Quasar Caught Dining

Quasar Caught Dining

Quasar Caught Dining

'Quasar Caught Dining' resulted from a cross of my 2011 introduction 'Red-edged Sunrise' as the pod parent and 'Magnify The Lord' as the pollen parent. The intensity of the red is greater in 'Quasar Caught Dining' than in its parent and it also has a wider red edge which I believe comes from the pollen parent. The flower is very sunfast and has very little difficulty opening. The plant itself has been very hardy and fairly vigorous. Although it is not a particularly tall plant, it would make a standout plant near the front of a garden. The flower is a golden yellow with a bright red eye and thick red edge on the crimped petals. Although I have not listed it as a rebloomer, it has had some rebloom on it. The saturated colours fade very little in hot weather, giving a bright stand-out flower in the garden. 'Quasar Caught Dining' is named with reference to the discovery that quasars most likely fuel their brightness by eating up gas from other sources, probably neighbouring galaxies. Scapes have 3= way branching with an average of 14 buds per scape. $30 DF (Double fan)

List price: $30.00
Price: $30.00


  • Banks


  • 2018


  • 26 inches


  • M


  • Tetraploid


  • Dormant (deciduous)

Flower Form: 

  • Single

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