*ICICLES (Pierce, G.)
TET 8299 (Emerald Bay
x Apple Spring) 40” DORMANT.
fr. 6” flower 5-way branching 35 buds.
Light icy-pink lavender petals with a cream chartreuse edge producing
teeth and tentacles. The tall thick
scapes are wonderfully proportioned. ‘ICICLES’ is easily pod fertile and when taken to other toothy
flowers, produces strong toothy offspring.
There is a cool watermark that matches the edge with a green throat. Originally, I thought ‘ICICLES’ was from ‘FRINGY’ due to the fringy edge, however, when I realized
that it wasn’t, I immediately took her to ‘FRINGY’ this year and produced more
seed than I could ever plant. I am
excited to see the offspring this next spring!
Easily Fertile both ways.