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Lyon Rose rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
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Uploaded 5 MAY 14
Lyon Rose rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
From Rose Growing Made Easy, by J. L. Lockley. 1916 edition, page 144. Caption: 'Lyon Rose'. One of the newer Pernetiana class. Lyon is a love salmon and shrimp pink color.
Uploaded 13 APR 12
Lyon Rose rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
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Uploaded 5 MAY 14
Lyon Rose rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Warren Millington
Deniliquin NSW Australia 16th Feb 2012 Spring and early Summer blooms were similar in form to those listed here, its amzing how a cultivar can change its bloom structure over a short period of time
Uploaded 16 FEB 12
Lyon Rose rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
2 favorite votes.  
Uploaded 5 MAY 14
Lyon Rose rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of 16-Eichen-Rosenschätze
in our garden at 16 Eichen
3 favorite votes.  
Uploaded 30 JUN 10
Lyon Rose rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
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Uploaded 5 MAY 14
Lyon Rose rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
Lyon Rose - No 41 from 1912 Wills's Cigarette Rose Cards (set of 50 cards). Text on reverse: LYON ROSE. (Hybrid Tea). Introduced in 1907, this variety, although classed with the Hybrid Teas, is really a Hybrid Briar, and is a distinct and beautiful addition to the section. The colour is really a variable shrimp pink, with coral red centre shaded with chrome yellow—a combination of colouring impossible to reproduce. A good exhibition or garden rose, very fragrant, and fairly hardy.
Uploaded 17 FEB 10
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