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How To Grow Roses
(1922)  Page(s) 170.  
 
Tested Roses Arranged in Classes.
Rugosa
Alice Aldrich
(1916)  Page(s) 44.  
 
Beauty of Rosemawr. B[ourbon]. Flowers rich carmine-rose, veined with creamy white. Very floriferous. Garden, bedding. Prune 4.
(1916)  Page(s) 114.  
 
Rugosa...Beaute Poitevine
(1916)  Page(s) 44.  
 
Birdie Blye Mult. Flowers bright satiny rose. Continual bloomer. Grows 4 to 6 feet. Pillar, bush.
(1916)  Page(s) 46.  
 
Champion of the World (Mrs. De Graw). Bourbon. Flowers rich, rosy pink; large, full and deliciously sweet. Free bloomer. Garden, bedding...
(1920)  Page(s) 106.  
 
Dutch Beauty...H.T....Veluwezoom
(1923)  Page(s) 121.  
 
Selections by Experts for Special Sections
Roses for North America
Professor Sargent has very kindly contributed the following suggestions as representing the most attractive of the rose species for North American use:
Rosa spinosissima fulgens
(1916)  Page(s) 114.  
 
Marie Lambert [included in list of Teas and therefore probably sold in the USA]
(1916)  Page(s) 56.  
 
Marquise de Sinety. H.T. Buds rich yellow-ocher suffused with carmine. The expanded flower is yellow, shaded rosy red. Garden, bedding. Prune 2.
(1916)  Page(s) 57.  
 
Mrs. B. R. Cant. T[ea]. Flowers rose-red; large, full, perfectly double; fragrant. Constant bloomer; vigorous. Garden, bedding. Prune 3.
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