Tokoroa, New Zealand; Te AwamutuGraeme and Faith Miller, North Island, New Zealand
Fls 3-8 per stem, forming a double triangle, 31mm wide; perianth segments 13mm long, ovate, blunt, vivid yellow, spreading, concave, smooth and of heavy substance, overlapping one-third; the inner segments narrower; corona 5mm long, bowl-shaped, smooth, yellow-orange, mouth straight and even, with rim entire. Sweetly scented.
Part of the Miller’s “Pirongia Series”. Pirongia is the name of the nearest town where the Millers live. It is also the name of a nearby mountain.