Seedling number 3054. Parentage record lost. First year bloomed 2013, first propagated 2013. Late mid-season blooming BOMB form flowers are a rich lilac-purple (RHS 70B-C) with petallodes increasingly paler toward collar, especially on lesser-sized blossoms. Full-sized flowers are 15-18cm (6-7”) in diameter. Flower presentation is upward, with three to four flowers per stem. Fragrance noted. 5cm (2”) wide guard petals are flat and rounded, with varying degrees of notching on edges. Carpels are rare, however when present they are green in color with a red-purple infusion and red-purple stigmas that occasionally appear feathered. Will produce seed. No stamens. Provides a bold presence on a luxurious low-medium height plant. Emerging shoots are a deep purple, gradually turning dark green as shoots mature. Generally sturdy, erect stems spread somewhat due to luxurious foliage habit. Will bend in very rough weather, and thus, need for mechanical support is dependent upon planting site exposure. Well-growing, and makes a desirable plant for viewed landscapes.