Double type; large; midseason. Pale flesh-white, darker on the guards, which are cupped at first and irregularly reflexed later; collar of shredded petals and stamens, later developing an irregular crown of long, crimson-striped petals surrounded by a belt of shorter ones heavily edged with crimson; moderately fragrant. Medium height; very floriferous; stems usually strong. Foliage good. A variety which seems to be gaining in favor, although its flowers are exceedingly unkempt with all petals except the guards deeply notched and irregularly placed.
Brand, O.F & A.M.