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The First Gallicas Raised in France: 1804-1815
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Napoleon Before 1790... one of 15 Dutch gallicas that definitely or probably originated in the Low Countries and which are still in cultivation today
 
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Ombre superbe Before 1811... one of 15 Dutch gallicas that definitely or probably originated in the Low Countries and which are still in cultivation today
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Ornement de la nature Before 1814... one of 15 Dutch gallicas that definitely or probably originated in the Low Countries and which are still in cultivation today
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Petit Saint François, Lindley's R. parvifolia... one of the few gallicas Jacques-Louis Descemet had in his nursery in Paris in 1785...
 
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Rosa gallica named thus by Linnaeus in 1759 because a specimen had been sent to him from France...
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R. gallica 'versicolor' Filassier at Clamart near Paris offered it in his 1785 catalogue at a price five times that of simple R. gallica...
 
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Soleil Brillant Before 1790... one of 15 Dutch gallicas that definitely or probably originated in the Low Countries and which are still in cultivation today
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Velours pourpre Before 1811... one of 15 Dutch gallicas that definitely or probably originated in the Low Countries and which are still in cultivation today
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