Jim W - If it was an older variety, my guess would be 'Redhill'. Tall, large bloom with white petals, orange cup and some yellow staining onto the perianth. It can be quite impressive when well grown. For those looking for a white / orange combination there is another unsual flower that is frequently a winner at ADS shows, 'Conestoga'. White petals that flare backwards slightly and a bright, bright orange flattened cup. Another newer, unusual flower is offered in the Grant Mitsch catalogue, 'Iroquois'. It has yellow petals and an orange cup but what sets both off is a white ring at the junction of the petals and cup. Outstanding. Linda Wallpe Cincinnati Zone 6a ________________________________________________________________ The best thing to hit the Internet in years - Juno SpeedBand! Surf the Web up to FIVE TIMES FASTER! Only $14.95/ month - visit http://www.juno.com/ to sign up today!