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  1. Hephestos

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    February 9, 2016

  2. Angelo Cobb Freeborn

    1943-091:56 Unusual coral red double, carried on tall stems with clean foliage. Lasts a long time, giving a vivid color in the garden. Parentage: Officinalis rubra plena x Madame Jules Dessert.

    1943-B091:33 Double. Lacti x officinalis. Peculiar shade of light red.

    1976-K:004 Double - Red - Midseason. Tall. Unusual coral-red...

    October 21, 2016

  3. 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

  4. Rosalie

    February 9, 2016

  5. Alexander D. Vories

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  6. Bishop Burke

    February 9, 2016

  7. 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...

    February 9, 2016

  8. David Harum

    February 9, 2016

  9. 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

  10. Benjamin Franklin

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    February 9, 2016

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