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The Rose (Ellwanger 1882)
 
(1882)  Page(s) 203.  
 
Antheros, T., Lepage. Flesh color, shaded with yellow.
(1882)  Page(s) 204.  
 
Archimède, free [growing], T., Robert, 1856. Rosy.fawn, the centre darker ; ill-formed flowers are frequent. A good rose when in perfection, and of excellent habit.
(1882)  Page(s) 204.  
 
71. Artémise, free habit of growth. Hybrid Remontant. Moreau-Robert, 1876. Deep rose color; rather small, cupped-shaped flowers, not unlike Apolline. Only worthy of a place in very large collections.
 
(1882)  Page(s) 205.  
 
Auguste Vacher, T., Lacharme, 1853. Coppery yellow.
(1882)  Page(s) 207.  
 
Belle Fleur d'Anjou, moderate [growth], T., Touvais, 1872. Silvery-rose, large ; rather good.
(1882)  Page(s) 207.  
 
Belle Lyonnaise, vigorous, Cl.T., Levet, 1869. Raised from Gloire de Dijon. Pale, lemon-yellow ; less productive than the parent. A fine sort.
(1882)  Page(s) 207.  
 
Belle Maconnaise, free [growing], T., Ducher, 1870. Pale salmon-rose.
(1882)  Page(s) 208-209.  
 
Boieldieu, vigorous, H.R., Garçon, 1877. (sent out by Margottin-fils.) Belongs to Baronne Prévost type. Cherry-red, very large and full, flat form; will probably supersede Madame Boll. This is more productive, has slimmer wood, smaller foliage, stouter thorns than Madame Boll. the latter sort has five leaflets only, this has commonly seven; remembering this, it is easy to distinguish between them.
(1882)  Page(s) 209.  
 
Bon Silène, free [growth]. (Silène.) T. Hardy, 1839. Deep salmon-rose, illumined with carmine, medium-size, semi-double, highly scented, very free flowering. This is only desirable in the bud state ; for many years it has been a leading kind for forcing ; the English florists have not yet discovered its value.
(1882)  Page(s) 50.  
 
Bon Silène, Isabella Sprunt, and Safrano are to be chosen for their buds only;
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