Salmon-pink(H15) flowers in profusion; VII-VIII; foliage dense dark green. Best regarded as a dwarf variant of ‘C. G. Best‘. 15cm tall, 40cm spread.
Possible seedling; introduced by G. M. Post (Singerskamp, Laren, Netherlands) by 1939. It is now thought to be extinct.
Derivation not known.
Note: A clone widely grown under this name has magenta (H14) flowers in profusion, June-Sept, with dark green foliage; an outstanding plant with a compact, spreading habit (see Small & Small (1998)). This clone is now named ‘Rosy Chimes‘.