Schorr, Phil
September 2010
American Rose;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p14
The article discusses the American Rose Society's (ARS) Quinquennial Survey Report. It reports on the roses that have been in their fifth year in circulation in the U.S., and are added in the yearly Roses in Review (RIR) Survey. The results, which will be shown in the yearly "Handbook for Selecting Roses," showed that the "Noisette 'Reve d'Or" hybrid variety retained its top rating, sharing its position overall with two species-type roses. The article also describes how the highest-rating rose varieties had a drop in their numbers.


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