*Lacy All Over
ALL OVER (Stamile,P.) TET 516-C (sib to Alpine Ruffles X Alpine
Ruffles) 35” EMRe. Emo. Fr. Ev. 7” x 4” x 2 ½”. 7-way branching
(4 laterals plus terminal W). 45-50 buds.
This F2 cross may or may not be a cross of WHITE
MOUNTAIN x ALPINE RUFFLES. My records indicate only that it was a sib
cross. I knew ALPINE RUFFLES would throw ruffles but I had no idea that
crossing it with its siblings would bring out so many good qualities
like great branching, the early opening and especially the extensive
Because of its nocturnal blood LACY ALL OVER and its
sibs start to crack open the day before. This characteristic, I
believe, allows the flowers to open with only rarely hanging up despite
extraordinary lacy ruffling and occasional angel wings. This may be
important in getting fancy flowers that do not hang. A fine daylily.
Fertile both ways.