1906, Goos & Koonemann
( Max Goos & August Koenemann
, R. 1906). MTB, 20" (51 cm), Midseason bloom. Bright yellow with wine veining.
Although registered as a TB, Gajus is considered by some an MTB and others an IB or BB. See Tb 'Gajus'
| From Wing Seed catalog, 1919: GAJUS — New. S. clear light yellow; F. carmine-violet with brownish cast netted on white; distinct border of dull pale yellow. Good form, falls drooping, all divisions short and broad. 35¢
| From G. G. Whitelegg catalog, 1921: GAJUS: A.M., R.H.S.-Standards pale yellow, falls purple with distinct brown veining, a greatly improved Gracchus.
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