All the people are waiting for Angel Face, She said she'd meet them down at their favorite place. Dressed in yellow satin, white linen and lace, She stood so high with a smile on her face.
A flower so sought after that we can't keep it in house. Large perfect all white large cup, Ashton Wold has a place in the landscape and on the bench.
Charlie is a large and muscular two-toned trumpet, kind of singular in the world of daffodil brass. With a bit of training and man-scaping, Charlie Conner will perform well in the competition ring.
A millennial, well read, well bred and well fed reverse bi-color trumpet, but with a ring of lemon curd around the snout.
All white trumpet with blunt ovate petals and a funnel shaped cup.
Jimmy is a dandy, double triangle yellow perianth and long cylindrical orange trumpet of a corona. Just when you think pocket squares and tie clips have gone out of style. Just a handful to offer.
A fairly recent and perhaps improved green-yellow-red small cup, Mersing has three and half inch flowers, a hot and spicy frilled rim and should show well.
Quiet Waters is a 30 year old, English bred, lovely all-white trumpet possessed of calm and poise. Oversized rounded and flattened perianth with a crisp cylindrical corona
Hooray for Stann Creek ! He lives up to his youthful promise and then some. Stately in the early bed with plenty of color and architectural detail for closer inspection. Yellow and white trumpet that is only 20 years old with cheeky brawn.
By our reading of the classification we are not sure that Whisky Mac is full-fledged a reverse bi-color. But a spirit still sought after for form and color on the bench.
Wild is correct , Wild Honey often is an exemplary reverse bi-bolor, or not. Not classified as such.