Rockall
Clasificación:
3 W-R[ Narcisos de Copa Pequeña ]
Temporada:
Mid-Season to Late
Altura:
Standard - 32.5 to 67.5 cm
Registrado:
Yes, 1955
Clase Especial:
ADS Classics
Fertilidad:
de Semilla y Polen
Se utilizó como un padre o madre:
24 veces como semillas, 44 veces como el polen
Comentarios

Fl. 112 mm wide; perianth segments very broadly ovate, blunt, slightly mucronate, pure white, spreading, plane or a little concave, smooth and of heavy substance, regular, overlapping 1/3 to 1/2; inner segments more narrowly ovate, a little inflexed, shouldered at base; corona shallow bowl-shaped, heavily ribbed, orange-red, with mouth split in places and overlapping, loosely frilled.

Origen del Nombre

Named after a tiny island 300 miles from Scotland and 290 miles from Ireland that is really more of a rock. Rochall is 65 feet tall, 100 feet long, and 83 feet wide. Using Turnberry Scotland as their airstrip, Rockall was used as a practice bombing target for pilots for Allied forces during WW II.