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Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Hank Zumach

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Clyde Crockett

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Paul Henjum

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Bevie Schmidt

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Bob Axmear

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Tim Saville

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Mary Harvey

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Mary Vertz

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Jim Roach

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Nightmouse

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Viktoria Serafin

Christmas Tree (K Vaughn 82)

Photo by Mary Vertz

'Christmas Tree' comes to us from both Kevin Vaughn and Mildred Seaver (1982). The foliage mound reaches 36 x 20" with 18" bloom scapes. It has often been confused with Aden's 'Grand Master', which is simply a renamed 'Christmas Tree'.. The leaves are 10 x 6", cordate, and deep green with a cream-white edge. The plant has very nice substance and is heavily crinkled. Van Wade says that it prefers shade to 1/3 sun. The funnel-shaped white flowers bloom in July. To quote Van Wade: "...flowers in July produce a flower with vestigial leaves in the shape of a Christmas tree, hence its name." It makes a very nice pod parent, passing along a number of desirable characteristics.