By Joiner – 1998
The reliably double flowers of “Moses Fire” are a burning deep orange/red with a faint golden picotee on the ruffled edge making them look like a mini camp fire. The petals are thickly packed and they are early bloomers that then re-bloom multiple times for a full season show. 5” pom-poms are held on sturdy 22” scapes. This dormant tetraploid has a bud count of 20 on 3 way branching.