Seedling F6-F. Parentage: ‘Northrepps’ x ‘Grand Massive.’ SEMI-DOUBLE to FULL DOUBLE flower form. Early midseason flowering. Medium to large (16 cm, 6½ inches) flowers with 6 cm (2½ inches) faintly pink, smoothly round guards veined mauve-silver, turning silvery cream-yellow under the sun. The pale green external guard-flares are mauve-pink at their base. The flower centre sports 7cm (2 inches) pale cream petalodes flared pink-mauve at base, and 3 cm (1½ inch) yellow stamens encircling 2 pale green carpels with dark red stigmas. The fairly upright 80 cm (32 inch) stems carry one flower only but need support. This variety is defined by the effects of color, form, and texture of its flowers, especially in the early phase of their manifestation.