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hybrid noisettes

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Roses
... Hybrid Bourbons First generation of crosses between the original Bourbons and gallicas or damask hybrids, these have various flower colors and growth habits. Hybrid Noisettes First generation of crosses between Noisettes ...
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Hybrid Perpetuals
... Modern Shrubs Site Index Email Hybrid Perpetuals From Brent Dickerson: "As the breeding work continued in the late 1820's with the Hybrid Chinas, Hybrid Bourbons, and Hybrid Noisettes, they were crossed with the hardiest re-blooming roses they had on hand, the Damask Perpetuals. Thus was born the race of Hybrid Perpetuals ...
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Hybrid Remontant Types by Henry B. Ellwanger, 1882
... his documentation is particularly valuable to anyone wanting to study the class. The Hybrid Perpetuals, known as the Hybrid Remontants at that time, were in their heyday when he wrote The ... de l'Exposition, Baronne A. de Rothschild and Madame Récamier. Ellwanger grouped Madame Récamier with Hybrid Noisettes. Ellwanger did not specify where Baronne Rothschild and Triomphe de l'Exposition should be ...
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Hybrid Noisette Roses
... , and Madame François Pittet are worthy a place in collections of considerable extent. Among the Hybrid Noisettes we find two types. Mademoiselle Bonnaire Type* The flowers are of medium size, and of ... group as a distict subclass of Hybrid Perpetuals. He chose Madame Récamier as the prototype for this group. **Gravereaux also grouped these roses with the Hybrid Noisettes Text from The Rose by Henry ...
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Classifying Roses January 2003   1867 is the universally accepted date of the first hybrid tea
... Hybrid Noisettes. First generation cross between Noisettes and Bourbons, China, and Tea roses. *Portlands. Popular early 19th century rose, due to repeat blooming. *Hybrid Perpetuals. Hybrid of Portland, hybrid ...
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November 2003 Newsletter
... Austin roses.  I was soon buying more of these varieties than hybrid teas.  I began expanding the garden, tearing out grass and ... shrub and old garden varieties. Today, Elizabeth Taylor is the only hybrid tea that grows in my garden. After ten years of not ... their resistance to black spot include: Bourbons Souvenir de la Malmaison Noisettes Reve d’Ohr Tea Marie Van Houette English Wise Portia Lilian ...
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December 2003 Newsletter
... which are remontant (reblooming) and can easily take the place of the Hybrid Tea roses.  There are also the Old Garden Roses, some of ... , blooms constantly, and has exquisite blooms in pale pink.  Very fragrant. Noisettes Reve d’Ohr This is a HUGE rose, so be warned.  ... flowered for the first time in 1821. This rose was a natural hybrid between 'Old Blush', the China rose, and the 'Autumn Damask', both ...
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Question for Canadians - Where do you buy your roses? - Roses Forum - GardenWeb
... I moved. The ones I miss the most are the climbers, especially the Teas and Noisettes; ohh yes and Westerland, which grew to a huge size and pumped out non-stop ... all kinds of rare treasures, like Wichurianna Ramblers, hard to get OGRs, old Austins and Hybrid Musks. Anyway, there's two more ideas if you take a trip up The Valley ...
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Newbie to Old Roses - Antique Roses Forum - GardenWeb
... on Sun, Nov 26, 06 at 22:22 Hi, I've always grown hybrid teas and floribundas, but this forum makes me want to try something ... m sure someone can tell you all about them in your climate. Try noisettes. RE: Newbie to Old Roses clip this post email this post what ... area I would also second the idea of trying some Teas and Noisettes....Although the rugosas may do okay, you're lucky to grow the "tender" ...
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Noisettes
... Noisettes What's new Albas Bourbons Centifolias Chinas Climbers Damasks English Roses Gallicas Hyb. Bracteatas Hyb. Musks Hyb. Perpetuals Hybrid Teas Miniatures Modern Shrubs Moss Roses Noisettes ... stage of Noisettes, returning them much to their original concept of multi-flowered shrubs, was coming with the development of the Hybrid Musks (comprising crosses between Noisettes and Hybrid Teas, ...
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