(Brodie, I.; seedling 32/20, ‘Bernardino’ × ‘Crimson Braid’, listed 1927)
A doughty flower named after “The Fruit Garden of Pakistan” – the isolated capital of Balochistan set high in the mountains. The close pleating and irregularly-notched rim is reminiscent of its seed parent, ‘Bernardino’. About two-thirds of the shallow bowl-shaped corona is fiery reddish orange on opening, but passes to rich yellow with a coral-pink edge which burns back to white. Limited stock available.