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The Floricultural Cabinet and Florists' Magazine
(Dec 1849)  Page(s) 315.  
 
"Superb Roses".
We scarcely need remark that all the best sorts of Roses are exhibited in competition at the London Floral Shows. From them we made selections of the very best, and also in looking over the collections in the principal Rose nurseries. We can strongly recommend to our readers the kinds we enumerate...
Bourbon Roses. Acidalie, white, large, beautiful.
These roses may be trained to form pillar roses of six feet or less as desired, a strong turfy loam well enriched suits this class admirably, manure-water is beneficial. These roses bloom from June to December.
(Jun 1855)  Page(s) 158.  
 
Meeting of the Horticultural Society, April 3rd, Regent Street.
The following New Roses are very fine:
Adam Paul, very large and full, rose colour, very sweet...
(1 Dec 1834)  Page(s) 279.  
 
Remarks on the Colours and Properties of One Thousand Species and Varieties of Roses. By St. Patrick.
Scotch Roses.
974. Adelaide... Large fine red.
(1833)  Page(s) 8.  
 
Adelaide d'Orleans. Large bright pink.
(1850)  Page(s) 66.  
 
Sempervirens Section - Adelaide d'Orleans rosy-pink. Felicité perpetue, creamy-white with under side of petals pink. Leopoldine d'Orleans, white shaded with rose. Rampant, pure white. Princess Marie. French-white and pink. Carnea grandiflora, pretty flesh-colour. These have shining green leaves, which are retained till winter. Bloom in clusters
(Nov 1836)  Page(s) 242.  
 
A Description of Climbing & Autumnal Flowering Roses, by the Rev. James Jones, A. M. Bristow Rectory.
Many of the Autumnal Flowering Roses being now in bloom, both climbers and others, I forward for insertion in the Cabinet, a list of what I know to be good. The kinds I have seen in bloom, and have carefully compared the flowers with the descriptions given by Mr. Rivers, Mr. Wood, and others, celebrated for growing Roses, that I can testify to their correctness and agreement, as to merit. I have forwarded the list now in order that, being inserted immediately, it will be serviceable to those persons desirous of procuring plants for autumn planting.
Climbing Roses. Evergreen Roses (Rosa sempervirens).
Adelaide d'Orleans, colour, pale rose, shaded; form, imbricated and double.
(1 Oct 1838)  Page(s) 226.  
 
A List of the most Superb Roses in the Varied Classes. Selected by Mr. Charles Wood, Maresfield Nursery, Uckfield, Sussex.
An abridged List of Select Roses.
CLIMBING ROSES.
Sempervirens,
Adelaide D'Orleans, splendid large cream colour.
(1 Oct 1838)  Page(s) 228.  
 
A List of the most Superb Roses in the Varied Classes. Selected by Mr. Charles Wood, Maresfield Nursery, Uckfield, Sussex.
An abridged List of Select Roses.
PROVENCE ROSES.
Adéle de Senânge.
(1 Oct 1838)  Page(s) 229.  
 
A List of the most Superb Roses in the Varied Classes. Selected by Mr. Charles Wood, Maresfield Nursery, Uckfield, Sussex.
An abridged List of Select Roses.
HYBRID CHINA ROSES.
Adolphe Cachet, purplish red.
(Sep 1857)  Page(s) 227.  
 
A Descriptive List of One Hundred of the Best Roses.
By One Who Has Attended the Exhibitions.
Provence, or Cabbage.
This class contains some varieties that are remarkable for their fine globular flowers and delicious scent.  The soil in which they are grown can scarcely be too rich, and they should be pruned in closely.
Adrienne de Cardoville, deep rose, large and full; a distinct flower.
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