$25.00 Double Fan
(Reed, 2013) 28" La 6" dormant, diploid, fragrant! Unusual form crispate.
To add calm beauty to the late season garden, this one has it all! Early in the morning it is trumpet shaped, looking like an Easter Lily, with purple stripes on the reverse of the sepals. Later in the morning it opens flat, with a soft cream-white face. It is a reverse bitone, with lavender on the sepals. Edged and stippled in lavender. It has sturdy scapes with four-way branching, and a bud count of 22. It makes a neat mound of blooms for a long time in late July and August. Bloomed until August 31 in 2012. Out of Lola Branham. Pod and pollen fertile.