CANDY (Stamile,P.) TET 3143-D (Rock Solid x Zahadoom) 32” ERe. emo. fr.
Ev. 5 ½” x 3” x 2”. 7-way branching (5 laterals + terminal “Y”).
SHERRY CANDY, named for Sherry Chapman of West
Virginia, is not only one of the larger flowers of this magnificent
cross but also one of the most unusual color combinations to come out
as well. The carmine base color is punctuated with a plum purple eye
which shades into a mauve lavender zone. The outside edge of the flower
reverses the eye so you have a plum purple band on the inside with a
mauve lavender band on the outside of the dge. Excellent plant habits
and plant balance. A very fine daylily. Fertile both ways.