24 E Re 3.5, Pink w'Rose Eye, Dor Dip Noc
Frequent Flier * Early And Often
Boston Marathon does not know when to quit: it is one of my strongest continuous rebloomers. The color has variable amounts of pink and apricot (as you can see below), but always has a triangular form and that gorgeous triangular green throat. There's no other northern rebloomer that looks like it.
First flower open is about a week after Stella De Oro, and it doesn't quit until the season's finish line at frost. (At Harmon Hill Form: in my garden it is satisfied with three sets of scapes.) The scapes have the typical low budcount of a rebloomer (10, which is more than Stella), but they just keep coming, without a break. It's a vigorous plant making a tidy, tight clump that divides easily.
I use Boston Marathon extensively in my breeding: it throws lots of strong rebloomers when crossed with strong rebloomers. It carries white and color clarity, and the kids can range from melon to pink to white, with and without eyes, wide or narrow petalled. If you want to breed for light, clear-colored rebloomers, this is the one of mine that I recommend.