Schneider, Peter
January 2008
American Rose;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p31
The article focuses on the roses of breeder Paul Jerabek. He has been an active member of the Cleveland Rose Society since 1940. He became a member of the American Rose Society in 1945 and later became one of 12 charter members of the Rose Hybridizers Association. The Jerabek shrub carries bright yellow to pink to red color changing phenomenon of Masquerade in a vigorous, shiny-leaved shrub. Photogenic carries nearly single-petaled blooms that are paper white with a delicate pink edge.


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