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Über Nordlandrosen
(1910)  Page(s) 33.  
 
Asta von Parpart which was commercialized this year by Mr. Lambert is one of the first of my Northland-Roses....
(1910)  Page(s) 33.  
 
I have given last year cuttings of following Northland-roses to the Society's Garden in Sangerhausen: Freya, Griseldis, Siwa, Wachhilde. These are not Elite-Roses, but still well double, vigorous, repeating richly until winter, and good seed-bearers, therefore quite sufficient for breeding of new varieties. Let us hope that they will find acclaim. Karpona, 18. February 1910, Rudolf Geschwind
(1910)  Page(s) 33.  
 
I have given last year cuttings of following Northland-roses to the Society's Garden in Sangerhausen: Freya, Griseldis, Siwa, Wachhilde. These are not Elite-Roses, but still well double, vigorous, repeating richly until winter, and good seed-bearers, therefore quite sufficient for breeding of new varieties. Let us hope that they will find acclaim. Karpona, 18. February 1910, Rudolf Geschwind
 
(1910)  Page(s) 33.  
 
I have given last year cuttings of following Northland-roses to the Society's Garden in Sangerhausen: Freya, Griseldis, Siwa, Wachhilde. These are not Elite-Roses, but still well double, vigorous, repeating richly until winter, and good seed-bearers, therefore quite sufficient for breeding of new varieties. Let us hope that they will find acclaim. Karpona, 18. February 1910, Rudolf Geschwind
(1910)  Page(s) 33.  
 
I have given last year cuttings of following Northland-roses to the Society's Garden in Sangerhausen: Freya, Griseldis, Siwa, Wachhilde. These are not Elite-Roses, but still well double, vigorous, repeating richly until winter, and good seed-bearers, therefore quite sufficient for breeding of new varieties. Let us hope that they will find acclaim. Karpona, 18. February 1910, Rudolf Geschwind
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