Australian introductions include:
White, blue lavender, lemon, gold blend. (Blyth, 1998).
S kiss' Lavender standards, yellow falls with lavender edges.
Creamy white, deep gold signal. (p. Evans, 1997).
Violet with bronze shading on falls.
Yellow and brown.
Violet and gold. (Blyth, 1993).
Tall, lavender and cream. (Blyth, 2000).
Taller, bigger, earlier flowering than the similar 'Goldmania'. (Blyth, 2000).
Gold variety used for floral art. (Blyth, 1989).
Golden yellow with brown veins.
Honey overlaid with bronze. (Sylva, 1996).
Pale purple standards, bronze falls.
Chocolate brown. (Blyth, 1993).
Ruffled powder blue violet with purple veins. (Blyth, 1999).
Lavender blue and gold. (Blyth, 1993).
Lavender blue and creamy white. (p. Evans, 1997).
Pastel lavender, blue and gold. (Blyth, 1993).
Very tall deep violet standards and pale violet falls. (p. Evans, 1997).
Ruffled deep smoky lavender purple with gold signals. (Evans, 1997).
Navy blue with gold signals. (Blyth, 1993).
Pretty laced lemon with deeper gold line. (Blyth, 2000).
Violet to violet-black standards with gold and brown falls. (Blyth, 1999).