W - Y
Standard - 32.5 to 67.5 cm (12.8 to 26.6 in)
The Brodie of Brodie
pre 1911, registered with the RHS
5 times as seed, 1 times as pollen
Perianth segments pure white; corona pale lemon yellow, frilled. Somewhat resembles 'J.B.M.Camm'.
A description according to Cartwright and Goodwin 1914 catalog: “This is one of the most perfectly formed trumpet varieties that we have yet introduced. The whole flower is 3 ¾ in. across, with creamy white perianth segments, overlapping and pointed. Trumpet 1 5/8 in. deep, 1 ½ in. broad, of pale primrose, elegantly imbricated and crimped. Plant of upright habit with good stiff stems. Always seeds. Midseason.”
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