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Gertrude Jekyll : Roses for English Gardens : Roses as Cut Flowers
... in the cut state. A china bowl filled with well-grown Hybrid Perpetuals, grand of colour and sweetly scented, is a room decoration ... and no drudgery. Tea Roses last quite a day longer than Hybrid Perpetuals, but they need more careful arrangement, for many of them ... and August are extremely harmonious with the colourings of the Teas and hybrid Chinas. Also in the autumn I like to use with my Roses ...
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Gertrude Jekyll : Roses for English Gardens : Roses in English Gardens on the Riviera
... poor soils where many other Roses fail. Its new companion and hybrid, R. S. Anemone, promises to become even more beautiful, and ... yet been sufficiently planted, so its merits are not fully established. Hybrid Teas are decidedly the most in vogue now, owing not only ... same vogue, being of the Devoniensis type. The China Roses and Hybrid Chinas do not find favour here, they are too fleeting and too ...
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Rosegathering roses listed by classification
... Chinas and Hybrid Chinas About Chinas Photo gallery of Chinas Chinas and Hybrid Chinas featured: Archiduc Charles, Archduke Charles (Laffay, 1825) Comtesse du Cayla (Guillot, 1902) Darius (China, Laffay, 1827) Gloire des Rosomanes (Hybrid ...
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Antique Roses Forum - GardenWeb
... follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Aug 1, 06 at 11:10 Jacques Cartier/hybrid perpetual questions Posted by: duchesse_nalabama on Mon, Jul 31, 06 at 11:36 5 follow ... one posted on Mon, Jul 31, 06 at 21:57 Are there any teas or chinas that have long lasting blooms? Posted by: msrose zone8TX on Mon, Jul 31, 06 at ...
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Antique Roses Forum - GardenWeb
... :17 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Apr 4, 06 at 21:08 Hybrid Perpetuals: pruning help needed, please Posted by: mxk3 z5b/6 MI on Sun, Apr 2 ... -ups, last one posted on Tue, Apr 4, 06 at 11:36 Planting Teas or Chinas in Containers Posted by: shellfleur z7a/6b NY LI on Mon, Apr 3, 06 at ...
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LadyJai's Roses
... are found in deep pink through white; branches are arching and slender; leaves are wrinkled. Chinas Not so hardy and do best in mild winters. Foliage is almost evergreen and blooms ... class of flower has famed parents--the floribundas and the hybrid teas. Grandifloras inherit its flower form and long stems from the hybrid teas; from the floribundas it receives hardiness, continuous flowering ...
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mark huss roses - culture
... "difficult to grow". This is because many people buy a $4.99 Hybrid Tea from the local garden center, dig a hole just big ... to winter hardiness. Chinas and Teas are very tender, and are pretty much limited to USDA zones 7 and higher. Hybrid Teas tend to ... or protection. Some known "tender" varieties, including china, tea, and some hybrid tea roses will need some protection. If you live in the U ...
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mark huss roses - types
... small, bushy plants that are disease-resistant, but somewhat tender. Some representative Chinas: Mutabilis Old Blush Slater's Crimson China Damask Damasks are another ... Hybrid Musks: Ballerina Buff Beauty Cornelia Grandma's Lace Penelope Hybrid Perpetual Hybrid Perpetuals produce huge, fully double roses with a wonderful fragrance. All Hybrid Perpetuals are repeat blooming. Some representative Hybrid ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Roses
... nearly all of the teas, Chinas, and early hybrid teas died because of their poor resistance to Brooklyn's cold climate. Over successive seasons, many more hybrid teas died and could not be ... showing roses in chronological order was abandoned. Instead, only hardier hybrid teas were displayed in the central beds, and the remaining teas, Chinas, Noisettes, and Bourbons, which have a more carefree ...
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Hybrid Teas: The Queen of Modern Roses
... first hybrid tea in existence. Prior to La France being introduced, there was the "tea" rose class among the various old garden rose classes such as bourbons, chinas, portlands, damasks, and hybrid ... first hybrid tea in existence. Prior to La France being introduced, there was the "tea" rose class among the various old garden rose classes such as bourbons, chinas, portlands, damasks, and hybrid ...
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