■(TB) 'Mlle Schwartz'
, 1916) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class B7L. 'Ricardi'
| Journal de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1922, Tome XXIII, p. 216.
| Revue Horticole, 1922, nouvelle série Tome XVIII, p. 122.
| Millet et Fils catalog 1930, p. 16.
| From Indian Spring Farms catalog, 1927: MLLE. SCHWARTZ (Denis 1916) 8.7. A large, free-flowering self of finest form. Uniform, soft, light lavender-blue, or mauve, that is distinct, delicate and beautiful. A shade lighter than Mother of Pearl. 48 inches. If given a well-drained location this is a free, robust grower and produces a marvelous garden effect. $1.00 each.
| From Bonnewitz catalog, 1926: MLLE. SCHWARTZ (Denis) $2.00. Pale mauve. One of the most artistic Irises. Flowers of good size and form. One of the best Irises in commerce, although we believe Mother of Pearl will prove more satisfactory due to its hardier, more vigorous growing habit. The color is somewhat similar.
Mademoiselle Schwartz, Madmoiselle Schwartz, Mme Schwartz; note: french spelling is Mlle; (without point (stands for Mademoiselle).
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