From Wills cigarette cards, Roses – a series of 40 cards. Issued in 1936. No 31 MRS. HENRY MORSE (Hybrid Tea) Introduced 1919 Bright silvery rose-pink This variety has few rivals in its class and colour. The habit of growth is free and upright, and the blooms very freely produced on stiff stems. It is a Rose that looks up at you. A fine Rose for bedding or general garden purposes. Fragrant. It should be moderately pruned at the end of March to about four eyes. It is sometimes subject to mildew, but that may be kept in check by spraying. It makes a fine Standard, and improves with age. Awarded a Gold Medal of the National Rose Society.
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