, 1925). TB, Midseason late bloom. Color Class B1M. Cayeux et Le Clerc 1925.
| Journal de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1926, 4e série, Tome XXVII, p. 200.
| From Cooley's Wholesale pricelist, 1932: SENSATION. A clear and crisp self of cornflower blue, perfect in every way. Sensation was awarded the silver cup for the most outstanding flower in the Boston iris show last June. It has no peer among the blue selfs. Each $2.50
| From Carl Salbach iris catalog, 1938: SENSATION (Cayeux). A beautiful self-colored aniline-blue of great poise and elegance. The substance is heavy, the standards beautifully arched, the falls flaring and the stems tall and sturdy. Fragrant. Late. 36-inch. 25c; 3 for 50c
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