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Title: Florists' review (microform)
Identifier: 5205536_20_2 (find matches)
Year: [1] (s)
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Subjects: Floriculture
Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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OCTOBBR 31, 1907. The Weekly Florists^ Review.
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Rom Mn. Jardine. Gardeners' Magazine advises its readers that "those who appreciate roses that grow freely and bloom profusely from early in the summer to the close of the autumn should buy and plant Lady Meriel Bathurst." It has a vigorous habit, is profuse in blooming and the flowers are of medium size and elegant in form, and the color is a delightful combination of soft yellow, flesh color and rose. In one of the collections exhibited by Frank Cant & Co., Braiswick, Colchester, occurred a beautiful vase of Mme. Me- laine Soupert. This belongs to the hy- brid tea section and was raised by Per- net-Ducher and distributed in 1905. In one of the continental catalogues the color is described as sunset yellow on a carmine ground. Probably rich sal- mon-yellow, tinted with carmine and rose, would be a more correct descrip- tion. Earlier in the season the flowers attain to a large size, and full, but whether large or small they are of great beauty. Not less remarkable for its distinctness and beauty is Bertha Kle- land, a charming tea-scented variety, which was exhibited by B. R. Cant & Sons, Colchester, introduced last year, it has given excellent promise as a gar- den rose, being robust in growth, free ii. bloom and pleasing in color. The flowers are large and semi-double. The color is salmon-pink suffused light yellow. The variety is effective in the garden and blooms from the beginning of the sum- mer until late in the autumn. These wore the best of the novelties.

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Title: Florists' review (microform) Identifier: 5205536_20_2 (find matches) Year: [1] (s) Authors: Subjects: Floriculture Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: OCTOBBR 31, 1907. The Weekly Florists^ Review. Text Appearing After Image: Rom Mn. Jardine. Gardeners' Magazine advises its readers that "those who appreciate roses that grow freely and bloom profusely from early in the summer to the close of the autumn should buy and plant Lady Meriel Bathurst." It has a vigorous habit, is profuse in blooming and the flowers are of medium size and elegant in form, and the color is a delightful combination of soft yellow, flesh color and rose. In one of the collections exhibited by Frank Cant & Co., Braiswick, Colchester, occurred a beautiful vase of Mme. Me- laine Soupert. This belongs to the hy- brid tea section and was raised by Per- net-Ducher and distributed in 1905. In one of the continental catalogues the color is described as sunset yellow on a carmine ground. Probably rich sal- mon-yellow, tinted with carmine and rose, would be a more correct descrip- tion. Earlier in the season the flowers attain to a large size, and full, but whether large or small they are of great beauty. Not less remarkable for its distinctness and beauty is Bertha Kle- land, a charming tea-scented variety, which was exhibited by B. R. Cant & Sons, Colchester, introduced last year, it has given excellent promise as a gar- den rose, being robust in growth, free ii. bloom and pleasing in color. The flowers are large and semi-double. The color is salmon-pink suffused light yellow. The variety is effective in the gard
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