Pale mauve wine-coloured standards and rosé-wine falls, lighter than the standards and almost horizontal. Orange-red beards. Firm-bodied flowers slightly waved and free-flowering (8 to 9 buds per stem). Superb branching. Unusual colour between rosé and Bordeaux, very attractive!
This delight spreads its light brown-red standards above nearly horizontal garnet-red falls which boast exquisite lacy crimped edges. The glowing yellow beards seem lengthened by a 3 to 4 cm-long stripe running along the middle. These wonderful flowers are rather round and their stalks well branched.
A tall and most elegant son of 'Paul Black' and 'Saturn'. Bright, medium-purple standards and dark purple, almost black falls. Thick orange-red beards stand out against the black falls. 3 to 4 branches carrying on average 10-12 buds. Spectacular and robust!
Bright garnet red with a discreet light garnet border on the falls. Standards are a bit paler. Rather discreet bronze beards. Excellent stalks with well-distributed branches carrying on average 7 to 8 buds. Appears truly red. (Cayeux seedling 09 69 A)
A majestic 2-toned crimson iris: medium crimson standards contrasting with the wide black-red, velvety falls. Bronze beards. Only 6-7 buds per stalk but largely made up for by a long flowering period. (Cayeux seedling 06 33 C)