My Notes on Every Rose N to Z or rosen2z, last edited Tuesday, June 23, 2015 09:55 AM.

This is a list of roses I've seen a picture of in a book (together with Title, author and page number).

During Winter (when we have less work to do in our nursery) I look up in books that should be available to you from your local library; each entry, then in parenthesis, following the name, show the book title, author and page number on which a photo of that rose may be found. I also take notes that might persuade you or me, one way or the other; to purchase or pass it by (zone, disease resistance, comments on growth habit or vigor). Roses we grow in our nursery have links to pictures we have taken.

Broken into 3 pages the other 2 are; Roses A to H, Roses I to M

Where the name is enlarged like; 'Henry Kelsey' ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 181, zones 2-10, DR-1/0), we are growing it but have not yet provided a link or the link is under another name.

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N THROUGH Z

Nanette ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 3), Rambler introduced by Hicks in 1926. white, semi-double flowers (5cm), 20 to 50 in each cluster, mid-season to late, 9 feet tall.

Narrow Water ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:260), r. moschata 1883,

Nastarana ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 193, zones 6-10, DR-1/0), Noisette, R. moschata x R. chinensis?, 15x10, shade tolerant, june bloomer, white flowers, fff,

Nathalie Nypels ("Classic Roses" Beales, 41),

Nearly Wild ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 137, zones 4-9), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 67), pink floribunda, 3 feet tall, single flowers, Dr W Van Fleet x Leuchstern,

Neige d'Avril ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh106),

115) NEVADA Hybrid Moyesii Rose, ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 169, zones 4-10, DR-1/0, repeats), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 54), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 54, 61, fllf:234), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh159), 'La Giralda' x R. moyesii, 8x6, ( catalog )

40) 'NEW_DAWN'_CL. ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 131, zone4 (to -22f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 138, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 214, zones 5-10), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 187, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 124), ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 26), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 52, 64), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 60), pink climber, flowers fade to white, DR 0/0(1995), plants show leaf yellowing when plants have been stressed (root damage, lack of water etc) or where they have been sprayed to regularly (this seems in some roses to suppress disease resistance. My suggestion is plant in good quality soil, good pH, water regularly and dont spray at all. In my garden the first couple leaves low down will show some black spot and yellowing. Later the glossy green leaves will show a few pin pricks of black and no yellowing. My New Dawn is planted on a chain link fence and is covered over with foliage from junk maples and weeds. Still the leaves are disease free. It has had the tendency to die back to within a foot of the ground the last 2 years but I believe that to be caused by the last two bad winters. fff, shade tolerant, continuous blooming. ( catalog )

Nastarana (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 68, zones 6-9) Noisette

Nestor ("Roses" Beales, 151,), 1846, variable color from pink to mauve, double, not many thorns,

Newport Fairy or Newport Rambler ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 159, zone 4(-30 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 204, zones 5-10) Hybrid wichurana, 20 feet on a support, single 2 inch flowers, 1908, reported to continue blooming,

Norwich Castle ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:303)

Nova Zembla ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:245), Hybrid Rugosa, sport of 'Conrad Ferdinand Meyer' introduced by Mees of the UK in 1907, white, 10X8, {P}

Nozomi ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 139, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 202, zones 5-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:90, 308), pink climbing miniature, fairy princess x sweet fairy, 1968, #0

Nuits de Young ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:181),

Nur Mahal ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 145, zones 5-10, DR-0/0)

Nymphenburg ("Classic Roses" Beales, 293), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 130, zones 6-10), (hm/8feet/18feet with support/salmon to peach/semi-double/3inch/f) {P}

Oeillet Panache or Striped Moss ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh67, zone5(-20f)1880 Moss),

Oeillet Parfait ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 47, zone5(-13f)), ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh42), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 153), Damask hybrid, 1841 (there is a Gallica rose by this name also) low growing,

Ohl ("Roses" Beales, 151, should be grown more), Vibert France 1830, vigorous, fff, crimson petals in center/violet petals around edge, few thorns, 4x3

Old Blush or Parsons Pink China or Common Monthly or Old Pink Monthly ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 139, zones 6-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 26), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 69), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 5), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 31), introduced in Sweden in 1752, pink china, #0

Old Red Moss ("Roses Of America"Scanniello, 66),

Oleander Rose ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh165),

Olympiad ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 72), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 109), red hybrid tea, 4 feet tall, 5 inch flowers with 35 petals, #0

Omar Khayyam ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 47, zone5(-13f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:188),

Oranges and Lemons ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 194, zone6(-10 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 170, zones 5-9), 4-10feet, double 3inch flowers,

Orange MothersDay (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 146, zones 5-9), (polyantha/4feet/orange/double/1.5inches)

Ormiston Roy ("Classic Roses" Beales, 143),

Pacesetter (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 191, zones 5-9), miniature, white

Palmengarten Frankfurt ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 117, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), 2x4, pink, continuous bloom

Papa Gontier ("Classic Roses" Beales, 356)

Papillon ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:330)

Paprika, orange climber, 8 to 10 feet tall, glossy leaves, #0

Paquerette ("Classic Roses" Beales, 296), polyantha

43) 'PARADE'_(New Dawn Hybrid) Climber, ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 140, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 214, zones 5-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 283), New Dawn seedling x 'Worlds Fair', introduced by Boerner of the USA in 1953, double red, scented flowers. 10x8. ( catalog )

Parks Yellow Tea Scented China, #0

Parkzierde ("Classic Roses" Beales, 33),

Party Girl (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 192, zones 6-10), miniature,

Paul Transon ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 151, zone 7(0 f)),

Pascali ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 141, zones 5-9), Queen Elizabeth x White Butterfly,

Pat Austin (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 170, zones 5-9), orange red english, 4 feet tall, 4 inch flowers with 50 petals, old rose fragrance, graham thomas hybrid, #0

Paul Lede ("Classic Roses" Beales, 393)

Paul Neyron ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 80), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 7), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 373) pink hybrid perpetual, #5

Paul Noel ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh107) ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 60), ),

Paul Ricault ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh64, zone5(-13f)1845 centifolia), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 372)

Paul Transon ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 151, zone 7(0 f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:320), 1900, 15 feet, Rambler

Paulii ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 118, zones 4-10, DR-0/2), R. arvensis x R. rugosa, white, 1903

Paulii Rosea ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 141, zones 3-8), sport of 'Paulii'

Paul's Early Blush ("Classic Roses" Beales, 374)

Pauls Himalayan Musk ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 148, zone 6(-10f)), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 4), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh151),(Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 131, zones 4-9), (hm/30feet with support/pink/double/1.5inch/f), Seedling of Rosa brunonii, Rambler introduced 1916 by Paul, semi-double, lilac pink flowers (3cm) that fade to white, strongly scented and vigorous it can easily be trained into a small tree within a few years. {P} ( catalog )

Paul's Perpetual White ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:261),

Paul's Scarlet Climber ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 62),

Pax ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:267), pemberton, 1918, trier x sunburst, 6x5,

Peace ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 142, zones 5-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 31 & 36), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 382), pink and yellow hybrid tea, 4 feet tall, 6 inch flowers with 50 petals, 1946, #0

Peach Blossom ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 47)

Pearl Drift (Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 190, zone 5(-20 f)), Legrice 1980, Mermaid x New Dawn,

Pearl Meidiland ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 142, zones 4-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 171, zones 4-9), 2-3feet, double, 2.5inch, white flowers.

Pearly Gates, pink climber, sport of america, #0

Pelisson ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:182),

Penelope ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 143, zones 5-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:267), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 131, zones 6-10), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 145, zones 5-10, DR-0/0), (hm/8feet/white/semi-double/3inch/f), 1924, pemberton, ophelia x trier, 5x4, pink musk, 5 feet tall, 3 inch flowers with 24 petals, musk fragrance, #0

Penny Lane ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 153, zone 6(-10 f)), 1998, 12 feet, Harkness, double apricot yellow, I found a picture at the following site: www.roses.co.uk/acatalog/pennylane.html

Perdita, apricot blend english, #0

Perle des Jardins ("Classic Roses" Beales, 357)

Perle d'Or ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 24), ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:330), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 147, zones 6-10), (polyantha/8feet/buff/double/1.5inch/ff), yellow blend polyantha, 1875, #0

104) PERPETUAL WHITE MOSS Rose, Perpetual White Moss, Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux, Quatre Saisons Blanche Mousseuseuse, ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh67, zone5(-20f)), white mossy sport of the Four Seasons Rose also called Quatre Saisons. ( catalog )

Petite de Hollande ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 62, zone5(-13f)), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 64), ("Classic Roses" Beales, shrub:170), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 146, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), Centifolia introduced before 1838, 4x3

Petite Lisette ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 62, zone5(-13f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 146, zones 4-10, DR-1/0)

Petite Orleanaise ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh62, zone5(-13f)), 1843 centifolia,

Petite Pink Scotch (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 171, zones 5-9), 2-4feet, double, 1inch, pink flowers

Phyllis Bide ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 153, zone 7(0 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 203, zones 6-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:273) ("Designing With Roses" Lord, fls152), Climbing polyantha, 1923, perle dor x gloire de dijon, multiflora, repeat,

Picture ("Classic Roses" Beales, 394)

Pierette or Pierette Pavement or Yankee Lady ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 186, zone 4(-30 f)),

Pierre de Ronsard (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 215, zones 5-9),

Pierrine (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 192, zones 6-9), miniature,

Pink Bassino ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 118, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), 2x4, pink, continuous,

Pink Grootendorst ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 185, zone 4(-30 f)), Hybrid Rugosa, pink, clusters of small carnationlike flowers, 8 feet tall, #5 {P}

Pink Leda ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 47, zone5(-13f)), sport of Leda,

Pink Meidiland (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 172, zones 5-9), 2-4feet, single, pink with white eye flowers, #0

Pink Parfait ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:304)

Pink Perpetue ("Classic Roses" Beales, 283

Pink Surprise ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 181, zone 6(-10 f)), Hybrid rugosa, introduced by David Austin in 1987, 5 feet, continuous bloom,

Playboy ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 144, zones 5-9), red blend floribunda, #10

Playgirl, pink floribunda #0

Pleasure, pink floribunda #0

Plentiful ("Classic Roses" Beales, 42, 304),

Polar Star, white hybrid tea, DR, medium height, medium flowers with 35 petals, #10

Polareis Hybrid Rugosa,

Polka (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 215, zones 5-9), , orange blend climber, 10 to 12 feet tall, large flowers with 35 petals, fragrant, 1997, golden showers hybrid, #0

Polyantha Grandiflora often mis identified as Wedding Day also Rosa gentiliana ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 91), Rambler

Pompon Blanc Parfait ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 90) Alba rose introduced by Verdie in 1876, starts late but flowers for a long time in tight clusters of bloom, similar to some polyanthas but older and with more scent. 5x4. {P}

Popcorn ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 145, zones 5-9), miniature

Portland Rose ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:191),

Prairie Dawn ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 192, zone3(-40 f)), Morden 1959, Descended from roses like Dr W Van Fleet, Rosa pimpinellifolia var. altaica,

Prairie Harvest (Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 190, zone 4(-30 f)),

44) 'PRAIRIE PRINCESS' (New Dawn descent), ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 192, zone4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 145, zones 4-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 172, zones 3-9), 5-6 feet, 6feet w/support, {('New Dawn' x ['New Dawn' x Hybrid tea 'Crimson Glory' = 'Autumn Bouquet']) x ('New Dawn' x ['New Dawn' x Hybrid tea 'Crimson Glory' = 'Inspiration'] ) = 'Morning Star'} x [R. laxa x R Spinosissima = 'Suzanne'] = 'Prairie Princess' semi-double, orange pink flowers, ( catalog )

President de Seze or Mme Hebert ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 39, zone4), ("Roses" Beales, 151, synonymous with 'Jenny Duval'), ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh53, called incorectly 'Jenny Duval',), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 162), Gallica, 5 feet tall and 5 feet wide, arching growth, prior to 1836, large blooms, quartered with button eye, Thomas describes the flower color as 'dark magenta crimson petals in the center of the half open flower paling to lilac white petals at the edge',

Prince Camille de Rohan ("Classic Roses" Beales, 374)

Prince Charles ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 135), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:339, sh341) 5x4, red

Princess Lamballe or Princesse de Lamballe ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 56, zone4(-30f)), 1850 alba, double white flowers,

Princess Marianna, white shrub, #0

Princess of Nassau ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:261), 19th century

Pristine ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 146, zones 5-9),

Prolifera de Redoute ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 61, zone5(-13f)), 1801 centifolia,

Prosperity ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 20), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:268), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 132, zones 6-9), (hm/5feet/white/semi-double and double/2inches/f), pemberton 1919, marie-jeanne x perle des jardins, 5x4, double white, {P}

Prospero ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 58)(Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 173, zones 5-10), 2-4feet, double, 4inch, red flowers, ff

Purezza or Rosa banksiae 'Purezza' or The Pearl ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 145, zone 9),

Purple Heart, purply red floribunda, #0

Purple Pavement or Rotes Meer ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 147, zones 3-8), purple rugosa hybrid, dwarf, others in the Pavement series of Hybrid Rugosa's include Foxi Pavement (Foxi), Scarlet Pavement (Rote Foxi), Pierette Pavement (Pierette), Snow Pavement (Schneekoppe), White Pavement. ( catalog )

5) Autumn Damask, Quatre Saisons, Four Seasons, Castilian, Old Castilian, Rose des Quatre Saisons, Rosa bifera, Rosa bifera semperflorens, Rosa damascena bifera, Rosa damascena semperflorens, Rosa semperflorens, Rose of Castille ( catalog )

Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl shows moss:188),

Queen Elizabeth ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 147, zones 5-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 108), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 67), pink grandiflora, 4 feet tall, 4 inch flowers with 40 petals, glossy leaves, #0

Queen Margarethe, pink flowers with 50 petals #0

117) Queen of Denmark or KONIGIN VON DANEMARK Alba Rose, zone 4, 5 feet tall, non-recurrent ( catalog )

Rainbow's End (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 193, zones 5-9), miniature,

Rambling Rector ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 147, zone 5(-20f)), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 65), ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 157), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 55, 78), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh167, sh156, sh149), introduced 1912 by Daisy Hill. White, semi-double, strongly scented flowers (4cm) with gold stamens, in clusters of 10 to 50 blooms. It will grow vigorously to around 12 feet.

Ramona ("Classic Roses" Beales, 403)

Raubritter (Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 189, zone 5(-20 f)), ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, 17, sh33, 38, sh39, sh49), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:196), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 120, zones 5-10, DR-0/2), ((Rosa gallica x Rosa alba 'Daisy Hill')x(Rosa wichurianna 'Solarium') This combination of gallica and alba roses has been called a Macrantha Rose so Raubritter ends up being called a hybrid macrantha rose. red polyantha, #0

Red Blanket ("Classic Roses" Beales, 49),

Red Cascade (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 202, zones 5-9), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 31), red miniature climber, 1 inch red double flowers, grows up to 14 feet tall, mine is around 3 feet tall after 3 years, the stems are like many rambler (flexible) so in our climate I think this maight be better mounding over a wall, (A+), #0

Red Fountain, red climber, 12 to 14 feet, don juan x blaze, #0

Red Ribbons (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 173, zones 5-9), 2-2.5feet, semi-double 3inch red

Redoute ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 32)

Regensberg, white and pink floribunda, #0

Reine des Centfeuilles ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 60, zone5(-13f)somewhat untidy but very free flowering), 1824 centifolia, 5 feet,

Reine des Violette ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 148, zones 5-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 35), #0

Reine Victoria, #0 {P}

Rene d'Anjou ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 71, zone5(-20f)1853 Moss, Summer bloom with another flush in Autumn, 5 feet),

Reveil Dijonais ("Classic Roses" Beales, 394)

Reve d'Or (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 68, zones 7-10), Noisette

149 Rhonda (New Dawn x Spartan) ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 149, zones 5-9), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 128), ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 70), New Dawn x Spartan, ( catalog )

Rio Samba, yellow and orange hybrid tea, 4 feet tall, 5 inch flowers with 30 petals, 1993, This one is picked out quite often due to the brightness of its flowers but I have never had it survive a winter myself (Try Bonanza instead). #0

Rise 'n' Shine ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 149, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 193, zones 5-10), miniature,

Ritter von Barmstede ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:277),

Robin Hood (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 132, zones 6-10), (hm/5feet/red-pink/semi-double/1inch),

48) 'ROBUSTA' Hybrid Rugosa Rose, zone 4, 5-8 feet tall, recurrent X ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 186-sh187, zone 4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 150, zones 4-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 174, zones 4-8), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 169, zones 3-10, 1/0), Hybrid Rugosa, unnamed seedling x R. rugosa, 5-8feet, single, 2.5inch, red flowers, kordes, 1979, ( catalog )

Roger Lambelin ("Classic Roses" Beales, 362)

001) Rosa alba 'maxima', zone 4 to 8, 6 feet tall, non recurrent, double white flowers, 1500 ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, 53), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 27), The Jacobite Rose, Great Double White, sport of the White Rose of York, 6 feet tall, leaden green leaves, few thorns, ( catalog )

Rosa Anemonenrose ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 11),

Rosa arvensis ("Classic Roses" Beales, 45, fllf:252),

Rosa arvensis 'Splendens' ("Classic Roses" Beales, shfl:254),

Rosa banksiae ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 9),

Rosa banksiae alba plena ("Classic Roses" Beales, 399)

Rosa banksiae lutescens ("Classic Roses" Beales, 398

Rosa banksiae var. banksiae or White Lady Banks Rose ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 145), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 150, zones 8-10),

Rosa blanda or Meadow Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 151, zones 2-7), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 21), 1773

Rosa californica ("Classic Roses" Beales, lfhp:220),

Rosa californica plena ("Classic Roses" Beales,fllf:220),

Rosa canina ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 170, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 45), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 19, hp:203), the Dog Rose introduced before 1737, 10x6, pink, june bloom.

Rosa cantabrigiensis ("Classic Roses" Beales, 137),

Rosa carolina ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 42), the pasture rose introduced 1826

Rosa caudata ("Classic Roses" Beales, hp:218),

Rosa centifolia ("Classic Roses" Beales, 23), {P}

Rosa x centifolia 'Muscosa' or Centifolia Muscosa or Common Moss or Old Moss Rose ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh67, zone5(-13f)),

Rosa chinensis minima or Fairy Rose ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 69), 1815

Rosa chinensis serratipetala or Serratipetala ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 70), Introduced by Vilfray in 1912,

Rosa chinensis viridiflora or Rosa monstrosa or The Green Rose ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 69), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:332), 3x3, 1833, easy to grow, no disease problems,

148 Rosa x damascena 'York and Lancaster', Damask Rose, zone 3, 5-7 feet tall, non-recurrent, white, 1551("Classic Roses" Beales, 27), ( catalog )

Rosa damascena bifera 'Quatre Saisons' ("Classic Roses" Beales, 23), ( catalog )

Rosa damascena versicolor or Rose of York and Lancaster ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 63), introduced before 1629, ( catalog )

Rosa davidii ("Classic Roses" Beales, hp:221),

Rosa davurica ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 42), introduced 1910,

Rosa dupontii ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:255),

Rosa ecae 'Golden Chersonese' ("Classic Roses" Beales, 132),

Rosa eglanteria or Rosa rubiginosa or Sweetbriar or Eglantine Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 151, zones 4-8), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 170, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), 12x8, pink, fff, june bloomer, introduced by Linnaeus 1550, has been naturalized in North America, {P}

Rosa fargesii ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:232)

Rosa fedtschenkoana ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:222), white single

Rosa filipes or Himalayan Musk Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 153, zones 6-8), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 6), ( catalog )

Rosa foetida or Austrian Briar ("Classic Roses" Beales, 16, 74, 135),

Rosa foetida bicolor or Austrian Briar ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 153, zones 3-8), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 53), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 40, 134), Austrian copper, introduced before 1590

Rosa foliolosa ("Classic Roses" Beales, 20, fllf:212),

Rosa fortuniana ("Classic Roses" Beales, 400), ("Roses" Beales, 126), might be Rosa banksiae x Rosa laevigata, not found in the wild, used as an understock in southern regions of the USA. Large fragrant double white flowers on a plant that can grow to 15 x 8 feet almost thornless canes.

Rosa gallica ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh57), low suckering bush that produces dence thickets 2 feet tall, small neatly folded leaves, few thorns, rounded red heps. hybrids include; Henri Foucquier, Rosa mundi, Alain Blanchard, Assemblage des Beautes, Oeillet Parfait, Belle Isis, Cardinal de Richelieu, Camaieux, Charles de Mills, Complicata,Conditorum, d'Aguesseau, Duc de Guiche, Duchesse de Montebello, Duchesse d' Angouleme, Empress Josephine, Georges Vibert, James Mason, Jenny Duval, La Belle Sultane,

004) Rosa gallica 'officinallis' Apothecary's Rose, Rosa gallica 'officinallis', Red Rose of Lancaster ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 147, zones 4-10, DR-1/1), ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh33, zone4), ( catalog )

47) Rosa glauca, Rosa rubrifolia or 'RED_LEAVED ROSE' (Species) 'ROSA GLAUCA, ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 154, zones 2-8), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 171, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 124), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:208), 8x6, pink, june bloom, hybrids include: Sir Cedric Morris, ( catalog )

Rosa helenae or Helen Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 155, zones 5-8), Rehder&Wilson1907,

Rosa X hibernica ("Classic Roses" Beales, 140),

Rosa X harisonii ("Classic Roses" Beales, 140),

Rosa holodonta ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:233)

24) Rosa hugonis, Golden Rose of China or 'FATHER_HUGO'S ROSE'_Species Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 155, zones 4-8), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 42), introduced by Hemsley;1899, ( catalog )

Rosa X kochiana ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:213),

Rosalina ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 121, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), 2.5x4, mauve-pink, continuous bloom,

Rosa laevigata or Cherokee Rose, ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 156, zones 7-9), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 221,), introduced by Michaux;1759

Rosa macrantha ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:195),

Rosa micrugosa alba ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:229), R. roxburghii X R. rugosa

Rosa moschata ("Classic Roses" Beales, 19, fllf:259),

Rosa moschata 'Nastarana' ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 157, zones 6-9), continuous bloom, other moschata roses include 'Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler' and 'The Garland (crossed with multiflora),

Rosa moyesii or Moyes Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 158, zones 5-8), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 106), Introduced 1903,

Rosa moyesii 'Eos' ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:230)

28) Rosa moyesii 'GERANIUM'_Hybrid Moyesii RoseRosa moyesii 'Geranium' ("Classic Roses" Beales, flhp:232) ( catalog )

Rosa mulliganii ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:257),

Rosa multiflora ("Classic Roses" Beales, 21, 66),

Rosa multiflora carnea ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 155, zone 6(-10 f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:262),

Rosa multiflora or Seven Sisters Rose ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 159, zone 5(-20 f)), 1800, 10 feet,

Rosamundi ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 81)

49) 'ROSA MUNDI' (Rosa gallica versicolor, ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 66), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 82), ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #19) sport of Apothecary's rose, ( catalog )

Rosa nitida or New England Shining Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 160, zones 3-7), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:214), a native of the northeastern United States,

Rosa nutkana ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:237), 6X4

Rosa nutkana plena ("Designing With Roses" Lord,sh143),

Rosa paulii ("Classic Roses" Beales, 80),

Rosa palustris var. nuttalliana or Swamp Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 161, zones 3-7), nuttalliana has sporadic rebloom into the fall, native of the USA

Rosa pendulina ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:238), 4X4, Alpine Rose

Rosa pimpinellifolia ("Classic Roses" Beales, 19),

Rosa pimpinellifolia altaica ("Classic Roses" Beales, 139),

Rosa pimpinellifolia 'Fruhlingszauber' ("Classic Roses" Beales, 139),

Rosa pomifera duplex ("Classic Roses" Beales, 6),

Rosa primula or the Incense Rose ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 43), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 89), introduced 1910, fff

Rosa richardii ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:196),

Rosa roxburghii or Chestnut Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 162, zones 6-9, DR-0/0), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 410), repeats sporadically

Rosa rubiginosa ("Designing With Roses" Lord, lfhp160)

47) Rosa rubrifolia or 'RED_LEAVED ROSE' (Species) 'ROSA GLAUCA Rosa rubrifolia {P} ( catalog )

Rosa rugosa alba ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 181, zone 3(-40 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 162, zones 2-8), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:239) {P}

Rosa rugosa rubra ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 48), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 3) ("Designing With Roses" Lord, hplf161) {P}

Rosa serafinii ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:209),

Rosa sericea pteracantha or Wingthorn Four-Petal rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 163, zones 5-8, DR-0/0), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 146),

Rosa setigera or Prairie Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 164, zones 4-9), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 54), The Prairie Rose, introduced 1810,

Rosa soulieana ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 83),

Rosa spinosissima or Rosa pimpinellifolia or Scotch briar or Burnet Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 164, zones 4-8, related varieties list),

Rosa spinosissima altaica ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 43), introduced 1820

Rosa stellata mmirifica ("Classic Roses" Beales, 414),

Rosa suffulta ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllfhp:249),

Rosa villosa duplex ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:210), 'Wolly Dodds Rose',

Rosa virginiana ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 166, zones 3-7), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 171, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), 5x4, june bloom, shade tolerant,

Rosa wichuraiana or Memorial Rose ("Classic Roses" Beales, 69),

Rosa xanthina or Manchu Rose ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 221, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), bright yellow spring flowers

Rosa xanthina 'Canary Bird' ("Classic Roses" Beales, 147), ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh31, zone4),

147 Rosa alba Semi-Plena, Rosa x alba semiplena or The White Rose of York ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 64), introduced before 1867, ( catalog )

Rosa x borboniana ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 76),

Rosa x hibernica ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 45), introduced before 1800

Rosa x micrugosa ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 53), introduced before 1905, R. roxburghii x R. rugosa

Rosa x pteragonis ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 42), introduced 1938

Rosa webbiana ("Classic Roses" Beales, lfhp:250),

Rosa woodsii ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 169, zones 4-8),

Rosa xanthina f. spontanea ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh31, zone4),

Rosa Zwerg Hybrid Rugosa,

50) Rosarium Uetersen _CLIMBER, Rosarium Uetersen (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 216, zones 4-9), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 186, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 134), ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 30), 10x6, pink climber or shrub, tall with large flowers, Kordes 1977 ( catalog )

52) Rose a Parfum de l'Hay Hybrid Rugosa Rose Rose a Parfum de l'Hay ("Classic Roses" Beales, 89), Hybrid Rugosa, ( catalog )

Rose d'Amour ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:215),

Rose de Meaux or Pompom Rose ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 62, zone5(-13f)1637 centifolia), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 64), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 166), introduced by Sweet in 1789,

Rose des Maures ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 34, zone4),

Rose des Quatre Saisons d'Italie ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 79),

161) Rose de Rescht, Portland Rose, Rose de Rescht ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 47, zone5(-13f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 169, zones 4-8), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl&lf:193), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 69, zones 5-8), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 122, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), red, portland, 3.5 feet tall, 100 petals, damask fragrance, double flowers up to 3 inches across, recurrent bloom, ( catalog )

Rose de Schelfhout ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 41, zone5), 1847 gallica

Rose du Maitre d'Ecole ("Roses" Beales, 151, pink w/ lilac highlights), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 162), 1840, 3X3, gallica

142 Rose du Roi, Portland Rose, Rose du Roi ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:194), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 70, zones 6-9) ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 122, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), up to 4 feet tall, double flowers up to 4 inches across, red, fff, portland

Roselina, (spelling should be Rosalina. Check references there.), pink rugosa hybrid, 4 feet tall, 3 inch flowers with 5 petals, hybrid of the fairy, nonstop bloom, (A+), #0

Rose-Marie Viaud ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh160, zone 5(-20 f)), ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, 44), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 45), lilac pink multiflora rambler, seedling of Veilchenblau in 1924, virtually thornless, lacks scent.

Rosenresli is Horstmann's Rosenresli ("Classic Roses" Beales, flower & leaf picture on page:302)(listed on Yonderro first page. 8/15/2005_floribunda introduced by kordes in 1955_white, double, fragrant, recurrent, 3'x2'.

Rose Parade ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 170, zones 5-9),

51) Roseraie de l'hay Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Roseraie de l'Hay ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 187, zone 4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 171, zones 4-8), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 172, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 67, fllfat:246), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 140, zones 3-8), (hr/8feet/red-purple/double/4inches/fff), Hybrid Rugosa, ( catalog )

Rosie O'donnell, #0

Rosemary Rose ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 46),

Rosmarin ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #1)

Rostock (), introduced by Kordes of Germany in 1937. Its reputedly a disease resistant hybrid musk. {P}

Rosy Cushion ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 52), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:309)

178 Rotes Meer, Purple Pavement, Hybrid Rugosa,

Rouletti ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 171, zones 6-9),

Royal Blush ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 56, zone4(-30f)), 1988 from Sievers in Germany, Alba x Kordesii,

Royal Sunset (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 216, zones 6-10), climber

Rubricaulis ("Classic Roses" Beales, lfhp:228),

180 Rugelda ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 182, zone 3(-40 f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 172, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), 5x4, kordes 1989, continuous bloom, double yellow, hr (hybrid rugosa),

36) Rugosa 'MAGNIFICA'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose Rugosa Magnifica ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 147, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), Lately this Rose has been labeled 'Rugosa Magnifica' As though that was its name. It is of course the Rugosa rose 'Magnifica' and all the pussyfooting around with the name is to prevent confusion with other roses like the Eglanteria 'Magnifica'. The situation is further confused by the fact that its genetic heritage is unknown. It will be funny if some day when a DNA test is done they find it actually is a Rugosa x Eglanteria (which some have suggested). ( catalog )

Ruhm von Steinfurth ("Classic Roses" Beales, 376)

Rush ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 195, zone5(-20 f)), Ballerina x Rosa multiflora,

Ruskin ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:246), Van Fleet 1928, Souvenir de Pierre Leperdrieux X Victor Hugo, Rugosa hybrid,

Russelliana or Old Spanish Rose or Russell's Cottage Rose or Souvenir de la Bataille de Marengo ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh161, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 44), 1826, Damask type purplish-red roses with a green eye, the color fades to light pink at the edge, 8 feet tall but can be stretched 20 feet on a support, tolerant of the poorest soils

Sadlers Well's ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:269), Beales 1983, penelope x rose gaujard, 4x3

53) 'SALET'_Moss Rose, Salet ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 172, zones 4-8), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 66) introduced 1854 by Lacharme this Moss rose has pink flowers that open flat and quartered. Stephen says this rose is "reliably recurrent". ( catalog )

Sally Holmes ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 16), ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 106), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 174, zones 5-9), white climber, #0

Sanders White ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:321)

Sanders White Rambler ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 146, zone 4(-30f)), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh145)

Santa Catalina ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 198),

Sarabande ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 172, zones 5-9), DR

54) Sarah Van Fleet Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Sarah Van Fleet ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 185, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 174, zones 4-10, DR-0/1), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 48), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 49), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 57), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:248), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 141, zones 5-9), (hr/8feet/pink/semi-double and double/3.5inches/fff), Hybrid Rugosa, Van Fleet 1926, ( catalog )

55) 'SCABROSA' Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Scabrosa ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 174, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 62, fllf:247), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 142, zones 3-8), (hr/7feet/pink/single/5inches), Hybrid Rugosa, introduced by Harkness in 1960, 6X4, shade tolerant, continuous flowering, mauve, ( catalog )

Scarlet Meidiland (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 175, zones 4-9), double 2inch red flowers, 2-4feet, #0

Scarlet Knight ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 173, zones 5-9),

Scentsational (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 194, zones 6-10), miniature,

143 Schneekoppe, Schneekopf, Snow Pavement Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Schneekoppe (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 142, zones 3-8), (hr/4feet/pink/semi-double/3.5inches/f), Hybrid Rugosa, ( catalog )

144 Schneezwerg, Snow Dwarf (R. rugosa x R. bracteata) Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Schneezwerg or Snow Dwarf ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 181, zone 4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 174, zones 3-8), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 49), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 62), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 123, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), Hybrid Rugosa, 3x3, white, continuous, Lambert 1912, ( catalog )

Schoolgirl ("Classic Roses" Beales, 284)

125) SEA FOAM (White Dawn x Pinochio 3 times! Sea Foam ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 175, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 175, zones 4-9), white polyantha, 2x10, 2.5 inch flowers with 30 petals, white dawn x pinochio, glossy leaves, (A+), #0

Seagull ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 146, zone 5(-20f)), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh155), small white semi-double flowers (3cm) with gold stamens that open from pink-tinged buds (as described by Quest-Ritson), introduced by Prichard in 1907. 12 feet tall its incredibly floriferous. {P}

Seashell ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 175, zones 5-9),

Secret ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 176, zones 5-9),

147 Semi-Plena, Semi-plena, Rosa x alba suaveolens, Rosa x alba nivea ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:202), first appeared in Europe during the 16 th Century or earlier. Semi-double white flowers with gold stamens, strongly scented, 8x5 ( catalog )

Senateur Amic ("Classic Roses" Beales, 396)

56) 'SEVEN SISTERS' Old multiflora Rambler Rose, Seven Sisters ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 195, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 84), hybrid multiflora, 12x10, shade tolerant, june bloomer, dark pink almost to red to pale pink, fff, double, ( catalog )

Sericea Pteracantha ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 157),

Sexy Rexy ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 176, zones 5-9, Excellent DR), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 85), pink floribunda, 4 feet tall, 3 inch flowers with 40 petals in clusters, #0

Sharifa Asma (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 176, zones 5-9), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 29 & 77), X Mary Rose and Celsiana, double 4 inch pink fragrant flowers,

Sheer Bliss, white and pink hybrid tea, 4 feet tall, 5 inch flowers with 35 petals, sweet fragrance, #0

Shot Silk ("Classic Roses" Beales, 384)

Showbiz ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 177, zones 5-9, Good DR), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 30), red floribunda, 4 feet tall, 3 inch flowers with 30 petals in clusters, #5

Shropshire Lass ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 177, zones 5-9), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 65 & 69)

Silver Jubilee ("Classic Roses" Beales, 383)

Silver Moon ("Classic Roses" Beales, 404)

Simplex (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 194, zones 6-10), miniature,

Sir Cedric Morris ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:208), 30X20, R. glauca X R. mulliganii hybrid, glaucous foliage is not as silvery as Rosa glauca

Sir Frederick Ashton ("Classic Roses" Beales, 383)

57) 'SIR_THOMAS_LIPTON' Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Sir Thomas Lipton (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 143, zones 4-8), (hr/8feet/white/semi-double and double/3.5inches/fff), white Hybrid Rugosa, (A+), DR2, ( catalog )

Sissinghurst Castle or Rose des Maures ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 178, zones 4-8), ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh30), (Scanniello, 60), gallica, #0

Slaters Crimson China or Rosa chinensis semperflorens (Scanniello, 69), introduced 1790

Southampton ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:305)

Snow Bride (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 195, zones 5-10), miniature,

Snow Carpet, ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:309), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, sh195, zones 5-10), miniature,

Snow Drift ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh62), wichuranna rambler, neads same pruning after bloom as veichenblau,

144 Snow Dwarf or Schneezwerg, (R. rugosa x R. bracteata) Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Snow Dwarf, Schneezwerg ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 223) rugosa x polyantha, small semi-double white flowers with gold stamens on a shrub that is somewhat snaller than the class. 1912 ( catalog )

Snow Owl, white rugosa, #0

Snow Pavement ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 123, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), 2.5x4, white flushed with pink, fff, continuous bloom, Hybrid Rugosa, 1984

Snow Shower, white groundcover, 8 inch x 4 feet, 1 inch flowers with 30 petals, glossy leaves, 1992, #0

69) 'SOMBREUIL' (China Hybrid) CLimbing TEA RoseSombreuil ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 179, zones 6-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 203, zones 6-10), ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 73), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 357) climbing white tea rose introduced by Robert in 1850, fragrant, 'Gigantesque' seedling, shows evidense of good disease resistance #0 ( catalog )

Sophie's Perpetual ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:332)

145 Soupert et Notting, Perpetual flowering Damask Moss Soupert et Notting ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 70, zone5(-20f)1874 Perpetual flowering Damask Moss), ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 99) ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 148, zones 4-10, DR-1/2), Moss Rose, 3x2, 1874, ( catalog )

Souvenir de Claudius Denoyel ("Classic Roses" Beales, 395)

Souvenir de Jeanne Balandreau ("Classic Roses" Beales, 376)

Souvenir de la Malmaison, ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 179, zones 6-9, Moderate DR), ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 76), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:340), white and pink bourbon, 3 feet tall, 4 inch flowers with 75 petals, spicy fragrance, 1843, #0 {P}

Souvenir de Mme Leonie Viennot ("Classic Roses" Beales, 358)

Souvenir de Philemon Cochet ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 175, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), 5x4, pink, shade tolerant, continuous blooming, Hybrid Rugosa,

Souvenir du Dr Jamain ("Classic Roses" Beales, 376) China rose {P}

58) 'SPARIESHOOP' Hybrid Rugosa Rose (Magnifica descent), Sparieshoop ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 194, zone5(-20 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 180, zones 4-9, Good DR), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 176, zones 5-9), single 4 inch fragrant pink flowers, hybrid of 'Magnifica', 4-10 feet as shrub, 6-10 feet with support, 0/0(2004), ( catalog )

Spice Twice, orange with cream reverse hybrid tea, 5 feet tall, flowers 6 inch/30 petals, #0

Spong ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 62, zone5(-13f)1805, sport of Rose de Meaux), ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh48), ("Classic Roses" Beales, flower:170), sport of Centifolia Rose 'De Meaux', 1805, good fragrance, 4 feet tall, Thomas says its a real charmer for a small garden.

Spring Gold {P}

26) Spring Morning or 'FRUHLINGSMORGAN' Hybrid Scotch,Spring Morning, Fruhlingsmorgen ( catalog )

St Nicholas ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 48, zone5(-13f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:189), 1950 Damask,

St. Swithun, #0

Stacey Sue ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #15)

59) 'STANWELL PERPETUAL' Hybrid Scotch Rose Stanwell Perpetual (Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 189, zone 4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 180, zones 3-8, DR-0/0), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 175, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 45), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 145), ( and quartered. Stephen says this rose is "reliably recurrent". pink, 5x5, fff, hybrid spinosissima (1838), ( catalog )

Star of Persia ("Classic Roses" Beales, 136),

Starina ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 181, zones 5-9, good DR), ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #7), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 196, zones 5-9), miniature,

Starry Night (Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 190, zone 4(-30 f)), introduced by Orard of France in 2002, white shrub, 6 feet tall/glossy leaves, flowers 3 inch/5 petals, wichurianna x anisley dickson, #0

Stretch Johnson ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 194, zone5(-20 f)), 1988

Striped Moss ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:183),

Summer Blush ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 56, zone4(-30f)), 1988 from Sievers in Germany, Alba x Kordesii,

Summer Wind, a hybrid of 'Prairie Princess' that has the reputation of being vigorous and trouble free. 1975

Sun Sprinkles (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 196, zones 5-10), miniature, yellow, 2 feet tall, 2.5 inch flowers/35 petals, yellow jacket hybrid, #0

Sunsprite or Friesia ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 181, zones 5-9, above average DR),

Super Dorothy ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 91), flowers (4cm) are a deaper pink color than 'Dorothy Perkins" but fade in sunlight to white. Clusters of 20 to 60 blooms, introduced by Hetzel in 1986. Immune to mildew?, #0 {P}

Super Excelsa another Hetzel 1986 introduction. Double crimson flowers (3.5cm) with white stripes. good repeat summer and fall {P}

Surpassing Beauty ("Classic Roses" Beales, 377)

Surpasse Tout ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 34, zone5), ("Roses" Beales, 152, leggy and short of foliage), ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh50), Gallica hybrid, light crimson to light Cerise pink, pre 1832

Surry ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #9)

Swany ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:309, sh:310)

Sweet Chariot ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 182, zones 5-9, good DR), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 197, zones 5-10), miniature, Tall Story ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 123),

Sweet Revenge (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 197, zones 6-10), miniature,

Sweet Sunblaze ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 183, zones 5-9, good DR),

Tamora (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 177, zones 5-10), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 370), Hybrid rugosa 'Conrad ferdinand meyer' x chaucer, 4x3

Tausendschon ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 158, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 58), Multiflora Rambler, introduced by Kiese in 1906, 'Daniel Lacombe' x 'Weisser Herumstreicher', Pink flowers (6cm), Thornless canes with dark glossy green leaves, most say it grows to < 10' - 15' but Quest-Ritson says he's seen it much larger. Light musky fragrance, repeat bloom, hardy to zone 5. crimson pink double flowers,

Tea Rambler ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:274), 1904, 12x8, crimson rambler x tea rose, pink

Tender Blush ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 56, zone4(-30f)), 1988 from Sievers in Germany, Alba x Kordesii,

The Alexandra Rose ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 77)

The Bishop or Eveque or La Rose Eveque or L'Eveque or La Rosier Eveque or Manteau d'Eveque or Pourpre Belle Violette or Rosier Eveque ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh65, zone5(-13f)1790 centifolia), ("Classic Roses" Beales, flower:171), 4X3

The Bride ("Classic Roses" Beales, 359)

The Countryman ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 39),

The Dark Lady (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 177, zones 5-10), 3-5 feet, double 5 inch fragrant red flowers, repeat,

60) 'THE_FAIRY'_( polyantha x wichurianna), The Fairy ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 104, zones 4-9, 0/0), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 40, 70), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 147/zones 4-9), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 124, zones 5-10, DR-1/1), (polyantha/3feet/pink/double/1.5inch) ( catalog )

The Garland ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 5), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 60, sh:261),

The Herbalist (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 178, zones 5-9), 3-4 feet, semi-double 2.5 inch pink flowers, repeat,

The Hunter Hybrid Rugosa, {P}

The Nun ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 47)

The Pilgrim ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 36 & 54)

The Portland Rose ("Classic Roses" Beales, 31),

The Prince (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 178, zones 5-9), 2-4 feet, double, 3 inch, fragrant, red flowers, repeat,

Theresa Scarman ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 41, zone5), 1996 gallica, a new introduction,

61) 'THERESE BUGNET' Hybrid Rugosa Rose Therese Bugnet ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 186, zone 3(-40 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 183, zones 2-8, 0/0), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 176, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 143, zones 2-8), (hr/7feet/pink/double/4inches/ff), (this is one rose we always try to have at Yonder Farms.), 6x5, fff, shade tolerant, repeats. Hybrid Rugosa, ( catalog )

Thisbe ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 115), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 42),

Tipo Ideale ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 87) {P}

tip toes ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 95), rosgenjac x rosdrwvan x rosannvan, DR

Topaz Jewel or Yellow Dagmar Hastrup or Gelbe Dagmar Hastrup or Rustica 91 or Yellow Fru Dagmar Hartopp ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 182, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 124, zones 5-10, DR-2/0), Hybrid Rugosa, Belle Poitevine hybrid, 3x3, continuous bloom, yellow flowers, introduced by Wayside Gardens in 1987 (originally Raised by Ralph Moore), {P}

Touch of Class ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 21),

Tour de Malakoff ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 39, zone5), 1856 gallica

Tradescant (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 179, zones 5-9), 3-8 feet, 8-10 feet with support, double, 3.5 inch, fragrant, red flowers, repeat,

Treasure Trove ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 148-sh149, zone 6(-10f)), 25 feet, introduced 1977,

Tricolore de Flandre ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 39, zone5), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 163), 1846 gallica

Trier ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 159, zones 5-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 43),

106) TRIGINTIPETALA (KAZANLIK) Damask Rose, Trigintipetala or Kazanlik or Professeur Emile Perrot or Rose a Parfum de Grasse or Summer Damask ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 43, zone5), ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 103), Damask rose, source for Attar of Roses, Considered the most intensly fragrant of the Damask roses, double pink flowers, shrub grows to around 5 feet tall, ( catalog )

Tropicanna ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 9), (this is one rose we always try to have at Yonder Farms. Sometimes we fail.),

Trumpeter ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #20)

Tumbling Waters ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 125, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), 2x3, continuous bloom, white flowers,

Tuscany or Old Velvet Rose ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 35, zone4), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 184, zones 4-8, DR-best left alone), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 25), gallica, 3x3 feet, introduced <1500. dark red flower with gold stamens. {P}

62) 'TUSCANY SUPERB' Hybrid Gallica Rose, Tuscany Superb ("Roses" Beales, 152, superb), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 12), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 165), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 148, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), Gallica, 4X3, sport of 'Tuscany', introduced by Paul in 1848, semi-double flowers of velvety dark red. golden stamens in center. strongly perfumed. ( catalog )

Ultimate Pleasure (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 198, zones 5-10), miniature,

Unique Blanche or Rosa x centifolia 'Mutabilis' or Rosa provincialis alba or Rose Unique or Unique Alba or Vierge de Clery or White Provence ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 59, zone5(-13f)), 4 feet, white double flowers, 1656 Centifolia with flowers produced over a much longer period than is usual according to several,

Vanguard ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 183, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:248), (r.rugosa alba x r. wichuraiana)x'Eldorado', semi-double salmon colored flowers, 8X6, 1932

Vanity ("Classic Roses" Beales, 75), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 133, zones 5-9), (hm/8feet/pink/single and semi-double/3.5inch/f), {P}

Variegata di Balogna ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:340),

63) 'VEILCHENBLAU' Hybrid multiflora Rose, Veilchenblau ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 160, zone 5(-20 f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 195, zones 5-10, DR-2/0), ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh62), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 85), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:275)Blue Rambler, Germany of 1901, Crimson Rambler x Hybrid Perpetual 'Erinnerung an Brod', violet blue flowers that fade to lilac-grey each with a white stripe, remove all old flowering wood after blooms fade, tie up young shoots. shade tolerant, june bloomer, ff, survives any disease it gets without treatment, color is very dramatic inshade, ( catalog )

Versicolor ("Classic Roses" Beales, 151),

Vick's Caprice ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 185, zones 5-9), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 80), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 378), China rose introduced by Vick in 1891, sport of Archiduchesse Elisabeth, {P}

Victor Verdier ("Classic Roses" Beales, 378)

Village Maid or Belles des Jardins or Cottage Maid or Rosa x centifolia 'Variegata ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 60, zone5(-13f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:171), striped sport of Rosa centifolia, 1845, flowers are of a delicate texture easily spoiled by rain,

Viridiflora ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:332)

Wasagaming ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 177, zones 3-10, DR-1/0), 6x5, repeats, Skinner1939, (R. rugosa x R acicularis)xGrus an Teplitz, pink double.

Westerland ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 185, zones 5-9, extremely DR),

West Green ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 48, zone5(-13f)),

White Bath ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:183),

64) 'WHITE_COCKADE' (New Dawn descent)_Climbing Rose, White Cockade ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 186, zones 5-9, disease free), (A+), Hybrid of New Dawn, sweetly scented high centered double white similar to a hybrid tea rose. But very few hybrid tea roses can match this ones disease resistance. Climber to around 6 or 7 feet. ( catalog )

White Dawn, white climber, 8 feet tall, New Dawn Hybrid, DR, new dawn x lilly pons, #0

White De Meaux sport of De Meaux mentioned above.

White Pet or Little White Pet ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh109), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 148), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 125, zones 5-10, DR-1/1)The American Rose Societ has designated this a polyantha because it shares many of the characteristics that other polyanthas share though otherwise it has no relationship. (Felicite Perpetuae sport)

White Rose of York, white alba, ( catalog )

White Spray ("Classic Roses" Beales, 295)

White Wings ("Classic Roses" Beales, 384)

Wife of Bath ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 186, zones 5-9), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 53)

Wild Berry Breeze, lavender rugosa hybrid, Buffalo Gal hybrid, 3 feet tall, 3.5"/5 petals, clove fragrance, #3

Wild Plum, lavender miniature, 30" tall/glossy leaves, 2"/20 petals, #0

Wild Spice, white rugosa hybrid, buffalo gal hybrid, 3 feet tall, 3"/5 petals, #5

William 111 ("Classic Roses" Beales, 145),

65) William Baffin Explorer Rose 'William Baffin', Kordesii Hybrid Rose 'William Baffin', William Baffin ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 189, zones 2-10, DR-0/0), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh164), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 124, zones 3-9), (hk/8feet/pink/semi-double and double/4inch), reddish arching explorer or pillar, 8x8, DR 0/0(1999)AH, ( catalog )

66) 'WILLIAM_LOBB'_'OLD_VELVET_MOSS' William Lobb ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:183), Duchesse d'Istrie, Old Velvet Moss, Introduced 1855 by Laffay of France. Semi-double scented flowers that are a mix of purple, magenta, grey and pink. 8x5 feet. ( catalog )

William R Smith ("Classic Roses" Beales, 359)

William Shakespeare ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 58), red english, #0

Williams Double Yellow or Old Double Yellow Scots Rose ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, 22), Scots Brier Hybrid, ( catalog )

Will Scarlet ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:269), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 133, zones 6-9), (hm/8feet/red/semi-double/3inches), wilhelm sport, 1947, 5x4,

Winchester Cathedral, white english, #0

Windrush ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 53 & 64)

Winsome (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 198, zones 5-9), miniature,

Wise Portia ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 33)

Wisky Mac ("Classic Roses" Beales, 384)

X-Rated (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 199, zones 5-10), miniature,

Yankee Doodle ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 187, zones 5-9, above average DR),

Yantai (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 199, zones 5-10), mini-flora

Yellow Jacket, yellow shrub, 30 inches tall/ glossy leaves, 2 inch flowers/25 petals, 1992, #0

Yesterday ("Classic Roses" Beales, 295

Yolande d'Aragon (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 70, zones 5-9) portland, up to 6 feet tall, double flowers up to 3.5 inches across,

67) 'ZEPHERINE DROUHIN' (Bourbon) Climbing Rose, Zephirine Drouhin ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 187, zones 6-9, prone to black spot), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 189, zones 5-10, DR-2/2), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 45), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 38), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 343), ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #13) pink bourbon, 12 feet tall, 4 inch flowers with 24 petals, raspberry fragrance, thornless, 1868, The one at Yonder Farms Garden died to the ground winter of 2000 we believe by rodent damage. It may grow back (wont know if it is until it flowers), Ive been growing it from cuttings and they are doing very well (no evidence of blackspot or mildew on the small plants in my no-fungicide nursery), (B+), ( catalog )

Zigeunerknabe ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh54), Gipsy Boy, 1909, considered by many a Bourbon, Thomas obviously believes there is little justification for it.

Roses N through Z www.capital.net/com/azaleahs/yonderr2.htm rosen2z

ROSE PHOTO BOOKS

The prescence of a book on this list does not indicate that I agree with the methods or information provided by the author. Its just that they have a picture of the rose in question on the page indicated. These books were chosen either because they were already in my library, a picture was included that I'd had some difficulty finding, or because I try to pick as diverse books as possible not knowing what will be easily available to you where you are. Each book has a little blurb by me at the end that you might take as a short review.

("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas), "The Art of Gardening With Roses" by Graham Stuart Thomas with Photographs by Bob Gibbons a John Macrae Book, Henry Holt and Company, New York 1991, ISBN 0-8050-1533-7, A+, I love this book.

("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde), "Growing Roses Organically" by Barbara Wilde, Illustrations by Michael Gellatly and Adam McCauley, Distributed in the Book Trade by St. Martins Press, ISBN 0-87596-880-5, A+, well done, All done.

("Roses, Old Roses and Species Roses" Cruse), "Roses Old Roses and Species Roses", Photographs by Paul Starosta, Text by Eleonore Cruse, ISBN 3-8228-7761-1 printed in Italy beautifully intense photos.

("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim), "The Natural Rose Gardener" by Lance Walheim many pictures I couldn't find elsewhere.

("Roses" White), "Roses" by Hazel White published by Sunset ISBN 0-376-03659-1

("Climbing Roses Of The World" Quest-Ritson), "Climbing Roses Of The World" by Charles Quest-Ritson Timber Press 2003, ISBN 0-88192-563-2, A+, A really fine source. many pictures I couldn't find elsewhere. A well designed book that I am glad to have in my personal Library. Well worth the $35 I paid.

("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's), "500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" published in 1999 by Barron's Educational Series ISBN 0-7641-0851-4 many pictures I couldn't find elsewhere.

("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra). "Beautiful American Rose Gardens" by Mary Tonetti Dorra, photographs by Richard Felber, Clarkson Potter publishers in New York. copyright 1999 by Mary Tonetti Dorra, photographs copyright 1999 by Richard Felber ISBN 0 -- 609 -- 60080 -- X although it has many fine pictures its propensity toward hybrid teas and the confusion innate in every photo as far as identifying which rose is which, makes this book hard to use.

("Roses of America" Scanniello), "Roses of America" by Stephen Scanniello and Tania Bayard, photography by Albert Squillace, The Brooklyn botanic Gardens guide to our national flower. copyright 1990 by Sammis. publishing Corp., ISBN 0-8050-1241-9, A+, well done, good source. Stephen and Company has done it again. current page I'm on is 79.

("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt), "The Organic Rose Garden" by Liz Druitt, Photography by Virginia Brown, Taylor Publishing Co., Dallas, Copyright 1996, ISBN 0-87833-906-X, A+, I enjoyed reading this years ago. It still is filled with all sorts of good information. One thing to remember is that she gardens in Texas (a milder climate than the Northeast).

("David Austin's English Roses" Austin), "David Austin's English Roses" by David Austin, Photographs by Clay Perry, text copyright 1993 by David Austin, published by Conran Octopus Limited in Great Britain, ISBN 0-316-05975-7 A+, current page I'm on is 96.

("Designing With Roses" Lord), "Designing With Roses" Tony Lord, Copyright Frances Lincoln Limited 1999, Text Copyright by Tony Lord in 1999, Trafalgar Square Publishing, North Pomfret, VT 05053, ISBN 1-57076-148-5, A+, showing high quality pictures of the whole plant combined with perennials, shrubs and more. Im done. Every rose picture is now listed here.

("Classic Roses" Beales), "Classic Roses" by Peter Beales, published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston of 383 Madison Avenue in New York City 10017, Copyright in 1985 by Peter Beales, ISBN 0-03-006022-2, A+, I got this copy through the interlibrary loan system from Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Deleware Ave, Delmar, NY 12054. Certainly one of the most comprehensive works dedicated to the Rose. I'm done. Every rose picture is in this list. (out of 432 pages).

("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson), "Growing Roses For Small Gardens" by Michael Gibson, published by Timber Press, 9999 S.W. Wilshire, Portland, Oregon 97225 1990, ISBN 0-88192-186-6, Got this directly from Timber Press in 1991.

(Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra), Taylor's Guides "Roses" by Nancy J. Ondra, published by Houghton Mifflin Company, ISBN 0-618-06888-0, good pictures and hardiness zones. I'm on page 174.

("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon), "The Encyclopedia of Roses" by Judith C. McKeon, published by Rodale Press, Emmaus, PA 18098 ISBN 0-87596-656-X, Got this from The Voorheesville Public Library in Voorheesville, NY 12186. At the time this book was published the author was chief horticulturist at the Morris Arboretum and in charge of the Arboretum Rose garden.

("Roses" Beales), "Roses" by Peter Beales, A John Macrae Book, Henry Holt and Company, New York 1992, ISBN 0-8050-2053-5, Borrowed from the Yonder Farms Library. Im on Tuscany Superb ("Roses" Beales, 152, superb),

("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix), "Best Rose Guide" by Roger Phillips & Martyn Rix, A Firefly Book, Firefly Books (US) Inc., P.O. Box 1338, Ellicott Station, Buffalo, New York 14205. 2004, ISBN 1-55297-844-3, Got it from the New book section at the Guilderland Library, Rt. 20 in Guilderland, NY on April 1, 2005. Dont know that its the best Guide but it has many fabtastic pictures and the authors are very good. Its also nice that they have included zone information which many do not. Am now on Prolifera de Redoute ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 61, zone5(-13f)), 1801 centifolia,

I, Andrew Van Cleve am one of the owner operators of Azalea House Flowering Shrub Farm in Voorheesville, NY 12186. We grow Roses, Lilacs and other flowering shrubs into 3 to 5 gallon pots for wholesale locally. There are 2 gardens I test roses locally in. The Yonder Farms Garden that uses a combination of Organic and Scientific (chemical) Farming methods. The Azalea House Garden that outlines their growing methods at www.capital.net/com/azaleahs/growing.htm

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1) Rosa alba 'maxima'

2) Albertine

3) American Pillar

4) Apothecary's Rose, Rosa gallica 'officinallis', Red Rose of Lancaster

5) Autumn Damask, Quatre Saisons, Four Seasons, Castilian, Old Castilian, Rose des Quatre Saisons, Rosa bifera, Rosa bifera semperflorens, Rosa damascena bifera, Rosa damascena semperflorens, Rosa semperflorens, Rose of Castille

6) 'BASYE'S PURPLE' Hybrid Rugosa Rose

7) 'BALLERINA'_Hybrid Musk,

8) 'BELLE_POITEVINE' Hybrid Rugosa Rose

9) 'BLANC_DOUBLE_DE_COUBERT'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose

10) 'CALOCARPA'_(rugosa X chinensis)

11) 'CAREFREE_BEAUTY' (Descended from 'New Dawn') zone4_4'x4'_rep_pink_1977

12) 'CELSIANA'_Old Damask Rose

13) 'CHAMPLAIN' Explorer

14) 'CITY_OF_YORK'_Climber

15) 'CLIMBING AMERICAN BEAUTY'

16) 'COMPLICATA' Old gallica Rose

17) 'CONRAD_FERDINAND_MEYER'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose

18) 'CONSTANCE_SPRY'_C

19) 'COUNTRY_DANCER'_('Prairie Princess' Hybrid)

20) 'DORTMUND'_Hybrid Kordesii CL

21) 'DR. ECKENER' Hybrid Rugosa Rose

22) 'DUBLIN_BAY'_Cl. (New Dawn Hybrid)

23) 'FANTIN_LATOUR'_Old Centifolia Rose

24) 'FATHER_HUGO'S ROSE'_Species Rose

25) 'FRU_DAGMAR_HASTRUP'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose

26) 'FRUHLINGSMORGAN' Hybrid Scotch

27) 'FRUHLINGSGOLD' Hybrid Scotch

28) 'GERANIUM'_Hybrid Moyesii Rose

29) 'HANSA' Hybrid Rugosa Rose

30) 'Harisons Yellow', Harison's Yellow, Harrison's Yellow, Old Scotch Rose or Hybrid Foetida Rose

31) 'ISPAHAN' Old Damask Rose

32) 'JOHN_CABOT'_Explorer Rose

33) 'JOHN_DAVIS'_Explorer Rose

34) 'LEDA'_Old Damask Rose

35) 'MADAM_HARDY'_Old Damask Rose

36) 'MAGNIFICA'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose

37) 'MOJE_HAMMARBERG'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose

38) 'MRS ANTHONY WATERER' Hybrid Rugosa Rose

39) 'MUTABILIS' Hybrid China Rose

40) 'NEW_DAWN'_CL.

41) 'NOZOMI'_Miniature Climbing Rose

42) 'NUR MAHAL' Hybrid Musk Rose

43) 'PARADE'_(New Dawn Hybrid) Climber,

44) 'PRAIRIE PRINCESS' (New Dawn descent),

45) 'RAUBRITTER'

46) 'RED_CASCADE' CL.

47) 'RED_LEAVED ROSE' (Species) 'ROSA GLAUCA

48) 'ROBUSTA' Hybrid Rugosa Rose

49) 'ROSA MUNDI' (Rosa gallica versicolor

50) Rosarium Uetersen _CLIMBER

51) Roseraie de l'hay Hybrid Rugosa Rose

52) Rose a Parfum de l'Hay Hybrid Rugosa Rose

53) 'SALET'_Moss Rose

54) Sarah Van Fleet Hybrid Rugosa Rose,

55) 'SCABROSA' Hybrid Rugosa Rose

56) 'SEVEN SISTERS' Old multiflora Rambler Rose

57) 'SIR_THOMAS_LIPTON' Hybrid Rugosa Rose,

58) 'SPARIESHOOP' Hybrid Rugosa Rose (Magnifica descent),

59) 'STANWELL PERPETUAL' Hybrid Scotch Rose

60) 'THE_FAIRY'_( polyantha x wichurianna),

61) 'THERESE BUGNET' Hybrid Rugosa Rose

62) 'TUSCANY SUPERB' Hybrid Gallica Rose

63) 'VEILCHENBLAU' Hybrid multiflora Rose,

64) 'WHITE_COCKADE' (New Dawn descent)_Climbing Rose,

65) William Baffin Explorer Rose 'William Baffin', Kordesii Hybrid Rose 'William Baffin' Pillar or Arching shrub rose often used as a climbing rose because of its size

66) 'WILLIAM_LOBB'_'OLD_VELVET_MOSS'

67) 'ZEPHERINE DROUHIN' (Bourbon) Climbing Rose

68) 'MOMS' ROSE OF SHARON

69) 'SOMBREUIL' (China Hybrid) CLimbing TEA Rose

70) TROPICANNA Hybrid tea rose,

71) CRISPA SPIRAEA

72) SOPS OF WINE Antique Apple

73) SPITZENBERG Antique Apple Tree

74) NEWTON PIPPIN Antique Apple Tree

75) PINXTERBLOOM_AZALEA (R. periclymenoides or R. nudiflorum),

76) AECUBIFOLIA_LILAC

77) ADELAIDE DUNBAR Lilac

78) AGINCOURT BEAUTY (Syringa vulgaris hybrid Lilac

80) CLARKS GIANT (Syringa x hyacinthaflora Lilac),

81) DARK NIGHT (Syringa vulgaris hybrid Lilac

82) EDWARD_GARDENER_LILAC_(Syringa vulgaris Hybrid),

83) FOREST KRESSER SMITH Lilac

84) KRASAVITSA_MOSKVY_LILAC

85) LACINIATA (SYRINGA LACINIATA)

86) LUDWIG_SPAETH_LILAC_(S. VULGARIS HYBRID),

87) MISS_CANADA_LILAC_(S. PRESTONIAE Hybrid)

88) MONGE_LILAC_(S. VULGARISx),

89) French Lilac 'President Poincaire'

90) ROCHESTER_LILAC_(S.VULGARISx

91) SARAH_SANDS_LILAC_(S.VULGARISx),

92) SENSATION_LILAC_(S.VULGARISx),

93) ROSEBAY RHODODENDRON (Rhododendron maximum),

94) AGNES Hybrid Rugosa Rose, ( R. rugosa x R. foetida),

95) DAVID THOMPSON Hybrid Rugosa Rose

96) DELICATA Hybrid Rugosa Rose,

97) FIMBRIATA Hybrid Rugosa Rose

98) ALEXANDER MACKENZIE Explorer Rose

99) CHARLES ALBANEL Hybrid Rugosa Rose

100) FURSTIN VON PLESS Hybrid Rugosa Rose,

101) HENRY HUDSON Explorer Rose,

102) JENS MUNK Hybrid Rugosa Rose,

104) PERPETUAL WHITE MOSS Rose, Perpetual White Moss, Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux, Quatre Saisons Blanche Mousseuseuse,

105) 'MARGUERITE HILLING' Hybrid Moyesii Rose

106) TRIGINTIPETALA (KAZANLIK) Damask Rose,

107) MME DE LA ROCHE-LAMBERT Moss Rose

109) JAMES MACFARLANE LILAC (Syringa prestoniae

110) SNOW APPLE or FAMEUSE,

111) WINTER BANANA APPLE

112) WINESAP APPLE

113) DOUBLEFILE VIBURNUM

114) CELESTIAL or CELESTE Alba Rose

115) NEVADA Hybrid Moyesii Rose,

116) CARDINAL de RICHELIEU Hybrid Gallica

117) KONIGIN VON DANEMARK Alba Rose

118) CAMAIEUX Hybrid Gallica Rose

119) JAPANESE TREE LILAC or Syringa reticulata

120) SUMMER WIND (Rugosa hybrid 'Magnifica' Grandchild

121) NANHO PURPLE BUTTERFLY BUSH

122) WHITE PROFUSION BUTTERFLY BUSH

123) MOMS OREGON GRAPE (Mahonia aquifolium

124) BRIDALWREATH SPIRAEA (Spiraea prunifolia),

125) SEA FOAM (White Dawn x Pinochio 3 times!

126 ALTISSIMO (Tenor hybrid)

127 'GOLDMARIE 82',

128 Rose of Sharon

129 Rose of Sharon

131 CONGO LILAC (S. VULGARIS Hybrid) (9),

132) Amelanchier canadensis 'Glennform'

133 Aloha

134 Crested Moss

135 Ferdinand Pichard

136 Frau Karl Druschki,

137 Fred Loads

138 Grus an Aachen,

139 Great Maidens Blush, or Cuisse de Nymphe or Nymph's Thigh or La Virginale or La Seduisante or The Seductress or Incarnata or Maidens Blush,

140 leverkusen

141 Lichkonigin Lucia

142 Rose du Roi, Portland Rose

143 Schneekoppe, Schneekopf, Snow Pavement Hybrid Rugosa Rose

144 Schneezwerg, Snow Dwarf (R. rugosa x R. bracteata) Hybrid Rugosa Rose

145 Soupert et Notting, Perpetual flowering Damask Moss

146 Souvenir de Philemon Cochet Hybrid Rugosa Rose

147 Semi-Plena

148 York and Lancaster, Damask Rose,

149 Rhonda (New Dawn x Spartan)

150 Flame Azalea or Rhododendron calendulaceum

151) 'BLUECROP' (Vaccinium corymbosum x),

152) 'BLUEJAY' (Vaccinium

153) 'BLUERAY' (Vaccinium)

(154) 'Firefly' N/A

155) 'Redstar' N/A

156) CANDLE LIGHT SPIRAEA

157) Kathleen Harrop

158) La Belle Sultane or Violacea

159) John Franklin, explorer rose

160) Madame Plantier, Alba Rose

161) Rose de Rescht, Portland Rose,

162) Syringa 'Primrose'

163) Peoney 'Red Magic'

164) 'Comte de Chambord' Portland rose, zone 5, pink flowers

165) Lavendula angustifolia 'Hidcote'

166) Lavendula angustifolia 'Munstead'

167) Combination Lilac #167 consisting of 1 Sarah Sands, 1 Sensation and 1 Monge in one 3 gallon pot.

168) Combination Highbush Blueberry #168 consisting of 1 Bluecrop, 1 Bluejay and 1 Blueray in one 3 gallon pot.