■(MTB) 'Flirtin' Skirts'
, R. 2018). Seedling W218B. MTB, 24" (61 cm). Early to midseason bloom. Standards mid smoky lilac, narrow blended tan band, intermittent gilt gold edge; style arms mid cantaloupe; falls mid buff-peach haft and narrow edge, mid tan-brown veining beside beard and over haft, center ²⁄₃ mid maroon; beards orange; slight musky fragrance. Seedling T169D: (seedling Q47C, 'Devil’s Delight'
pod parent, x 'Teenybopper'
) X 'April Fanfare'
. Mid-America 2018. Honorable Mention 2021
; Award of Merit 2023
| Awaiting original catalog description
| FLIRTIN’ SKIRTS (Black ‘18) MTB Early-Midseason 24” (61cm) A new era of brightly colored, wider and more ruffled tetraploid MTBs is emerging from mixed chromosome breeding. This parentage includes SDBs, IBs, tet MTBs, BBs and TBs. The SDB pollen parent, ‘April Fanfare’, can have 2 branches and 6 buds which helps make it an excellent tet MTB parent. This bright bicolor has unique peach styles and the pattern is pumila spot plicata. ‘FLIRTIN’ SKIRTS’ will make a memorable clump. Can be used in breeding in all median classes and TBs. I’m using it to hopefully produce pumila spot plics in TBs. Sdlg. W218B: (Black Q47C, Devil’s Delight pod parent x Teenybopper) X April Fanfare
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