"He saw her charming, but he saw not half
The charms her downcast modesty conceal'd."
A. S. Frater, a large, cream-white flower, rayless, with a distinct margin of rich mauve.
*Agnes Kay, white centre, almost rayless, edged with heliotrope.
*Archd. Grant, rich, indigo-blue flowers on fine, long foot-stalks.
Belfast Gem, smoky heliotrope on cream ground; rayed. Bethea, large, pure-white rayed flower.
Blanche, large, creamy-white flower; rayless.
Bronze Kintore, a dark-bronze coloured flower.
Cheshire Creamy pure cream self; almost rayless.
Cream King, rayless, cream-coloured flower.
Daisy Grieve, pale yellow, petals crimped at the edge.
Dr. M'Farlane, upper petals mauve, under petals very dark, with a white eye.
*Duke of Argyle, glossy-purple, striped with rose.
Ethel M'Culloch, lower petals, very dark - almost black; top petals, bright, azure-blue.
*Geo. C. Murray, smooth black bottom and side petals; top petals light, sky-blue.
*General Baden-Powell, large, orange-coloured, rayless self.
*Glencoe, lower petals rich mahogany, deepening towards the centre; upper petals copper colour.
Hector M'Donald, pure white centre, with fine rays, edged with a broad margin of bluish purple.
Helen Paul, a rayless yellow flower of immense size.
*Helen Smellie, pure white centre without rays, distinctly and evenly edged blue.
*Hugh Reid, rosy purple, a shade lighter on the top petals.
Jenny M'Gregor, violet, shaded with mauve; a new colour.
Jennie Houston, maroon shading to grey.
Jessie Baker, rayless, creamy-white, bordered with plum purple.
*Kate Cochrane, lower petals crimson purple, with a trace of lavender; upper petals pale lavender.
Katie Cuthbertson, white, slightly flushed with clear pink, centre of flower gradually deepening to rich pinkish purple.
Plate 6. Four Shades Of Blue Violas
Top: Maggie Mott, Archd. Grant.
Bottom: Admiral of the Blues, Jenny M'Gregor.
*Kate Houston, white ground, heavily belted with rosy mauve.
*Lady Knox, large primrose self; rayless.
*Lawmuir, rich crimson streaked with magenta.
*Lizzie Storer, glossy black under petals, each tipped with lavender; upper petals clear lavender.
Lollie Roberts, white, rayless centre, beautifully bordered with purple-lilac.
*Louie Granger, rose-coloured self.
*Mad. A. Gray, large white; rayless.
*Madge Craig, lower petals deep rose, a little darker in centre; upper petals lavender flushed with rose.
Maggie Mott, soft mauve.
*Mary Burnie, creamy-white or primrose, edged with dark heliotrope; rayless.
Matthew Alexander, rosy ground striped with purple.
*Mrs. Chichester, white ground, flaked and edged with purple.
*Mrs. C. M'Phail, heliotrope deepening to pale purple.
*Mrs. H. Pearce, large, pure-white, rayless self.
Mrs. J. H. Rowland, distinct shade of rose colour.
Nancy Marsh, deep violet, tipped with bluish mauve; upper petals mauve.
Neidpath Castle, under petals milky white; top petals lavender.
*Nellie Chapman, white, edged and shaded with blue.
Nellie Vine, large beautiful primrose self.
Nora Marrows, upper petals blush pink; lower petals yellow; slightly rayed.
*Rose Noble, rich orange-yellow; rayless.
Snowflake, a perfectly pure-white, rayless flower.
*Viola Stirling, creamy-white, edged with heliotrope.
*W. P. A. Smyth, cream ground clouded and edged with heliotrope, very large.
Wm. Lockwood, a large, rayless, yellow self.
* An asterisk is placed at twenty-four distinct varieties, which would form a good beginning for any grower, and a fine basis for a larger collection.