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Séraphîta

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Séraphîta

Ferdinand Cayeux by René Cayeux introduced  and registered 1946
The name comes from the novel of the same name by Honoré de Balzac. It is the story of Séraphitüs who is in love with Minna, who returns the love, percieving Séraphitüs  as a man.
However, Wilfrid also loves them, perceiving them as Séraphîta – a woman.

Greetings cards with envelopes are A6 10.5cmx14.8cm

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Séraphîta

Ferdinand Cayeux by René Cayeux introduced  and registered 1946
The name comes from the novel of the same name by Honoré de Balzac. It is the story of Séraphitüs who is in love with Minna, who returns the love, percieving Séraphitüs  as a man.
However, Wilfrid also loves them, perceiving them as Séraphîta – a woman.
René Cayeux’s (Ferdinand’s  son) name is attached to Esclarmonde and Séraphîta because Ferdinand retired from the business (but continued to hybridise) in 1938, with René taking over day to day management. He introduced and registered his father’s irises after this point but did not breed any irises himself

Greetings cards with envelopes are A6 10.5cmx14.8cm

Price includes P & P