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Noisette Roses (Harkness)
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Alister Stella Gray Noisette 1894... Also called 'Golden Rambler'... big sprays on arching stems of scented, yolk-yellow to primrose blooms...
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Crépuscule Noisette 1904... in South Africa... Duncan Henderson plants it on roadside verges as a community enterprise... [needs] lots of sun to enrich copper and apricot tones... The name means 'Twilight' and was perhaps prophetic, for it was one of the last Noisettes to appear
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Gloire de Dijon Noisette 1853... [some] call it a Climbing Tea... The flowers vary from buff yellow to fawn
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Desprez á Fleur Jaune Noisette 1830. Also known as 'Jaune Desprez'... pale shades in buff, cream and yellow...
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Lamarque Noisette 1830... shallow cupped creamy-white lemon-scented... it needs a warn protected site to do reasonably well
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Madame Alfred Carriere Noisette 1879... the most widely available of the Noisettes... unless affected by rain, among the most desirable of all white roses in the gardem... Joseph Schwartz of Lyon dedicated it 'to the wife of a great lover of roses from our own province of Dauphiné'.
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Maréchal Niel Noisette 1864... long petalled high centred butter-yellow flowers... The raiser wished to name it for the wife of Maréchal Adolphe Niel, a hero at Sebastopol, as a compliment to him -- but then discovered he was a bachelor!
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Rêve d'Or Noisette 1869... better in sunny climates but can be grown in the UK... The beauty of its foliage often draws comment, and can be detected, according to Peter Beales, in some of its descendants among Pemberton's hybris musks
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William Allen Richardson Noisette 1878... yellowish apricot flowers about 3 in across, with a light fragrance... The French raiser, the Widow Ducher, named this rose for 'a rich American fancier' from Kentucky who corresponded with her.
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