Frances ShaylorBack to Registry
Double type; very large; midseason. White, tinted yellow in collar, occasionally flushed with pink on opening and bearing a few petals flaked with green and edged with red; slight, pleasant fragrance. Dwarf; free flowering; good stems and foliage. Handsome, incurved, globular form on opening. The bright yellow glow comes from anthers borne on the sides of many petals. A very distinct gold and white flower of notable beauty. “Sometimes very beautiful on the show table, especially under electric light.”—Boyd.