■(TB) 'Mme Cheri'
, 1918) TB, Early bloom. Color Class-S7M. ('Caterina'
X 'Mrs. George Darwin'
) Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 56: Pt 1, 143. January 1930, Trials; First Class Certificate., M.H.S. 1916. Strong pleasant fragrance.
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| From Glen Road Iris Garden catalog, 1920: MME. CHERI— The flowers, an odd shade of crushed raspberry, are of firm texture and have round, flaring falls. S. Purplish Vinaceous with an undertone of yellow, F. Ageratum Violet washed with pink. The exquisite shape and color, together with the merit of good growth and height make it one of the finest of our seedlings. 4 ft. F.C.C. 1916. 7.50.
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