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'Miss Ingram' rose References
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 361.  
Ingram, Miss (HP) Ingram 1867; white, shaded light flesh-colour, pink centre.large, doule, globular, growth 7/10.
Book  (1906)  Page(s) 121.  
7.852.  Miss Ingram,  Hybride Remontant,  Ingram 1867  carné
Book  (1885)  Page(s) 35.  
ROSA, Linn.; Rose.
Garden Varieties—
Miss Ingram; hybrid perpetual. Plant in Acclimatisation Society's Grounds, Bowen Park and in Brisbane Botanic Garden.
Book  (1882)  Page(s) 28.  
Miss ingram... Chine Hybride. Ingram. 1868 Blanc carné. Fleur grande. Plante vigoureuse.
Magazine  (Sep 1878)  Page(s) 205.  
The Hybrid China (Rosa indica hybrida).  This section embraces those varieties which have originated from crossing the China, Tea-scented, and Noisette, with the French, Provence, and others.  They are mostly vigorous growers, continue for some time in bloom, and several are well adapted for pole or pillar Roses.  The following list includes a few of the most popular varieties:
Miss Ingram — Flowers delicate blush white, large, full, and globular.
Website/Catalog  (1874)  Page(s) 44.  
1425.  C. Miss Ingram bluish white
Website/Catalog  (1873)  Page(s) 40.  
Hybrid Perpetual Roses
Miss Ingram  (Hybrid China) Delicate blush white, deeper tinge of blush towards the centre, outside petals nearly white; flowers large, shape exquisite, habit good.
Website/Catalog  (1873)  Page(s) 23.  
Miss Ingram  white, blush centre
Magazine  (16 Mar 1872)  Page(s) 364.  
Mr. Ingram raised several good Roses, the last and most beautiful named after a member of his family, Miss Ingram.
Magazine  (Jun 1869)  Page(s) 187.  
Horticultural Affairs.
Royal Horticultural Society's Rose Show, May 8.
Mr. C. Turner was first with twelve new roses of 1867-8, having Baroness Rothschild, fine, large, and globular, pink; Duchesse d'Aoste, deep pink, large finely-shaped flowers; La France, pink, not so good as Baronesse Rothschild; Madame Alice Dureau, in the way of Anna Alexieff; Pitord, dark velvety purple, rather too open in the centre when fully expanded; Souvenir de Francoise Ponsard, poor, flat flower, not worth growing; Reine du Portugal, fine large tea rose, with coppery-yellow flowers; Reine du Midi, large and full, bright rose, fine; Miss Ingram, very richly coloured, fully realizing all that has been said in its favour.
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