Wyckoff, Keff
July 2010
American Rose;Jul/Aug2010, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p36
The article offers information on the different names for rose. Nurseries tend to change the name of roses to something they believe will be appreciated by gardeners and rosarians in their country and sell better. Among the names of roses cited are the light yellow hybrid tea named Peaudouce from Dickson Nurseries in Northern Ireland and the apricot blend hybrid tea Sunset Celebration from Weeks Roses. Examples of different ways to change names of roses are also included.


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