Around 2005 I was fortunate enough to find two fine small Olsen's Frosted Strawberry cultivars (which I purchased) and both have given me enormous pleasure in my garden ever since. The frosted strawberry is an unusually vivid plant, and no others have quite the same intensity of spring color. So after a time I wanted to find more of Harry Olsen's plants, especially some of those that he may have been watching in his greenhouse to determine their stability. What turned up is sensational. After Harry Olsen's untimely and tragic death, his collection of unusual cultivars was transferred to the care of one of his very good friends (also a nurseryman), Del Loucks. Del tells me that "Tequila Sunset" was given that name by Harry Olsen's wife. I've since googled Tequila Sunset and find that it's a drink made of orange juice and blackberry brandy, a very good description for this particular plant. Tequila Sunset is orange and dark purple in color, often on the same leaf. I've never seen anything quite like it. The attached photo was taken May 7, 2009. This amazing cultivar is new to my garden, so I will be watching it with an eagle eye and will post more photos as time goes by. It's pretty stunning and I am very grateful to have it.