Nieuwesteeg Rose Nursery Pty. Ltd.
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‘Amy Johnson’ (Hybrid Tea Climber) 1931. Alister Clark. A strong climber bearing double, sweetly-scented, pink blooms, recurrent.
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‘Angela Rose Taylor’ (Floribunda) 2001. Upright, bushy plant with buds of deep cream and pink, opening to creamy white flowers with a pink edging and golden stamens. Repeat flowering. A new addition to our catalogue, this rose was budded and cultivated at Nieuwesteeg Rose Nursery exclusively for The Police Association in honour of policewoman Angela Taylor who lost her life in the Russell Street bombings in 1986.
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Baxters Beauty. (Tea Rose). 1939. Alister Clark. A sport of Lorraine Lee. Flowers vary from buff to light sulphur-yellow, overlaid on the petals with splashes of light salmon-pink. It has all the good qualities of Lorraine Lee with a similar growth habit and winter flowering.
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Billy Boiler (Hybrid Tea, 1927. Alister Clark. A dazzling red rose borne of long upright shoots always crowned with a bud. A most striking pillar or bush. This variety may be incorrectly named.
Connoisseurs Rose Collection. Season 2007.
BL Linton Boy (HT) - from Bishop's Lodge, Hay, N.S.W.
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‘Black Magic’ (Large Climber) 1953 An Australian seedling of ‘Guinee’ The very fragrant flowers are blackish-crimson, mainly Spring flowering with some repeat blooms. Was for some years sold as Philanderer before its true identity was discovered.
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‘Bleak House’. (Hybrid rugosa) 1999. Fully double, fragrant, recurrent rose, flowering from October to May. Crinkled, glossy, deep green foliage which turns bronze in Autumn. Seedling of ‘Schneezwerg’ with deep cerise pink blooms. Good companion to ‘Schneezwerg’ and ‘Lily Freeman’, creating a mixed colour hedge. Grows up to 1.5 metres high and 1 metre wide.
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'Blue Boy'. (Shrub Rose) 1958 An upright bushy plant, producing large high-centred, double blooms of deep reddish-violet. Very fragrant.
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Cherub. (Hybrid Multiflora) 1923. Alister Clark. A very strong-growing climber with large trusses of blush-pink to salmon blossoms in early summer.
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Cicely Lascelles (Hybrid Tea) 1937. Alister Clark. A pillar rose carrying masses of large semi-double salmon-pink fragrant blooms, recurrent. One of Clark’s most beautiful roses.