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GNASHING OF TEETH (Emmerich 2011) 1Fan

GNASHING OF TEETH
(Emmerich 2011)
TET 35502 {[(Lifting Me Higher x Fortune's Dearest) x (Forbidden Desires x Tet. Lavender Blue Baby)] x [(Fortune's Dearest x Lifting Me Higher) x Doyle Pierce]}, 29" (24" in rough winters or until established in zone 4, and on rebloom), M (to late-mid), Ev, fr, reliable MN instant rebloom, 6-1/2" (up to 7"), 3-way branching (shape of a W) with 18 buds (2-way with 12 buds at Springwood in zone 4 in years 1 and 2 after planting, higher thereafter and with more snow cover), good opener. Grape cranberry with pale lavender eye and edge plus pale ivory to white teeth; yellow to green throat. AMAZING parent for large, very sharky, introduction quality kids in all color ranges and forms (see MY UTMOST FOR HIS HIGHEST and future intro 22305, and there will be many others once they have met their testing periods). Slower increaser (one fan will only go to two the next year). Sharky even when temps are in the high 60's to mid-70's, but will lose almost all of them in the 50's. Tested outside for 3 years at Springwood without mulch but in a somewhat more protected area of the garden with a bit more snow cover than other areas. Not the best garden plant at Springwood due to frequent spotting from very heavy dew, but it doesn't pass that on to most of the kids. Tested at Linda Agin's in Alabama and evaluated as outstanding as both a garden plant and a parent. Flawless in greenhouse settings. Super rust resistance. (Beautiful foliage this fall, while surrounding plants were full of rust spots. Note that all plants at Springwood are outside for the winter to kill off the rust. Seen here for the first time this year, and by even stricter quarantining I hope to never see these golden measles again). I won't be able to ship GNASHING OF TEETH until late May/early June, since it emerges very, very late in the spring - it seems to know not to come out of the ground until after frost danger has passed - please don't worry and go digging around and looking for it. Also, the fans may look small and somewhat tentative as they first come up, but they will be large once the season gets going. Fertile both ways - easy pollen and average to above average pod fertility (hits 50-70% of the time).

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