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'Roserie' rose References
Magazine  (Mar 1922)  Page(s) 21.  
"New Roses for the Garden" by Charles E. F. Gersdorff
Climbing Roses of outstanding merit known to me are all of American origin [...] To all who admired Tausendschön but wished its color more constant Roserie (R. Witterstaetter, 1917) a sport, should prove a winner, for it is a clear, even shade of carmine-pink.
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RosiereA great improvement on the popular Thousand Beauties (Tausendschon), and consequently a welcome addition to this section. While it has the same habit of growth and general characteristics as Thousand Beauties, the color is superior—a deeper and more even shade of cerise-pink or carmine. Those who have admired Thousand Beauties will surely add this improved variety to their collection.
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