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Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
"From "Roses in Colour and Cultivation", by T. C. Mansfield, 1947, facing p. 113
Uploaded 23 NOV 16
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Hedgerow Rose
"How to Grow Roses" by Pyle, McFarland & Stevens. Published 1930
Uploaded 27 AUG 11
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Die Welt der Rose" by Alfred Rausch, 1928, p. 187
Uploaded 22 NOV 16
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of David Elliott
National Rose Society (RNRS), the Rose Annual 1924, Scanned with permission
Uploaded 25 OCT 09
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Rose photo courtesy of 16-Eichen-Rosenschätze
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Uploaded 3 JUL 12
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of David Elliott
National Rose Society (RNRS), the Rose Annual 1923, Scanned with permission
Uploaded 24 OCT 09
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of 16-Eichen-Rosenschätze
Uploaded 6 SEP 11
Los Angeles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
From 1926 series of Wills's cigarette cards (No 29) LOS ANGELES. (Hybrid Tea.) The best "general utility'' rose yet introduced. It is a vigorous and persistent grower, very free flowering from the middle of June until quite late in the autumn, and a most valuable decorative rose. The flowers are all perfectly formed, carried on long elegant stems, and are very sweetly scented. Should be pruned to within four "eyes" early in March. Introduced in 1916, and is worthy of a place in every garden.
Uploaded 6 MAR 09
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