Comments by IAgrl
2018 (Keast, Tom & Mary 2018) Starched Petticoats is a lavender purple with a yellow/gold cristate throat. Each bloom is heavily ruffled with a two-tone cream and gold edge. The sculpted cristate center is very consistent in our garden.
The overall substance for the blooms is very good, but the sculpted material in the center is quite firm to the touch. If you like something different or rather unusual this is it. Have not bloomed any crosses with this as a parent yet but it is fertile both ways.