TB ML W1
From Treholme Gardens catalog for 1928: “S. well arched and frilled, absolutely pure white, purple markings at base only. F. straight-hanging, white, with faint plum-red markings; yellow beard. Semi-branching stout stems, many flowers of good firm substance open at the same time. A very striking flower with a tendency to be bunched on the stem though not crowded. Not as large, tall or well branched as Micheline Charraire but equal in form and substance.”
(Jacquesiana X Phyllis), AM RHS 1927.
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