Inverpolly
Classification:
2 W-W[ Large-Cupped ]
Season:
Late
Year of first flowering:
1961
Registered:
Yes, 1980
Fertility:
Seed fertile
Used as parent:
22 times as seed
Comments

Fl. 120 mm wide, greenish white; perianth segments broadly ovate, blunt, mucronate, spreading or very slightly inflexed, plane or a little concave, with margins sometimes incurling at apex, smooth, with midrib showing, overlapping half; the inner segments more narrowly ovate, acute, more strongly inflexed; corona narrow, straight-sided and only slightly expanding, lightly ribbed, opening buffy pink, soon becoming white, mouth straight and lightly frilled, with rim crenate.

Origin of Name

Part of Lea’s “Favorite Fishing Sites Series”. Named after one of John Lea’s favorite fishing sites in Scotland.