My Notes on Every Rose A to H or rosea2h, last edited Tuesday, June 23, 2015 09:55 AM.

by andyvancleve

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

The following list reviews the content of Rose Books directly by Rose Name. During Winter (when we have less work to do in our nursery) I look up in books that I have been able to obtain through the Library Loan System ; roses and lilacs, then in parenthesis, following the name, show the book title, author and page number on which a photo of that rose or lilac may be found (I also show how hardy the plant is according to each author recognizing it maybe hearsay). I believe that the internet is not always the best way to find rose information. There are just to many sources and no way of prioritizing a list on a search engine other than by advertising dollars or pure chance (I have proved this again and again by doing searches only to find the nursery with the plant not listed). I believe that the most important contribution a Rose book can make is to show pictures of the rose and how it is being used by the author in landscaping. Its important to acknowledge the reputation of hardiness these plants have without giving that reputation undue emphasis as it may be hearsay. 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). Pictures of Roses or Lilacs we grow in our nursery also have links from this page.

Broken into 3 pages the other 2 are; Roses I to M & Roses N to Z. Scroll down!

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.

SCROLL DOWN FOR ROSE INDEX

Abbaye de Cluny (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 73, zones 5-9) (Ht/4feet/double/pink/5inch)

'Abraham Darby' ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 248, zone4), (Barron's, 112), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 106), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 39 & 83), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 151, zones 5-10, DR-3/0) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 148, zones 5-10), peach, english, 5x4, fourth generation new dawn hybrid?, fragrant, (Garden; YF), #0

AC Marie-Victorin ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 126, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), 5x4 feet, pink,

Adam Meserich ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh334) Bourbon rose introduced 1920 by Lambert in Germany. Semi-double bright red flowers that fade to pink in clusters. 5x4

Adelaide Hoodless, a Parkland Rose introduced by Marshall of Canada in 1973 {P}

'Adelaide d'Orleans ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh154, zone 8(10 f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, sh224,) ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh27), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 20), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 94), 1826. Best on an arch or in a tree as the flowers hang down. Flowers in early summer strong scent of primrose,

Agatha ("Roses" Beales, 145), Rosa x francofurtana agatha, gallica

Agatha Incarnata or Agathe Carnee ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 40, zone5), <1811

Aglaia ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 60), yellow double flowered rambler with pendulous side shoots introduced in 1896. Works well on an arch.

94) AGNES Hybrid Rugosa Rose, ( R. rugosa x R. foetida), ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 183, zone 4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 74, zones 4-8), (Barron's, 113), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 48), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 127), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:240), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 134, zones 4-8), (hr/6feet/buff/double/3inch/f), introduced in 1922, Rosa rugosa x Rsa foetida persiana, yellow rugosa, 5x4, blooms in spring, some have said it has a later repeat but it might just be buds maturing more slowly (these would apear on old wood only)

Aimable Amie ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 38, zone4), 1843

Aimee Vibert (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 64, zones 8-10) Noisette Rose, up to 5 feet tall, fragrant, double white flowers up to 2 inches across.

'Alain Blanchard ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 37, zone4), ("Roses" Beales, 145), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 106), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 152), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 51, zones 5-9), Spring blooming, fragrant, semi double, crimson flowers with gold stamens, 3.5 feet tall arching shrub, gallica 1839

Alba foliacea ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 51, zone4(-30f)), pink buds open to white semi-double,

1) Rosa alba 'maxima' or Great Double White or Maxima Cheshere rose or Jacobite Rose or White Rose of York ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 51, zone3(-40f)), ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 153) ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 150, zones4-10, DR-0/0) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 32, zone 4), 6x5 feet, 0/0, 3-4 inch white double, hot weather can push the flower season to the point that bloom is over in a week on the other hand cool weather can extend the flowering season,

Alba Meidiland (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 149, zones 4-9),

147 Alba Semi-Plena ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 51, zone3(-40f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 74, zones 3-8), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 101), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 152, zones4-10, DR-0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 32, zone 4), white alba, 6x6, semi-double 3 inch blooms in mid-summer only (flowers on old wood only), <1867,

Alba Suaveolens ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 51, zone4(-30f)), white semi-double,

190 Alberic Barbier ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 150, zone 8(10f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 191, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), (Barron's, 44), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 102, 104), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 42), pink rambler, 15x15, june bloomer (flowers on old wood only), 1.5" flowers, shade tolerant (has been known to flower with only one hour of sun per day), f, #0

2) Albertine ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 153, zone 7(0 f)), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 2), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 23, 68, sh117), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 72, sh:316), 20 feet rambler

169) 'Alchymist' ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 75, zones 5-9), (Barron's, 113), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 149, zones 5-9), (Garden; YF), yellow and copper similar to Madam Hardy fading to salmon fuzz ball, z5, 6x6, blooms in spring (flowers on old wood only), wonderful flower display, more susceptible to black spot in rainy spring, died to ground in Yonder Farms garden winter of 2002; probably rodent ringing.

'Alec's Red ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 107), Hybrid tea 1973

'Alexander ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 17), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 285) Hybrid tea 1972, superstar hybrid

98) ALEXANDER MACKENZIE Explorer Rose ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 178, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), 8x5, repeats, red-pink double, ff, 1985

'Alexandre Girault ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 151, zone 7(0 f)), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 200), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 38, 70), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:316), introduced by Barbier in 1909, Rosa wichuranna x Tea Rose 'Papa Gontier', crimson pink fading to lilac, vigorous but somewhat lanky, 30 feet tall when its slender stems are trained on a trellis.

'Alfred Colomb ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 107), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 360)

Alfred de Dalmas ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:90, fl:174), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 127, zones 4-10, DR-1/0),Moss, 3x2, pink, 1855

Alika (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 51, zones 4-8), Hybrid gallica, up to 8 feet tall, single & semi-double 4 inch flowers, f,

'Alister Stella Gray ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 48), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 345) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 65, zones 7-10), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 92 & 169, zone 7, 8', recurrent, fragrant, white noisette),

'All ablaze (Garden; YF), red climber, z5, 8 to 12 feet, #0

'All American Beauty ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 103), #0

'All That Jazz, orange, shrub, tall, #0

133 Aloha ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 76, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 200, zones 5-9), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 125), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 278), pink short climber (wishful), z5, 6x10, never have to spray it in my garden, It has died back to ground every year so far but regrows 3 feet by june without pruning no problem, Own root is important, (this is one rose we always try to have at Yonder Farms. Sometimes we fail.), (A+), #10

Alpine Sunset (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 73, zones 5-9)(Ht/4feet/double/sunset colored/6inch/f)

126 ALTISSIMO (Tenor hybrid) ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 76, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 205, zones 5-9), (Barron's, 116), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 108), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 278), red climber, z5, 8 to 10 feet, large single flowers, color is like red velvet, never neads spray in my garden but dies back to ground every year then grows back 4 feet by june no problem, (A+), (this is one rose we always try to have at Yonder Farms. Sometimes we fail.),

'Amber Queen, yellow floribunda, medium sized flowers with 30 petals, #0

'Ambridge Rose ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 83), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 150, zones 5-10), english #0

Amelia ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 54, zone4(-30f)), 1823 alba, pink semi-double, ff

Amelie Gravereaux (), Hybrid Rugosa

'America ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 6, 77, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 205, zones 5-9), red climber, 8x10, 4 inch flowers, #0

American Beauty, Mme Ferdinand Jamin, ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 212, zone 4, remontant)1875, introduced in the floral trade for forcing, crimson high centered flowers like a hybrid tea but locally more disease resistant and a hybrid perpetual. (check Climbing American Beauty),

3) American Pillar ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh156, zone 5(-20 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 204, zones 5-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 73, sh:308), pink with white center, z5, 15x20, blooms 8 weeks june and july, 4 inch flowers, doesn't get black spot for me but gets powdery mildew in late summer after its done blooming, fantastic bloom, has died back to the ground last year to regrow as much as 5 feet by june but wont bloom those years. Put in a protected area with lots of room, tolerates part shade,

Amy Robsart ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:74, fllf:204, sh:204),

182 Anais Segales ("Roses" Beales, 145), gallica, 1837, 3x3

Andersonii ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:203), R canina hybrid, 8X6, 1912

Anemone Rose ("Classic Roses" Beales, 403)

'Angel Face ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 32 & 88), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 109), lavender floribunda, z5, 3 feet tall, medium sized flowers with 30 petals

Angele Pernet ("Classic Roses" Beales, 379)

Angelina ("Classic Roses" Beales, 285), superstar and fruhlingsmorgen hybrid, 1976

Anna Pavlova ("Classic Roses" Beales, 82),

Anna Zinkeisen ("Classic Roses" Beales, 286)

'Anne of Geirstein ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 40), Eglantine,

4) Apothecary's Rose, Rosa gallica 'officinallis', Red Rose of Lancaster ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 77, zones 3-8), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 49), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 109), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 60), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 17, 130), ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #2), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 128, zone 3), reddish gallica with semi double and double flowers, z3, 3x3, blooms in spring (flowers on old wood only), fragrant, never gets disease at my house (I dont spray), somewhat lax grower so does well on a stone wall that it can trail over. Ive grown this in both sand and clay but never poor soil and it does great, it has the reputation of doing well in poor soil, (A+),

Apple Blossom ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 157, zone 5(-20 f)), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 78), ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:271), 1932, dawson hybrid, 10x6, almost thornless, multiflora rambler, pink flowers

Applejack (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 150, zones 4-9)

'Apricot Nectar ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 78, zones 5-9), , floribunda, 3x2, #0

'Archduke Charles ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 85 & 110)(Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 48, zones 7-10), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 36 & 147, zone 7), Hybrid China, up to 5 feet, double fragrant pink flowers (3")

Archiduc Joseph ("Classic Roses" Beales, 350),

Ardoisee de Lyon ("Classic Roses" Beales, 36),

Ards Rover ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 214-215, zone 4, 12', slightly remontant, )

Armada () a shrub rose introduced by Harkness in 1988 {P}

'Arnold ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 48), Rosa rugosa x Hybrid Perpetual 'General Jacqueminot',

'Arthur Bell ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 18), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 40), floribunda 1965

Arthur de Sansal ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:191), Portland Rose, introduced 1855 by Cartier of France. double, dark crimson purple with a strong scent. Mildew is a problem. {P}

'Artistry, orange hybrid tea, 1997, 40 petals, #0

Ash Wednesday ("Classic Roses" Beales, 279),

Aspen ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 109, zones 4-10), zone 4, 2/1, yellow, 1.5x3,

Assemblage des Beautes ("Classic Roses" Beales, 153),

Auguste Gervais ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 151, zone 7(0 f)), 20 feet, 1918

'Austrian Copper ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 44), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 12) (Garden; YF), orange and yellow species, 8 feet, blooms in spring (flowers on old wood only), hardy to at least 20 below 0 F, It has a reputation for black spot that it certainly deserves in my climate but I must say that this would probably do well where its hot and dry. #0 {P}

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 ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 110) ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 129, zones 4-10, DR-1/1) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 43, zones 4-7), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 40 & 133, zone 4), Damask, 4x3, double pink flowers (3"),

'Autumn Sunset (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 151, zones 5-9), yellow climber, z5, 6x4, sport of westerland, died back winter of 2003 in Yonder Farms Garden but seems to be regrowing fine, #10

Aviateur Bleriot ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 152, zone 7(0 f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:317), 1910,

Awakening ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 179, zones 5-10, DR-1/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 206, zones 5-10), 10x8, shade tolerant, continuous flowering, pink double, fff

Ayrshire Rose ("Classic Roses" Beales, 45),

'Baby Blanket (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 151, zones 5-9) 3feet, 2.5inch pink flowers,#0

'Baby Faurax ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 79, zones 5-9), , pink polyantha, no thorns, z5, 18 inches by 12 inches, #0

Baby Grand (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 179, zones 5-10), 12 to 18 inch miniature rose, double, 2 inch pink flowers, repeat,

'Baby Love, yellow patio dwarf, buttercup like flowers, #0

7) 'BALLERINA'_Hybrid Musk, ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 79, zones 5-9), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 111), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 108), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 43, fllf:264), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 128, zones 4-10, DR-0/0) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 126, zones 5-10) (hm/5feet/pink/semi-double/three quarters of an inch), (Garden; YF), pink hybrid musk, 5x5, saw one of these in 2002 in Albany planted in a hedge fine display of flowers,

Belinda's Dream

'Baltimore Belle ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 154, zone 5(-20 f)), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 22), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 54), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 112), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:313), Feast 1843, a Noisette x Rosa setigera,

'Bantry Bay (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 206, zones 5-9), (Barron's, 121), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 279), Large flowered climber,

'Barbara Busch #0

'Barbara Streisand, lavender Hybrid tea, weeks roses had it, #0

Baronne Edmonde de Rothschild (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 74, zones 5-9) (Ht/4feet/double/red-pink/5inches/f)

Baron de Wassenaer ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 73, zone5(-20f)Verdier 1854 Damask Moss, blooms over a long period, 4 feet),

'Baron Girod de l'Ain ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 83), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 362), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 213, zone 4, slightly remontant), Hybrid Perpetual introduced by Reverchon of France in 1897, sport of Eugene Furst. Double crimson flowers with a fringe of white at the margins. {P}

Baroness Rothschild ("Classic Roses" Beales, 375), Baronne Adolphe de Rothschild, introduced by Pere of France in 1868. 'Souvenir de la Reine d'Angleterre' sport. Rose pink double flowers that are slightly cupped with a strong fragrance. {P}

'Baronne Prevost ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 80, zones 4-8), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 101), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 80), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 112), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 363) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 57, zones 5-8), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 210, zone 4, remontant), hybrid perpetual, 4 inch fragrant double pink flowers, 5x3, #0

'Basye's Blueberry ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 113), 1982

6) 'BASYE'S PURPLE' Hybrid Rugosa Rose ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 113), 1968

Beauty Secret (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 180, zones 5-10), Miniature

'Belinda ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 89 & 114), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 126, zones 6-10), (hm/5feet/semidouble/red-pink/three quarters of an inch), Hybrid Musk

'Belinda's Dream ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 114), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 152, zones 5-9) 1988, early in 2003 this seemed to be quite diseas resistant but developed blackspot with a vengeance later as though to make up for lost time.

Bellard ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 40, zone5), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh137), 1842? gallica

Belle Amour ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 54, zone4(-30f)), ("Roses" Beales, 164), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:184), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 33, zone 5) 5 foot alba, pink semi-double flowers.

'Belle Blanca ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 12),

181Belle de Crecy ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 130, zones 3-10, DR-0/2), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 52, zones 4-8), hybrid gallica, 4x3, purple

'Belle Isis ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 40, zone5), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 24), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 153), Gallica 1845, 4X3

8) 'BELLE_POITEVINE' Hybrid Rugosa Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 81, zones 4-8), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 45), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:240), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 152, zones 3-10, 0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 134, zones 4-8) (hr/4feet/red-purple/semi-double/4inch/f), Pink rugosa, 4x4,

'Belle Story ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 115) ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 130, zones 5-10, DR-1/2),(Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 152, zones 5-9), David Austin English Rose, 4x4, pink

Belvedere ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh153),

'Berries 'n cream, pink and white climber, #0

'Betty Boop, white with red edge floribunda, 3, #0

'Betty Prior ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 82, zones 5-9), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 22), pink floribunda, z5, 4x3, originally referred to as a hybrid polyantha, #10

'Bibi Maizoon ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 47, 71, 84), pink english, z5, the reeve x chaucer, #0

'Bill Warriner, orange floribunda, sun flare x impatient, 4 feet, 3.5 inch flowers, #0

'Bishop Darlington ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 33 & 115), intoduced in 1936 by Thomas in the USA. A Hybrid Musk with creamy white to pink semi double flowers and a yellow base. Strongly scented. 5x5, {P}

Bizarre Triomphant ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 34, zone4),

Black Jade (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 180, zones 5-10), Miniature

Blairi No. 1 ("Classic Roses" Beales, 14),

Blairi No. 2 ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:342), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, 78, sh79)

'Blairii Number 2 ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh58), bourbon rose,

9) 'BLANC_DOUBLE_DE_COUBERT'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 183, zone 4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 82, zones 3-8), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 116), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:241), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 153, zones3-10, 0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 135, zones 3-8), (hr/5feet/white/double/3inch/fff), white rugosa, 5x4, rugosa x tea rose sombrueil, Many of the hybrids from crossing rugosa and tea roses have been sterile. Thats one of the reasons many rugosa hybrids are not used in hybridization, this one has the reputation of being one of the first rugosa hybrids,

Blanche de Belgique or Blanche Superbe ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 54, zone4(-30f)), 1817 Alba, 5 feet, 3.5 inch double white flowers, fragrance compared to hyacinths,

Blanchfleur ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh64, zone5(-13f)1835 centifolia),

Blanche Moreau ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh68, zone5(-20f)1880 Damask Moss, Quatre Saisons Blanche Mousseuse x Comtesse de Murinais),

'Blaze ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 83, zones 5-9), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 119), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 116)red climber, z5, 10 feet, a hybrid of Pauls Scarlet Climber crossed with Gruss an Teplitz, blooms in spring, prone to mildew. #0

'Blaze Improved (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 207, zones 5-10), (Garden; YF), Large flowered Climber, red 10 feet, I believe this to be a repeat blooming sport of Blaze, #11

Bleu Magenta ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 160, zone 5(-20 f)), 15 feet

'Bloomfield Courage ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 69),

'Blueberry Hill, lilac shrub, medium height, large flowers with 15 petals, playgirl hybrid, #0

Blue Boy ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh64, zone5(-13f)centifolia introduced by Kordes in 1958),

'Blue Mist ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 117)

'Blush Damask or Blush Gallica ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 44, zone5), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 63), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:184), introduced 1759, early summer bloom

'Blush Hip ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 153), Alba Rose, (canceled) {P}

'Blush Noisette ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 117), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 34), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 153, zones 5-10, 1/1), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 65, zones 7-10), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 47 & 160, zone 7), 1817

Blush Rambler ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 157, zone 5(-20 f)), 1903, 15 feet, almost thornless,

Bobbie James ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 147, zone 7(0 degrees f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 52, sh:271), multiflora rambler, 30x20

'Bonanza, yellow and orange shrub, tall, medium flowers with 20 petals, Kordes 1984, #8

'Bonica ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 193, zone4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 84, zones 4-9), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 112), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 287) ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #12) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 153, zones 5-9) defoliates 50% by mid summer but otherwise doesn't show much disease. pink arching shrub, z5, 5x4, 2.5 inch flowers, #0

Botzaris ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 53) summer damask introduced in 1856, 3 feet tall, white double with a strong scent {P}

'Boule de Neige (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 101), ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 75), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 117), ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh334), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 36, zone 6-10), Bourbon Rose introduced by Lacharme in 1867, Blanch Lafitte x Sapho, DR? {P}

Bourbon Queen ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh67), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 31),

Bow Bells ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 74, 85)

'Boy Crazy, red, #0

'Brandy ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 109), yellow hybrid tea, tall, #0

'Brass Band, orange and yellow floribunda, #0

Breal o' Day ("Designing With Roses" Lord, fl94)

'Bredon, english #0

Bremda Colvin ("Classic Roses" Beales, 57),

Brennus ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:326)

Bride's Dream ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 84, zones 5-9),

Bright Smile ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #3)

'Brother Cadfael("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 86), pink english, #0

'Buffalo Gal (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 135, zones 3-8), (hr/4feet/red-purple/semi-double/4inches/f), (Garden; YF), reddish rugosa, 4 feet, 4 inch flowers,

'Buff Beauty ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 85, zones 5-9), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 19), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 132), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:264), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 10) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 127, zones 5-9), (hm/5feet/peachy orange and yellow/double/4inches/f), Hybrid Musk, 5x5 {P}

Bullata or A Feuilles de Laitue or Lettuce Rose or Rosa centifolia 'Bullata' ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 59, zone5(-13f)), 1801, the leaves apear to be swolen between the veins,

'Burning Desire, HT Olympiad x HT Ingred Bergman, 5 feet tall, 4.5 inch flowers with 30 petals, glossy leaves

Cabage Rose (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 41, zones 4-8), (Garden; YF), Centifolia 5x5, double 3 inch pink flowers,

'Cal Poly (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 181, zones 5-10), Miniature#0

10) 'CALOCARPA'_(rugosa X chinensis)

118) CAMAIEUX Hybrid Gallica Rose ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 38, zone5), ("Roses" Beales, 146), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 85, zones 4-8), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 101), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 154), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 132, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 52, zones 4-8), Hybrid gallica, 3X3, 1830, striped double 3 inch flowers

'Camille, pink shrub, #0

Canary Bird ("Classic Roses" Beales, 61),

'Candy Apple, red grandiflora, #0

Candy Cane (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 201, zones 5-10), climbing miniature,

'Candy Mountain, shrub, 2 feet, #0

Candy Sunblaze (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 181, zones 5-10), Miniature

Canterbury ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 87)

Captain Hayward ("Classic Roses" Beales, 363)

Captain Thomas (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 200, zones 5-9), climber, yellow

Capitaine John Ingram ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:173),

116) CARDINAL de RICHELIEU Hybrid Gallica ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh34, zone4), ("Roses" Beales, 147), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 86, zones 4-8), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, 56), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 101), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 154), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 132, zones 4-10, DR-0/1), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 52), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 129), zones 4-8), hybrid gallica, 4x3, purple, grape-purple flowers, 1840

Cardinal Hume ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 196, zone5(-20 f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 286), Harkness 1984, double violet-purple, 5',

11) 'CAREFREE_BEAUTY' (Descended from 'New Dawn')("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 192, zone3(-33 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 87, zones 4-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 153, zones 4-9), pink shrub, z4, 5x3, prairie princess x seedling, semi double,

'Carefree Delight ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 195, zone6(-10 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 154, zones 4-10), pink and white shrub, Floribunda eyepaint x zone 6 floribunda nirvanna, single flowers, #0

'Carefree Wonder or Carefully Wonder or Dynastie ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 197, zone3(-40 f)), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 27 & 33), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 154, zones 4-9), pink shrub, 5x3, 3 inch flowers, prairie princess x zone 6 floribunda nirvanna x Floribunda eyepaint, full double, (this is one rose we always try to have at Yonder Farms. Sometimes we fail.), #0

Casino ("Classic Roses" Beales, 279)

Catherine Mermet ("Classic Roses" Beales, 350)

'Cecille Brunner ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 87, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 144, zones 5-10), (polyantha/3feet/pink/double/2inch/f)

'Cecille Brunner ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 19), ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:326), pink climber, z5, 20 feet, sport of the polyantha, #0

114) CELESTIAL, CELESTE or Rosa damascena 'Aurora' Alba Rose '("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 53, zone4(-30f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 88, zones 3-8), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:198), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 154, zones 3-10, 0/0) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 33, zone 5), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 135, zone 3), 6'X4', shade tolerant, june blooming, fff, never neads pruning unless its to remove broken or dead wood, Ancient Alba, {P}

Celina ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:175), introduced by Hardy in 1855, 4X3

'Celine Forestier (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 102), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 346) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 66, zones 7-10),

12) 'CELSIANA'_Old Damask Rose ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh46, zone4(-22f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 89, zones 3-8), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 13), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:185), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 44, zones 4-8), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 154, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 131, zone 3)Damask, 4x4, semi-double, fragrant, pink flowers (4"),

'Centifolia or The Old Cabbage Rose or Provence Rose or Rose des Peintres or Rosa x centifolia ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 59, zone5(-13f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 89, zones 4-8), striped pink centifolia shrub rose, z4, 5x5, fragrant, blooms for a couple weeks May 20 til June 9 (flowers on old wood only), 1596, #0

Centifolia Muscosa Alba or Shailer's White Moss or White Bath ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh67, zone5(-13f)1788 Moss),

'Cerise Bouquet ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 197, zone5(-20 f)), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh29), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:235, sh:236), Rosa multibracteata x Hybrid tea 'Crimson Glory', Kordes 1958, 12' x 12', summer bloom,

'Champion Of The World ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 83), Hybrid Perpetual introduced by Woodhouse in 1894, Hermosa x Magna Charta,

13) 'CHAMPLAIN' Explorer (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 122, zones 3-9), (Hk/4feet/double/red/3inches), (Garden; YF, AH), red explorer, 3x3, 2.5 inch flowers, I had placed one of these on my drip line and forgotten about it. Each year when I saw it it was blooming fine, though after several years it got sort of gangly which could be explained away by the half light it was in and never any fertilizer. Finally in the seventh year I took it and planted it in the soil and it died that winter. It had rooted through the bottom of the pot of course and so I probably shocked it terribly by pulling it out of the ground. But I cant help but think if I had left it in that horrible location in its pot it would still be alive today. (A+),

'Champney's Pink Cluster ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 90, zones 6-9), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 79) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 66, zones 7-10, ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 156, zones 6-10, DR-0/0), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 159, zone 7), up to 8 feet tall, double 2 inch flowers

Charlemagne or President Dutailly ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 179, zones 4-10, DR-0/1), 6x4, hybrid gallica, june bloomer, red-purple, fff

99) CHARLES ALBANEL Hybrid Rugosa Rose ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 109, zones 2-10), 0/0, pinkish red rugosa hybrid, 1.5 feet x 3 feet, z2, souvenir de philemon cochet hybrid

'Charles Austin ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 28, 88), New Dawn Hybrid 'Aloha' X English Rose 'Chaucer'.

'Charles de Mills ("Roses" Beales, 146), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 91, zones 4-8), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 12 & 66), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 21, 129), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 155), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 133, zones 4-10, DR-0/1), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 53, zones 4-8), red hybrid gallica, 4X4, double 5 inch fragrant flowers {P} #0

'Charles Rennie Mackintosh ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 65, 89), (English Rose 'Chaucer' X Rugosa 'Conrad Ferdinand Meyer') X English Rose 'Mary Rose'

Charlotte (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 155, zones 5-10), yellow, 3-6feet, double 3.5 inch flowers, ff

'Charmian ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 45, 57, 90), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 155, zones 5-10), 4-8feet, pink double 3 inch flowers, ff

'Chapeau de Napoleon' ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 18), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:25, sh:172), Rosa centifolia, Crested Moss sometimes called 'Cristata'

Chaplins Pink Companion ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:317)

Charles Lefebvre ("Classic Roses" Beales, 364)

Chaucer ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 90), Gallica Rose 'Duchesse de Montebello' X English Rose 'Constance Spry'

Chevy Chase ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 160, zone 5(-20 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 55, zones 5-9) Hybrid multiflora up to 15 feet tall with support, double 1.5 inch red flowers,

'Chianti ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 25, 91), Gallica 'Tuscany' X Floribunda 'Dusky Maiden',

'Chicago Peace ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 61), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 74, zones 5-9) pink and yellow hybrid tea, 4 feet tall, 5.5 inch flowers, 60 petals, glossy foliage, sport of Peace, #0

Childs Play (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 182, zones 4-10), Miniature

'China Doll ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 92, zones 5-9), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 233,) ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 89), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 144, zones 5-10), (polyantha/2feet/red-pink/double/2inch)

China Town ("Classic Roses" Beales, 299) ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh136), floribunda

Chloris or Rosee du Matin ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 54, zone4(-30f)disease free), 1820 Alba, 6 feet, pale pink double flowers, ff, {P}

'Chrysler Imperial ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 93, zones 5-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 61), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 75, zone 6-9), red hybrid tea, z5, 5 inch flowers, #0

Cinderella ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 93, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 182, zones 5-9), Miniature

14) 'CITY_OF_YORK'_Climber ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 94, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 207, zones 5-9), light yellow climber, blooms in spring with some repeat from slow to mature buds (flowers on old wood only), 12x12 #0 {P}

Clair Matin ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 94, zones 6-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 208, zones 5-10), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 280), Large Flowered Climber

Claire Rose ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 92)

'Class act ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 95, zones 5-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 88), white floribunda, z5, 3x2, #0

Clementina Carbonieri ("Classic Roses" Beales, 350)

15) 'CLIMBING AMERICAN BEAUTY' ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 22), cross between American Beauty and a wichuraianna rose.

Climbing Cecile Brunner ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 152, zone 8(10 f)),

Climbing Eden ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh386)

Climbing Gold Badge ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 99),

Climbing Iceberg ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 31, 69),

'Climbing Jeanne Lajoie, pink climber, #10

'Climbing Peace, yellow with pink edge climber, 8 to 10 feet tall, 5 inch flowers, 35 petals, #0

'Climbing Pinkie ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 88), polyantha

'Clotilde Soupert ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 95, zones 5-9), ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 87), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 48), polyantha, multiflora x china, zone 5, 1890's

Cocktail ("Classic Roses" Beales, 287), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 156, zones 5-9), 5-6feet, red single 3 inch glowers with yellow center,

Commandant Beaurepaire ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:334)

Common Moss or Communis or Centifolia Muscosa or Old Pink Moss ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 96, zones 4-8), sport of 'Centifolia', introduced in France around 1696.

'Compassion (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 208, zones 5-9), , pink climber, z5, 12 feet, 1.5 inch flowers, #0

16) 'COMPLICATA' Old gallica Rose ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh33, zone4), ("Roses" Beales, 148, exceptional, even in poor soils.), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 97, zones 4-8), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh34 & 35), (Cruse, 62), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 60), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 155), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 53, zones 5-8), Rosa gallica hybrid, 10X6, 4 inch 5 petaled flowers,

Comtesse Cecile de Chabrillant ("Classic Roses" Beales, 366)

Comtesse de Murinais ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh67, zone5(-20f)1843 Moss, blooms mostly in summer a few in autumn, prone to mildew),

Comtesse Doria ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 71, zone5(-20f)1854 Damask Moss),

Comtesse du Cayla ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 153, zone 7)

164) 'Comte de Chambord' Portland rose, zone 5, pink flowers ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh102), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 102), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 79), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:191), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 69, zones 5-9) 1860, pink portland, flowers up to 4 inches across, fff, 4x3, #0

Conditorum, ("Classic Roses" Beales, 156), 4X3, Ancient

17) 'CONRAD_FERDINAND_MEYER'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 184, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 53), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:241), Hybrid Rugosa, muller 1899, R. rugosa hybrid x Gloire de Dijon {P}

18) 'CONSTANCE_SPRY' ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 97, zones 4-9), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, 40, sh41), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 24, 44, 93), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 280) ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh140), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 156, zones 5-9), pink english climber, z4, 15 feet, blooms in spring (flowers on old wood only), fantastic flower and fragrance, Gallica 'Belle Isis' X Floribunda 'Dainty Maid', I understand that this rose has the gene for repeat bloom though it does not repeat. At my fathers house it dies back a bit each year in its rather windy location but it never needs spraying and when its in bloom one could wish that all my roses were this nice and smelled as sweet. (A+), #0

Cooper's Burmese ("Classic Roses" Beales, 402)

'Coquette des Blanches ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 75), Bourbon Rose introduced by Lacharme in 1871, Blanche Lafitte x Sapho, DR?

Coral Cluster ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 110, zones 5-10, DR1/1), 1.5x2.5, continuous bloom, pink,

Coral Dawn ("Classic Roses" Beales, 281) New Dawn Hybrid

183 'Cornelia' ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 98, zones 5-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:265), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 127, zones 6-9), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 156, zones 4-10, DR-0/0), (hm/5feet/pink and yellow/double/1inch) pemberton 1925, hybrid musk,

Cornelissen ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 76), Bourbon rose

'Corylus ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 110, zones 3-10, Dr0/0), pinkish shrub, R. nitida x R. rugosa rubra, 2.5 feet x 3 feet, z3, 1988, continuous bloom #0

Cosimo Ridolfi ("Roses" Beales, 145, delightful), Vibert, France 1842, 3x3

'Cottage Rose ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 94), pink english, 4 feet, 100 petals, wife of bath x mary rose, 1991, #9

19) 'COUNTRY_DANCER'_('Prairie Princess' Hybrid) ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 192, zone4(-30 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 157, zones 4-9), pink shrub, prairie princess hybrid, medium height, large double flowers with 25 petals, 1973, (A+), I have this planted together with Fantin Latour and Linda Campbell in a 4x4 raised bed in front of my house and even though they see no fungicide and are watered rather sparingly have never shown blackspot or mildew. I mulch with compost (6 inches or more Nutrabrew). Otherwise no fertilizer.

'The Countryman, pink english,

'Cotillion, #0

'Countess Celeste, #0

Country Living ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 95), English Rose 'Graham Thomas X English Rose 'Wife of Bath'

Coupe d'Hebe ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:335)

'Crackling Fire, orange miniature, 18 inches tall, 2 inch flowers with 30 petals in clusters, #0

Cramoisi Picote ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 36, zone5),

Cramoisi Superieur (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 49, zones 7-10), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 49 & 146, zone 7), Hybrid China, up to 6 feet, double 3" fragrant red flowers,

'Crepuscule (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 102), ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 48), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 346), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh134)

'Cressida, 5x5, large apricot flowers, hardy to 15 degrees, #0

134 Crested Moss, Cristata or Chapeau de Napoleon or Rosa centifolia 'Cristata' (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 102), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 62, zones 5-9), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 137, zone 4), Moss Rose, up to 6 feet tall, fragrant, double pink flowers up to 3 inches across.

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

'Crimson Bouquet, red grandiflora, 4 feet, 4.5 inch flowers, #0

Crimson Conquest ("Classic Roses" Beales, 386)

'Crimson Glory ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 88) ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh386)

Crimson Shower ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 67, 86),

134 Cristata, or Chapeau de Napoleon or Crested Moss or Rosa centifolia 'Cristata' ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 58, zone5(-13f)), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 18), Rosa centifolia, Creted Moss called 'Chapeau de Napoleon'

Crystaline (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 75, zones 5-10)(Ht/5feet/double/white/5inches/f)

'Cupcake, #0

Cupid ("Classic Roses" Beales, 71),

'Curly Pink ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 95), rospinpri x roscriglo, DR

'Cuthbert grant, reddish explorer, 15 petals, 1967, #0

'Cymbeline ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 51 & 79)

d' Aguesseau ("Roses" Beales, 148 upright and vigorous with dark foliage), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 156), 1823, 4X3, Vibert France 1823,

'Dainty Bess ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 99, zones 5-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 61), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 380) ("Designing With Roses" Lord, fl91) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 76, zones 5-9) (Ht/8feet/single/pink/5inches) 1925

'Dainty Maid ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 24), floribunda

Danae ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 133, zones 5-10, DR-1/0), yellow flowered Hybrid Musk, 4x4 feet, continuous bloom, Trier x Gloire de Chedane-Guinoisseau, Pemberton, 1913

Danse de Feu ("Classic Roses" Beales, 281)

Dapple Dawn ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 99, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 157, zones 5-9), sport of 'Red Coat', Austin 1983,

'Dark Lady, red english, #0

172 Dart's Dash- ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 111, zones 3-10, DR0/0), Hybrid Rugosa, red magenta, 3x4, #0

95) DAVID THOMPSON Hybrid Rugosa Rose ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 186, zone 3(-40 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 136, zones 3-9), (hr/5feet/red-purple/semi-double and double/2.5inches/f), an explorer rose and Hybrid Rugosa rose, introduced in Canada 1979

'Dawson ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 52), Multiflora Rambler bred in the US 1888 by Jackson Dawson who was superintendent of the Arnold Arboretum for 40 years, (Rosa multiflora x Hybrid perpetual Genral Jacqueminot) x Hybrid perpetual Genral Jacqueminot, described as stupendously hardy, bright pale crimson fading to pink with white centers, clusters of 10 to 20 (3cm), extremely vigorous and disease resistant. In the Quest-Ritson picture it looks casually similar to Ballerina only 15 feet tall and 10 feet wide. Another comment I've heard 'unaffected by neglect' makes me very curious. I'm looking for this one.

Debutante ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 158, zone 4(-30 f)), 12 feet, 1901, rambler, clusters of double pink flowers, R. wichuranna x Hybrid Perpetual,

de la Grifferaie ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 161, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 44), 1845, The Seven Sisters x Rosa gallica, 10 feet, almost thornless, crimson double flowers well scented,

96) DELICATA Hybrid Rugosa Rose, ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 139) ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 71, 134, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 136, zones 3-9), (hr/4feet/pink/semi-double/3.5inch), Hybrid rugosa introduced 1898 by Cooling, semi-double lavender-pink flowers with yellow stamens. somewhat small.

'De Meaux ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh54), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 29), Rosa centifolia sport, <1799, 3 to 4 feet tall, each flower is a perfect rosette,

De Montarville ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 13, 111, zones 3-10, DR1/0), 3x3, continuous bloom, red

Desprez a fleurs Jaunes ("Classic Roses" Beales, 347), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh124)

Devoniensis ("Classic Roses" Beales, 82),

Diamond Jubilee ("Classic Roses" Beales, 381)

'Dianna Princess of Wales #0

Distant Drums ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 194, zone4(-30 f)), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 158, zones 5-9), Buck 1985, Grandiflora 'September Song' x English Rose 'The Yeoman',

Dolly Parton (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 76, zones 5-9) (Ht/5feet/double/red/6inches/f)

Doncasterii ("Classic Roses" Beales, lfhp227),

Don Juan ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 100, zones 6-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 209, zones 6-10),

Dornroschen (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 158, zones 4-9)

'Dornroschenschloss sababurg ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 112, zones 5-10, DR0/0),pink shrub,3x3, kordes 1993, In my front border along the sidewalk this grew for maybe 5 years with no care other than watering in a highly manured clay soil (manured 10 years before). Its glossy leaves never showed blackspot nor mildew and its fragrant high centered flowers were regularly presented without problems. It apears to have suffered some rodent damage in the winter of 2003 and finally gave up the ghost. (A+), #0

'Dorothy Perkins ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 158, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 62), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 72), Pink rambler, z5, 15 feet, J&P 1931, We had Dorothy Perkins and Super Dorothy both and they both performed well. Spring blooming (flowers on old wood only). The canes are thin and so as the rose grows the canes have to be regularly tied up or they become rather tangled. Remember to tie it horizontally first then tie the laterals from the horizontals at a 45 degree angle. So often people train this straight up and it becomes ludicrously bare legged (that is unless you want to train it into a tree, then go straight up) #0

20) 'DORTMUND'_Hybrid Kordesii CL ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 100, zones 5-9), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 181, zones 3-10, DR-1/0), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 30), ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 21 & 92), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:223), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 122, zones 4-9), (Hk/8feet/single/red/3.5inches), red with white center climber, Hybrid kordesii, 8 feet, #0

Double Delight (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 77, zones 6-10) (Ht/5feet/double/pink/5inch/f)

Double Pink ("Classic Roses" Beales, 47, 140), Burnet Rose

Double White ("Classic Roses" Beales, 140),

Dr Dick, pink hybrid tea, exhibition size flowers, Cocker 1986, #0

21) 'DR. ECKENER' Hybrid Rugosa Rose ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 182, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 50), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:242), Hybrid Rugosa Introduced in Germany during 1930, 'Golden Emblem' X Rosa rugosa hybrid, yellow and copper double flowers, 10X8, vigorous,

Dr Grill ("Classic Roses" Beales, 82, 351),

Dr Huey (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 10, 209, zones 4-9), Large flowered Climber, non-recurrent dark red wichuranna rose blooms in spring (flowers on old wood only), fast becoming common in the northeast as many rose grafters graft other roses onto it and when it suckers and the scion dies Dr Huey remains, Its gotten to the point where people ask for it, I just tell them find a grafted hybrid tea thats cheap-plant it with the graft above soil and when the hybrid tea dies youll have Dr Huey.

Dr. J.H. Nichols, climber, #0

Dr W. Van Fleet (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 210, zones 4-10), #0 {P}

Dream Weaver, pink climber, 12 feet tall, 3.5 inch flowers with 30 petals in clusters,glossy foliage, #0

Dublin (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 77, zones 6-10), (Ht/5feet/double/red/4.5inch/f) reddish hybrid tea, mister Lincoln hybrid,

22) 'DUBLIN_BAY'_Cl. (New Dawn Hybrid) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 210, zones 4-10), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 141), ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #10) red climber, Bantry Bay x Altissimo, 8 to 10 feet, 1975, 25 petals, 2 or 3 generation hybrid from New Dawn,

Duc de Guiche ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 36, zone4), ("Roses" Beales, 148, rather sprawley...), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 157), Prevost 1835, 4X4, gallica

Ducher ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 150, zone 7)

Duchesse d'Abrantes ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh68, zone5(-20f)1851 Moss),

Duchesse d' Angouleme, Duc d'Angouleme ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh41, zone6), ("Roses" Beales, 148, Vibert, France 1835, 4x3), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 157), gallica

Duchesse de Brabant ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens", Dorra, 81), ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 73), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 71, zones 7-10) Tea rose introduced by Bernede in 1857, made famous perhaps by Teddy Roosevelt wearing it in his lapel, introduced 1857, up to 5 feet tall, double flowers up to 5 inches across, fff,

184 Duchesse de Montebello ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 41, zone5), ("Roses" Beales, 149, tidy, upright), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 157), Gallica rose introduced 1829, by Laffay of France. Double pink flowers, 4x3. {P}

Duet (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 78, zones 5-10) (Ht/6feet/double/pink/4inches)

Duke of Wellington ("Classic Roses" Beales, 365)

Dunwich Rose ("Classic Roses" Beales, 141),

Duplex ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 158, zones 4-10, DR-0/0)

Dupuy Jamain (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 102), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 36),

Dusky Maiden ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 25), floribunda 1947

Earthquake (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 183, zones 6-10), Miniature

Easy Going, Yellow floribunda, #0

Eclair ("Classic Roses" Beales, 366)

Eclipse ("Designing With Roses" Lord, fl92),

Eco Rose, Flower Carpet, #0

Eddie's Jewel ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 196, zone5(-20 f)), 1962 red semi-double, Floribunda 'Donald Prior' x Rosa moyesii seedling, 9', repeats,

Eden Climber or Eden or Eden Rose 88 or Pierre de Ronsard ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 101, zones 5-9), , pink climber, z5, 12 feet, large flowers, France 1985, USA 1988, #0

Edmond Proust ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 66), Wichuranna Rambler

Electric Blanket, #0

Electron ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 102, zones 5-9), McGredy in New Zealand 1973,

Elisa Robichon ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 63),

Elmshorn ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 196, zone5(-20 f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 289)(Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 159, zones 5-9), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 159, zones 4-10, DR-1/0,), 4-6 feet, 2 inch pink double, repeats,

Emily Gray ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:318)

Emperor du Maroc () Hybrid perpetual, 1958, red {P}

Empress Josephine ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, 52), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 28, 158), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 62, zones 3-9), Old Rose up to 5 feet tall, double pink flowers up to 4 inches across

Enfant de France (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 58, zones 5-9) Hybrid perpetual, up to 5 feet tall, double fragrant pink flowers up to 5 inches across,

English garden ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 57, 61 & 67), yellow english, 3 feet, medium flowers, #0

English Sachet #0

Erfurt ("Classic Roses" Beales, 288), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 128, zone 6-9), (hm/5feet/red-pink/semi-double/5inch/fff)

Erinnerung an Brod ("Climbing Roses of The World" Quest-Ritson, plate 23),

Escapade ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 103, zones 5-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 300) floribunda, #0

Essex ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #5)

Etoile de Hollande ("Classic Roses" Beales, 388)

Eugene de Beauharnais ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 70), China Rose, introduced by Hardy in 1838, {P}

Eugene E Marlitt ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 75), Bourbon rose introduced by Geschwind in 1900,

Eugene Furst ("Classic Roses" Beales, 367)

Eugenie Guinoisseau ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 71, zone5(-20f)1864 Repeat flowering Moss, suggests this is the true name of Mme de la Roche-Lambert, 5 feet), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:177),

Euphrates ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 189, zone 5(-20 f)), 1986

Europeana ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 103, zones 5-9), red floribunda, the flower looks a lot like linda campbell which is both hardier and more disease resistant, #0

Eutin ("The Organic Rose Garden" Druitt, 29 & 89),

Evelyn ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 32 & 42), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 160, zones 5-9), yellow english, 6 feet, 5 inch flowers, #0

Excelsa ("Classic Roses" Beales, 58, 89),

Eye Paint ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 84 & 92),

F.J. Grootendorst ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 107, zones 4-8), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 48), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 49), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:243), reddish Hybrid rugosa, z4, 5x3, 1.5 inch flowers in clusters, These have a tendence like others of its ilk to become rather bare legged, The carnation like miniature flowers though are unusual, {P} #0

Fabvier ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:327)

Fair Bianca ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 104, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 160, zones 5-9)

Fairy check 'The Fairy'.

Falstaff, red fading to purple english, 4 feet tall, 3.5 inch flowers with 105 petals, fragrant, one of my favorite english roses with its centifolia like flowers and good fragrance, Ive used it in some comparison shots recently that will probably show up in rosebuy soon, (B+), #0

23) 'FANTIN_LATOUR'_Old Centifolia Rose ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh64, zone5(-13f)flowers at mid-summer), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 105, zones 4-8), (Cruse, 37), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 14), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 95, sh116, fls138), ("Classic Roses" Beales, the cover & 168), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 42, zones 5-8), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 136, zone 3), pink centifolia, 6x5, blooms in spring (flowers on old wood only), I planted this one beneath my apple espalier in a raised bed with clay soil, I plan to train it into a cascade down one side (linda campbell will cascade on the other) I am propagating from it as well of course, Its not a true centifolia but that story is to big for this location, (A+), #2 {P}

24) 'FATHER_HUGO'S ROSE'_Species Rose ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 160, zones 3-10, DR-0/0),

Felicia ("Classic Roses" Beales, sh:266), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 135, zones 5-10, DR-1/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 128, zones 6-10), (hm/8feet/pink to peach/double/3inch/f), 4x4, pemberton, 1928, trier x ophelia,

185 Felicite Parmentier ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 55, zone4(-30f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 106, zones 3-8), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 14), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:200) ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 136, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 34, zone 4-8) flowers are yellowish in bud opening to flesh pink fading to white, Alba-Damask hybrid, 4x3, once blooming, 1834 {P}

173 Felicite et Perpetue ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:312) ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 66) Named by The Duc d'Orleans after his twin daughters in 1828 (Felicitas and Perpetua). Flowering in summer it grows to around six feet with small white rosette flowers. Seemingly derived from Rosa sempervirens. {P}

Felicite-Perpetue ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 154, zone 7(0 f)), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 85), 15 feet, rambler, 1827,

Fellemberg ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 48), Pink China

Fellenberg ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 79), introduced before 1835,

135 Ferdinand Pichard ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 106, zones 4-9), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, 45), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 102), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 16 & 67), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh134), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 367), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 18, 136, zones 5-10, DR-3/0) fully double striped with red and purple hybrid perpetual, 4x3, The one in the garden at Yonder Farms dies back each year but so far has come back as of 2003,

97) FIMBRIATA Hybrid Rugosa Rose or Phoebe's Frilled Pink or Dianthiflora ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:242), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 137, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 137, zones 4-8), (hr/5feet/light-pink/semi-double/3inches/fff), , Hybrid rugosa introduced in france 1891, R. rugosa X 'Mme Alfred Carriere', small white and pink double flowers that reminds one somewhat of Dianthus, 4X4

Fiona ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #11)

Fire Princess ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #14)

First Kiss, pink floribunda, sun flare x simplicity, Warriner, 1991, #0

First Light ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 192, zone4(-30 f)), 1998, Bonica x Ballerina, #0

Fishermans Friend (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 161, zones 5-9)

Flamingo ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 49), R. rugosa x White Wings, Howard 1956,

Flower Carpet (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 161, zones 5-10) 3feet, semi-double flowers, 1.5inch across.

Flower Girl, pink and cream shrub, 8 to 15 petals, large clusters of small flowers, #0

Flutterby, yellow pink and red blend shrub, playboy x R. soulieana, small climber, caruth 1996, #0

Fortune Teller, Mauve hybrid tea, 5 inch flowers, 1995, #?

Fortune's Double Yellow ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 4 & 121, zone 8),

Fortuneana or Double Cherokee or Fortuniana or Rosa fortuniana ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 145, zone 9), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 30 & 122, zone 7), check the alternative names and spellings for further information.

005) 'Four Seasons',, Quatre Saisons, Rose des Quatre Saisons d'Italie ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 108, zones 4-8), pink autumn damask, blooms spring and fall, I propagate it, fragrant and hardy this is a very old rose, #0

Fourth of July (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 211, zones 5-10), , red and white climber, 14 feet tall, 4.5 inch semidouble flowers with 16 petals, apple fragrance, 1999, have this one planted between zepherine drouhin and alchymist (OK its not really fair) and they are so much more vigorous and free flowering you wouldn't believe it.

Fragrant Cloud ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 108, zones 5-9), , orange red hybrid tea, 4 feet tall, 5 inch flowers with 30 petals, fragrant, 1968, #0

Francine Austin ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 65 & 73)

Francis E. Lester ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:272) ("Designing With Roses" Lord, sh154), multiflora 1946

186 Francois Juranville ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 151, zone 7(0 f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 192, zones 5-10, DR-0/0), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:319), 16x10, shade tolerant, june or july blooming, fff, apricot and gold, double flowers, Rosa wichuriana hybrid,

25) 'Frau Dagmar Hartopp'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose, ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 109, zones 3-8), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 80), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 137, zone 3), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 137, zones 3-8), (hr/5feet/light-pink/single/4inches/f), Hybrid Rugosa, 1914, look to Fru Dagmar Hastrup {P}

136 Frau Karl Druschki, or Snow Queen ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 110, zones 4-9), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 102), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh107) ("Classic Roses" Beales, 368) ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 138, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 58, zones 5-9), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 216, zone 4, remontant, white), Hybrid Perpetual, 5x3 feet, continuous blooming, 1/0, double white flowers up to 5 inches across. {P}

Fritz Nobis ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 193, zone5(-20 f)), Kordes 1940, Joanna Hill x Magnifica,

25) 'FRU_DAGMAR_HASTRUP'_Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Frau Dagmar Hastrup, Frau Dagmar Hartopp, ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 185, zone 4(-30 f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 150, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), silvery pink rugosa, 3x3, the way it was explained to me is that Hartop is an americanization of Hastrup, That Frau is German and that the Hastrup Nurseries were Danish which use Fru, So the name should be properly Fru Damar Hastrup.

137 Fred Loads (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 162, zones 5-10) 4-8feet, single 3.5inch flowers, red

French Lace ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 28), Ivory Buff and Apricot Hybrid tea, Clusters of 5 flowers with 30 petals, #0

French Perfume, yellow and pink hybrid tea, 5 feet tall, 6 inch flowers with 45 petals, fragrant, #0

Friendship ("Designing With Roses" Lord, fls93),

Fritz Nobis ("Classic Roses" Beales, 82, 289), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 160, zones 4-10, DR-0/0) 6x5, pink double blooms in June.

Frontenac ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 138, zones 3-10, DR-1/1), Kordesii hybrid, pink, 3.5x3.5 feet.

Fruhlingsduft ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 161, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), yellow and pink, 10x6, June bloom,

27) 'FRUHLINGSGOLD' Hybrid Scotch (Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 190, zone 5(-30 f)), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 43), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 16), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 60, zones 4-9), medium yellow shrub, up to 8 feet tall, single fragrant yellow flowers up to 4 inches across, spring bloom (flowers on old wood only), kordes 1937, spinosissima hybrid, in bloom at Yonder Farms garden 6/12/04, #0

26) 'FRUHLINGSMORGAN' Hybrid Scotch or Spring Morning (Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 191, zone 4(-30 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 110, zones 4-9), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 43), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 142), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 61, zones 5-9), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 161, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), (flowers on old wood only) pale primrose ringed with cherry pink flowers up to 4 inches across, up to 7 feet tall, introduced 1942, #0

100) FURSTIN VON PLESS Hybrid Rugosa Rose, , Hybrid Rugosa, double white flowers, fff, 4x4, Lambert1911,

Fuzzy Navel, yellow shrub, some roses have been picked for this list for humerous reasons. #0

Gail Borden ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 25),

Galway Bay (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 211, zones 5-9), climber

Gardenia ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 153, zone 7(0 f)), 1898, rambler

Gartendirector Otto Linne (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 162, zones 5-9) 4-6feet, 2inch double flowers, pink shrub, 25 petals, Disease Resistant, 1934, #8

Gemini, pink hybrid tea, 5.5 feet tall, 4.5 inch flowers with 30 petals, New Year hybrid, #0

Gene Boerner ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 111, zones 5-9), , Pink floribunda 1969, #0

General Jacqueminot ("Classic Roses" Beales, 368)

General Kleber ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:177),

Geof Hamilton, pink english, 5 feet tall, 2.5 inch flowers with 108 petals, glossy leaves, Heritage Hybrid, #3

Georg Arends ("Classic Roses" Beales, 369)

28) 'GERANIUM'_Hybrid Moyesii Rose ("Designing With Roses" Lord, hp121), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 70, 163, zones 4-10, DR-1/0) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 125, zones 5-8), (hm/8feet/red/single/2inch), red hybrid moyesii, 8 feet, single flowers up to 2 inches across, spring bloom (flowers on old wood only),

Georges Vibert ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 39, zone5), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 158), 1853

Gertrude Jekyl ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 36, 43, 54, 81), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 131), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 163, zones 5-9), 4-10feet, double 5inch fragrant pink flowers, english, fragrant, related to portland roses, #5

Ghislaine de Feligonde ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 148, zone 5(-20f)), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 192, zones 5-10, DR-0/0), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:270), 1916, goldfinch hybrid, shade tolerant, repeats, 8x8, almost thornless, hybrid multiflora rambler, apricot and gold,

Giggles (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 183, zones 5-9), Miniature

Gipsy Boy ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:335)

Gizmo, orange and white miniature, 20 inches tall, large flowers with 5 petals, 2000, #3

Glamis Castle ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 33 & 47)

Gloire d'Orient ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 72, zone5(-20f)1856 Moss, 5 feet),

Gloire de Dijon ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 112, zones 6-9), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, 46), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 28), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 353), yellow climbing tea-noisette, z4, 1853, 15 feet, a hybrid of Souvenir de la Malmaison and a tea rose, is somewhat leggy according to Thomas but this can be alleviated by growing between shrubs on a wall. For many years after its introduction it remained a most popular yellow, strongly fragrant climbing rose. #6

Gloire de Ducher ("Classic Roses" Beales, 369) chinensis 1865

Gloire de France or Fanny Bias ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 112, zones 4-8),

Gloire de Guilan ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 47, zone5(-13f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:186),

Gloire des Mousseux ("The Art of Gardening With Roses" Thomas, sh26) ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl:177), Moss Rose introduced 1852

Gloire Lyonnaise ("Classic Roses" Beales, 361)

Glory of Edzell ("Classic Roses" Beales, 142),

Glowing Amber (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 184, zones 5-10), Miniature

Goldbusch ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:205), 1954, 8X5,

Golden Moss or Yellow Moss("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, sh68, zone5(-20f)1932 Moss, yellow flowers),

Golden Unicorn

Goldfinch ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 149, zone 5(-20f)), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:272) ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #16) 8x5, can be stretched to 15 feet, good for training into a tree, 1907, multiflora, blooms in midsummer

Goldmarie 82 ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 112, zones 5-10, 0/0), 2x2, continuous, yellow

Gold Medal ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 113, zones 5-9), , yellow grandiflora, 4 feet tall, 4.5 inch flowers with 40 petals, singly and in clusters, #0

Golden Celebration (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 163, zones 5-9), 4-7feet, double 6inch fragrant yellow flowers, yellow english, 5 feet tall, charles austin x abraham darby, #0

Golden Moss or Yellow Moss("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 69, zone5(-20f)1932 Moss),

24) 'Golden Rose of China'_Species Rose, Father Hugo's Rose, Rosa hugonis (check these other spellings for picture), zone 3 spring bloom (flowers on old wood only), 5x5, fern like foliage, looks something like a potentilla fruticosa but this rose blooms around the time of forsythia on old wood whereas potentilla fruticosa blooms in late spring to summer on new wood. there are several full grown in the Yonder Farms Garden,

Golden Showers ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 113, zones 6-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 212, zones 6-9), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 282), yellow climber, 6 to 10 feet tall, 4.5 inch double yellow flowers, #0

Golden Unicorn, yellow shrub, Buck 1985, large double flowers with 25 petals, carefree beauty hybrid, #3

Golden Wings ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 114, zones 4-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 53), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 143), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 164, zones 4-8), yellow spinosissima, #10

Goldfinch ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, 12), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 40), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 92), derived from Rosa multiflora, creamy yellow,

127 'GOLDMARIE 82', ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 113) zone 5, 0/0, , yellow floribunda, 2x2, z5, continuous bloom, immune to black spot and mildew,

Gourmet Popcorn (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 184, zones 4-9), Miniature, white shrublet, sport of popcorn, medium height, small flowers with 20 petals in clusters #0

Grace Darling ("Classic Roses" Beales, 39),

Graham Thomas ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 115, zones 5-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 41), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 45 & 51), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 164, zones 5-9), 5-12 feet, yellow english, #4

Granny Grimmett's ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 217, zone 4, remontant, deep red),

Green Ice ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 115, zones 5-9), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 185, zones 5-10), Miniature

Green Rose ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 51 & 149, zone 7),

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, ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 53, zone3(-40f)), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 103), ("500 Popular Roses For American Gardeners" Barron's, 70) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 34, zone 3-8), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 162, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), Alba rose known since the 1400's with arching branches around 6 feet. double pink flowers that are highly scented, June bloom, . {P}

Greenmantle ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 40), Eglantine rose

Grootendorst Supreme () Hybrid Rugosa, {P}

Gros Choux d'Hollande ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:336), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 164, zones 5-10, DR-1/0), Bourbon, 7x5, fragrant, rose pink, repeats

Grouse ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:308)

138 Grus an Aachen, ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 116, zones 5-9), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 40), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 71, 301), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 115, zones 5-10, 1/0), 1.5x1.5,

Gruss an Coburg ("Designing With Roses" Lord, fl91)

Grus an Teplitz (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 36, zone 5-10), 6 foot Bourbon, 3.5 inch red fragrant double flowers,

Guinee ("Classic Roses" Beales, 389)

Guinevere #1

Hamburger Phoenix ("Beautiful American Rose Gardens" Dorra, 30),

Handel (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 212, zones 5-9), ("The Natural Rose Gardener" Walheim, 141), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 281), white with red edge climber, large double flowers with 25 to 30 petals, #2

29) 'HANSA' Hybrid Rugosa Rose ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 186, zone 3(-40 f)), ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 116, zones 3-8), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 138, zones 3-8), (hr/3feet/red-purple/double/4inch/fff), Hybrid Rugosa, red-violet rugosa, 5 feet tall, DR, #2

Happy Child (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 165, zones 5-9), 3-4feet, yellow4inch, double flowers, ff

Happy Thoughts ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #17)

30) 'Harisons Yellow', Harison's Yellow, Harrison's Yellow, Old Scotch Rose or Hybrid Foetida Rose ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 117, zones 3-8), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses", 13), ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 45), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 50, zones 3-9), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 119, zone 4), (Doing well in zone 4 Westerlo, NY), Yellow Rose of Texas, yellow foetida x spinosissima, up to 10 feet tall and wide, 1/1(1999), Introduced in 1830 many pioneers headed west in their Prairie Schooners picked this rose up in Manhatten. When they built their log cabins or soddies every where they planted it nearby. Today many of these homes are no longer in existence but many a Harisons Yellow Rose is still growing where they were planted. Check on my rosebuy page for a good picture of one of these. Then when its in bloom (flowers on old wood only) travel around looking for others. (A+), {P}

Hawkeye Belle ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 195, zone4(-30 f)), Buck 1975, Prairie Princess Hybrid, 5 feet, fff, pink double,

Heartbreaker, #0

Heather Austin, #0

Heaven, white hybrid tea, #0

Heavenly Rosalind, Austin rose, #6

Hebe's Lip or Rubrotincta or Margined Hip, or Reine Blanche ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 44, zone5(-13f)), (Scanniello, 63), introduced before 1846,

Heidelberg (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 123, zones 5-9), (Hk/8feet/pink/double/4feet)

Heinrich Schultheis ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 83), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 370) Hybrid Perpetual introduced by Bennett in 1882

Helen Knight ("Classic Roses" Beales, 133), ("Growing Roses For Small Gardens" Gibson, plate #18) R. ecae

Henry Fonda, yellow hybrid tea, #0

Henry Foucquier ("Roses" Beales, 150, sprawley), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 150), Early 19th century gallica, double pink reflexing when open button eye

101) HENRY HUDSON Explorer Rose, ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 140, zones 3-10, DR-0/0), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 138, zones 2-8), (hr/3feet/white/double/3inch/f), Hybrid Rugosa, 4x4, white flowering rugosa hybrid explorer {P}

174 Henry Kelsey, ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 181, zones 2-10, DR-1/0), hybrid kordesii, R. kordesii hybrid x unknown seedling, Explorer rose, up to 18 medium sized red semi-double flowers in each cluster, 8x6, shade tolerant, repeats, ff, #0

187 Henri Martin or Red Moss ("The Encyclopedia of Roses" McKeon, 117, zones 4-8), (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 103), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fl&sh:178), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 63, zones 4-9) up to 6 feet tall, fragrant, double red flowers up to 3 inches across, France 1863

Henry Nevard (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 103), Hybrid Perpetual {P}

Herbalist, Austin #3

Herbstfeuer or Autumn Fire ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 164, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), Hybrid eglanteria, kordes 1961, 6x4, repeats, red, fff

Heritage ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 27 & 68), ("Classic Roses" Beales, 290), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 165, zones 5-9), 4-5feet, pink english, wife of bath x iceberg, #1

Hermosa ("Roses of America" Scanniello, 70), ("David Austin's English Roses" Austin, 15), ("Designing With Roses" Lord, 44), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:324), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 49, zones 6-10), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 48 & 148, zone 6), China Rose introduced by Marcheseau in 1840, double pink 3" flowers,

Hero ("Classic Roses" Beales, 290)

Hiawatha ( "Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 156, zone 5(-20 f)), 1904, rambler, 15 feet, red pink with white center

Highdownensis ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 54), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllfhp:233), seedling of R. moyesii, introduced 1928, thornless canes,

High Hopes, pink climber, 12 feet tall, 4 inch flowers with 25 petals, strawberry fragrance, #4

188 Hippolyte ("Roses" Beales, 144), ("The Art of Gardening with Roses" Thomas, sh43), (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, page 54, zones 4-9), Gallica hybrid, 3 inch dark purple flowers, 5 or 6 feet tall, almost thorn free,

Honorine de Brabant (Sunset Book "Roses" White, 103), ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:337) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 37, zone 6-9), ("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup, page 179, zone 6, fragrant, pink, remontant), 6 to 8 foot Bourbon, 2 to 3 inch double striped red and white fragrant flowers.

Hoot Owl (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 185, zones 6-10), Miniature

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

Hot Cocoa, smokey orange floribunda, large double flowers with 25 to 30 petals, playboy x altissimo x living easy, #10

Hot Tamale (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 186, zones 6-10), Miniature

Hugh Dickson ("Roses Of America" Scanniello, 83), Hybrid Perpetual introduced by Dickson in 1905, Lord Bacon x Gruss an Teplitz,

Hulthemia persica ("Classic Roses" Beales, 128), a sub-genus of Rosa no longer included under the genus Rosa,

Hunter ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:243), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 140, zones 4-10, DR-1/0), 4x3 feet, red rugosa, rugosa x independence, UK 1961, #0

Go To Rose Index I through M (rosei2m) www.capital.net/com/azaleahs/yonderr1.htm

Goto www.capital.net/com/azaleahs/yonderr2.htm for the Rose List N through Z

Check my page at www.capital.net/com/azaleahs/rosebuy.htm for pictures and even more roses.

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.

("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 cataloging on is 94. Planting where another rose has been:page 173, Pruning:178, training a rambler:page 180, winter protection for climbers, tree roses etc:190.

("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.

("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.

("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.

(Sunset Book "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.

("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 191.

("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.

("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. Am now on Gloire d'Orient ("Best Rose Guide" Phillips & Rix, 72, zone5(-20f)1856 Moss, 5 feet),

("Landscaping with Antique Roses" Druitt & Shoup), "Landscaping with Antique Roses" by Liz Druitt & G. Michael Shoup, The Taunton Press, Inc, 63 South Main Street, Box 5506, Newtown CT 06470-5506 1992. ISBN 0-942391-64-0. Got it from the Deleware Branch of the Albany Public Library in Albany, NY. Really good, shows pruning, training and pictures how it should be used in Landscape.

Glossary

Remontant Roses that bloom heavily in early summer, then have another flush of bloom in early fall.

Pralinage is coating the roots of a bare root rose by dipping in a mixture of water, garden soil and aged manure. The method maintains protection from dessication during the planting process and provides a non burning source of fetility to the freshly planted rose.

To search this page from my Explorer Browser I click Edit, then click find. In the box provided "Find what" I print dianthiflora. I do not click to match the whole word only or just the case. When I am at the top of the web page i click the direction "down" and when at the bottom I click direction "up". I then press the "find next" button and it will jump through the page highlighting every instance of dianthiflora. In this case it will find the Rugosa Rose 'Fimbriata'. If you do a find while part of the document is highlighted it will search only the highlighted segment.

Cold Hardiness. I can only assume that an author has some basis for his or her notation as to what zone these plants can be grown in. It certainly is confusing. Many authors dont say anything except it is cold hardy or it isn't (but what that means varies from book to book (or is shaded by personal experience in seperate geographical areas). Note the following entry; one author says its hardy to zone 3 while the other says zone 5. Celestial ("Classic Roses" Beales, fllf:198), ("Growing Roses Organically" Wilde, 154, zone 3, 0/0) (Taylor's Guides "Roses" Ondra, 33, zone 5), Celeste, 6'X4', Ancient Alba, {P}. I use the zone information for comparison. Other than that when I open another micro-nursery (in zone 3 or 4) I'll let you know what survives being in the no spray garden. Note when a rose has survived 5 years in a garden (Garden; YF is Yonder Farms Garden, AH is Azalea House Garden). For now I can only verify when I have grown it in zone 5 (some that show hardiness in zone 6 or 7 need to be placed in a cold frame in zone 5 during winter) and you will have to take some chances.

Whenever possible I include a short description, personal notes (from my own experience with the rose) and the quantity in stock at Yonder Farms in Colonie, NY as of the above date. As I believe that the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree I show when a rose is a hybrid of particular famous roses (like New Dawn) but where I dont recognize the name of a parent I might just describe it (zone 6 floribunda). If additional information has not yet been provided, or if the rose you are looking for is not listed, dont give up hope. This is a work in progress. I make additions regularly (throughout winter). I have started adding whether the photo shows the flower only (fl), the whole shrub or climber (sh), leaf (lf) or hips (hp). Potentially it might show fllfhp128 or some such (photo showing flower, leaf and hip on page 128). I am going back through the list again and putting in (sh) where the picture shows the whole plant or a major part of it. Marked in this way {P} indicates that I might very well order some #1 roses grafted onto guarenteed virus-free multiflora rootstock, grow it for one season and sell it the following spring.

There should be just enough of a description for you (or me) to decide we are interested. One of the points of this page is to have a simple reference to get you and me to the right book and a quality photograph. As far as other information; planting, care and maintenence; Look at the books from a regional perspective (locally, refer to my own rose article at www.capital.net/com/azaleahs/roses.htm or check books by Stephen Scanniello & Peter Beales).

Sanders White and Sanders White Rambler are an example of roses that are probably the same plant but because the people who have written the books have spelled the names differently or used different names I have felt compelled to list them seperately. When looking up a rose photo consider alternate spellings and alternate names (Rosa gallica officinallis or just officinallis, Madame Plantier or Mme Plantier).

At the bottom of this list is a list of the books providing bibliographical information that will help you ask for it at a book store or library. If you want to come to this site without typing in the entire address try going to Google and search yonderro.

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

Home Quick Links Email me