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Your favorite roses -by class?

Posted by vettin z6b Northern VA (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 19, 11 at 19:13

As I read I realize that I have stuck to a couple classes I am familiar with when buying roses. Please help enable and educate me by sharing your favorites by type, e.g. Favorite Gallica, favorite species, favorite alba, etc etc. Photos always welcome of course. Thank you!


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RE: Your favorite roses -by class?

The photos below are some from my garden, some from Descanso and Huntington Gardens. <3

-----------ROSES I OWN AND HAVE BLOOMED:-----------

China:-----------
Archduke Charles

Hybrid Perpetual:-----------
La Reine
Grandmother's Hat

English/Austin:
Jude the Obscure

James Galway

Carding Mill

Floribunda:-----------
The Faun/Bossa Nova

Pomponella

Polyantha-----------
Rita Sammons
Pink Pet

Old Hybrid Tea:-----------
La France cl
Madame Joseph Bonnaire

Species:-----------
Lady Banks yellow

Hybrid Musk:-----------
Penelope

Felicia
Lavender Lassie

Lyda Rose

Tea-Noisette-----------
Madame Alfred Carriere
Madame Berard

Other:-----------
Sombreuil

Eden Cl.

Bermuda's Kathleen
Alchemist

Tea:-----------
Tipsy Imperial Concubine

-----------ROSES I DON'T OWN:-----------
I have seen all these in person, though. I'll limit myself to that.

China:-----------
Serratipetala

Hermosa

Floribunda-----------
Pink Rosette
Bolero
Gene Boerner

Tea Noisette-----------
Reve D'Or

English/Austin-----------
The Ingenious Mr. Fairchild
Crocus Rose

Sir Edward Elgar
Bow Bells

Tea-----------
William R. Smith
Madame Lambard
Madame Berkeley

Polyantha-----------
C�cile Brunner

Other:-----------
Swany

Carefree Delight


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RE: Your favorite roses -by class?

Oh I do so love rose pictures!


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