Big Blooms, Many Petals and Fragrant -- These Cut Flower Roses are Different!

McCann, Sean
September 2008
American Rose;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 39 Issue 15, p32
The article offers information on several rose varieties from around the world that have entered the cut rose market. La Campanella is a cut rose introduced in Japan whose petals are arranged almost like a peony. The cut rose varieties from Spek in Holland have a good vigor and fair disease resistance according to Ludwig taschner of South Africa. It relates the cut rose varieties being offered by Meilland International.


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