Tet, 47”, M, 7 ½”, SE, UNUSUAL FORM – Cascade
(RED SUSPENDERS x unknown)
CATAWAMPUS is an unusual color. I see it as a tomato red with a big wide green throat. The cascade, twisting and curling make it difficult to measure so I used an average of 7 ½ inches. The blooms are carried tall on 47-inch strong erect scapes with three way top branching and 16 buds. It is quite impressive in a clump. It is dormant to semi-evergreen depending on the cold winter weather. Difficult pod parent but pollen is good. CATAWAMPUS was the recipient of a Junior Citation Award in 2003.