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Old Hybrid Tea
(including Spinosissima) "These roses are extremely hardy, have attractive foliage with various tints in the
Fall, and bear sprightly single or double blossoms in most all the colors roses have,
white, pink, red, yellow. Many are very compact, neat-looking bushes. `William III',
`William IV', `Doorenbos Selection', `Altaica', `Marmorata', `Sulphurea'. Three
repeat-blooming cultivars were produced, hybrids with the Damask Perpetual, one of which
is still with us: `Stanwell Perpetual'."
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