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'Miss Ingram' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 96-659
most recent 1 JAN 17 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 1 JAN 17 by CybeRose
Journal of Horticulture and Practical Gardening, 14: 112 (Feb 10, 1887)
Hybrid Tea Roses
D., Deal

Such Roses as Miss Ingram, which was for many years considered a Hybrid Perpetual, should not be admitted amongst them, as it is essentially a summer Rose;
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Discussion id : 36-754
most recent 29 MAY 09 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 29 MAY 09 by Sandie Maclean
THE FLORAL MAGAZINE 1867
Miss Ingram-Hybrid Perpetual
Miss Ingram owes its origin to one who has been long known
as a successful hybridizer of fruits and flowers — Mr. Ingram,
the veteran gardener of the Royal Gardens, Frogmore, — and
will, perhaps, more tend to perpetuate his name and fame as a
raiser, than any of his former productions. It was first exhibited
this season at the Royal Botanic Society's June show,
where it received a first-class certificate ; and wherever it has
been shown since, it has received a similar award. It was very
greatly admired by all who saw it at this show, and also at the
Royal Horticultural Society and Crystal Palace Exhibitions,
and has been pronounced by some of our most celebrated
rosarians as a Rose of first-rate qualities.
It possesses an admirable contour, as much cupped as the old
Cabbage Rose, the colour being a delicate blush-white, with
a deeper tinge of blush in the centre of the flower.
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