Seedling No. PP-05-04. First bloomed 2005, first propagated 2010. Parentage: ‘Maironis’ (O. Skeivienė, 1964) x ‘Garbe Motinai’ (O. Skeivienė, 1958). Midseason bloom period. Flowers SINGLE, 7 inches (18 cm) in size, average 3 per stem. Two rows of guard petals, soft purplish-pink, fading lighter towards the edges (RHS:73-C). Flares, not immediately obvious, consist of slightly darker pigment (RHS:N74B) emphasized with a darker edge. Guard petals are rounded but but may be notched. Average of 3 moderately hairy, yellowish-green carpels. Stigmas are very pale purplish (RHS:73-D) and fertile. Pollen bearing stamens have vivid yellow filaments at the base, lighter yellowish-green towards the tips. Pleasant fragrance. Foliage emerges deep purplish red (RHS:61-A), matures to green. Upright growth to 39 inches (100 cm) but benefits from support when in flower.


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