D. Hall, 1945
Available - not endangered
TB E R4L
Soft pink self. From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1955: “Most famous of all the new Hall ‘flamingo-pinks’. A large, ruffled, full bodied pink self of excellent form and substance with a deep tangerine beard. The 34-inch stems are stout and well branched: growth vigorous and increase above average.”
HM 1947, AM 1949, Dykes Medal 1951.
Grand parent of ‘Mary Randall‘ (DM 1954).