(Morss 2010) Tet 30” EM Re Ex Ev 6 1 /2”. The bloom is on the pink side of lavender and it has a wide, cloverleaf patterned, watermark halo and yellow-to-green throat. Both the throat and the watermark are heavily diamond dusted. The big green heart radiates outward in subtle suffusions to the petal’s edge. Clear, piecrust shaped, cellophane pleats and ruffles encircle the petals. The blooms shimmer and shine with great color clarity, recurrent scapes and three-way branching. The Kentucky bourbon makers dedicate a portion of the world’s finest bourbons to the angels, calling it “Angel’s Share”. Mort’s new pastel is a cool paragon, and an extraordinary plant. It is a fine parent with easy fertility both ways. This one is for the angels.