'Wichuraiana X Général Jacqueminot' rose photos
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William C. Egan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of scvirginia
photo from the 1913 catalog, Biltmore Nursery Roses, Asheville, North Carolina; scan courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library
Uploaded 27 DEC
William C. Egan rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of flodur
Rosenpark Wallenrod
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Uploaded 2 JUL 14
William C. Egan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Les Amis des Roses", March-April 1923, p. 39 Courtesy of the Archives of Roseraie du Val de Marne
Uploaded 1 DEC 20
William C. Egan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of flodur
Rosenpark Wallenrod
Uploaded 30 JUN 14
William C. Egan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosarium M.Kralka
Foto taken in my collection June 2015, Wygledy, Polen
Uploaded 17 OCT 16
William C. Egan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Garden and Forest 6(285): 335, 337 (Aug 9, 1893) IN the year 1891 Mr. Jackson Dawson fertilized a flower of Rosa Wichuraiana with pollen of General Jacqueminot, and in December he planted four seeds which resulted from this cross. The seedlings appeared in January, 1892, were grown in pots during the summer and wintered in a cold pit. All bloomed in June of this year, which is rather remarkable, since few seedling Roses bloom before the second or third year. These plants differ materially, although they all show to some degree the trailing habit of the seed parent. One of them has single pale pink flowers, borne in clusters, and is intermediate in habit between the two parents. Another one bore double flowers of a pale flesh color, which did not open well, owing to damp weather. The third one has a prostrate habit, with rosy pink flowers borne in clusters of four or five from every joint of its last year's wood. It received a first-class certificate from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society at its Rose Show in June. The fourth plant, of which an illustration will be found on page 337, is not as prostrate in habit as Rosa Wichuraiana, and its broader leaves have a glossy surface. The solitary flowers are very double, and in shape and color resemble those of Souvenir de la Malmaison, although they are smaller. The plant continues in bloom a long time and promises to be very useful.
Uploaded 28 APR 13
William C. Egan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosarium M.Kralka
Foto taken in my collection June 2015, Wygledy, Polen
Uploaded 17 OCT 16
William C. Egan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
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