■(IB) 'Queen Flavia'
( William J Caparne
, 1901) IB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y4L.
| From Bonnewitz catalog 1920: QUEEN FLAVIA. Large and splendid flowers all of one shade of primrose-yellow. 35 cts.
| From G G. Whitelegg catalog, 1921: QUEEN FLAVIA: Large flower, one of the best, primrose yellow self; 2 ft
| From Bonnewitz catalog 1923/24: This is a dwarf or intermediate variety with a good yellow color which has been on the market for many years, but I never succeeded in getting any stock of it with vigor until I purchased it in England two years ago. It has bloomed very profusely for two years, and so I do not hesitate to recommend it.
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