The top ten reblooming roses

Black, Craig Summers
March 2000
Better Homes & Gardens;Mar2000, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p143
Features reblooming roses. Includes the English rose by David Austin; Sally Holmes, an apricot-turning white rose; Dainty Bess; Blanc Double du Coubert; Cornelia, a coral and pink rose; New dawn, the first rose to be patented.


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