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"Vestey's Yellow Tea" rose Description
Photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
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Yellow, ages to white .  Sets hips.  10 to 12 petals.  Semi-double (9-16 petals) bloom form.  
Height of 47" to 5' 11" (120 to 180 cm).  
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"Vestey's Yellow Tea" found in Victoria.
"Dr. Russell's Yellow" found in South Australia.
"Mulvay Rose" found in Western Australia by Rose Marsh

Possible identifications
'Mme. Chedane Guinoisseau'1880.
'Gustave-Regis' 1890. Said to be a semi-climber with sometimes red on an outer petal or two.
'Mme. Pernet-Ducher', 1891
'Sulphurea', 1900
'Vanity', Halstead 1901
'Melody', Scott, 1911.
'Luna', 1925.

Discounted or rejected
‘Canari’ 1852 No evidence of this entering Australia.
'Tipperary' 1917. This was borne solitary.
'Beryl', 1898 [Tea Roses , p195]. "does not match early descriptions"
'Comtesse de Frigneuse' 1885. [Tea Roses , p195]. "does not match early descriptions"
'Mme. Chedane Guinoisseau' 1880. [Tea Roses , p195]. "does not match early descriptions"
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