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SUPPLEMENT TO THE ROSE GARDEN.

246. SURPASSE COMICE DE SEINE ET MARNE; flowers similar to, but brighter

than, the original variety. Raised at Lyons. Introduced in 1852. 247. TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE; flowers dark violet red, full. 248. THETIS; flowers clear flesh colour, full. Raised at Angers. 249. VALERIE; flowers clear purple, large and full; form, globular. 250. VIERGE DE LEMNOS; flowers rose colour, full. 251. Vorace; flowers brilliant purplish crimson, large and full. One of the

best. Raised at Lyons.

GROUP XXXVII.—THE MUSK ROSE.

No valuable additions.

GROUP XXXVIII.-THE NOISETTE ROSE. 75. À FLEURS VARIABILIS ; flowers red, the centre yellow and purple, very

variable. 76. AIMÉE VIBERT SCANDENS; a Climbing variety of the original Aimée

Vibert; probably produced by a sport. The flowers are precisely

similar, but given in less abundance. 77. CAROLINE MARNIESSE; flowers creamy white, small and full; form,

cupped. Growth, vigorous. An excellent Climbing Autumnal Rose.

Introduced in 1848. 78. EUDOXIE; flowers white, their centre flesh colour. A good Autumnal

Climber. Raised at Lyons. Introduced in 1852.
FORTUNE'S CLIMBING ; see Group XVII. The Evergreen Rose, where this

variety is placed at present for convenience. It appears, however,
to differ greatly from all existing Groups, and blooms in the Summer

only. 79. JACQUES AMYOTT ; flowers lilac rose, full. 80. LAIS; flowers white; form, cupped. Growth, vigorous. 81. MADAME DESLONGCHAMPS; flowers flesh colour; fine form.

NARCISSE; see Group XXXV. The Tea-Scented Rose. 82. OCTAVIE; flowers reddish crimson, large and full; form, compact.

Growth, vigorous. 83. VICOMTESSE D'AVESNE ; flowers rose colour; form, cupped. A finely

shaped and abundantly-blooming variety. Raised at Paris. Introduced in 1848.

W. M. Watts, Crown Court, Temple Bar.

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