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" ... of white in the centre, perfectly free from any tinge or spot. The eye should consist of a bright, or dark rich crimson, or purple, resembling velvet : but the... "
The American Journal of Horticulture and Florist's Companion - Seite 269
1869
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The American Gardener's Calendar

Bernard M'Mahon - 1806 - 648 Seiten
...gathered from such as have superior properties. A Description of the Properties of a fine Double PIUK. The stem should be strong and erect, and not less...eye, unless it be ornamented by a continuation of the colour of the eye round it,* bold, clean, and distinct, leaving a considerable portion of white in...
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The American Gardener's Calendar; Adapted to the Climates and Seasons of the ...

Bernard M'Mahon - 1806 - 648 Seiten
...indentures ; in short, they approach nearest to perfection, when the fringe on the edge is so tine, as to be scarcely discernible : but it would be a...the lamina, or broad end of the petals, should be perfsctly white and distinct from the eye, unless it be ornamented by a continuation of the colour...
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The florist's guide, and cultivator's directory: containing coloured figures ...

Robert Sweet - 1827
...discernible ; but it would be considered a very desirable object to obtain them perfectly rose-leaved, or without any fringe at all. " The broadest part of...(unless it be ornamented by a continuation of the colour of the eye round it, which is denominated a laced pink,) bold, clean, and distinct, leaving...
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Flora Historica: Or, The Three Seasons of the British Parterre ..., Band 2

Henry Phillips - 1829
...discernible ; but it would be considered a very desirable object to obtain them perfectly rose-leaved, ie, without any fringe at all ; the broadest part of the...perfectly white and distinct from the eye, unless it be a laced Pink, that is, ornamented by a continuation of the colour of the eye round it, bold, clean,...
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The select florist; or A treatise on the culture and management of ... flowers

John Sanders (writer on horticulture.) - 1829
...discernible, but it would be considered a very desiraable object to obtain them perfectly roseleaved, ie without any fringe at all. The broadest part of the...perfectly white and distinct from the eye, unless it be a laced pink, that is, ornamented by a continuation of the colour of the eye round it, bold, clean,...
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The villa and cottage florists' directory

James Main - 1830
...desirable object to obtain them perfectly rose-leaved, ie without any fringe at all. " The broadest part of the petals should be perfectly white and distinct...eye, unless it be ornamented by a continuation of the colour of the eye round it, when it would be called a laced pink, and this lacing should be well defined,...
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The Floricultural Cabinet, and Florists Magazine, Band 2

Joseph Harrison - 1834
...approach nearest to perfection when they are rose-leaved, ». c. without any fringe at all. 3. The broad end of the petals should be perfectly white and distinct from the eye, unless it be a laced pink, which should be bold, clean, and distinct, leaving a considerable portion of white in...
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The Floricultural Cabinet, and Florists Magazine, Band 4

Joseph Harrison - 1836
...short, they approach nearest to perfection when they are rose-leaved, or without any fringe at all. The broad end of the petals should be perfectly white and distinct from the eye, unless it bo a laced pink, which should be bold, clear, and distinct, leaving a considerable portion of white...
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Floricultural Cabinet and Florists' Magazine. ...

1833
...perfection when they are rose-leaved, «. e. without any fringe at all. 3. The broad end of the petal* should be perfectly white and distinct from the eye, unless it be a laced pink, which should be bold, cltan, and distinct, leaving a considerable portion of white in...
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The Horticultural Register, Band 3

1834
...scarcely to be discernible ; but if they could be obtained entire, it would be a desirable object. The broadest part of the lamina or broad end of the...perfectly white, and distinct from the eye, unless it be a laced pink, that is, one ornamented with a continuation of the colour of the eye round it, bold,...
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