(Rice, J & A 2011)
6” flowers x 28” tall, mid season, 2-3 branches, dormant, tetraploid.
A clear light to medium yellow with a very elaborate edge. It has teeth and tendrils jutting out like shards of glass. Pod and pollen fertile, but not easy. Admired by all who have seen it the last few seasons. From Bass Gibson breeding.
These are some of our introductions which compliment Shattered Glass in the garden.