Scarlet O'Hara (closes up by noon)
This one is 3 inches tall. He grew in very acidic soil and full shade, and this is the result. :)
This image was scanned at 300 DPI with a penny for size reference.
The white spots are damaged parts where little drops of rain had fallen the previous night when the flower had not yet opened.
Scarlett O'Hara growing on a north facing balcony in zone 5b
Strain 67 from Ron C. (this is the historical SOH without a white throat)
Strain 67 backside of bloom
True color should be red rather than pink.
JMG 'Scarlett O'Hara mawnature
Scarlett O'Hara in all its intense redness!