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Roses and How to Grow Them, 1928 ed.
 
(1928)  Page(s) 81.  
 
American Pillar, a cross between R. wichuraiana and R. setigera
 
(1928)  Page(s) 128-129.  
 
Jackson Dawson, for a lifetime and until his death the gardener and propagator at the famous Arnold Arboretum, near Boston, first considered the value of Rosa multiflora and R. wichuraiana as parents... [he] successfully produced (in 1888) the yet [McFarland was writing in 1929] greatly admired 'Dawson' climber. He sent out 'Lady Duncan' as probably the first Wichuraiana hybrid, and his lovely 'Wm. C. Egan' in the same year united Wichuraiana and 'General Jacqueminot'. His little-known 'Sargent' rose, described by those who have it as a glorified apple-blossom, united both multiflora and Wichuraiana with the Hybrid Perpetual blood.
 
(1928)  Page(s) 129.  
 
the lovely but not universally hardy yellow beauty, 'Emily Gray'
(1928)  Page(s) 128-129.  
 
Jackson Dawson, for a lifetime and until his death the gardener and propagator at the famous Arnold Arboretum, near Boston, first considered the value of Rosa multiflora and R. wichuraiana as parents... [he] successfully produced (in 1888) the yet [McFarland was writing in 1929] greatly admired 'Dawson' climber. He sent out 'Lady Duncan' as probably the first Wichuraiana hybrid, and his lovely 'Wm. C. Egan' in the same year united Wichuraiana and 'General Jacqueminot'. His little-known 'Sargent' rose, described by those who have it as a glorified apple-blossom, united both multiflora and Wichuraiana with the Hybrid Perpetual blood.
 
(1928)  Page(s) 128-129.  
 
Jackson Dawson, for a lifetime and until his death the gardener and propagator at the famous Arnold Arboretum, near Boston, first considered the value of Rosa multiflora and R. wichuraiana as parents... [he] successfully produced (in 1888) the yet [McFarland was writing in 1929] greatly admired 'Dawson' climber. He sent out 'Lady Duncan' as probably the first Wichuraiana hybrid, and his lovely 'Wm. C. Egan' in the same year united Wichuraiana and 'General Jacqueminot'. His little-known 'Sargent' rose, described by those who have it as a glorified apple-blossom, united both multiflora and Wichuraiana with the Hybrid Perpetual blood.
 
(1928)  Page(s) 128-129.  
 
Jackson Dawson, for a lifetime and until his death the gardener and propagator at the famous Arnold Arboretum, near Boston, first considered the value of Rosa multiflora and R. wichuraiana as parents... [he] successfully produced (in 1888) the yet [McFarland was writing in 1929] greatly admired 'Dawson' climber. He sent out 'Lady Duncan' as probably the first Wichuraiana hybrid, and his lovely 'Wm. C. Egan' in the same year united Wichuraiana and 'General Jacqueminot'. His little-known 'Sargent' rose, described by those who have it as a glorified apple-blossom, united both multiflora and Wichuraiana with the Hybrid Perpetual blood.
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