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'Marie Sisley' rose Reviews & Comments
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most recent 7 AUG 09 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 7 AUG 09 by Sandie Maclean
FLORAL MAGAZINE
REV. H. HONYWOOD DOMBRAIN, A.B.
VOL. VIII
1869
Plate 459.
TEA-ROSE— MADEMOISELLE MARIE SISLEY.
The rose we now figure is one of the most distinct of this
class that has been raised for many years. The ground-colour
is a most delicate primrose-yellow, and each petal is edged with
bright pink, a combination of colour rarely seen, and, as we can
testify from our own observation (as we have had it growing
in our garden), most charming. The habit of the plant is
vigorous, and, like the rest of its race, very free-flowering, con-
tinuing in bloom up to very late in the season. It was raised
by Mons. Guillot fils, the successful raiser of Mademoiselle
Adrienne Christophle, figured in our October number.
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