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Peter Schneider on Roses
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 159.  
 
Abraham Darby (AUScot) Austin (England) 1985. English Rose. Description... coppery apricot blooms with pink and yellow undertones... the most diesase-resistant of the English Roses Schneider has grown... named for an industrial revolutionary who was famous for building iron bridges in nineteenth-century Britain...
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 29.  
 
Asso di Cuori (KORed, 'Ace of Hearts', 'Toque Rouge') Hybrid Tea. Kordes (Germany) 1981... This scentless, crimson crossover rose is successful in the garden as well as the greenhouse for which it was bred...
 
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 84.  
 
Acey Deucy (SAVathree) Miniature. Saville (USA) 1982. Description... red... an ideal miniature standard rose...
 
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 84.  
 
Adam's Smile (SAVarend, SAVasmile) Miniature. Saville (USA) 1991. Description... disease-resistant... deep pink blooms with a creamy yellow base...
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 149.  Includes photo(s).
 
Agnes Hybrid Rugosa. Saunders (Canada) 1900. Description... the first yellow rugosa...
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 94.  
 
Altissimo (DELmur) Climber. Delbard-Chabert (France) 1966. Description... seven petals, brilliant blood red, constant bloom, very healthy and hardy... The name Altissimo is the subject of a trademark dispute in Canada, so Canadians, and the many Americans who buy their roses by mail from Canadian nurseries, may have to look for this variety under its code name of DELmur or the bastardized name of "Altus"...
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 28-29.  
 
American Dream (WINbur) Hybrid Tea. Winchel (USA) 1987... a good garden rose that is especially successful in the South. In 1986, 'American Dream' became the first gold medal certificate winner at the American Rose Center trial grounds... [however] all of the plants introduced into commerce have been infected with mosaic virus...
 
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 84.  
 
Angel Darling Miniature. Moore (USA) 1976. Description... an otherwise dull, dusty mauve color is brought to life by spectacular golden stamens...
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 137.  Includes photo(s).
 
Angelica (KORday, 'Angela') Kordes (Germany) 1984. Shrub. Description... completely healthy, winter hardy, and almost never off bloom... 'Angelica' is not patented in the United States, and anyone who wants one will find it easy to grow from cuttings and very happy on its own roots... rich, pure pink, shading to white at its center, with a lighter reverse... In Japan, it is sold as a climber...
(Mar 1995)  Page(s) 89.  
 
Anna Ford (HARpiccolo) Patio. Harkness (England) 1980. Description... deep orange, requires winter protection, named for a BBC television news anchor...
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