, 1910) TB Midseason bloom. Color Class-S4D.
| Journal de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1910, Nouvelle série, Tome X, p. 328; 1922, Tome XXIII, p. 215; note: listed as introduced in 1906.
| From the Cornell Extension Bulletin 112, 1925: "Color effect a bronzed lilac and purple blend. Standards livid purple bronzing aniline yellow. Falls raisin purple bronzed, fading to light phlox purple. The beard is dense and conspicuous, shading from old gold to orange at the base. Colors in this variety seem to be intensified or blended as seasons or physical conditions change. The flower is open in form, with long, narrow segments which are very subtley blended. The flowering stalks are tall, sometimes sprawling, but widely branched and well set, with clawlike blooms. Distinct. Rating 78". Pleasant fragrance. C., A.M. RHS 1916
| From Wing Seed catalog, 1919: ELDORADO — (New.) Coloring unique and distinct resulting from a mingling of yellowish-bronze and violet. S. yellowish-bronze shaded with violet; F. violet touched with yellowish-bronze, haft strongly striped with brown; style arms golden-yellow and violet; beard bright yellow. Divisions all narrow and very long. Thirty-two inches. $1.15.
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