Orange Phoenix
Classification:
4 W-O[ Double ]
Season:
Spring
Hybridizer:
Unknown
Registered:
Yes, before 1731
Special Class:
ADS Historics
Used as parent:
1 time as pollen
Comments

Perianth and other petaloid segments in many whorls, white or creamy white; the outer whorls broadly ovate, blunt, spreading, not much overlapping; the inner whorls successively a little narrower but not much shorter, inflexed or strongly inflexed, with margins incurved or strongly incurved; corona segments one-quarter the length of the petaloid segments and interspersed among them, orange or pale orange, tightly frilled.

A description according to Daffodils, narcissus, and how to grow them as a hardy plants for cut… 1907 by Arthur Martin Kirby, “ Popularly known as ‘Eggs and Bacon’ and as N. incomparabilis albus aurantius plenus. Robust and free flowering. The large double flowers are composed of white petals with an orange coloured center.”

Synonyms:

'Albus Plenus Aurantius', 'Aurantius Flore Pleno', 'Eggs and Bacon', 'Fried Eggs', 'Incomparabilis 'Albus Plenus Aurantius'', 'Incomparabilis Plena', 'Niveo-aurantius'