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Cà Berta
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Initial post 11 MAY by Cà Berta
Catalogo Nicola Gribaudo 1901 page 27

Noisette rampicante
Napoleone Magne (Puyravaud ) pianta rampicante, bottone allungato, fiore grande, doppio, bianco sfumato giallo, di molto effetto, extra
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Initial post 11 MAY by Cà Berta
The photos of Ricordo di Geo Chavez either in or ex Sangerhausen depict a rose violet pink which significantly differs from the description in the references (vivid carmine pink, reverse whitish). They look like the original description of Stella di Bologna , another rose by Lodi . Apparently it looks as the labels of the two roses were traded in Sangerhausen.
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L’agriculteur praticien revue de l’agriculture francaise et etrangere 1844 page 183

Rosiers hybrides remontants
.. Marquise Virginie Boccella, blanc rosé
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 10 APR by Cà Berta
The reason of the large dimension of the “Italian” Sanguinea is probably the existing confusion between Sanguinea and Miss Lowe’s rose. I suspect that most of the Italian former are, in fact, the latter rose (or Bengal Fire).
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 10 APR by Andrew from Dolton
I am growing 'Sanguinea' for the first time this year in my own garden, it is almost in flower now, I just can't wait to see it!
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 10 APR by jedmar
See also Fred Boutin's comments for 'Miss Lowe's Variety'.
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Reply #4 of 3 posted 10 APR by Andrew from Dolton
There is a good picture of 'Sanguinea' and 'Miss Lowe's' variety together in Roger Phillips/Martyn Rix's Quest for the Rose book.
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