1928-B:45 Double. 8.9 Director’s Vote. Pink.
1928-B-d:121 Semi-double type; large; midseason. Several rows of fluffy, crepe-like petals of clear, light pink, serrated at tips toward the center; stamens very prominent; anthers golden yellow, with paler filaments; carpels green, pink at base, with striking crimson stigmas. A flat flower of clean, saucer-like form, rather recalling the shape of LA ROSIÈRE but not so double. Habit of plant not known.
1933-Sup:06 Double. 8.93 (Sym. 1933).
1935-B060:11 8.93. Lacti. Double. Midseason. Blush. A very large semi-double opening pale pink and fading white with a distinctive center of yellow stamen’s and purple-red carpels, borne on quite tall stems strong and upright, this makes one of the most beautiful flowers of its class. Very dependable and free.
1962-W:081 Semi-double. Pale pink petals, white stamens in circle formation, green pistils with red tops, a three color effect. 37″ stems are slender, but quite strong, carrying the heavy blooms eight inches above the well dressed, round bush. Inexpensive but scarce.
1976-K:063 (Shaylor, 1919) – Semi-Double – Light Pink – Midseason. Several rows of fluffy crepe-like petals of clear, light pink, serrated at tips toward the center; stamens very prominent; anthers golden yellow, with paler filiaments; carpels green, pink at base, with striking crimson stigmas. Fades to white. M.