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The American Flower Garden Directory (Buist)
(1852)  Page(s) 67.  
 
Rosa Indica or (Bengal of the French) Chinese Ever-blooming Roses.
Abbe Mioland, cupped, dark rosy crimson.
(1852)  Page(s) 67.  
 
Rosa Indica or (Bengal of the French) Chinese Ever-blooming Roses.
Agrippina, or Cramoisi Superieur, brilliant crimson, cup form, large and finely double.
(1852)  Page(s) 77.  
 
Prairie Rose; a few elegant sorts have been grown from this single-flowered native rose: all are of rapid growth and partaking of the parent in blooming later than roses generally that flower only once in the season; they are admirably adapted for covering arbours, rock work, or out-buildings of any kind, being of the most hardy nature, and standing the severest of our winters even in the most Northern States.
Anne Maria, pale rose, large and double.
(1852)  Page(s) 68.  
 
Rosa Indica or (Bengal of the French) Chinese Ever-blooming Roses.
Madame Hersant, bright rose, very large, showy and double.
(1852)  Page(s) 77.  
 
Prairie Rose; a few elegant sorts have been grown from this single-flowered native rose: all are of rapid growth and partaking of the parent in blooming later than roses generally that flower only once in the season; they are admirably adapted for covering arbours, rock work, or out-buildings of any kind, being of the most hardy nature, and standing the severest of our winters even in the most Northern States.
Baltimore Belle, nearly white, very perfect form, quite double, blooming in clusters..
(1852)  Page(s) 67.  
 
Rosa Indica or (Bengal of the French) Chinese Ever-blooming Roses.
Beau carmine, dark crimson, of a very distinct habit and colour, is an excellent bloomer and finely formed.
(1852)  Page(s) 77.  
 
Prairie Rose; a few elegant sorts have been grown from this single-flowered native rose: all are of rapid growth and partaking of the parent in blooming later than roses generally that flower only once in the season; they are admirably adapted for covering arbours, rock work, or out-buildings of any kind, being of the most hardy nature, and standing the severest of our winters even in the most Northern States.
Beauty of Prairies or Queen of Prairies, dark rose, cup form, very large, and frequently striped with white; it is highly esteemed, and a strong grower.
(1852)  Page(s) 67.  
 
Rosa Indica or (Bengal of the French) Chinese Ever-blooming Roses.
Belle Isidore is also a changeable rose; it will open a light pink colour, and before evening will be a rich crimson; is a regular and very double large rose, of strong growth and easy culture, and when known will be generally cultivated.
(1852)  Page(s) 67.  
 
Rosa Indica or (Bengal of the French) Chinese Ever-blooming Roses.
Cels, or Bengal Cels, flesh colour, of the most perfect form, extremely double and always opens perfect; is a very profuse bloomer, and of a strong growing habit; it has much the appearance of a superb tea rose.
(1852)  Page(s) 68.  
 
Rosa Indica or (Bengal of the French) Chinese Ever-blooming Roses.
Gros Charles, shaded rose, extremely large and fine.
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