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(Jane Trimmer, 2001). Tet. (Point of View x Persian Ruby) 40” EM Sev. Re This Unusual Formed vibrant 10” crimson red cascade has a large green throat with color that carries well across the entire garden. POINT OF VIEW was a favorite of mine in New York because of it’s height and buds. It bloomed well into October for us. PERSIAN RUBY has a rich ruby red bloom and the combination of the two made SPRINGFIELD CLAN a vibrant eyecatching red. Prior to growing dayliles with Dan I helped care for a race horse in the 1970”s. SPRINGFIELD CLAN was black with a black mane that was bleached gold by the sun in the land down under. He was as fierce on the racetrack as he was beautiful. Yet, in the barn or in the field he would chase all the other horses away from me and gently hang his head over my shoulder. I used to weave daisies and blue chicory flowers into his long mane. I have named this flower after my beautiful SPRINGFILED CLAN. I will always love him.