Bull's Eye
Yabba Dabba Doo

(cv. WEKruneflo, R733-10) PPAF

‘Floriferous’ falls flat when it comes to describing how much this little honey can bloom. This vigorous plant sets humongous clusters of flirty flowers, nearly covering any sign of the bright green leaves. Hundreds of pointy buds open into huge hydrangea-like heads of warm orange pink with little ‘eyes’ of yellow peering up at you from the tidy bushy plant. Once the show starts, you’ll be ready to exclaim its namesake without any hesitation. And then the flowers just keep on comin’, filling your garden with waves of carefree color. Yabba Dabba Doo will do you right when it comes to flower power.
Class
Shrub
Color
Bright orange pink with a broad yellow eye
Height/Habit
Medium in height and width. Very rounded, full & bushy. Medium-short in huge clusters
Bloom/Size
Medium, about 3 inches in diameter
Petal Count
5 to 6
Fragrance
Mild
Hybridizer
Christian Bédard—2013
Parentage
Ruby Ruby x (Neon Cowboy x Flower Carpet)
Comments
Long, elegant & pointed