This page contains a brief
assessment of the performance of the cultivars I grew during 2002.
Easy to grow yellow medium intermediate. Very consistent - lots of blooms to exhibition
Pure white intermediate, a bit loose for some tastes but a favourite with me. No problems
to speak of.
A pure white, hard petalled medium incurved. The best there is for consistency and ease of
growing - good exhibition blooms too. Continues to prove it's value as an
Good purple medium intermediate. Good size and very consistent for show purposes.
One of the best medium reflexed cultivar I have grown - outstanding.
A bit smaller than the parent but worth it's place in the garden for sure.
A good pink sport from John Wingfield. The pick of the Wingfield family with
me this year.
Peach John Wingfield
Good colour but slightly smaller than the rest of the
family. Similar to pink when it comes to dressing.
A good October classified reflexed that can be grown for September shows. A big pink
flower that needs little or no dressing for the showbench. Performed
exceptionally well with me this year.
A light yellow medium intermediate, performed better with me this year. One
of the most popular medium intermediates around at the moment.
October classified medium bronze intermediate. Good size blooms
and good open intermediate form.
October classified medium yellow incurved raised by Harry Lawson. Mixed bag
of plants from the supplier but one plant performed to expectations and
I'm looking forward to greater consistency from my own propagation in
2003. Good size blooms, hard crisp petal with no damping.
Large cream incurved with a good reputation here in Scotland. Not at it's
best in 2002 but still good enough to retain for next year.
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Last updated on 24 October, 2002