A lot, I think, is in a name!
In today's seed trade a name can make or break a sale I have read. But how can you ignore names from the 19th century that are so magnificently awkward to our ears?
(Plus, the word bloched has added a "t" in the last 100 years.)
How about Bugnot's for a name?
Was there a Mr. Bugnot, famous for pansies? I'll have to look and see. :-)