■(TB) 'Madame Louis Aureau'
'Madame Louis Aureau'
, R. 1934). TB36" , Early bloom season, W8M. Plicata, Standards soft rosy heliotrope on translucent silvery white ground gradually deepening at the margins; falls sanded, veined deeper tone, throat pale maroon-lilac. 'Fakir'
X 'Ferdinand Denis'
. Cayeux et Le Clerc 1934. C.M.; S.N.H.F. 1934; French Dykes Memorial Medal 1934
; Award of Merit AIS 1939.
| Bulletin de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1934, 6e série, Tome I, p. 220.
Revue Horticole, 1937, Nouvelle série, Tome XXV, photo p. 529.
| From Cooley's Gardens catalog for 1940: "This heavily dotted and sanded plicata from cayeux is a rival of the series now so popular from the Sasses. It has a ground color of silvery white, closely netted with rosy heliotrope. A very large blossom."
| From Carl Salbach catalog 1943: MME. LOUIS AUREAU. A French variety that is both unique and beautiful. Standards silvery white heavily overlaid with a rosy heliotrope, falls slightly deeper and heavily sanded and stitched with deeper heliotrope. Large blooms. Mid-season. 34". 60c; 3 for $1.50.
| AIS Bulletin #216, January 1975, page 18.
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