, R. 1924) TB. Early bloom. Color Class-B9M. I. pallida
x I. cengialti
The first variety to bloom for me each season, excepting dwarfs, is PALCENG
, my own, noteworthy only for its earliness and fragrance, otherwise nothing to brag about, which is closely followed and even almost matched at times by the old Kochi, than which nothing is more effective for low dark masses. That gem Soledad comes closely afterward. This last one should displace all the older yellow intermediates; it is rich when used in combination with Kochi. [Chas. E. F. Gersdorff, "Varietal Notes from Washington, D. C.", A.I.S. Bulletin 40
(July 1931): 50.]
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