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Sweet's Hortus britannicus, 1st edition (1826)  Page(s) 139.  
 
ROSACEÆ.
Garden Varieties
I. spinosissima.
140  Stronsa.

Catalogue of Plants, which are sold by Conrad Loddiges and Sons (1823)  Page(s) 33.  
 
Rosa flore pleno
Double Scots' Roses.
1199  Stronsa

A general system of gardening and botany, Vol. II (1832)  Page(s) 569.  
 
The following are the names of the Garden varieties of the Scotch Rose.
Single-flowered Scotch Roses
.*
Stronsa.

*The authors have listed as "double" only the Scotch Roses with "double" in the rose's name.

A general system of gardening and botany, Vol. II (1832)  Page(s) 568.  
 
The following are the names of the Garden varieties of the Scotch Rose.
Double Scotch Roses
.
large double yellow.

Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London (1822)  Page(s) 291.  
 
Descriptions and Account of the Varieties of Double Scotch Roses, cultivated in the Gardens of England. By Joseph Sabine, Esq. F. R. S. &c. Secretary. Read November 7th, 1820.
Approaching to this [Large Double Yellow] is another variety, of a plant which I found in the Hammersmith nursery, where it was called the Globe Double Yellow; but as it rarely opens its flowers well, it does not deserve cultivation.  It is distinguished from the preceding kind by its peduncles being quite smooth.

Old Garden Roses (1936)  Page(s) 89.  
 
Globe Double Yellow this is mentioned by various writers, but as it rarely opens its flowers it may be forgotten.

Australian Rose Annual (1932)  Page(s) 32.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  The New Roses of 1932. 
Madame Nicolas Aussel (J. Pernet Ducher) is candidly described as a Pernetiana, but if free from dying back will be a great Rose. The colour is reddish salmon, with the inevitable yellow zone at the base which has to be searched for in a full flower. The 35-45 petals are of good size and splendid texture, and build up a very fine flower. The growth is medium, but the variety should do well in dry inland areas.

A general system of gardening and botany, Vol. II (1832)  Page(s) 568.  
 
The following are the names of the Garden varieties of the Scotch Rose.
Double Scotch Roses
.
globe double yellow.

Australian Rose Annual (1932)  Page(s) 32.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  The New Roses of 1932. 
In Mrs. George Geary (Burbage, 1929) there is a variety of great promise. In this climate the best summer colour is a deep pink, but the autumn blooms show more of the orange-cerise mentioned by the raiser. The blooms are large, well shaped, and carry 35 to 40 petals. Some blooms picked in late autumn, 1931, were of the highest exhibition standard. The growth is vigorous, and the plants very free blooming, but unless well grown there is a tendency to weak stems.

Australian Rose Annual Page(s) 31.  
 
Harry H. Hazlewood.  The New Roses of 1932. 
Another variety from the same raiser is Gartendirektor Nose Kordes, 1930). This is also of strong growth, while the flowers carry 50 petals of good quality and a dark red to crimson colour, which was well held until late autumn, when blueing was noticed. In some quarters the name has been spelt Noss and Rose but it is correct as given at the commencement of the paragraph.
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