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The Complete Book Of Roses
 
(1994)  Page(s) 111.  
 
Alchemist (Shrub Rose) 1958. A vigorous very double fragrant yellow with shades of orange...
 
(1994)  Page(s) 163.  
 
Alchymist Climber. Kordes 1956. Fully double flowers that are perhaps best described as a confection of yellow, orange, pink and red, the relative dominance of the different shades tending to change with the weather...
(1994)  Page(s) 130.  
 
Alec's Red Description... Bright crimson flowers, very large and very double. Highly perfumed...
(1994)  Page(s) 131.  
 
Alexander Description... The brightest of all vermilion roses... quite disease resistant...
(1994)  Page(s) 117.  
 
Amber Queen Floribunda. Description... Probably one of the most successful roses raised by Jack Harkness... In all it has won 21 top awards in 10 countries... a soft double-whiskey amber...
(1994)  Page(s) 118.  
 
Angel Face Description... mauve/lavender... It has been one of the widely grown Floribundas in the United States for over 20 years, but strangely enough it did not infiltrate Europe... It is a colour that has not been repeated successfully in the Floribundas...
(1994)  Page(s) 113.  
 
Angelina Description... single bright rose pink...
 
(1994)  Page(s) 118.  
 
Anisley Dickson Description... one of the finest possible Floribundas for garden show, for cutting or exhibiting... it was named after Pat Dickson's wife... However, someone somewhere decided to call it 'Dicky', a name that it still labours under in the United States and Europe. Now everyone believes it should have retained its family name and the main producers in the United States, Edmunds Roses, refuse to deviate from that... salmon-pink or a warm coral...
 
(1994)  Page(s) 118.  
 
Ann Aberconway Description... The flowers begin with spricot yellow.. cut them early... as the flower ages, so it fades fairly rapidly...
 
(1994)  Page(s) 118.  
 
Anna Livia Description... A rose that has been so widely accepted that it is named for 'Trier' in Germany, 'Sandton' in Johannesburg and the 'River Liffey' in Dublin, which James Joyce once called 'Anna Livia'... orange-pink...
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