Y - Y
Early to Mid-Season
Tall - greater than 67.5 cm (26.6 in)
pre 1576, registered with the RHS
(N. hispanicus x unknown )
Both Seed and Pollen fertile
14 times as seed, 3 times as pollen
Fl. 90 mm wide; perianth segments ovate, rich yellow, with streak of green along the midrib beneath, somewhat inflexed, twisted, margins recurved, overlapping at base only; cup is funnel-shaped, smooth, darker in tone than the perianth, with mouth expanded and ribbed, rim widely flanged and deeply notched. Parent note: considered to be a variant of N. hispanicus; 'Hales' Vase of Beaten Gold' and 'Maximus Laetevirens' are thought to be variants of this cultivar.
'College Garden Maximus', 'Grandiflorus', 'Maximus Superbus Longivirens', 'TCD Maximus', 'Trinity College (Dublin) Maximus', 'Trumpet Major', 'Trumpet Maximus'
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