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(Millet & Fils, R.1914)TB.
Early to mid season. 36″.Standards violet; Falls blackish purple; blue and gold beard. Fragrant. The right french name is: ‘Souvenir de Madame Gaudichau’From J.C. Nicholls catalog for 1928: “S. Bradleys violet. F. brilliant velvety blackish purple. A large rich black violet bicolor. Well branched, strong and free blooming. Habit and style excellent. One of the finest and most sought after Irises yet produced, only three others holding a higher rating.”
(George Sutton, R. 1995)TB.
34″. Early to Mid season. Standards. white ground, sanded and edged spiraea red; style arms white and burgundy; Falls. white, striped and edged spiraea red; beards bronze gold, hairs tipped light burgundy, spiraea red horn; ruffled; pronounced sweet fragrance. HM 2000.
(Paul Black,2000) SDB.
Early season. 14″, Standards medium yellow ground, wide burgundy band veined and spotted on inner edge; style arms burgundy, orchid midrib; Falls medium yellow, burgundy band, inner edge veined and dotted, burgundy centreline; beards brown at end, orange gold in throat.HM 2004, AM 2007.