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'Butterscotch' rose References
Book  (2002)  Page(s) 28.  
Rated 5.3
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 68.  
Butterscotch Hybrid Tea, lemon-chrome, reverse pale orange-yellow, 1942, 'Souv. de Claudius Pernet' x 'R.M.S. Queen Mary'; Hill, J.H., Co. Description.
Book  (1948)  Page(s) 210-202.  
Proof of the Pudding growers' comments reflect a tall plant up to 72" in mild climates with very clean foliage, no blackspot or rust; no mention of scent.
Book  (1948)  Page(s) 190-191.  
Proof of the Pudding growers' comments fill a full page: growers in warmer climates report plants up to 6 feet; few complaints of foliage disease; the usual array of likes and dislikes for unusual color; poor performance in northern cold climates.
Book  (1944)  Page(s) 230.  
Plant patent on Butterscotch, HT, was issued to Roy L. Byrum and assigned to Joseph H. Hill, Co.
Book  (1942)  Page(s) 231.  
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