Botanica: The illustrated A-Z of over 10,000 garden plants
(8 May 1999) Page(s) 118. Includes photo(s).
Black Boy ('Blackboy') Large-flowered Climber. Clark (Australia) 1919. 'Etoile de France' x 'Bardou Job' (or vice versa)... a popular climber in Australia... It is not as dark as the name implies, being a rich deep crimson, paler on the petal reverse, and lightening in color as the flowers age...
(8 May 1999) Page(s) 166. Includes photo(s).
City of London (HARukfore) Cluster-flowered/Floribunda. Harkness (UK) 1988. 'New Dawn' x 'Radox Bouquet'... Named for the 800th anniversary of the city's charter... a soft pink rose that fades to blush
(1999) Page(s) 772. Includes photo(s).
Rosa Banksiae thornless stems... The sweetly scented, double white flowers appear in spring in clusters of 3 to 7 flowers. The hips, borne rarely, are small and dull red...
(8 May 1999) Page(s) 636-637.
Yorkshire (KORbarkeit) Groundcover. Kordes (Germany) 1998... small clusters of semi-double white flowers that open wide like saucers... This name had to be given to a white rose, because that became the emblem of the royal house of York in the early fifteenth century and has been associated with the county of Yorkshire ever since
(8 May 1999) Page(s) 637. Includes photo(s).
Yorkshire Bank (RUtrulo, 'True Love') de Ruiter (The Netherlands) 1979. 'Pascali' x 'Peer Gynt'... a rich creamy pale yellow paling to white