From crosses made by Paul Black in Australia. White standards infused with acid yellow at their base, acid yellow falls with a thin white border and fine, clear veining. Orange yellow beards. Sturdy plant, flowers are prettily frilled. (Black 2012)
Bluish-white standards with a touch of grey, velvety violet-purple falls with a lavender border. Quite fine smoky, orange beards. Beautiful low branched stems. Similar to ‘Profond Mystère’, but superior, in our opinion. (Cayeux sowing 11 193 A).
An original variety with a “double border”: white falls with medium blue-violet border adjoined by another thin border, 5 mm wide, which is bluish white. Pure white standards. Pale yellow beards with shoulders in the same light yellow colour. Three branches per stem and 9 buds on average. Heavily frilled. (Schreiner 2009).
Son of ‘Clownerie’ with light caramel standards and large round falls, creamy yellow, edged and dotted with Burgundy red. Bronze beards. Good branching, like his seedling brother ‘Reflets du Sol’, 8 to 9 buds per stem. (Cayeux 10 98 B seedling).
Very amazing and very attractive at the same time! Lavender standards infused with green-yellow at their base and near-horizontal chartreuse-yellow falls infused with lavender in the centre. Cream beards. Frilly flowers. (Meek 2004)
Upright, light mahogany standards, broad, buttery yellow falls under the copper-orange beards, edged and stippled with coppery red. Fine midline in mahogany. Superb shape, numerous flowers bordered by small frills. Good branching. (Black 2011)