flower is a rich coral-red with a fat white tube, which bends above a fat 5-angled ovary. Color is denser when grown cool. Petals show an initial light flush of yellow, which disappearS. Flower length 9.5–9.6 cm. Petal edges show chipping. Extra petaloids/crests evident along the tube. Blooms serially and not in one flush.
McM&H 1995: 105; description information provided by Rudi Dorsch and Ruud Tropper from Dolly Kölli's Notes/Journals.
growth is vigorous, at first rangy. Very large segments. Named after the salmon, not the windS. Slightly chocolate scented. Cross done January 16, 1984 using 60 day old frozen pollen.