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Article (magazine) published Dec 1952 by American Rose Society.
Herbet C. Swim
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In this article, Herbet C. Swim writes that in 1935, one of the objectives of Armstrong Nurseries' breeding program was "to obtain a bud form that was reasonably slender and long in proportion to its width." The result was 'Charlotte Armstrong'. Swim writes about several other roses, 'Mirandy', 'Nocturne', 'China Doll', 'Chief Seattle', 'Forty-niner', and 'Applause'.