A naturally deciduous high altitude clone, introduced from E Nepal in 1962 by Tom Spring-Smythe, with clusters of comparatively large flowers, purplish-pink and white, borne continuously in Jan-Feb and worth trekking across a garden, or mountainside, to sniff. Rarely seen nowadays due to difficulty of propagation. One of the very hardiest forms.
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