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  1. 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

  2. Longfellow

    1918-B006-I:13 1921-B014:14 Symposium II rating: 9.0

    1923-SPN:347 1928-B:40 Double. 9.0 (Sym. 1921). Red.

    1928-B-d:113 Double type; large; midseason. Bright crimson, intensified by golden yellow stamens near center; not notably fragrant. Rather dwarf; fairly floriferous; strong stems. Excellent foliage. One of the most popular...

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  3. David Harum

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  4. Madame Gaudichau

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  5. Benjamin Franklin

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  6. Philippe Rivoire

    1918-B006-I:19

    1921-B014:18 Symposium II rating: 9.2

    1923-SPN:349

    1928-B:48 Double. 9.2 (Sym. 1921). Red.

    1928-B-d:134 Double type; small; early. Very dark crimson with a blackish sheen, fully double with a symmetrically incurved center; richly rose-scented. Medium height; floriferous; wiry stems. Good foliage. Its...

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  7. Charles McKellip

    1916-Farr:33 Perfectly formed rose-shaped flower. Rich ruby-crimson, showing gold stamens. $5.

    1918-B006-I:05

    1921-B014:09 Symposium II rating: 7.8

    1923-SPN:344

    1928-B:27 Double. 7.8 (Sym. 1921). Crimson.

    1953-B130:29 7.8. D. M. Rich, bright red. Medium height. This was considered by Mr. Brand to be one of the...

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  8. Alexander D. Vories

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  9. Bishop Burke

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  10. Rosalie

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