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Tahiti Sunrise - Item #686

Your Price: Order on August 1st for Spring 2016 Delivery
TAHITI SUNRISE (BBC) Introduced in 1976. An early and prolific blooming variety. The 5" blooms are yellow tipped rose red. Good wiry stems on 2 1/2' bush. Early bloomer. Recommended as a cut flower. Should do well in exhibition.
This product ships in the Spring.
Item Number: 686

Product Reviews

(3 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
consistent and easy to grow
Virginia A (Chicago, IL) 5/4/2014 2:23 PM
I've grown these in the garden and in pots and they always do well. For me the petal tips are not at all the hot pink of the picture, but a nice soft purple.
It glows!
Jill S. (Franklin, TN) 7/19/2013 7:58 AM
I was skeptical at first but I'm glad we grew it! Can see it from way down the street. Get 2 so you leave at least a few in the garden- you'll want to bring it inside in a vase! Goes nicely with Matilda Huston. Bloomed for us July 15.