Genetics from Trahlyta have been used extensively and many of the offspring plants retain the distinctive characteristics. When I checked online Trahlyta had 116 registered children, some quite notable such as "Eggplant Escapade," "Grey Witch," "Jerry Hyatt," and "Lindy Twirl" just to name a few.
In Cherokee legend, "Trahlyta" is the name of a woman who is said to have lived in the North Georgia Mountains. She was told to walk along a path, drink from the spring and wish never to grow old. Trahlyta's "fountain of youth" is now known as Porter Springs, Georgia. And how do you pronounce Trahlyta? From what I can find, it's "Trah-lee-ta."