Anne H Tripp

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A medium sized semi-double with white tube and sepals.    The sepals are tipped green and arch away from the white corolla. which has a tendency to flare.     The pedicel of this cultivar is very strong and is able to hold the flowers horizontal to the stem.   It never requires dressing for show, each flower remains in position.      It is genetically perfect and makes a perfect show plant if grown carefully.    It requires a long final stop, eleven weeks.    The first premature buds should be removed until bud size over the whole plant are within 5mm of each other.  The foliage is mid green with a bright yellow apical  meristem (growing tip)   This cultivar has probably taken more top awards at National and Society level than any other cultivar.   Continues to be in great demand.  It needs to be stopped very early at every two pair of leaves.  It is naturally late flowered.    A challenge for the expert.     Upright.  Named after my lovely daughter-in-law who has given me four beautiful grandchildren. 

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