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'Madame Edouard André' clematis References
Book  (2018)  Page(s) 155.  
Clematis 'Ville de Lyon' was bred from C. 'Madame Edouard André', introduced by a Monsieur Baron-Veillard in Orléans in 1893. 
Book  (Oct 2001)  Page(s) 269.  Includes photo(s).
Book  (1999)  Page(s) 130.  
Clematis 'Madame Edouard André', cv. (France), 1961
Magazine  (28 Jul 1937)  Page(s) 56.  
Madame Edouard André, velvety purplish red, Jackmani Type
All bloom on new wood except Belle of Woking and Sir Garnet Wolseley
Website/Catalog  (1935)  Page(s) 24.  
Madame Edouard André.- Rouge carmin foncé.
Website/Catalog  (1932)  Page(s) 24.  
Clématites à grandes fleurs....Madame Edouard André. Rouge carmin foncé.
Website/Catalog  (1926)  Page(s) 55.  
Mad. Edouard André, rouge foncé velouté.
Website/Catalog  (1926)  Page(s) 2.  Includes photo(s).
Clematis: The Queen of Climbing Plants
There is no more ornamental class of plants than Clematis, and the rich show of bloom produced by the best varieties is far too magnificent to be fairly portrayed by the best of pictures.  The flowers are of large size, measuring four to six inches and sometimes eight inches in diameter.  We presume every one of our customers who sees Clematis plants in bloom each summer promises to plant some in his own yard or garden at the next opportunity.  They are especially adapted to open lawns or house fronts in the city or country.  Perfectly hardy, bearing beautiful and lasting flowers.  The three large-flowered varieties shown in this circular are, with the small-flowered, sweet-scented Paniculata, the best varieties in cultivation.
Madame Edouard Andre (Red)
The nearest approach to a bright red yet offered.  Of the Jackmani type, with large six-petaled flowers of a distinct, pleasing shade of carmine, borne in great profusion.
Plant in a sunny spot in good garden soil, dug very deep, placing the crown of the roots three inches below the surface of the soil.  We recommend the application of well-rotted manure in holes a few inches away from the plant in opposite directions.  The feeding roots reach out to these holes, which may be watered freely, with better success than when the manure is applied directly to the base of the plant.
Well rooted and Ripened Plants from 2½ inch Pots, $2.50 Per Dozen,  $15.00 Per Hundred 
Website/Catalog  (1924)  Page(s) 107.  
Madame Edouard André (Jackmani). Rouge carmin foncé velouté.
Website/Catalog  (1921)  Page(s) 61.  
Mme. Edouard André. Dark red.
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