In the spring, this variety is regularly seen on the show bench because most of the first crop of blooms comes singly. Larger than most Grandifloras, it is the most dependable of anything in the yellow shades. Deep gold brushed orange when it first opens, it lightens as the blossom matures. The foliage is large, deep green and heavily toothed as well as clean and disease-resistant. A very vigorous grower. Flower Size: 5-6". Fragrance: Mild fruit and spice. Hybridizer: Christensen, 1983.
Light: Height: 5' to 6' Fragrant? No Planting Season: Spring State Restrictions: AK;HI