Originally named Felicity.  ‘Cavatina’ flowers are a glowing cherry pink and are held well above the foliage on generally straight stems.  If you can find this cultivar, you will enjoy it in your garden.

Cultivar: Cavatina
Year: 1935
Seedling No: 4306. Page 114 of Saunders’ Notebook I
Parentage: 10A: officinalis Rosea Plena X lactiflora ‘Germaine Bigot’
Flower: Color: cherry pink
Form: single, two rows of petals, rather cup0shaped
Blooms: Week 4
Carpels: usually 4, green
Stigmas: dark cherry pink
Disc: white, edged pink
Stamens: filaments light yellow
Plant: Habit: upright
Foliage color: deep green
Foliage form: pointed leaves, few lobed
Height: tall; 37″ in 2021
Recommendation: Recommended
Availability: Rare; mine came from a now-closed nursery