Seedling #NB28. Parentage: ‘Sedona’ x Seidl #141. First bloomed 2007, first propagated 2013. Advanced generation lutea hybrid. One flower per stem, seldom a side-bud. Flower size to 7 inches (18 cm). Large SEMI-DOUBLE of cream heavily blushed in coral-pink. Coral color is more prominent in center of the flower with outer petals more cream. Petals notched, ruffled and crimped. Dark maroon flares on inner-most petals. Typically 5 carpels. Coral-pink stigmas, red sheath and filaments. Fertile both ways. Flowers present around and on top of bush. Foliage wide and dark green. Plants are rounded and foliated to the ground, stems not easily visible. Plants attain 3.5 feet in Wisconsin (104 cm). Any winter stem kill is replaced by vigorous basal shoots. Better than average amount of bloom for a lutea hybrid. Outstanding. We named this Coral Nebula as it conjures visions of a coral space scape.