. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. The Florists' Review THE NOVELTY OF THE SEASON. The New Red Cherokee Rose THIS sensational and magnificent new climbing rose occurred as a sport from the well- known Pink Cherokee, (rosa sinica, var. Anemone ) It is a stronger and more rampant grower than its parent, and produces during the spring and early summer months flowers in such profusion as to entirely cover the plant; in autumn there is a secondary crop of bloom. The flowers are much larger than either the pink or white forms, with brilliant golden-yellow stamens and btoad petals of a glo

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. The Florists' Review THE NOVELTY OF THE SEASON. The New Red Cherokee Rose THIS sensational and magnificent new climbing rose occurred as a sport from the well- known Pink Cherokee, (rosa sinica, var. Anemone ) It is a stronger and more rampant grower than its parent, and produces during the spring and early summer months flowers in such profusion as to entirely cover the plant; in autumn there is a secondary crop of bloom. The flowers are much larger than either the pink or white forms, with brilliant golden-yellow stamens and btoad petals of a glorious carmine-crimson color: an unusual shade, wonderfully striking and effective; the foliage is absolutely mildew-proof, a rich glossy-green, so bright that it appears as though varnished. The life-like illustration on the opposite page, showing blooms and foliage natural size, pictures its beauty stronger than mere words. The original sport occurred on the nurseries of Messrs. Dieterich & Turner, at Montebello, California. They realizing its value and great beauty propagated over one hundred thousand plants, from whom we acquired the entire stock. This is indicative of our faith in its value, and its coming popularit}^ is attested by the fact that we have already booked orders for many thousands of plants, hence we feel that we are safe in stating that " RAMON A " will have the largest first season's sale of any new rose ever offered to the American trade. "RAMONA" will be of special value as a garden rose to the entire Pacific Coast, the Southwestern, Gulf and South Atlantic States; it will prove hardy as far north as Philadelphia. For planting on pergolas, pillars, porches, etc., it is a rose of unique and beautiful effect; in addition, it makes an elegant hedge plant if properly trained and pruned, affording a relief from the stereotyped privet hedges, with the added value of a rich display of color. We are offering plants of " Ramona " a

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