TB 36″ M W4
From Treholme Gardens catalog for 1928 [Listed as ‘Moonlit, formerly named Moonlight’]*: “S. nicely arched and broad, pale amber-yellow; F. straight hanging, smoky sulphur-yellow, with heavy greenish-gold reticulations at the haft; broad, attractive lemon-yellow beard; sweetly scented. Very large flower of fine form, lasting over a long period, carried on stout well branched stems. A unique variety, highly recommended.”
From Robert Wayman’s catalog for 1939: “36” Early, very fragrant. A gigantic silvery white flower, with a beautifully veined green-gold throat and a striking yellow beard. One of the largest whites and entirely different form others in tone, form and marking. A real beauty”.
Note: *Registered and listed in the 1929 & 1939 CL as ‘Moonlight’. ‘Moonlit’ is recorded under synonyms/mistakes in spelling.