TODAY’S PATENT – HYBRID TEA ROSE PLANT NAMED ‘HADMOO’
The present invention is a type of plant name Hadmoo. This invention was invented by Davidson; Harvey Daniel (Orinda, CA). The present invention is patented in USPTO and the patent number of this invention is PP15667.
This invention relates to a hybrid plant. A distinct rose cultivator of the hybrid tea class is characterized by having a stem, a large lavender flower, also a flower borne out of the stem, and a damask fragrance. The present invention is been marked under the commercial name of ‘smooth moonlight’. The cultivar of the rose plant originated by s crossing ‘smooth perfume’ as the parent seed with ‘Blue boy’ as the pollen parent. The process of reproduction of the new rose cultivar was performed by Dr. Huey, performed at Wasco, Calif.
The present invention can be distinguished as a single flower from the stem, Seed parent, or Light lavender cluster flowers; with few prickles, very consistent free bloomer. The above drawing shows typical specimens of the vegetative growth and also the growth of the flower of cultivar in different stages of development and as depicted in color as nearly true.