Brichet, Helga
May 2010
American Rose;May/Jun2010, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p38
The article offers information on the top ten roses from other parts of the world. The top ten blooming roses include the Sanguinea, the Old Blush and the Mutabilis followed by the Pompon de Paris and the Rouletii. The La Roseraie de Désert was opened in 2002 by John Hook and his American wife Becky in Gers, France. A brief background of rose lover Rudolf Geschwind who was born in 1829 is also presented.


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