(Reed, 2007) 36” M 6.5” dormant diploid Unusual Form-Cascade
I was so excited when this bloomed that I registered it immediately. I was sure it would be an introduction. After a couple of years of letting it multiply, it is ready! The bloom is a pale-lavender, almost translucent, white. The throat is cream. It presents as a very curly cascade, on 4- and 5-way branched scapes. I have seen as many as 6 blooms open on one scape. It is different from so many flat whites, in that it looks carved out of ice. Pod and pollen fertile. One of my best. Just a few available.
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