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Gardening with Old Roses
(Nov 1993)  Page(s) 59.  
 
Angel Face it has a lot of attributes that make it fit well with old roses. Rich mauve with a lavender-lilac tone, the petals have a lightly frilled edge that is slightly darker in colour... spicy fragrance...
 
(Nov 1993)  Includes photo(s).
 
p111 Before leaving the Rugosas and their marvellous hips, we should mention a New Zealand rose, ‘Anne Endt’, an R. foliolosa Rugosa hybrid. Growing to a height of 1.8m, this sprawling shrub has a more fern-like quality to its leaves than the other Rugosas. The single-petalled flowers are of rich magenta with golden stamens, and they set deep red hips, smaller than most Rugosas. A lovely sprawling but graceful rose, it is well worth growing, but beware – it will sucker for miles, so always choose a budded plant.

p112 'Anne Endt' - photo of hips.

p170. Anne Endt’, unknown [date]. Hybrid Foliolosa, single magenta, hips, scented, recurrent.
(Nov 1993)  Page(s) 11, 15.  
 
Page 11: Physicians discovered that the petals kept their perfume when dried and that it was a useful astringent. Later, this variety, R. gallica officinalis, became known as the 'Rose of Provins', when it was adopted by the French who founded a thriving industry at Provins based on various conserves made from its dried petals.
Page 15: The House of Lancaster had used the red rose R. gallica officinalis [as its emblem] since the time of Henry IV
 
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(Nov 1993)  Page(s) 59.  
 
Arthur Bell Sam McGredy 1965... warm yellow loosely double flowers with a very rich perfume... foliage appears to be disease-resistant...
 
(Nov 1993)  Page(s) 62.  
 
Bredon soft apricot-buff-yellow flowers of similar form to 'Prospero'...
 
(Nov 1993)  Page(s) 36.  Includes photo(s).
 
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(Nov 1993)  Page(s) 61.  
 
Prospero a small compact plant, with the flowers held directly upright in clusters... [when open the flowers] change colour to a deep warm violet-burgundy-red... it flowers constantly in a warm climate, although it is said not to perform well in colder areas...
 
(Nov 1993)  Page(s) 37.  Includes photo(s).
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