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Japan / B.H. Farr
Japanese type; very large; midseason. Long, undulated guard-petals of pale blush-white, fading to pure white; center composed of whitish staminodes edged and suffused yellow at the tips; carpels pale green, with pink and yellow tips and a creamy base; slightly fragrant. Medium height; good growth; fairly floriferous; strong stems. Good foliage. A handsome variety which occasionally varies to anemone form by all staminodes changing to narrow, pure white petals. “Introduced by B. H, Farr.”—Fewkes.