These plants are not currently available for one of two reasons. Either they have been named and registered and are being held back for increase before introduction to commerce, or they have not yet been registered but will most likely be future introductions.
Sdlg 50-15 (sdlg x sdlg) 24″ E. – M. Dor 6.5″ 4 br 22 buds
This lovely patterned flower always has an interesting face. The flowers vary from day to day and scape to scape, but they always leave you with a smile because the patterns are so interesting. I am showing three photos of pattern variation produced by Goldilocks Galaxy:
It has excellent sun resistance and almost continuous rebloom. Stocky 24″ scapes provide strong support for these large heavy substanced flowers. This plant has not been shown to be pod fertile but the pollen is very easy to use. It has a moderate rust rating; it can get rust under heavy rust infestation conditions. However, the rust has little effect on the overall performance; so far, rust on this plant has only appeared late in the season in my garden (not uncommon on some cultivars). This flower was certainly one of our favorite garden performers this year; it was one of the earlier plants to bloom, yet was still blooming at the end of bloom season.
Sdlg 149-16 (sdlg x sdlg) 34″ EM. Re. Dor. 7″ 2 br 18 buds
Sdlg 101-16 (sdlg x sdlg) 30″ M. Dor. 6″ 3 br 16 buds
CIRCLE OF STARS
Sdlg 142-16 (sdlg x sdlg) 30″ Re. La. SEv. 7″ 3 br 16 buds
LIQUID LAVENDER (not available until 2019)
Sdlg 25-15 (sdlg x sdlg) 28″ M. Re. Dor. 6.5″ 3br 18 buds
This lovely lavender flower is truly one of the most appealing in our lavender line. The plant foliage and overall structure is more on the delicate side, unlike most of my more robust cultivars. The flowers sit on strong but delicate scapes. The flowers have outstanding sun resistance and excellent substance. I give it a moderate to high rust resistance rating.This plant shows rebloom several times during the season.
The plant is pod and pollen fertile, with moderate vigor and increase. The bloom presentation is consistent in size and pattern, with a very smooth sophisticated appearance. In 2016 the pattern expanded to show an occational broken pattern and a tendency toward more blue color. I am showing two photographs to show these new developments. We have always loved to see this flower bloom, but lately it has become more interesting, whether due to weather changes or plant maturity.