‘Radnor Gold’

❁ Shell-pink (H16) flowers, VIII–IX; light gold foliage in spring and summer, turning greener in winter; bushy, compact habit; height 21–25cm; spread 31–45cm.

Wild-collected; found in Radnor Forest near Presteigne, Wales, by Miss H. M. Appleby in 1954; introduced by Dingle Hollow Nursery (Stockport, Cheshire, England) about 1955.

Named after the place where it was collected.