The name says it all. Bowl of Cream is an explosion of creamy vanilla white petals that hide yellow stamens that unfurl as the flower develops. An award winner developed by Carl Klehm, Bowl of Cream makes an excellent cut flower for wedding bouquets or your garden, where its strong stems and flowers can withstand wind and rain.
Pair this late-blooming white variety with mid-blooming Duchesse de Nemours to provide weeks of endless white blooms or late-blooming Nick Shaylor for a romantic white and blush pink look.
|Klehm, 1963||Lactiflora||Double||Late||White||3 ft||Yes|