(TB) 'Mme Claude Monet'
'Mme Claude Monet'
, 1912) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class B7D. 'Ricardi'
| Journal de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1910, 4e série, Tome XI, p. 327.
| From Dean Iris Gardens catalog, 1924: "MME CLAUDE MONET (Denis) - A very large tall red-purple Ricardi hybrid. Very free flowering. Established plants bloom in fall in this climate (California). Each $10.00."
| From Indian Spring Farms catalog, 1927: MME. CLAUDE MONET (Denis 1912). A very dark hybrid of Ricardi X Kochii of Mme. Gaudichau type. Large flowers of manganese to dull, dusky velvety-purple; haft heavily reticulated auricula-purple. Growth variable with stalks not well branched. 36 inches. Quite rare. $3.00
Madame Claude Monnet; note: Mme stands for Madame (french spelling).
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