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Stewart, T. G. - catalogue (Box Hill, Victoria, Australia)
(1941)  Page(s) 2.  
Agnes Barclay (H.T.) A beautiful Rose of rich yellow and reddish salmon tints. Well-shaped bud, having a tea scent. Most beautiful in autumn and winter.
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Amy Johnson (H.T.) – Named after the great lady aviator, commemorating her landing in Australia. Vigorous, healthy grower, with good foliage. Sweetly-scented blooms of a beautiful pink shade. Pillar or large Bush Rose.,
(1941)  Page(s) 1.  
'Apricot Queen' (H.T.) (Howard & Smith 1940). Orange and apricot at base of petals. Merging to salmony-rose and phlox-pink in the fully developed bloom. The bud is long pointed and the growth is strong. Dwarf 2/6 each.
(1941)  Page(s) 2.  
Barcelona (H.T.)  (W. Kordes & Sohne).  Very strong, upright, bushy growth with  healthy foliage.  Large full blooms of good form carried on erect stem.   Colour deep crimson with velvety shadings.    Strong old rose perfume.
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Baxter Beauty. (H.G.). (G. L. Cole). A yellow sport of Lorraine Lee having the same characteristics as its parent, except as to colour.

[note G. L. Cole ran ‘Rosalton Nurseries’, Tower Road, Mt. Eliza, Victoria and advertised in the Australian Rose Annual 1941-xix and 1943-xxiii]
(1941)  Page(s) 2.  
Beatrice McGregor (HT) (Alister Clark) – Is a well formed, full, dark red rose, bred from ‘Sensation’ of glorious colour and scent. Constant and healthy.
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Billy Boiler (HT). Striking semi-double red. A very vigorous grower and free flowerer. Makes a fine Pillar Rose.
(1941)  Page(s) 14.  
Borderer – pink, shaded with copper and amber. Very dwarf, spreading habit. Good foliage. Double and beautifully perfumed.
(1941)  Page(s) 11.  
Bushfire (Wich. Ramb.) Bright, rich crimson, with yellow base. Growth very strong.
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Busybody (H.T.) This name aptly describes the Rose. It grows into a compact bush, producing an endless quantity of blooms. The colour is a rich orange-yellow.
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