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  1. Umbellata rosea

    1916-Farr:29 Large, informal, rose type. Guards violet-rose, 3(154), shading to an amber-white center. Strong, upright grower; free bloomer; one of the earliest. Extra for landscape and cutting. 75 cts. NOTE.—This variety was renamed by mistake to Sarah Bernhardt. Has also been sold under the name of La France, both of which names belong to...

    February 9, 2016

  2. Thérèse

    1916-Farr:40 Very large, medium compact, rose type, developing later a high crown. Violet-rose, changing to lilac-white in the center. Strong, erect, medium tall, free bloomer. Midseason. One of the most desirable varieties. $6.

    1918-B006-I:23

    1921-B014:20 Symposium II rating: 9.8

    1923-SPN:351

    1928-B:54 1928-B:54...

    February 9, 2016

  3. Elisa

    1928-B:31 Double. 8.5 (by Directors' vote). Pink.

    1928-B-d:092 Cup-shaped flower of perfect form but small; carmine-hydrangea pink† shaded silvery salmon. Stem good; medium height. Information taken from introducer's description. † An example of queer color nomenclature. Carmine is a form of crimson and quite purplish, whereas...

    February 9, 2016

  4. Auguste Dessert

    1923-SPN:344

    1928-B:24 Double. 8.7 (Sym. 1925). Pink.

    1928-B-d:082 Double type; large; midseason. Big, round petals symmetrically graduated toward a loose center which shows a few stamens; intensely pink, no blue and no yellow—each petal edged with a narrow silvery border; fragrance not notable. Plant of moderate height and seems...

    February 9, 2016

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