Narrow Path
*Narrow Path

*NARROW PATH (Stamile,P.) TET 614 {[(sdlg. x Tetra Cerulean Star) x Velvet Ribbons] X [(Aerial Display x Volusian Spider) x Tetra Marked By Lydia]} 36” EERe. emo. SEv. 11.5” x 1.625” x .875”. 6-way branching (4 laterals plus terminal “y”) 35-40 buds. Spider. Spider ratio 4.0:1.

            NARROW PATH is one of the earliest flowers to bloom in the garden. A stunning purple with a black chevron eye and citron green throat. NARROW PATH is noteworthy for double scaping – i.e. sending up an immediate rebloom scape from the same fan.

            Blooming in late March and early April, NARROW PATH welcomes the beginning of the season. While it is often cool at this time NARROW PATH opens easily.

            The foliage habit here in the garden is semi-evergreen but I suspect this one will go dormant in the far North. I am also hoping it will give the long bloom season in the North as it is here in the South.

            Very pretty and very important. Fertile both ways.