Barbados Apricot Brandy possibly Pua Noa. #255 registered by Barbara Randolph in 1987. A nice couple in a tiny little house in Barbados gave her the cutting. The family was so poor they didn't have electricity or running water. 3 1/2; yellow orange with fruity fragrance, Yellow-orange, very small dark orange-pink center, dark veins, pink outer band, large dark pink band back, tendency to fade high, long oval petals upturned inner edge slight twist, rounded tips, slight overlapping, medium texture, 3 to 31⁄2’, moderate sweet fruity scent, keeping quality good. Dark green oblanceolate leaves have acuminate tips. Fast rooter, thin branches. Sets seed.