I have loads of respect for this dependable Pannill “pink”. Its petals are as white as white can be. The lightly flared long cup first opens a very soft yellow, and for us does take a bit of time before the rosy tones develop. But with this flower you have time; its incredible waxy substance keeps it looking good for a long while whether cut or left to stand in the garden. A strong grower that produces heavy dense bulbs. Named in 1996.
$10 each, 3/$25