Maid Of The Meadows tet
*MAID OF THE MEADOWS (Mason, M. 2005) Ev 32" M 7"
Maid Of The Meadows
Named for the last remaining wooden lighthouse on the Hudson River, MAID OF THE MEADOWS is a beacon in the perennial garden. The wide cream watermark and bright rose petals make this large flower a standout, and the good gold edge only adds to the presentation. This is only the second evergreen I've introduced, but is every bit equal in performance to the dormants. Four-way branching and 20-25 buds. MAID OF THE MEADOWS may rebloom in warmer areas. Pod and pollen fertile. (Tropical Triumph x Time Warp)

Note: Proceeds from sales of the MAID will go to help the restoration of Esopus Lighthouse. Visit their web-site.