Mrs. Dudley Cross-1907 I read a newspaper article from 1916 about Fellsmere, the small city we live in.
Baronne Henriette de Snoy -France 1897 More Info
Atoine Revoire -before 1890 More Info
Perle des Jardins -1874 More Info
Mme de Tartas-1859 Very easy to grow and a good bloomer. More Info
Smith's Parish- Bermuda Rose-Found - There is a white and a red version. Very easy to grow and will grow into a 5x5 ft shrub.More Info
Mons. Tillier-This rose can grow to be over 6 feet tall without pruning. More Info
Souv. d'un Ami-1846 More Info More Info
Marie Van Houtte -Ducher, 1871 More Info
Mme. Antoine Mari-1901 A very delicate rose with arching habit.
Mme. Joseph Schwartz-1880's More Info
Monsieur Tillier 1891 More Info
Smith's Parish-Found rose. A very large shrub with small white flower. This is a continuous bloomer.
Lady Hillingdon- 1910 More Info
Mme Berkeley-Very delicate blooms More Info
Bud of Mrs. Dudley Cross
Souv. d'Elise Vardon -1855
Duchess de Brabant was planted in the White House garden and was a favorite of Pres. Roosevelt.
Mrs. Dudley Cross- 1907 I read an article dated 1916 about Fellsmere where we live. In talked about a woman growing Mrs. Dudley Cross in her yard. More Info