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A broad-leaved G. elwesii hybrid originating from the rock garden at Wisley, found by John Morley in 1982. A vigorous and robust plant, no doubt aided by a big starch reserve from the big bulbs it forms. The flowers are big and shapely on an arching pedicel, the tips of the outer petals sometimes marked in green. The heavenly body after which it was named was the Kohoutek comet of 1973. Early flowering. Sensitive to deep long frost.