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(TB) 'Treasure Map'

1974, Zurbrigg

'Treasure Map' (Lloyd Zurbrigg, R. 1973). Seedling# 68-29A. TB, 37" (94 cm). Early to late bloom. Standards light yellow with chartreuse cast; falls same with plicata markings on haft; yellow beard. 'Illini Gold' X 'Da Capo'. Avonbank 1974.

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From AIS Bulletin #213 April 1974 Introducing TREASURE MAP-Lovely, wide chartreuse-yellow self. Excellent form, branching, substance. Stem 36". Outstandingly clean and clear as a map should be. Best of many seedlings from (Illini Gold X Da Capo). Not remontant, but rock-hardy and quite fertile, pointing the way to super yellow and chartreuse rebloomers, and yellow-ground plicatas. Sdlg. 68-29A-Wide. $20.00.

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