Friday, January 30, 2009

Looking Back

The last two entries here have been filled with tales of winter and cold weather. Let's start something new today. We'll take a tour of the roses in the various beds throughout the garden.

Today, we'll look at some from the Hybrid Tea Bed in the front yard:

Bewitched
Hybrid Tea, Queen Elizabeth x Tawny Gold
Bred by Dr. Walter Lammerts, 1967.

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Butterscotch
Hybrid Tea, Souvenir du Claudius Pernet x RMS Queen Mary
Bred by Joseph H. Hill Co., 1942

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Dagmar Spath
Floribunda, sport of Lafayette
Introduced by Wirtz & Eicke in Germany, 1936

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Dairy Maid
Floribunda, (Poulsen's Pink x Ellinor LeGrice) x Mrs. Pierre S. Dupont
Bred by LeGrice, 1957

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Gail Borden
Hybrid Tea, RMS Queen Mary x Viktoria Adelheid
Bred by Reimer Kordes, 1957

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Golden Ophelia
Hybrid Tea, Ophelia x Mrs. Aaron Ward
Bred by Benjamin R. Cant & Sons, 1918

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Gruss an Coburg
Hybrid Tea, Alice Kaempff x Souvenir du Claudius Pernet
Bred by Johannes Felberg Leclerc, 1927

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Lady Alice Stanley
Hybrid Tea, parentage unknown
Bred by Samuel McGredy II in Ireland, 1909

Lady Alice Stanley

Lyon Rose
Pernetiana/Hybrid Tea, Madame Melanie Soupert x seedling of Soleil d'Or
Bred by Joseph Pernet-Ducher, 1907

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Ma Perkins
Floribunda, Red Radiance x Fashion
Bred by Gene Boerner, 1952

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Nellie E. Hillock
Hybrid Tea, Golden Dawn x seedling
Bred by Verne Stone Hillock, 1934

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Pink Gruss an Aachen
Floribunda, sport of Gruss an Aachen
Introduced by Jan Spek Nurseries, 1930

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Poulsen's Pearl
Floribunda, Else Poulsen x seedling
Bred by Poulsen Roser A/S in Denmark, 1949

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Snowbird
Hybrid Tea, Chastity x Louise Crette'
Bred by Hatton, 1936

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The Doctor
Hybrid Tea, Madame J. D. Eisele x Los Angeles
Bred by F. H. Howard, 1936

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Wagon Wheel Bright Pink
Hybrid Tea, parentage unknown
found rose

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White Killarney
Hybrid Tea, sport of Killarney
Introduced by Waban Rose Conservatories, 1909

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Next time, we'll look at some roses from other parts of the garden.

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