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Peter Beales Roses
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A longues pedunculis (Moss) Soft, lilac-pink flowers on a vigorous but graceful plant with ample, light green leaves. The flower stalks are long with profuse mossing around the globular buds. 1854. (S) 4 x 5
 
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Adam.  (Climbing tea). Large double flowers of peachy pink in clusters of threes or singly. Produced on a medium plant, scented. This rose is the unidentified rose, illustrated on the cover of Georgian and Regency Roses by Peter Beales. (C.1830) (Recurrent) 8 x 6.
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Adam Messerich (Bourbon) Semi-double, bright pink to rosy red. An almost continuous flowering rose, deserves more attention. Vigorous. 1920. (C) 5 x 5. 

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Adelaide d’Orleans (Sempervirens Hybrid) Clusters of small, shapely, semi-double powder-pink blooms. Very floriferous when in bloom. Vigorous in a refined way. 1826.​(S) 15 x 10.

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Agnes (Hybrid rugosa) Not a true rugosa, but shows its parentage in its dark green rugosa leaves and finely prickled stems. A very vigorous plant with spreading branches bearing amber-yellow blooms about 3-ins. across which are full and scented. Slightly recurrent. A useful rose where a yellow shade of the rugosa type is desired. 1922. H • (R) 6 x 5’.

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Aimee Vibert (Noisette) Small clusters of pure white, medium sized blooms. One of the earliest Noisettes introduced. A vigorous climber. 1828 (R) 15 x 10
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Alain Blanchard (gallica) Large 2 1/2-3in. flowers of semi-single form, crimson in colour often smudged purple. Pronounced amber stamens. 1839 (S)
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Alba Maxima (alba) ‘Jacobite Rose’.  Similar to Great Maiden's Blush, but creamy white with pink tints at centre.​  Lead-green leaves. Good Autumn fruit. 16th Century.​F. H. (S) 
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Alberic Barbier (Rambler) A vigorous rose. Creamy white flushed yellow.  Double. Muddled when open. Excellent glossy foliage. A. good variety.  1900.​(S) 15 x 10

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Albertine  (Rambler) A famous old rambler, with a strong constitution.  Masses of double pink and gold flowers on a very vigorous plant. 1921. (S) 15 x 10
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