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In Praise of Ramblers
(1935)  Page(s) 112.  
 
Of the red ramblers... I like Capt. Thomas's Bloomfield Courage best of all. The flowers are small, single, very deep crimson with white centers, and literally cover the plants. They are followed by brilliant seed-pods which last well into the winter... It is said to bloom again in California...
 
(1935)  Page(s) 109.  
 
There are also dozens of sports and seedlings of Dorothy [Perkins] (Dorothy Dennison, Elizabeth Zeigler, Jean Girin, Lady Godiva, Mme. Auguste Nonin, Christian Curle, and Petit Louis are a few of them, some a little lighter in color, some a shade or two darker, some blooming a week or so earlier, others a few days later, but most of them so much like the original...
(1935)  Page(s) 111.  
 
Cinderella a darker Lady Gay
 
(1935)  Page(s) 111.  
 
Excelsa is something like Crimson Rambler but it is a healthier plant... Debutante, like a pink Crimson Rambler
(1935)  Page(s) 109.  
 
There are also dozens of sports and seedlings of Dorothy [Perkins] (Dorothy Dennison, Elizabeth Zeigler, Jean Girin, Lady Godiva, Mme. Auguste Nonin, Christian Curle, and Petit Louis are a few of them, some a little lighter in color, some a shade or two darker, some blooming a week or so earlier, others a few days later, but most of them so much like the original...
 
(1935)  Page(s) 109, 110, 111.  
 
p. 109: There are also dozens of sports and seedlings of Dorothy [Perkins] p. 109: (Dorothy Dennison, Elizabeth Zeigler, Jean Girin, Lady Godiva, Mme. Auguste Nonin, Christian Curle, and Petit Louis are a few of them, some a little lighter in color, some a shade or two darker, some blooming a week or so earlier, others a few days later, but most of them so much like the original...
p. 110: [on Cape Cod, what looks like Dorothy Perkins is probably Lady Gay] as Walsh's nursery, where it originated, is near here...
p. 111: Lady Gay is a perfect understudy for Dorothy Perkins
(1935)  Page(s) 109.  
 
There are also dozens of sports and seedlings of Dorothy [Perkins] (Dorothy Dennison, Elizabeth Zeigler, Jean Girin, Lady Godiva, Mme. Auguste Nonin, Christian Curle, and Petit Louis are a few of them, some a little lighter in color, some a shade or two darker, some blooming a week or so earlier, others a few days later, but most of them so much like the original...
(1935)  Page(s) 111.  
 
Evangeline produces huge sprays of wild-rose pink, single flowers
 
(1935)  Page(s) 111.  
 
Excelsa is something like Crimson Rambler but it is a healthier plant.
(1935)  Page(s) 110.  
 
Flower of Fairfield, a sport of 'Crimson Rambler', appeared in Germany in 1909. It produced a few flowers after the usual blooming season, and was widely heralded as an everblooming 'Crimson Rambler', but it never became popular, and is rarely seen today [1935] although a few nurseries still list it.
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