Dip. ht 30″ Dia 7″, br 2 bc 12, Mid, Diurnal, semi
White self with Granny Smith apple green throat. Sepals and petals occasionally blushed pink.
(Gadsden Icicle x Forsyth Flaming Snow) x Forsyth Garrett Mason x Peacock Maiden))
White self with apple green throat. Sepals and petals occasionally blushed pink.
Cynthiaís Grace was named for Deb’s beloved cousin, taken from us by cancer far too young. It is a truly sublime white with beautiful ruffling (most likely from Siloam Ralph Henry by way of Forsyth Garrett Mason). It is at its best when displaying its subtle edge blush on the sepals, or at times on both sepals and petals (likely from both FGM and Forsyth Flaming Snow). The green throat no doubt comes from Wyattís Cameo (via Slug Buster). Spring foliage is lovely.
This bloom is the result of combining Wyatt Lefeverís whites and edged-no-eye line with Joyce Reinkeís whites (which are predominantly out of Franks Childsí whites). Peacock Maiden often shows an open form with a white throat, and this helps CG display its Granny Smith apple green throat. Junior Citation Winner $75 dbl