Given on the recommendation of Committees to plants of outstanding excellence for garden decoration or use (whether for open garden or under glass). The award is only given following a period of assessment. Assessment can take place in one or more of the following ways: 1) Trials at one of the Society’s Gardens or at some other venue; 2) Visits to specialist collections; 3) Round-table discussions drawing on the collective expertise and experience of Committee members, with the opportunity to call on further specialists when necessary.
Awarded by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1995. AGM 1995;
Fl. deep golden yellow; perianth segments broadly ovate, blunt, with slight white mucro, a little inflexed, smooth, slightly concave, overlapping one-third to a half; the inner segments a little narrower, square-shouldered at base, more strongly inflexed, with margins slightly wavy; corona cylindrical or somewhat funnel-shaped, loosely ribbed, with green at base, mouth straight and frilled. Sibling to ‘Golden Joy’.
Golden Jewel, 2 Y-GYY, Tom Bloomer, Norra Irland, 1973, Norra Irland
Foto: Lawrence Trevanion, AustralienGolden Jewel, 2 Y-GYY, Tom Bloomer, Norra Irland, 1973, Norra Irland
Foto: George Tarry, England