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Origin of Rose Types
 
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 34.  
 
Adam (or 'President')... salmon-pink... the first of the so-called tea rose family... Adam (or 'President')... salmon-pink... the first of the so-called tea rose family... ['Adam'] and 'Mme. Bravy' ('Alba Rosea' or 'Mme. Sertot') and Mme. St. Joseph' were primarily greenhouse roses but were used extensively in the breeding of the early hybrid teas which were the result of crosses between this class [Tea Roses] and the hybrid perpetuals.
 
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 34.  
 
Authorities differ as to whether 'La France' or 'Cheshunt Hybrid' was the first hybrid tea.
 
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 35.  
 
Gustav [sic] Regis (1890) the first good yellow [Hybrid Tea]
 
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 34.  
 
Authorities differ as to whether 'La France' or 'Cheshunt Hybrid' was the first hybrid tea.
 
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 35.  
 
La France Parentage: 'Mme. Bravy' x 'Mme. Victor Verdier'... produces intensely fragrant, attractive flowers over a long period...
 
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 34.  
 
Adam (or 'President')... salmon-pink... the first of the so-called tea rose family... ['Adam'] and 'Mme. Bravy' ('Alba Rosea' or 'Mme. Sertot') and Mme. St. Joseph' were primarily greenhouse roses but were used extensively in the breeding of the early hybrid teas which were the result of crosses between this class [Tea Roses] and the hybrid perpetuals.
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 34.  
 
Adam (or 'President')... salmon-pink... the first of the so-called tea rose family... ['Adam'] and 'Mme. Bravy' ('Alba Rosea' or 'Mme. Sertot') and 'Mme. St. Joseph' were primarily greenhouse roses but were used extensively in the breeding of the early hybrid teas which were the result of crosses between this class [Tea Roses] and the hybrid perpetuals.
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 35.  
 
Meteor (1887) the first [good] red [Hybrid Tea]
 
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 35.  
 
[Henry] Bennett sent out ['Nancy Lee'] in 1879
(4 Mar 1950)  Page(s) 34.  
 
Princess Helene [sic] (Laffay 1837) [probably the first Hybrid Perpetual]
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