, R. 1931) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R7M. Medium red self with pink highlights. Known misspellings/synonyms: Jocette
. J. Sass 1932. Honorable Mention 1932, Award of Merit 1936.
* See below:
| JOYCETTE (Jacob Sass, 1932) -S. raisin purple. F. blackish purple. A very large flower measuring 6 to 6-1/2 inches. 42-inch low branching stems. The effect with the sun shining through it is a rich, blazing red. Form excellent and substance heavy with usually three or four blooms open at once. Long blooming period. H.M. 1932. $5.00
| JOYCETTE (J. Sass 1931) M. 42". One of the best of the newer reds. The flower is large, a self tone of bright clear red, with no blue tones. Very fragrant. $2.50 H.M., A.I.S., 1932. 1937 Quality Gardens catalog.
| Documented catalog references: Sass 1932; Kellogg 1932; Quality 1937; Wassenberg 1938.
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