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Sunburst rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Beth's Northern CA Rose Garden
07 August 17
Uploaded 7 AUG
Sunburst rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Conard & Jones 1916
Uploaded 19 AUG 14
Sunburst rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of scvirginia
photo of Sunburst from Holmes' Commercial Rose Culture, 1911, p.57
Uploaded 26 JUL
Sunburst rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
From Rose Growing Made Easy, by J. L. Lockley. 1916 edition, page 62. Caption: 'Sunburst' (HT), one of the newer yellow roses. This rose is a beautiful thing for home decoration. while the flower is not very large, it has a very pleasing colour.
Uploaded 13 APR 12
Sunburst rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of scvirginia
photo of Sunburst from Holmes' Commercial Rose Culture, 1911, p.15
Uploaded 26 JUL
Sunburst rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
From 1913 series of Wills's cigarette cards (No 97) Text on reverse of card: SUNBURST. (Hybrid Tea.) The flowers are large and fairly full, with nice elongated cupped form, carried, singly on long erect stems. An ideal rose for decorative purposes, having few thorns and delightful foliage. Excellent for pot culture or for bedding, but not large enough for exhibition. Should be sparingly pruned, and prefers a medium loam soil. Introduced in 1912.
Uploaded 24 AUG 11
Sunburst rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Beth's Northern CA Rose Garden
07 JUNE 17
Uploaded 11 JUN
Sunburst rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Cass
Photo from Commerical Rose Culture Under Glass And Outdoors (1911), p. 58.
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