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Tonner's Fancy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Eric Timewell
Two photos taken on the same morning with the same camera of the two versions of Tonner's Fancy: This one smaller, double, Malmaison pink, called by John Nieuwesteeg "Not Tonner's Fancy". Bulla, on a box type frame on the western side of the central path, 11 October 2015. Glenara clone
Uploaded 10 OCT 15
Tonner's Fancy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
'Tonner's Fancy' From "Australian Roses", by Peter Cox, 1997. Page 11.
Tonner's Fancy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Eric Timewell
Two photos taken on the same morning with the same camera of the two versions of Tonner's Fancy: This one open and creamy and is the rose John Nieuwesteeg regards as the true 'Tonner's Fancy'. Bulla, in the orchard area down near the shed, 11 October 2015. Thelangerin clone
Uploaded 10 OCT 15
Tonner's Fancy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
'Tonner's Fancy'. From "Susan Irvine's Rose Gardens", 1997, between pages 226-227
Tonner's Fancy rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Eric Timewell
Early October. The garden has both forms of Tonner's Fancy: this one is more open and creamy, the other more double and pinkish. This rose is the one regarded by John Nieuwesteeg as the true Tonner's Fancy. Bulla, in the orchard area down near the shed. Thelangerin clone
Uploaded 2 OCT 15
Tonner's Fancy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
Photo of 'Tonner's Fancy' from the Australian Rose Annual 1928, p 41. Caption: TONNER"S FANCY. Raised by Mr. Alister Clark, "Glenara," Bulla, Victoria. Gigantea hybrid. Spring-flowering Climbing Rose, extra vigorous in growth, foliage practically evergreen, and immune from disease. Flower double, well shaped. Colour white, tinted blush.
Tonner's Fancy rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of hmfusr
25 November 2013 18:48 Werribee State Rose Garden
Uploaded 18 DEC 13
Tonner's Fancy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
Photo of 'Tonner's Fancy' from Gill & Searle nursery advertisement in The Australian Rose Annual 1928, p vii "NEW CLIMBING ROSE - "TONNER'S FANCY" Raised by Alister Clark. Esq. Splendid decorative Rose. Colour: Light Cream. Full and neatly pointed flowers with delicate pink centre. Mildew-proof, and lasts nearly a week when cut. Gil & Searle Pty. Ltd., sole distributors."
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