Hecate. 2024. Bremer. Advanced Generation Lutea Hybrid. Parentage: (Seidl #15 x Rosalind Elsie Franklin). Seedling number: NB10. Large single flowers with 3 rows of petals (some would consider this a semi-double) are a clear lavender color over cream base. Flowers fade to reveal the cream colored base with lavender highlights and picotee. Dark maroon filaments, coral-lavender sheath and pink stigmas. Petals are large and rounded with ruffling and crimping. Long stems are suitable for cutting. The large plants have outstanding large well formed dark foliage and making this cultivar a good choice for the landscape. Striking and easy to grow. Hecate was a Greek goddess who was recognized as the goddess of the moon, the night, dogs, sorcery, and ghosts. She was worshipped in ancient Athens as a guardian of households. The name is fitting for this strong growing and beautiful cultivar. Ships in late September to mid October. AGE: Field grown, 4+ year old graft or division from larger plants – our choice of available plant material upon harvest.