Wyckoff, Jeff
March 2011
American Rose;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p32
The article focuses on fragrant rose varieties which are sought by dedicated rosarians who value aroma above all else. The Rose Hills Trials in Whittier, California which started in 2002 is the only U.S. rose trial devoted entirely to fragrance. Winners of the Rose Hills Fragrance Award include the 'Barbara Streisand' Hybrid Tea, 'Pope John Paul II' Hybrid Tea and 'Sweet Intoxication' Floribunda. Other hybrid teas which have won fragrance awards include 'The McCartney Rose', 'Eternal Flame' and 'Annapurna'.


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