Gryphon Stanley Saxton

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Gryphon Stanley Saxton

Gryphon Stanley Saxton is Gil Stelter's first introduction using H. fulva maculata, which was brought from northwestern China to Florence in 1895. Gryphon Stanley Saxton has 46 inch scapes with 4-5 way branching and 25 buds. It is mid-season, dormant tetraploid with 7 inch flowers of orange red with red chevrons to orange with red chevrons, depending on the season. It is reported to be very fertile both ways. {(H. fulva maculata x ‘Wild Horses’) X ‘Orange Splash’}


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