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The Canadian Horticulturist
(1887)  Page(s) 146.  
 
in 1863 a fine double white sort was sent over from Japan by Mr. Robert Fortunei, and named C. Fortunei after this gentleman. Though somewhat fragrant, it is surpassed in this respect by the Duchess of Edinburgh, which is now counted the best ...
 
(Nov 1881)  Page(s) 172-3.  
 
A Few Words About the Clematis.
It is hardly fair to give so lovely a plant as the Clematis a mere passing mention.  The tender, faint, silvery white of C. Lucie Lemoine, the broad gleaming white of C. Gloire de St. Julienne and Henryii, and the rich royal purple of C. Thomas Moore, Prince of Wales, patens or azurea, and Jackmani, the latter almost the best of all, come to us as a surprise; almost a miracle as we first behold their tender petals resting on masses of shining leaves.
(Nov 1881)  Page(s) 172-3.  
 
A Few Words About the Clematis.
It is hardly fair to give so lovely a plant as the Clematis a mere passing mention.  The tender, faint, silvery white of C. Lucie Lemoine, the broad gleaming white of C. Gloire de St. Julienne and Henryii, and the rich royal purple of C. Thomas Moore, Prince of Wales, patens or azurea, and Jackmani, the latter almost the best of all, come to us as a surprise; almost a miracle as we first behold their tender petals resting on masses of shining leaves.
(Nov 1881)  Page(s) 172-3.  
 
A Few Words About the Clematis.
It is hardly fair to give so lovely a plant as the Clematis a mere passing mention.  The tender, faint, silvery white of C. Lucie Lemoine, the broad gleaming white of C. Gloire de St. Julienne and Henryii, and the rich royal purple of C. Thomas Moore, Prince of Wales, patens or azurea, and Jackmani, the latter almost the best of all, come to us as a surprise; almost a miracle as we first behold their tender petals resting on masses of shining leaves.
(Nov 1881)  Page(s) 172-3.  
 
A Few Words About the Clematis.
It is hardly fair to give so lovely a plant as the Clematis a mere passing mention.  The tender, faint, silvery white of C. Lucie Lemoine, the broad gleaming white of C. Gloire de St. Julienne and Henryii, and the rich royal purple of C. Thomas Moore, Prince of Wales, patens or azurea, and Jackmani, the latter almost the best of all, come to us as a surprise; almost a miracle as we first behold their tender petals resting on masses of shining leaves.
 
(Oct 1883)  Page(s) 228-9.  
 
Not enough attention is given to the Tea Roses and Bourbons. The Hybrid Remontants justly claim our first attention when they are in their perfection; but after their first blooming is over, throughout July, August, and September, they are much less attractive than many monthly Roses. Varieties like Bougère, Gerard Desbois, Homer, Sombreuil, Madame de Vatry, Marie Van Houtte, Madame Caroline Kuster, will give a continuous supply of flowers throughout the summer and autumn.
 
(Nov 1881)  Page(s) 172-3.  
 
A Few Words About the Clematis.
It is hardly fair to give so lovely a plant as the Clematis a mere passing mention.  The tender, faint, silvery white of C. Lucie Lemoine, the broad gleaming white of C. Gloire de St. Julienne and Henryii, and the rich royal purple of C. Thomas Moore, Prince of Wales, patens or azurea, and Jackmani, the latter almost the best of all, come to us as a surprise; almost a miracle as we first behold their tender petals resting on masses of shining leaves.
 
(Nov 1881)  Page(s) 172-3.  
 
A Few Words About the Clematis.
It is hardly fair to give so lovely a plant as the Clematis a mere passing mention.  The tender, faint, silvery white of C. Lucie Lemoine, the broad gleaming white of C. Gloire de St. Julienne and Henryii, and the rich royal purple of C. Thomas Moore, Prince of Wales, patens or azurea, and Jackmani, the latter almost the best of all, come to us as a surprise; almost a miracle as we first behold their tender petals resting on masses of shining leaves.
 
(Nov 1881)  Page(s) 172-3.  
 
A Few Words About the Clematis.
It is hardly fair to give so lovely a plant as the Clematis a mere passing mention.  The tender, faint, silvery white of C. Lucie Lemoine, the broad gleaming white of C. Gloire de St. Julienne and Henryii, and the rich royal purple of C. Thomas Moore, Prince of Wales, patens or azurea, and Jackmani, the latter almost the best of all, come to us as a surprise; almost a miracle as we first behold their tender petals resting on masses of shining leaves.
 
(1892)  Page(s) 149.  
 
Among the many varieties of recent introduction, the following are a few of the greatest promise, as noted while in flower last season.
Mrs. Degraw (Bourbon). somewhat resembling Appoline, but a more abundant bloomer, more compact and dwarf, and quite as hardy...
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