Joe's 2011s

2011 Introductions



ALL JACKED UP

J. Goudeau Sdg# 6-5-27-19 6.5” 30” Tet, Sev, M, Re

 

My best flower to date. I saved this one to introduce for the National Convention. A wonderful flower on a well branched sturdy scape. Sometimes more peach than others the green undertones of this flower make for a wonderful show. Once established ALL JACKED UP shows some chartreuse teeth! Green Eggs and Ham x Sdlg x Sdg

$125



CHA CHING

3-5-19-3

6.5, 27, Semi, EE, Re

This is another WOW. I have been trying for bigger and better. Well this diploid looking tetraploid definitely fills the bill! Very pod fertile this flower sets pods even during the hottest of days. Color? Well I think the picture speaks for itself. I am excited at the possible seedlings from some of my tet conversions.


$100DF



BADONKADONK


J. Goudeau Sdg# 6-6-4-14
5” 28” Tet, Eve, EM, Re

 

Talk about a flashy flower. A kid of Street Urchin this one looks good coming and going.

$65 Double Fan



BATON ROUGE NATIONAL

J. Goudeau Sdg# 7-5-27-4
6.25” 32” Tet, Eve, M, Re
The Wonderful Thing about Tigers x Thin Man


I have seen a scape with 10 way branching and 52 buds and it reblooms!



$50



CRAWFISH ETOUFFEE

 

 J. Goudeau Sdg# 5-5-29-5
5” 28” Tet, Sev, EM, Re

 

This has to be a Mr Lucky great great great grand-kid with the eyezone and the veining.A super fast increaser and very good garden plant.


$20 DF



SWEET LITTLE NENNA


J. Goudeau 05-7-8-15
4” 26”, Tet, Sev, Em, Sfr, Re

Named for my two year old Granddaughter this is the first introduction out of Daddy's Heart. Smaller than I usually introduce this is a nice front row plant. $50

 

$20 DF



RED BEANS AND RICE


J. Goudeau Sdg# 4-15-6
5.25”, 27”, Tet, Sev, EM, Re

A true hard dormant flower, this is another tetraploid that has a diploid look to it. A fast increaser this one is sure to put on a show in short order.

 

 $25 DF



FAIS DO DO

 

J. Goudeau Sdg# 4-9-6

5.”, 27”,  Tet, Sev, Sfr, M, Re (Grace Sdg x Coyote Ugly)

Put on you sun glasses because this one will blind you in the Louisiana sunshine.

This bright flower is out of one of Larry's seedlings he so kindly let go.

This is one of those flowers you know is an introduction on the initial bloom.

The flower has a green undertone under a polychrome base color. Good parent setting pods eassily


$20 DF



HUNKY DORY

J. Goudeau 5-6-12-30
6.” 27”, Tet, Dor, M, Re

 

My first unusual form that has pinched petals and one that I introduced becasue I liked it.

Small fans due to it being a dormant and southern


$25 DF limited



COOSH COOSH

J. Goudeau 28-4-3
5” 28”, Tet, Sev, M, Re

 

As you can tell I was starving the morning I was naming my 2011 introductions.

Seeing this puppy blooming in the garden is sure to tantalize the taste buds.

 

$45 DF



TOAD STRANGLER

J. Goudeau 25-48
5” 25”, Tet, Sev, M, Re

 

This was a term used by a weather man in Arkansas the morning of the Regional tour.

They had 6" of rain overnight causing flash flooding after six weeks of no precipitation.
This one is shorter than I like but a beautiful flower which I think will do much better north than in my southern garden.


$25 Small fans
 



SHRIMP REMOULADE

J. Goudeau 08-729
5” 28”, Tet, Sev, M, Re

 

Great clear rose colored flower with lighter watermark and edge.


$50DF



HERO'S SALUTE

J. Goudeau 5-5-20-5
5.25” 28”, Tet, Sev, M, Re

 

I told Paul Limmer if I ever introduced an orange I would do so in his honor. This bright colored sherbet is nothing short of Awesome. Out of Spacecoast Citrus Kick this ruffled beauty is sure to please.


$75 DF