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(TB) 'Cupid's Dart'

1953, Craig

'Cupid's Dart' (Tom Craig, R. 1953). TB, 45" (114 cm), Midseason and rebloom. Color Class-YOL, Opera-pink self, ibis-pink at haft cheeks; bittersweet beard. ('Mount Washington' x 'Flora Zenor') X ('Mount Washington' x 'Flora Zenor'). Craig 1953.

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From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1964: CUPID'S DART (Craig '53) ++M-45". A pinkish ivory self with orange tangerine beard. A giant twice-bloomer that flowers heavily in spring; starts again in Aug. & continues on into the fall. (Mt. Washington x Flora Zenor) X Sib. Regularly $2.00; on $10 order $1.50; on $25 order $1.25.

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