■(TB) 'Pansy Royale'
(Paul R. Smith
, R. 1976). Seedling# 73-22-1. TB, 39" (99 cm), Early to late bloom. Fluted and ruffled pansy purple (HCC 180) self; blue beard, brown in throat; fragrant. 'Grand Alliance'
X Knocke seedling# 201: ((('Heaven Sent'
x 'Cross Country'
) x 'Intriguer'
) x ('Lovilla'
)). Paul Smith 1977.
| From Mid-America catalog 1981: PANSY ROYALE is one of those beautiful creations that unfortunatelyhas been overlooked. This is the finest deep pansy-violet on the market. The flower form is classic and color smooth and alluring. Unlike many in this class, this one has ramrod stiff stalks that don't fall over. Add to this 3 and sometimes 4 branches and an easy 10-12 buds, excellent plant vigor ard increase and you have it all.
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