Pink Elephant Car Wash
A water stained open petal discovered by seed planting in 2021 from seeds from Floret Farms of Skagit Valley, WA. Her delicately bleached pink petals remind you of tye-dye and vintage linens. Her second-year tubers are prolific with thin stems but strong heads. She is named after the iconic landmark sign that our grandmother Bea Haverfield created in Seattle Washington,The Pink Elephant Car Wash because her petals look like water droplet stains.About 3.5 to 4″ across. Grows about 4-5′ in height.
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