, R. 1929). TB, Early bloom season. Standards warm coppery bronze; falls spreading, same color, well marked with large central zone of rosy blue or pigeon's throat. 'Ochracea Cærulea'
X 'Marsh Marigold'
. Cayeux et Le Clerc 1929. C.M. and Special Prize S.N.H.F. 1928; French Dykes Medal 1933.
| Bulletin de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1928, 5e série, Tome I, p. 266.
Revue Horticole, 1937, Nouvelle série, Tome XXV, p. 527.
| Cayeux et Le Clerc catalog 1930, p. 6.
| From Elizabeth Hardee Iris Garden catalog 1932: EVOLUTION (Cayeux 1929)—42" M. An absolutely new and distinct variety. A pale coppery bronze self. Lovely, frilled coppery bronze standards, flaring falls of a slightly deeper shade of bronze, marked in the center with a rose flushed brilliant blue. 10.00.
| From Quality Gardens catalog 1931: EVOLUTION (Cayeux 1929) 42" M. An absolutely new and distinct variety. A pale coppery bronze self. Lovely, frilled coppery bronze standards, flaring falls of a slightly deeper shade of bronze, marked in the center with a rose flushed brilliant blue blaze. The color scheme is indescribably lovely and the plant is a strong grower, with luxuriant foliage, marked a purple brown at the base. $25.00.
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