If you ever had the opportunity to visit the Canadian west you will see some amazing colors over the mountains. My friend Leigh Benz asked me to name this beautiful flower after her so that she can remember the beautiful rays of sunshine. 5 3/4", 28", Dor, Mid. Tet. Peachy orange double with slightly darker halo moving into a bright yellow to green throat. Large ruffled edges.
All hybridizers have somehow misplaced a keeper seedling, thinking I had lost this guy it showed up and I was thrilled. 4", 24", Double, Sev, Dip, Bold yellow with a maroon eye that protrudes out to the end of the stamens, yellow to green throat.
4-way branching, 22 buds. Unusual.