|From Wing Seed catalog, 1919: PRINCE d’ORANGE — (Var.) Semi-early. S. broad and full, very deep golden-yellow; F. deep golden-yellow washed and striped warm, rich brown; beard rich yellow. Thirteen inches. 50c.|
|From Cooley's Gardens catalog for 1940: True orange in color, a clear self without markings of any kind, and it has never exhibited a single discordant fleck. A seedling of Far West and Naranja. Medium in size, very flaring in form, with flowers widely spaced along jauntily branching stems; thirty inches tall. A clump of this in the originator's garden was a solid mass of golden orange and brought much favorable comment from visiting A.I.S. members.|
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