary of Dr. King's 'I Have A Dream' speech. Flower Size: 4". Fragrance: Moderate tea and spice. Hybridizer: Bedard, 2014.
Light: Height: 3' to 5' Fragrant? No Planting Season: Spring State Restrictions: AK;HI