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amateur Ayrshire Banksian beautiful rose Belle bloom Bourbon Roses branches bright crimson bright red bright rose cupped brilliant buds buff carmine catalogue China Rose Chinese colour compact and double crimson cupped cultivation cupped and double Damask Rose dark crimson deep rose delicate rose Desprez division Dog Rose double flowers dwarf expanded and double finely shaped flesh-colour foliage fragrant French rose globular and double growing habit hardy hybrid hybrid China roses hybridised imbricated large and double lilac rose luxuriant Madame Moss Rose Noisette Noisette Rose pale blush pale flesh pale rose perfect Perpetual Roses petals pillar rose plant Provence Rose pure white purplish crimson raised from seed robust Rosa centifolia Rosa gallica Rosa sempervirens rose compact rose cupped rose globular ROSES Rosa rosy centre rosy lilac scarlet season semi-double shaded shoots small and double soils spotted standard stems striped superb Tea-scented Roses Triomphe True Perpetual varieties of Rosa vivid rose
Seite i - Guide ; containing ample Descriptions of all the fine leading varieties of Roses, regularly classed in their respective Families ; their History and Mode of Culture. Fifth Edition, corrected and improved. Fcp.
Seite 3 - This variety was at first much esteemed, and plants of it were sold at very high prices. Most probably this was not a seedling from the old cabbage rose, as that is too double to bear seed in this country, but what is called by florists a Sporting branch or Sucker.
Seite 64 - Garden there. He propagated this rose very largely, and sent plants and seeds of it in 1822 to Monsieur Jacques, gardener at the Chateau de Neuilly, near Paris, who distributed them among the rose cultivators of France. M. Breon named it ' Rose de 1'Ile de Bourbon,' and is convinced that it is a hybrid from one of the above roses, and a native of the island.
Seite 63 - Breon, director of the Royal gardens in the Isle of Bourbon. The following account of its origin is given by Bre'on, and is also mentioned by Rivers :. " At the Isle of Bourbon, the inhabitants generally inclose their land with hedges made of two rows of roses ; one row of the common China Rose, the other of the Red Four Seasons. M. Perichon, a planter in the island, found in one of these hedges a young plant, differing very much from the others in its shoots and foliage. This he transplanted into...
Seite 64 - ... from the others in its shoots and foliage. This induced him to plant it in his garden. It flowered the following year, and, as he anticipated, proved to be of quite a new race, and differing much from the above two roses, which, at the time, were the only sorts known on the island.
Seite 20 - ... the Chinese tea-scented, Noisette and Bourbon Roses impregnated with the French Provins, and other garden Roses. The seeds of such fertilized flowers produce hybrid Chinese Roses. These have, in many instances, resulted from accident; but latterly, from the regular impregnating process. The superb varieties of this fine division, give a combination of all that is grand and beautiful in roses. Their flowers are of the most elegant forms and richest colours; their foliage of great luxuriance, and...
Seite 44 - Over this a piece of rock was formed for the growth of plants which prefer such situations, and among them were planted some half dozen plants of the Double Ayrshire Rose, raised in this neighborhood about ten years ago. These roses now most completely cover the whole ground, a space of thirty feet by twenty. At present they are in full bloom, showing probably not less than ten thousand roses in this small space.
Seite 6 - Rose is strengthened by the fact, that plants produced by the seed of the Moss Rose do not always show moss; perhaps not more than two plants out of three will be mossy, as has been often proved. Those that are not so arc most evidently pure Provence Roses, possessing all their characters.