Paul Cook, R&I 1943
Available - not endangered
TB 39″ M R7L
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1948: “An orchid pink self, the segments very broad and of bright clear tones. The white beard, tinted lemon at the base, tends to emphasize the solid pink effect. One of the most sought after varieties and stock is very scarce. We have a few plants only.”
Sister seedling Harriet Thoreau. HM 1944, AM 1948.
NOTE: Dreamcastle has been passed around as Pink Clover for a number of years. Please check out the real Pink Clover here. Note that Dreamcastle is orchid and Pink Clover is pink. Also the beard on Dreamcastle is white and Pink Clover has a pink one.