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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.
variety is placed at present for convenience. It appears, however,
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.