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Huntington Art Gallery and Botanical Gardens Archive 2004
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Initial post 5 MAR 12 by Kim Rupert
At the time of this inventory and archival "snap shot", the following roses also grew in this garden. Most are found roses for which no other printed references have yet been found.

Angels Camp Prince Cream
Angels Camp Romingii Pink Tea
Auguste Victoria - deep yellow HT
Darlow Pink Moss
Dennis Home Coral-Pink China
El Dorado Cemetary Stanford Tea
El Dorado China
Fiddletown Pink Tea .
Gold Hill - found, light yellow Tea
Goubault - pink 1859 Bourbon/China Guillot
Jenifer Sanders - yellow blend 1998 Hybrid Tea Martin
Kennedy Yellow Cl. Tea
Morton-Goree - red China
Mount Vernon Pink Noisette
Mrs. McDuffie's Multiflora - white species
Myrtle Sullin's Pink Tea
Orinda Westside Rd. White Tea
Pat Turner's Musk - light pink species
Placerville China - red China
Texas November Surprise - yellow Tea
White Bonbon - white sport of Bonbon
Reply #1 of 2 posted 8 APR 19 by Patricia Routley
Kim, I am grateful you recorded these details.
Re the second rose, “Angels Camp Romingii Pink Tea”. I note Macoboy has written about a tea “Angel’s Camp”, syn Ronningii” and I have added this reference to “Angels’ Camp Pink Tea”.

Now I am wondering if the file “Angels’ Camp Bourbon” syn “Romaggi Plot Bourbon” is the same as
“Angels’ Camp Pink Tea” syn “Prince Plot Tea” and could they be merged?
Romaggii....Romingii...Ronningii...seems to suggest they could.
Reply #2 of 2 posted 8 APR 19 by Kim Rupert
I'm not honestly sure, Patricia. I am not familiar with the actual roses. Jill Perry, perhaps Cass Bernstein, would be better to make that decision. I'm glad documenting their names has helped.
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