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The Flower-Garden: Containing Directions for the Cultivation of all Garden Flowers (1838)  Page(s) 420.  
 
Early Summer Roses. White.
Scotch Roses. — (Rosa spinosissima.)
Marquis of Queensborough, double, cupped.

Catalogue of... Flowering Shrubs, Plants... sold by Gordon, Dermer, Forsyth, and co. (1796)  Page(s) 23.  
 
Rosa Spinosissima Var. flore variegata.  Striped Scotch Rose

The Flower-Garden: Containing Directions for the Cultivation of all Garden Flowers (1838)  Page(s) 420.  
 
Early Summer Roses. Red.
Scotch Roses. — (Rosa spinosissima.)
Duke of Hamilton, small and cupped.

Australian Rose Annual (1959)  Page(s) 17.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  Some New Roses for 1959.  
Two unusual novelties are 'Black Boy' and Blue Boy from Wm. Kordes. 'Blue Boy' is listed as a Park rose, but has all the appearance of a climber, with bluish red medium-sized blooms. Its performance will be watched with interest as the production of a really blue rose seems to be a popular desire.

Australian Rose Annual (1959)  Page(s) 17.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  Some New Roses for 1959.  
Two unusual novelties are Black Boy and Blue Boy from Wm. Kordes. 'Black Boy' has the appearance of a Moss rose, with very dark blackish-red double blooms and the typical Moss rose spines thickly covering the stems. The name is unfortunate as a very popular Climbing H.T. variety was raised by the late Mr. Alister Clark and named 'Black Boy' in 1919.

Australian Rose Annual (1959)  Page(s) 17.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  Some New Roses for 1959.  
Miss Liberty Climber. (Stuart 1956) Claimed to be one of the most perpetual flowering climbing roses yet produced. The medium sized semi-double red blooms are produced in large clusters but so far results have not been anything unusual.

Australian Rose Annual (1959)  Page(s) 17.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  Some New Roses for 1959.  
Cocktail Climber. (Meilland 1957) Single blooms of medium size in small clusters. The colour is flaming reddish orange with a prominent yellow centre. Foliage is small and clean, while the growth is very vigorous. A splendid novelty.

Australian Rose Annual (1959)  Page(s) 17.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  Some New Roses for 1959.   
Climbing Rouge Meilland (renamed 'Happiness' in U.S.A.) need no further description, and will be very welcome additions in this section.

Australian Rose Annual (1959)  Page(s) 17.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  Some New Roses for 1959.  
Climbing Moulin Rouge ....need no further description, and will be very welcome additions in this section.

Australian Rose Annual (1959)  Page(s) 17.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  Some New Roses for 1959.  
White Bouquet (Boerner 1956) Large semi-double pure white fragrant blooms produced singly or in small clusters on vigorous clean growth. The flowers are perfect in shape and attractiveness. Another winner in 1957 of the A.A.R.S. Award.
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