|* ‘Romantic Moonbeams’
(JP-05-13) Sev., Fr., M., 30 in. sc.; 5.75 - 6 in.,
fl.; The color of this bi-tone flower is very hard to describe as it is
a peachy-orange with a burnt-almond overcast. The deep, dark
green throat is accented by a purple chevron shaped eyezone. It
finishes with a double edge of purple and gold with a hint of
lavender-blue that is heavily ruffled near the tip of the petals where
the edge can be a full half-inch in width. The picotee is surrounded by
quarter-inch tightly ruffled gold edges.
Fertile both ways. ('Douglas Lycette' X 'Mrs. John Cooper') X [('Oriental Opulence' x 'Clothed in Glory') x Tony Thompson].