Grandmother’s Symphony

Bremer, Seidl

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Grandmother’s Symphony.  Seidl.  Advanced generation lutea hybrid.  The large flowers are a blend of rose and cream, in cooler weather the blooms are quite pink upon initial opening.  Bright pink stigmas, red sheath and filaments.  Single to semi-double blooms with notched petals.  Blooms sparingly, but is gorgeous. Produces varying stem lengths during bloom season.  New basal growth is long and often carries a single large bloom, while older wood can carry one terminal bloom with 2 side buds.   Large terminal stems are often winter killed, perhaps making this plant better for warmer zones than ours.  Foliage is wide, healthy and deep green.  Plants typically grow to 3 feet in Wisconsin, perhaps greater size in less demanding climates.  The subtle coloration is a blend reminiscent of decorative schemes found in a refined grandmother’s home (soft, pleasing and relaxing).  Fertile both ways, seed is more difficult.  Extremely popular with garden visitors, both at Solaris Farms and in the Seidl garden.  Parentage:  (#11 x Autumn Harvest).   Ships in late September to mid October.

Color: Blends-Patterns, Lavender-Pink-Coral
SPECIALTY: Fertile, Rare