(Kirchhoff 2010) Tet 28” M Re Ex Ev 5 1 /2”. Briefly described, the blooms are a stippled orange plicatta on top of orange-red. Named for the Aztec god of agriculture, flowers, music, song, poetry, and dance, this bold new cultivar is remarkable for its distinction and is distinct in a number of ways. Shades of cedar, orange and mahogany red form the plicatta or stippled (or dotted), burnished overlay above medium-orange. The overall impression is red orange and gold. Yellow webbing flashes out from the semi-sculpted halo formed by closely spaced dots, above a yellow to green throat. The serrated edges are wine red. Three way branching, recurrent, fertile.