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)
Very big flowers whose standards have a faint blue tinge on opening, quickly becoming pure white. Rounded, nearly horizontal falls, pure white with a wide bold blue-violet border (15 to 20 mm). Distinct, clearly visible, red beard. Robust standards and a balanced stalk (7 buds per stem). Moderately ruffled.
An excentric son of "Romantic Evening" with white standards and falls between off white, brown and light copper. Bright rust-red beards add character to this amoena. Styles are white tipped with copper brown. Shafts with 2 to 3 branches, each carrying 8 to 12 buds.
Wide and ruffled bright mid-blue falls with a white centre streaked with the same blue. Tangerine beards and vivid white standards. Sturdy stems and vigorous vegetation. First prize at the competition of Orleans in 1997.