Kimberly McCutcheon 04-009 TeT ( Thais x Don Crane) ( Malaysian Monarch X (Tet Barbara Mitchell )( Tet Starmans Quest) 33” Dor. 5.75” 3 way branching 15-18 buds
Blushing Leopard spots are readily seen in the morning, but unfortunately like a true leopard if not in the shade of a tree the spots will fade away. Petals are maroon-purple with darker maroon-purple spots and eye zone. Petals also have a white edge. As a hybridizing parent, Blushing Leopard passes on its spots.
Fertile both ways