46 – 55 Days. A lovely and early flowering variety on a 3.5’ to 4.5 foot branched plant. While flowers won’t last long when cut, the stems are strong and the flowers a pretty dusty dark rose and cream color.
Full Sun is used for cut flowers in cooler weather in the South, where it matures predictably with low light. Pollenless. When grown in the winter, stems are shorter but always long enough for a perfect, pollenless flower.
Goldy Double produces fully double “powder puff” flowers on “spray” type branched stems. It makes some of the nicest cut flowers of any branched variety in that the stems are long, strong, and straight. The medium-tall plant is topped with an explosive jolt of gold in full bloom. Nearly pollenless flower start blooming with a greenish center.
Early blooming and stunning with medium-large heads held upright on sturdy single stems. Golden Yellow with a yellow center. Pollenless flowers have great shelf life, and bloom a long time in the field. 60-70 Days.