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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
From 1926 series of Wills's cigarette cards (No 29) LOS ANGELES. (Hybrid Tea.) The best "general utility'' rose yet introduced. It is a vigorous and persistent grower, very free flowering from the middle of June until quite late in the autumn, and a most valuable decorative rose. The flowers are all perfectly formed, carried on long elegant stems, and are very sweetly scented. Should be pruned to within four "eyes" early in March. Introduced in 1916, and is worthy of a place in every garden.
Uploaded 6 MAR 09
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Robert Neil Rippetoe
Rancho Mirage, CA 10-18-07 This specimen budded as a gift to Greg Lowery and Phillip Robinson on a rootstock of 'Cardinal Hume'.
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Rose photo courtesy of AK
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Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
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Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Robert Neil Rippetoe
Rancho Mirage, CA 10-18-07 This specimen budded as a gift to Greg Lowery and Phillip Robinson on a rootstock of 'Cardinal Hume'.
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Robert Neil Rippetoe
Rancho Mirage, CA 10-18-07 This specimen budded as a gift to Greg Lowery and Phillip Robinson on a rootstock of 'Cardinal Hume'.
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
Photo from Hardy Trees Shrubs, Roses and Plants, catalogue of Knight and Bostwick, Newark, New York State, 1926. Catalogue entry reads: LOS ANGELES. An American production that created a great sensation. Worthy of a place in every American garden. Petals are a bright pink shading to rich yellow at base. Form of flower is perfect, not opening too promptly. Growth is very strong.
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