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■ (Spx) 'Crème Brulee'

2012 Alan McMurtrie

'Crème Brulée' (96-MN) vicarica 'Good Form' x bucharica forma. If you've ever had Creme Brulee you will find this Juno tantalizing. It's creamy white like the desert's custard. The yellow-green fall blotch is like a lightly brulee'd version of the desert's sugared topping. The standards are recurved with points like spear tips, and its style arm ribs are dusted pale yellow. Introduced by Ruksans 2011.

Note: Not to be confused with the TB 'Creme Brulee'.

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