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Catalogue at RHS Lindley Library and Perry Archives

Gap on chrysanthemums due to WW2. Colour descriptions as written: S = single; D= double; blank = not stated.

1 Clara Curtis 1939 S Light pink
2 Elizabeth Cowell 1939 S Strawberry pink
3 Anna Hay AGM 1939 S Pale pink
4 Jessie Cooper 1940 S Bt. Oriental red shading to copper red
5 Moira Goddard 1940 Soft shell pink
6 Anne Lady Brocket 1940 Apricot deep pink
7 RAF 1940 White -shell pink
8 Jervis Bay 1940 Rosy red
9 Spitfire 1940 Carmine red shading to garnet
10 Deborah Hollingsworth 1941 Copper-bronze
11 Patricia Lowe 1941 Garnet red passing to dull old rose
12 Phillipine Green 1941 Pretty shade of rich mauve pink
13 Dorothy Thompsin 1941 Dark rose snow white ring
14 Dorothy Boissier 1942 Pale apricot yellow flushed rose
15 Mary Stoker 1942 S Soft canary yellow
16 Seymour Hamilton 1942 Brick rose passing to deep pink
17 Nancy Perry 1945 S Old Rose
18 Paul Boissier AGM 1945 Orange-bronze
Amos Perry retires
1945 Nurseryman and Seedsman Dec. 1940 states he has 25
distinct varieties of Rubellum
19 Duchess of Edinburgh AGM 1948 S Glowing red
20 Royal Enfield 1948 Rich oriental red shading to coral
21 Princess Margaret 1948 Orchid Pink
22 Ffrida 1948 Luminous pink
23 Prince Charles 1949 S/D Deep old rose
24 Crown Jewel 1949 Rich rosy lavender
25 Royal Command 1949 S/D Rich wine red
26 Claret Cup 1951 Deep purple red
27 Prairie Fire 1951 Fiery- red
28 Red Sails 1951 Glowing red
29 Rose Marie 1951 Dark glowing old rose
30 Molly Fitzpatric 1951 Soft oriental red
32 Gypsy Rose 1952 Deep glowing old rose
33 Queen Elizabeth 1952 Deep rose
34 Amberline 1952 Smoky bronze red
35 Lady in Pink 1952 S Soft salmon rose
36 Wild Honey 1952 Peach/yellow/coral
37 Old Tapestry 1952 Deep old rose
38 Tawny Gold 1952 Light biscuit yellow deepening to walnut bronze
39 Vagabond Prince 1952 Cyclamen pink

Roger Phillips and Martyn Rix Perennials Vol 2 1993
C.
rubellum Sealy now strictly C.zawadskii (Herbich) Tzveler var latilobum (Maxim) Kitam (Compositae)
Printable Version of this Table

Question: Has anyone looked at these plants since J R Sealy?
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