Y - Y
Standard - 32.5 to 67.5 cm (12.8 to 26.6 in)
The Brodie of Brodie
pre 1930, registered with the RHS
Both Seed and Pollen fertile
21 times as seed, 17 times as pollen
Fl. 100 mm wide; perianth segments brilliant yellow, spreading, plane, smooth, overlapping half; corona slightly darker in tone than the perianth segments, with mouth expanded, rim flanged and serrate.
Most likely named for the county town Cromarty, located near Brodie Castle. Cromarty in derived from the Galeic 'crom' (crooked) and from 'bati' (bay), or from 'ard' (height), meaning either the 'crooked bay' or the 'bend between the heights'.
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