The Practical Book of Outdoor Rose Growing for the Home Garden

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J. B. Lippincott Company, 1914 - Roses - 153 pages
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Page 135 - ELLWANQER'S recipe for mildew is sulphur and soot, applied while the dew is on the plants so that it will adhere. "ROSES" (Page 52). The Garden Library of Doubleday, Page & Company suggests for black spot carbonate of copper compound, using five ounces of copper compound to three quarts of ammonia and sixty gallons of water. The spraying should be done once a week, using a hose with a nozzle that gives a fine spray. "PICTORIAL PRACTICAL ROSE GROWING" (Pages 80-84). WRIGHT does not mention black spot,...
Page 5 - ITS SPECIAL APPEAL As a Practical Working Manual for Outdoor Rose Growing in America, This Volume Contains Several Features Which Make It Exceptionally Valuable: First, plain and carefully thought out rules, which have proven successful for many years in actual practice. Second, a list of roses made only after the entire catalogue list of varieties has been systematically tried for years in this country in testing beds. Third, ninety-six remarkable illustrations in color reproduced from autochrome...
Page 68 - ... carmine; large, full, perfect form; has given more bloom than majority of the Climbing Hybrid Tea sports. Climbing Mrs. WJ Grant. Cl.HT Imperial pink; medium to large and good form; blooms fairly well in the spring with scattering blooms in the summer and autumn. Climbing Richmond. Cl.HT Pure red-scarlet; bloom similar to the ordinary dwarf Richmond; of fair form only and blooming less freely in the autumn and summer than in the spring. Dr. W. Van Fleet. HW Reported to be a cross between a Wichuraiana...
Page 68 - ... their great beauty. ARDS ROVER. Hybrid Perpetual Climber; Alex. Dickson and Sons, 1898. Color is crimson shaded maroon; medium size, good form; blooms in the spring only; flowers come on short stems; has a fair petallage and is very fragrant. A hardy rose but in the North the canes should be given winter protection.
Page 68 - Cl.HT Salmon-pink, not quite so good form as the dwarf rose of the same name; gives fair amount of bloom in spring and an occasional bloom during summer and early autumn. Takes mildew more easily than most of this class. Climbing Mme. Melanie Soupert. Cl.HT Salmon-yellow, suffused carmine; large, full, perfect form; has given more bloom than majority of the Climbing Hybrid Tea sports. Climbing Mrs. WJ Grant. Cl.HT Imperial pink; medium to large and good form; blooms...
Page 68 - ... autumn. A very satisfactory climbing rose. Foliage lasts well. Climbing American Beauty. Cl.HP Rich rosy crimson; strong, vigorous growth. Gives remarkable amount of spring bloom, often with long stems; practically no summer or fall bloom. Loses foliage early. Climbing Kaiserin Augusta Victoria. Cl.HT Primrose, of same form and color as the dwarf rose of the same name; very beautiful, but only gives scattering blooms throughout the season, although the best bloomer of the Hybrid Tea climbing...
Page 22 - ... plants, purchased from a grower who advocates their use. At the end of the first summer the difference was plainly apparent and was strongly in favor of the budded plants. At the end of two years there was no possible doubt as to the result; the budded plants were far superior.

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