In 1995 this elegant beauty was featured in a Garden Design article
about a tiny new source devoted to heirloom bulbs, and suddenly we weren’t so tiny anymore. Well-described in the 1931 Scheepers catalog as “rose-pink with topaz lights and hints of fuchsia shadowing,” it was lost to us in 2002 when the last Dutch farmer quit growing it, but thanks to the Hortus
we’re once again able to offer it to you. Single Late/Darwin, 18-22”, zones 4a-7b(8bWC).
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