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Sea Shell
A lactiflora by Sass(?) in 1937. A tall plant easily reaching 1m and needing some staking. The flowers are delicately exquisite and the plant well merits its place in my garden. However, there are two plants of this name in cultivation, one from Kelways it would seem. I suspect that my plant is the British version because images of the American plant on Burkhardt’s web-site shows a much deeper pink; less attractive in my opinion. Plant Source: Choice Plants