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  1. Félix Crousse

    1916-Farr:24 Large, globular, typical bomb. Brilliant red, 3(155). Fragrance X. Strong, vigorous grower, medium height, free bloomer. One of the best red varieties. 75 cts.

    1918-B006-I:08

    1921-B014:11 Symposium II rating: 8.4

    1923-SPN:345

    1928-B:32 Double. 8.4 (Sym. 1921). Syn., Victor Hugo. Red.

    1928-B-d:...

    February 9, 2016

  2. Anemoneflora Rubra

    Discarded

    February 9, 2016

  3. Tragedy

    1916-Farr:33 Immense, compact, bomb type, with broad drooping guard petals. Uniform shell-pink, with silvery border. Considered by Mr. Brand as one of his best. Awarded first prize by the Minnesota State Horticultural Society. Midseason. $10.

    1918-B006-I:03

    1921-B014:08 Symposium II rating: 7.5.

    1923-SPN:344

    1928-B:...

    February 9, 2016

  4. H. F. Reddick

    No information

    February 9, 2016

  5. Constant Devied

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  6. Gloire de Tourraine

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  7. Irwin Altman

    1976-K:042 (Kelsey, 1940) - Double - Red - Midseason. Very fragrant. A very fine, clear glowing light red unlike any other red. Good form and pleasing color, full double with petals symmetrically arranged. Color is very distinctive in formation and most desirable List in Bulletin 109.

    1976-K:135

    1996-K:079 D. rose

    February 9, 2016

  8. David Harum

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  9. Madame Gaudichau

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  10. Kansas

    1940-080:38 Double, bright clear red, containing almost no blue. Fades very little, if any. Dependable bloomer every year. Buds all open and color carries better than most reds. Stems strong and stand about 30 inches high. Formerly carried No. 2-35. Large bloom. Seedling # 2-35.

    1943-B091:09 lactiflora. Double. Seedling No. 2-35. A very...

    February 9, 2016

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