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The American Agriculturist
 
(Aug 1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Advertisements...Roses exhibited by William R. Prince & Co., June 25th, 1845.
China.—Archduke Charles, Tancrede, Abelard, Miranda, Darius, Mioland, Reine des Belges, La Superbe, Le Camoens, Jeune Arcole, Caroline de Berri, Hermine, Joseph Deschiens, Roi de Hollande, Menes, Vilmorin.
(1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Hybrid China....Abelard...
 
(Aug 1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Advertisements...Roses exhibited by William R. Prince & Co., June 25th, 1845.
China.—Archduke Charles, Tancrede, Abelard, Miranda, Darius, Mioland, Reine des Belges, La Superbe, Le Camoens, Jeune Arcole, Caroline de Berri, Hermine, Joseph Deschiens, Roi de Hollande, Menes, Vilmorin.
(Aug 1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Advertisements...Roses exhibited by William R. Prince & Co., June 25th, 1845.
China.—Archduke Charles, Tancrede, Abelard, Miranda, Darius, Mioland, Reine des Belges, La Superbe, Le Camoens, Jeune Arcole, Caroline de Berri, Hermine, Joseph Deschiens, Roi de Hollande, Menes, Vilmorin.
 
(1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Prince's Linnaean Botanic Garden...Hyb. Perpetuals...Aubernon...
(1844)  Page(s) 371.  
 
By the steamship Britannia wea re in receipt we are in receipt of our European journals to the 5th of November....
Prairie Roses.- This is a new group of climbing roses, which promises to be of much interest. Mr. Samuel Feast, of Baltimore, U.S., has had the pleasure of raising the abovenamed varieties from the seed of the single Michigan rose, rosa rubifolia; they are all of vigorous habits, making shoots in one season more than 12 feet in length. No. 3 is the most perfect and beautiful of the whole, giving clusters of flowers containing from twelve to twenty each; at first they are finely cupped; in a day or two they become imbricated, like those of the Duke of Devonshire. It seems to resist the hottest sunshine, and the flowers remain on the plant for a longer period than usual with any other rose: in wet weather, however, they are not at all bright in color, as was the case with some that bloomed the past summer; this has been named also Beauty of the Prairies. Rivers is that name given to it by Mr. Feast. No. 2 only occasionally gives autumnal flowers. No. 1, owing to most of the imported plants dying, is more scarce than the other varieties. All these roses are pefectly hardy; they will form fine pillars and pendulous standards.- Catalogue of Selected Roses by T. Rivers.
(Aug 1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Advertisements...Roses exhibited by William R. Prince & Co., June 25th, 1845.
China.—Archduke Charles, Tancrede, Abelard, Miranda, Darius, Mioland, Reine des Belges, La Superbe, Le Camoens, Jeune Arcole, Caroline de Berri, Hermine, Joseph Deschiens, Roi de Hollande, Menes, Vilmorin.
 
(1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Hyb. Chinese...De Chenedolé...
(1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Prince's Linnaean Botanic Garden....Hyb. Perpetual.- Clementine Duval...
(Aug 1846)  Page(s) 263.  
 
Advertisements...Roses exhibited by William R. Prince & Co., June 25th, 1845.
China.—Archduke Charles, Tancrede, Abelard, Miranda, Darius, Mioland, Reine des Belges, La Superbe, Le Camoens, Jeune Arcole, Caroline de Berri, Hermine, Joseph Deschiens, Roi de Hollande, Menes, Vilmorin.
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