, 1840). TB, Late bloom. Color Class S9M.
| Lémon, Annales de Flore et de Pomone, 1840, p. 370; 1841, p. 315.
| From Cornell Bull. 112: "Color effect a bright russet-crimson, velvety bordeaux bicolor. Standards russet-vinaceous to light russet-vinaceous, bronzed olive-buff on claw. falls velvety bordeaux, netted-veined on broad light outer haft. The bronzed orange beard is fine, dense, and projecting. This plant is a vigorous grower, and has lax, slender, deep green foliage, tinged at the base. Its excellent, velvety blooms are freely produced and well carried on long stems. This exceptional variety should be included in every collection. Rating 8".
| From Wing Seed catalog, 1919: "JACQUESIANA — (Syn. Caroline de Sansel and Conscience.) (Sq.) S. fawn brightened at base with gold; F. velvety reddish-violet, almost black, of wonderful substance and depth of color; style arms old gold and fawn. One of the best. Thirty inches. 50c.
Caroline de Sansel, Cardinal Richelieu, Conscience, Jacquiana, Jacquiniana, Jacquisiana, Lord Roseberry.
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