(Dessert, 1909) – Double – Flesh-White. Late Midseason. Tall. Mild fragrance. Very large. Long smooth petals of flesh-white, graduated symmetrically about a hollow, funnel-like center, with a few stamens in its depths, which reflect a yellow glow through its translucent texture. Splendid habit. Very floriferous. Stems occasionally floppy. Good foliage. Occasionally the guard petals are greenish near the base and sometimes are distinctly marked with green. The center is usually a trifle pinker than the rest of the flower, and always bears a few inconspicuous crimson marks.