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Roses for English Gardens
 
(1987)  Page(s) 267.  
 
...and there are two more of its [Gloire des Rosomanes] seedlings worth mention-Bardou Job, which has merit, though it is not a winter bloomer...
 
(1987)  Page(s) 376.  
 
Bardou Job (H.T).-Crimson ; vigorous ; bears large beautifully shaded flowers which are almost single. (Autumn-flowering)
 
(1987)  Page(s) 108.  
 
A good choice for a pillar. In its way there is as yet nothing better. Its origin is not clearly known, but it seems to be related to the China Roses. Pink, deeper at the center.
(1987)  Page(s) 24.  
 
Rugosa hybrid... The whitest rose of any known. One of the best roses. It blooms summer through and well into autumn. Rich, deep green foliage.
 
(1987)  Page(s) 39.  
 
Flowers: double. Strong bushes. A good rose for all gardens. One of the best gallicas.
 
(1987)  Page(s) 39.  
 
Grows into very strong bushes... is a good Rose for all gardens. It will put up with any treatment. [Jekyll] has it on the top of a dry wall where it tumbles over in the prettiest way and blooms even more freely than the bushes on the level.
 
(1987)  Page(s) 55, 171.  Includes photo(s).
 
Page 55: Jekyll lists it under Pompons of the Centifolia Class.
Page 171: [Photo]
(1987)  Page(s) 24.  
 
This, with the white 'Schneelicht' and the pretty white 'Fimbriata', are among the most charming of the rugosa varieties.
(1987)  Page(s) 272-3.  
 
Fiammetta Nabonnand is a very good flesh-white Rose, as indeed are all those that are named after the Nabonnand family, particularly for winter blooming [in the Riviera].
(1987)  Page(s) 24.  
 
['Conrad Ferdinand Meyer'] with the white 'Schneelicht' and the pretty white 'Fimbriata', are among the most charming of the rugosa varieties.
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