Growing Old-Fashioned Roses (Taylor)
(Oct 1996) Page(s) 88, 89. Includes photo(s).
Page 88: Adélaide d'Orléans (1826) Rambler... fat cerise buds open to medium-sized double, creamy flowers. The outer petals tinted pink and hang down in clusters like cherry blossom... named after one of [Louis Phillipe's] daughters
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Albéric Barbier (1900) Rambler... a rampantly healthy shiny-leafed evergreen rambler... lemon yellow buds... muddles double creamy blooms... it also repeat blooms now and then through the season...
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Page 88: Albertine (1921) Rambler... loosely double, fragrant coppery pink blooms... The plant has one long midsummer flowering and is strong growing but not rampant
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Aloha 1949 Climber... a better rose than its parent... clear rose pink with a deeper reverse to the petals... begins to flower early and repeats well through the summer... Foliage is healthy, dark and leathery with bronze tints...
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American Pillar (1909) Rambler... Big, single, vivid pink flowers with a pale centre are borne in clusters... a plant which is very vigorous, thorny and suckering... the leaves are luxuriant and glossy and colour well in late autumn, when it is prone to mildew.
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R. gallica officinalis ('The Apothecary's Rose') Gallica. Description... Deep pink to light red, loose semi-double flowers with prominent yellow stamens...
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Page 38: R. foetida bicolor ('Austrian Copper') Description... Big, single, poppy-like flowers are a dazzling orange-flame with yellow stamens and a dark eye. It occasionally reverts to its yellow parent, R. foetida, and you get yellow and flame flowers on the same bush... This is an important rose because it is the ancestor of all the modern bicoloured Hybrid Teas.
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