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■(LA) 'Old South Ball'

1990, Haymon

'Old South Ball' (Dorman Haymon, R. 1989). Seedling 46-85-1. LA, 36" (91 cm), Early to midseason bloom. Standards Heavily ruffled and pleated medium lavender fading to pale lavender, 1/4" white halo around edge, gold steeple signal changing to white spray; slight fragrance. ('Clara Goula' x 'Charlie's Angel') X 'Easter Tide'. Deep South Garden 1990.

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From AIS Bulletin #277 April 1990 Introducing. OLD SOUTH BALL-Very pretty medium lavender with lots of ruffles and pleats, with a 1/4" white halo on all parts of flower. Style arms are cream with extra long ruffled claws. 7-1/2" blossoms which are flared to recurved. Stalks are 36" tall. ((Clara Goula x Charlie's Angel) X Easter Tide). $30.00. Deep South Garden.

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