(IB) 'Lady Seymour'
1854, Van Houtte
( Louis Benoit Van Houtte
, 1854) IB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-B3L. VanH
1854; F&P 1854; Riv.1906; Farr 1912; Wing 1920; Macoun; Mottet 1920; Vilm.1938.
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| From Farr's catalog, 1912: LADY SEYMOUR. S. lavender, flushed sulphur; F. netted violet and white. 25 in.
| From Wing Seed catalog, 1919: LADY SEYMOUR — (Sq.) S. pale lavender-blue; F. bright velvety violet and brown netted on violaceous white. Pretty. Twenty-five inches. 15c.
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