(Williams, P.D., pre-1927; ‘Lord Antrim’ x [?]’Beersheba’)
Crossed with ‘King of the North’, this became the progenitor of cool, luminous, clear greeny-lemon reverse bicolours such as ‘Spellbinder’. On the croft, the soft sulphury-buttermilk perianth becomes more milky white with age but the creamy-lemony-primrose trumpet remains stubbornly yellow, becoming just a little paler towards the base. An elegant flower, whether it opens uniform soft greenish primrose for you and reverses to leave only the rolled-back, lightly-crenate trumpet rim a sulphury yellow, or opens and remains a softly-coloured bicolour.