Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
UK Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose

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A bed of roses

Die Redewendung "A bed of roses" bezeichnet eine "angenehme, leichte Situation".

Im Jahr 1599, 6 jahre nach dem Tod von Christopher Marlowe, erschien in dessen "The Passionate Shepherd To His Love", ein Gedicht, in dem auch die Zeile "And I will make thee beds of roses" zu finden ist. Marlowe meint diese Beschreibung noch ganz wörtlich. Erst in der Folge nahm der Ausdruck die übertragene Bedeutung an.

In dem 1999 erschienen Film "American Beauty" wird die Beschreibung jedoch noch einmal ganz wörtlich genommen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.bachlund.org/Live_with_me_and_be_my_love.htm

Live With Me - (1997)
Christopher Marlowe and Sir Walter Raleigh (last verse), quoted by William Shakespeare
for low or medium voice and piano


(E?)(L?) http://www.cineclub.de/filmarchiv/2000/american_beauty.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.djfl.de/entertainment/djfl/1105/110600.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.icons.org.uk/theicons/collection/the-rose/features/the-rose-in-english-poetry-finished

The Rose in English Poetry (16th-18th century)
The rose is one of the most widely used symbolic devices in English literature. It stands primarily for love, for love’s passion and beauty, for its constancy and simultaneously its perishability.
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(E1)(L1) http://www.kurma.net/essays/e2.html
Cooking with Kurma: A Bed of Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.moviemaze.de/filme/2/american-beauty.html
Hier gibt's auch einen kleinen Trailer. Aber das Rosenbett ist nicht zu sehen.

(E?)(L1) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/59650.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO3SOb7cuPE
Come Live With Me by Christopher Marlowe

Erstellt: 2010-02

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet
A rose by any other name (W3)

Das Sprichwort "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" = dt. "Eine Rose mit jedem anderen Namen würde genauso lieblich duften" soll zum Ausdruck bringen, daß "entscheidend ist, was etwas ist, und nicht, wie es genannt wird". Das Sprichwort findet sich in Shakespeares "Romeo und Julia" aus dem Jahr 1597.

Die Zeile "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet", die auch gelegentlich nur als "A rose by any other name" angedeutet wird, stammt aus "Romeo and Juliet" (1600) von William Shakespeare. Damit wird ausgedrückt, dass es darauf ankommt, was etwas ist, nicht wie es benannt wird.

Hinter Shakespeares Ausdruck vermutet man auch einen Seitenhieb ab das mit seinem "Globe Theatre" konkurrierende "Rose Theatre".

Die Redewendung wird auch heute noch vielfach zitiert oder spielerisch abgewandelt, wie etwa als "A Nose by Any Other Name Is Still a Nose".

(E?)(L1) http://eu.dummies.com/how-to/content/napoleons-josephine-a-rose-by-any-other-name.html

Napoleon's Josephine: A Rose by Any Other Name

Napoleon's greatest love would come from the Caribbean island of Martinique. Napoleon never went there, but this woman's father, Joseph Gaspard Tascher de la Pagerie, owned a sugar plantation, complete with slaves, on the island. The family had significant wealth and power, and the children led a very comfortable life in an idyllic location.

"Marie Josèphe Rose Tascher de la Pagerie" was born on June 23, 1763. If you noticed that there is no "Josephine" in her name, you may wonder how that name came about. Her friends and family had always called her "Rose", but Napoleon, never content to just go with the flow, called her "Josephine" (from "Josèphe"), and that is how she will be forever known.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/g

George, Walter Lionel, 1882-1926: A Bed of Roses (English) (as Author)


(E6)(L?) http://www.jpc.de/jpcng/home/search?fastsearch=A%20Rose%20By%20Any%20Other%20Name




(E?)(L?) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/phrases-sayings-shakespeare.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/305250.html


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_rose_by_any_other_name_would_smell_as_sweet

"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" is a commonly quoted part of a dialogue in William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, in which Juliet argues that the names of things do not matter, only what things are.
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(E1)(L1) http://www.worldwidewords.org/articles/rose.htm
Hier findet man einige interessante Benennungen, die auf Grund falscher Übersetzung entstanden.


A rose by any other name: Losing something in translation?

One of the things that makes us the human beings we are is a powerfully-developed pattern-matching facility. Momentarily spot a profile in half light and the person is instantly recognised; listen to someone at a crowded party and we can usually “join up the dots” between half-heard snatches of speech and turn it into a meaningful statement. But sometimes this superb ability tries hard to make sense of something that is too alien for it and nonsense results.
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Erstellt: 2010-02

Anna Olivier - Rose

Die "Anna Olivier" gehört zu den Modern Roses (1867 - 1920).

Wer war "Anna Olivier"?

(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/roses/a/anna_olivier.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

Anna Olivier pb Pink blend, Tea (OGR) 1872


(E?)(L1) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/textindex.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/annaolivier.html


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Anna Olivier (tea, Ducher, 1872)

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.20301.3
Anna Olivier Bermuda Mystery Rose

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Anna Olivier -- 90% Sure

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Anna Olivier des Bermudes

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Anna Olivier, Cl.

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Bermuda's Anna Olivier

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.19381.1
Climbing Anna Olivier

(E?)(L1) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~1043~gid~~source~gallerychooserresult.asp


(E?)(L?) http://www.tamparosesociety.org/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=301


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm

Anna Olivier Ducher (FR) 1872 Teerose, Alte Rose zartrosa, fst weiß, im Zentrum cremefarben remontierend guter Terrosenduft


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Apuldram Roses
Rosen-Anbieter

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Baby Love - Rose

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Baby Love (Miniature, Barni, 1992) | Baby Love (Miniature, Scrivens, 1992)


(E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/


(E?)(L1) http://www.rhs.org.uk/rhsplantfinder/plantfinder.asp

Baby Love = 'Scrivluv' - 'Ballerina' - 'Baron Girod de l'Ain' - beanii


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/Gallery/SmallPhoto/index.html


(E6)(L1) http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/rose/rosebreeding/


(E?)(L?) http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/rose/rosebreeding/select_breedstrat.pdf

"Baby Love" has shown considerable resistance to blackspot in our climate.


(E?)(L1) http://www.top40db.net/Find/Songs.asp?By=Year&ID=1964

Baby Love - by The Supremes


(E?)(L1) http://www.top40db.net/Find/Songs.asp?By=Year&ID=1986

Baby Love - by Regina


Erstellt: 2013-01

Beales' mislabeled Bourbon - Rose

Die "Beales"-Rosen sind wohl nach dem englischen Rosenzüchter "Peter Beales" benannt.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=18478


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Beales' The Bride - Rose

Die "Beales"-Rosen sind wohl nach dem englischen Rosenzüchter "Peter Beales" benannt.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=545


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Blue Rose - Rose
Jean Keneally x Adobe PhotoShop

Es gibt mindestens eine "Blaue Rose". Diese ist allerdings eine virtualisierte "Jean Keneally"-Rose. (A blue rose generated using a graphics program)

Are there any Blue roses?

The blue rose is symbolic of the impossible. Roses simply do not have the genes to produce a blue colour.

We may see a genetically modified rose in years to come (Suntory in Japan is working on this) but as of this date there have been no breakthroughs. The roses with "Blue" in their names are wishful thinking - they are mostly a pale lavender colour. Similarly for black roses, there are very dark reds, and dark purples, and some red varieties have petals that burn to black in the sun, but there are no true blacks.

Some of the bluer roses are "Blue Girl", "Blue Jay" (HT), and "Reine des Violettes" (HP). A couple of true purple roses are "Cardinal de Richelieu" and "Veilchenblau".

Are there any blue roses?

No true blue rose exist yet. Some roses are sold as blue but are really a lavender color. Most of these lavender roses are difficult to grow and are quite susceptable to disease. There is no true blue gene in the rose.

(E?)(L?) http://www.bluerose-records.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.allrecordlabels.com/db/0/1680.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.cnetter.net/


(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/video_4774904_make-blue-roses.html

Video: How to Make Blue Roses
How to Make Blue Roses. Part of the series: How to Grow Plants & Flowers. There are no blue roses that actually grow, but white roses can be dyed blue with a ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/how_4795983_make-blue-roses.html

How to Make Blue Roses. Blue roses do not occur naturally, and until only recently had never been successfully bred at all. Genetic modification made the first ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/how_5624474_dye-roses-blue.html

How to Dye Roses Blue. Blue roses have been sought after for centuries by rose lovers around the world. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a truly blue ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.h2g2.com/approved_entry/A1152956

'The Blue Rose Trilogy' by Peter Straub

Koko (1988), Mystery (1990) and The Throat (1993) are the three 'Blue Rose' novels. They can be read separately, but are much more powerful and resonant if they are read as a sequence.

What Are They About?

On the most basic level, all three books are crime thrillers. Here is an outline of each of them which will not spoil the pleasure of reading them for their plots.
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(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/glossary.php

Blue Roses


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Blue Roses
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(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/Peonies/plants.php?grp=A&t=2

Peonies: Blue Rose


(E6)(L?) http://www.mc.edu/campus/users/nettles/rofaq/rofaq-faq.html#FAQ_qa_blue


(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/main_april2002a.html
Das es sich hier nicht um einen ernst gemeinten Beitrag handelt kann man auch am namen des Autors erkennen. Der Autor heisst "LeMenteur" (frz. "menteur", "menteuse" = "Lügner", "Lügnerin").


The First Blue Roses!
by Pierre leMenteur

Well, it has finally happened! Transgenic (gene transfer) technology has rewarded us at last with the first true Blue Roses! For many years now we have heard stories about a handful of companies who have been working at producing the first true Blue Rose, but the results seemed ever elusive. The future is finally here, and rose growers everywhere will rejoice over this new marvel of biotechnology.
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....and before you give this whole Blue Rose thing one more thought, this page was an April Fools day joke, nothing more. There are no Blue Roses!


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Rose_(art_group)

Blue Rose (Blaue Rose) was a Symbolist artist association in Moscow from 1906 to 1908.
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Erstellt: 2012-08

Briar Rose (Redouté) - Rose

Das botanische engl. "briar" oder "brier" bezeichnet einen dt. "Dornstrauch" oder eine "wilde Rose" (engl. "sweet brier" = dt. "Weinrose").

Für engl. "briar" oder "brier" findet man zwei Bedeutungen:





Eins sollte man noch erwähnen:

Das dt. "Dornröschen", engl. auch "The Sleeping Beauty", frz. "La Belle au bois dormant", wird auch engl. "Little Briar Rose" genannt.

(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

151 Cherry Briar Rose | R. foetida variety | L’Eglantier Cerise | Rosa Eglanteria sub rubra

PICTURE SOURCE Les Roses, Volume III (1824)
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Eglanteria sub rubra"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "L’Eglantier Cerise"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. foetida variety"
COMMON NAME "Cherry Briar Rose"
OTHER NAMES "Austrian Briar seedling"
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ORIGIN Noted in the nursery of Monsieur Vilmorin, c. 1820, likely obtained from seed of the yellow R. foetida
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At left; picture of the Cherry Briar Rose, R. foetida variety, painted by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, portrait 151 out of 170, Volume III of Les Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.childrensbooksonline.org/super-index_I.htm

The Doll Under the Briar Rosebush


(E?)(L?) http://www.darwincountry.org/explore/003293.html

Watercolour painting of Moth and Caterpillar on Briar Rose. "Caterpillar from nature Sepbr. 24th 1804, fed on Briar rose. Chrysalis in a web. Moth March 19th 1805." Unsigned. Rose Rosa sp..


(E?)(L?) http://www.davesgarden.com/pf/go/2789/

PlantFiles: "Briar Rose", "Dog Rose", "White-flowered Rose", "Dog Briar", "Hondsroos", "Redoute Rose", "Rosa canina"


(E?)(L?) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=briar




(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/EveryRose.lasso?-database=RoseDatabase.fp3&-layout=detail&-response=%2feveryrose%2froses%2fdetail.lasso&-recordID=32841&-search

"Anita's Briar Rose" lp Light Pink, Shrub


(E?)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/g
Grimm, Jacob, 1785-1863 | Grimm, Wilhelm, 1786-1859: Briar Rose (English) (as Author)

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php

Anita's Briar Rose | Briar Rose


(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/info/glossary1.htm

Sweet Briar Roses (See Old Roses)

The most familiar of these hybrids of R. rubiginosa were made by Lord Penzance, using the semi-double form Janet's Pride, crossed with various China hybrids and R. foetida; these kept the scented foliage of the Sweet Briar which has been lost in later crosses.


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Limericks on Briar Rose

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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosegathering.com/arttour.html

Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, 1833-1898, The Briar Rose, The Heart of the Rose, Love among the Ruins


(E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=ROEG

ROEG - Rosa eglanteria L. - sweet briar rose


(E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/wildrosen_e.htm#foetida

"Rosa foetida", "Rosa foetida J. HERM.", "Rosa lutea MILL.", "Rosa eglanteria MILL. non L.", "Rosa cerea Rössig ex Redouté", "Rosa eglanteria Redouté & Thory", "Fuchsrose", "Wachsrose", "Capucine jaune", "Austrian Briar", "Austrian Yellow Briar Rose", "Yellow Austrian Rose", "Single Yellow Sweet Brier"

Herkunft: Asien, um 1590 Wildrose, Lutea-Hybride, goldgelb (lutea=gelb), einmalblühend (Juni - August)
starker Duft, wird oft als unangenehm empfunden (foetidus =stinkend);
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"Rosa foetida var. bicolor Willmott", "Rosa lutea bicolor WILLM.", "Rosa lutea var. punicea W.D.J. Koch", "Rosa eglanteria var. punicea Lavallée", "Rosa lutea var. bicolor Sims", "Rosa sylvestris austriaca flore phoeniceo", "Subruba", "Türkische Rose", "Ägyptische Rose", "Rose Comtesse", "Wiener Rose", "Coppercoloured Austrian Rose", "Corn Poppy Rose"
Herkunft: Asien 1590 Lutea-Hybride Alte Rose, zweifarbig: kupfer-orange und goldgelb,
starker Duft (wird oft als unangenehm empfunden foetidus =stinkend)
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"Rosa foetida persiana", "Rosa foetida var. persiana Rehd.", "Rosa lutea persiana Lemaire", "Persische Goldrose", "Persian Yellow", "Kapuziner-Rose", "Kapuzinerrose", "Austrian Copper"

entdeckt v. Sir Henry Willock (GB) 1837 Wildrose, gelb einmalblühend (Mai) stark duftend wie foetida.
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Briar_Rose


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Briar_Rose_(Band)

Briar Rose is a traditional heavy metal band from Swansea, Massachusetts. The band's name is taken from the title of the variant story of Sleeping Beauty by the Brothers Grimm, "Briar Rose". The idea of hiding beauty in darkness to protect it from a greater darkness appealed to the band.
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Briar_Rose_(novel)

Briar Rose is a young adult novel written by American author Jane Yolen, published in 1992. The book was published as part of the Fairy Tale Series "Sleeping Beauty" of novels compiled by Terri Windling. The book won the annual Mythopoeic Society Fantasy Award for Adult Literature in 1993.
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleeping_Beauty

The Sleeping Beauty The Ninth Captain's Tale (1001 Nights) (French: La Belle au bois dormant, "The Beauty sleeping in the wood") by Charles Perrault or Little Briar Rose (German: Dornröschen) by the Brothers Grimm is a classic fairytale involving a beautiful princess, enchantment of sleep, and a handsome prince. Written as an original literary tale, it was first published by Charles Perrault in Histoires ou contes du temps passé in 1697.
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Erstellt: 2012-12

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British Roses
Rosen-Anbieter

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Peter Beales Roses
Rosen-Anbieter

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What we are about?
We have one of the largest commercially available collections in the world featuring over 1300 varieties of Classic Roses, embracing shrub, bush, climbing, rambling and ground cover roses. Over 250 items in our collection are unique to us.

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Roses by Family

Albas Arvensis Ramblers Assorted classification Boursault Ramblers Chinas Damasks Floribundas (cluster roses) Gallicas Hybrid Perpetuals Modern Shrub Roses Moss Roses,

Pimpinellifolias Portlands Procumbent (Ground Covering Roses) Sempervirens Ramblers Sweet Briars and Canina Hybrids Teas (bush and climbing forms) The Shrub species Wichurana Ramblers


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Dog Briar - Rose

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PlantFiles: "Briar Rose", "Dog Rose", "White-flowered Rose", "Dog Briar", "Hondsroos", "Redoute Rose", "Rosa canina"


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Dog Rose - Rose

Der Name "Dog Rose, dt. "Hundsrose", "Heckenrose" soll angeblich nicht Assoziationen wie "wertlos" ("hundsgemeine Rosen") wecken, sondern solldarauf zurück zu führen sein, dass sie im 18. und 19. Jh. zur Behandlung von Bissen tollwütiger Hunde verwendet wurde. Andere Deutungen beziehen sich darauf, dass man die "Hagebutte" überall finden kann und sie sich deshalb überall verbreitet.

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Canina - Dog Rose


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Canina Roses - The Dog Rose


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Red Rose, Dog Rose, Damask Rose. Plate 17 from Culpeper's Complete Herbal with The British Florist 1812. Shrewsbury Museums Service.


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PlantFiles: "Briar Rose", "Dog Rose", "White-flowered Rose", "Dog Briar", "Hondsroos", "Redoute Rose", "Rosa canina"


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Dog Rose | Shiny-leaved Dog Rose


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Peonie: Dog Rose


(E?)(L?) http://www.heritage.nf.ca/dictionary/azindex/d.html

dog rose n Wild rose (Rosa nitida; R. virginiana) (1956 ROULEAU 29).


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Rosa arvensis = White dog rose. [Hudson field r


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ROCA3 - Rosa canina L. - dog rose - (2)


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ROCA3 - Rosa canina L. - dog rose


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"Rosa canina L.", "Hundsrose", "Heckenrose", "Dog Rose", "Friggadorn", "Friggas Dorn"

Herkunft: Europa 1737 Wildrose, zartrosa einmalblühend (lange, Juni - August) leichter Duft nach Himbeere, kleine orange-scharlachrote länglich-ovale süß-säuerliche Hagebutten, die bei Vögeln sehr beliebt sind. Die Hundsrose wird mit ihrem Vitamingehalt der Hagebutten von 330 mg / 1oo g kommerziell für kulinarische und medizine Zwecke angebaut.
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Die Hundsrose ist in der Landgüterverordnung Karls des Großen aufgeführt als Heilpflanze und wächst als "Tausendjähriger Rosenstrauch" in Hildesheim.


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"Friggadorn", "Friggas Dorn", "Heckenrose", "Heiderose", "Zaunrose" und mehr Volksnamen

Ihre vielen Volksnamen zeigen ihren Bekanntheitsgrad und die weite Verbreitung - "Buttelhiefen", "Dornapfel", "Dornrose", "Feldrose", "Hundsrose", "Hagrose", "Hagebutte", "Hagedorn", "Hagehotten", "Hagehüften", "Hagehüttchen", "Hagerose", "Hahnebödgen", "Hahneklöschen", "Hainhecken", "Hanbutbutten", "Haynbutten", "Hainrose", "Heckenrose", "Heinzerlein", "Hetschepetsch", "Hiefen", "Hiefenstrauch", "Hornrose", "Hüfften", "Hundsdorn", "Rosendorn", "Schlafkauz", "Schlafkunz", "Schlafdorn", "Wilde Heiderose", "Wiegenstrauch", "Wiepken", "Wipen", "Wirgen", "Zaunrose", "Wildhips".
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"Canina" heißt soviel wie "hundsgemein", was aber nichts mit Hunden zu tun hat, sondern bedeutet, dass man die Hagebutte überall finden kann und sie sich deshalb überall verbreitet.

Ihren Namen "Friggadorn" oder "Friggas Dorn" erhielt diese Rose von der weisen Gemahlin Odins, "Frigga", der mütterlichen Liebes- und Fruchtbarkeitsgöttin, die die Sprache der Tiere und Pflanzen verstand. Aus Dankbarkeit für den Beistand bei schweren Geburten vergruben nach gutem Verlauf Hebammen einst die Nachgeburt unter einem Rosenbusch.

"Ein Mänlein steht im Walde so still und stumm... " - wissen Sie, daß manche das "Männlein auf einem Bein" auf die Hagebutte der Hundsrose beziehen, die man auch "Hagebutze" oder "Heinzerlein" nennt? (Hagebuttenfoto)


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_canina

"Rosa canina" (commonly known as the "dog rose") is a variable climbing wild rose species native to Europe, northwest Africa and western Asia.
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Names and etymology

The botanic name is derived from the common names "dog rose" or similar in several European languages.

It is sometimes considered that the word "dog" has a disparaging meaning in this context, indicating 'worthless' (by comparison with cultivated garden roses) (Vedel & Lange 1960). However it is also known that it was used in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to treat the bite of rabid dogs, hence the name "dog rose" may result from this.

Other old folk names include "dogberry" and "witches' briar".
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Duchesse of Portland (Redouté) - Rose

Die Rose "Duchesse of Portland" trägt den Namen der Herzogin von Portland. Diese soll die Rose nach England gebracht haben. Sie wurde zur Stammform der Portlandrosen. Sie entstand Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts in Italien - vermutlich als Sämling von "R. damascena var. bifera x R. gallica" und einer "R. chinensis var. semperflorens".

Illustrated by Redouté as "Rosa damascena coccinea", "Rosier de Portland"

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Portland (`Duchesse of Portland`) - Rose de Portland


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Eltern: rote Chinarose x 'Quatre Saison'


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Portland Rosen

Aus einer Kreuzung einer Herbst-"Damaszener Rose" mit einer "Rosa Chinensis" entstand gegen Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts in Italien eine neue Rose. Sie wurde nach der Herzogin von Portland, welche sie nach England brachte "Duchesse of Portland" getauft. Zartrosa bis karmesin- und purpurrot erscheinen die Blüten mit einem intensivem Damaszena-Duft. Viele Sorten der kompakt wachsenden Büsche blühen im Spätsommernach.


(E1)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen_der_rosen/duchesse_of_portland.html

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1734 heiratete sie den Duke of Portland (den sie "Sweet Will" nannte) und wurde so Herzogin von Portland (Duchess of Portland). Das Ehepaar lebte in der ehemaligen Abtei Welbeck / Nottinghamshire, die Margaret 1755 nach dem Tod ihrer Mutter erbte und später in Bulstrode / Buckinghamshire. Margaret bekam sechs Kinder; eines davon lebte nur ein Jahr.
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Erstellt: 2012-12

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FRY
Fryer's Roses (W3)

Die Abkürzung "FRY" steht für "Fryer, Großbritannien".

Gareth Fryer züchtete in seiner Firma "Fryer's Roses" einige klassische Teehybriden.

(E?)(L?) http://www.fryers-roses.co.uk/

About Us
Fryer's Roses 1912 - 2007 - Over 90 years of rose growing success

"Arthur Fryer" began growing roses commercially on a small plot of land in 1912. From humble beginnings his reputation as a supplier of excellent quality rose trees grew throughout the region. With the acquisition of more land the business expanded and moved to the present site in 1928.

After the war Arthur was joined by his two sons and together they built up an extensive mail order business attending all the major flower shows, their roses gaining international acclaim.

The business is now run by "Gareth Fryer", grandson of the founder and is one of the largest producers in the country. As in 1912, it is still Fryer's aim to provide what they consider to be the best varieties of roses for garden display and all round reliability. Their passion for roses is combined with a commitment to meticulous quality.

In 1999 Fryer's were honoured to be one of the first recipients of The Queen Mother's International Rose Award, a prestigious new accolade in the rose world. The award established by The Royal National Rose Society recognises outstanding achievements in the raising of new cultivars.

In breeding and developing award winning roses in our fields, for many years, we have become an internationally renowned rose specialist.


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=17.3015


(E?)(L?) http://www.valderose.com/fry.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/adressen/england.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.zanthan.com/gardens/gardenlog/?p=2274
July 23rd, 2007: Fryer’s Roses, Cheshire

(E?)(L?) http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&q=Fryer%27s+Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&q=Fryers+Roses


fryers-roses.co.uk
Fryer Roses
Rosen-Anbieter

(E6)(L?) http://www.fryers-roses.co.uk/


(E?)(L?) http://www.fryers-roses.co.uk/About_Us/

Background information

"Arthur Fryer" began growing roses commercially on a small plot of land in 1912. From humble beginnings his reputation as a supplier of excellent quality rose trees grew throughout the region. With the acquisition of more land the business expanded and moved to the present site in 1928.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenzeit.com/rosenzuchter-von-a-z/

Freyer, Gareth – Großbritannien


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Geranium - Rose

"Geranium" ist das Synonym für "Rosa moyesii Geranium", "R. moyesii Geranium"

Die botanische Bezeichnung "moyesii" ehrt den (vermutlich in Schottland geborenen) Reverend und Missionar "James Moyes" (1876-1930).

(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/rosa-moyesii-geranium/


(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=223


(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/how_2104047_grow-rose-geranium.html

How to Grow Rose Geranium. The rose geranium is a hardy, evergreen shrub with lemon-rose scented pink and purple flowers. The leaves and the oil from the ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso




(E?)(L?) http://www.frost-burgwedel.de/index.php?seite=rosenkatalog_liste


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php
Geranium (Hybrid moyesii) | Geranium (Floribunda, Kordes, 1951) | Geranium Primaplant

(E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?w=rose&ls=a
rose geranium

(E?)(L?) http://www.pflanzen-im-web.de/pflanzen/pflanzen-suche/Rosen/index.php

Wildrose "Geranium" ~ Rosa moyesii Hybr.


(E?)(L?) http://www.rhs.org.uk/Gardens/Harlow-Carr/About-Harlow-Carr/Plant-of-the-month/November/Rosa--Geranium-


(E?)(L1) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/chooserResult.asp


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~212~gid~~source~gallerychooserresult.asp


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosenberatung.de/html/rosenbilder-galerie.html


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosenfoto.de/LiRosenfotoFSY.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenzeit.com/rosenhang-karben/

Geranium, Syn. Mandarin-Rose, Blutrose, Rote Büschelrose Wisley Garden's, 1945, Rosa moyesii


(E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/nameSearch?keywordquery=rose&mode=comname&submit.x=14&submit.y=6

PECA13 Pelargonium capitatum (L.) L'Hér. ex Aiton rose scented geranium



(E1)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen.htm

Pflanzenrosen - nach Pflanzennamen benannte Rosen: "Geranium"


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/wildrosen_a.htm

Rosa moyesii Geranium siehe Geranium


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm




(E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/g_duftrosen.htm


Erstellt: 2010-08

Gertrude Jekyll - Rose

Die Rose "Gertrude Jekyll" ist eine Strauchrose, die Blüten haben eine mittlere Rosafarbe. (Austin, England 1986)

Rich, pink, shapely buds open to large, full flowers in the old fashioned style.

Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) hatte neben anderen künstlerischen Interessen und Talenten auch eine Leidenschaft für Pflanzen, Gärten, Farben und nicht zuletzt für Rosen. Sie unternahm viele eigene Reisen, von denen sie neben eigenen Zeichnungen auch Pflanzen mitbrachte um sie in England anzupflanzen. Weiterhin verfasste sie 14 Bücher und über 1.000 Zeitungs-Artikel rund um Garten-Themen. Schon zu Lebzeiten wurde sie mit Ehrungen, z.B. der Royal Horticultural Society ausgezeichnet.

Was lag da näher, als auch eine Rose mit ihrem Namen zu bezeichnen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.azana.de/aktuell2/erlebnisgaertnerei/inhrose.htm


(E?)(L1) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/exploreraltflash/?tag=&page=3


(E?)(L?) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/objects/EZXWQc6rRT69VetY2ysmCQ

Gertrude Jekyll, Artist, Gardener and Craftswoman, was born in 1843. She was in her 40s when she bought this pair of men's boots and was still wearing them, much repaired, at the time of her death in 1932. She said 'I suppose no horse likes a new collar, I am quite sure I do not like new boots'.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.cix.co.uk/~museumgh/jekyll.htm


(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/roses/g/gertrude_jekyll_ausbord.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.cnetter.net/


(E6)(L1) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=856


(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/american/showrose.asp?showr=856
David Austin hat einige kräftig gefärbte Rosen wie "Gertrude Jekyll", "Pat Austin" und "L.D. Braithwaite" eingeführt. Der grösste Teil seiner Rosen ist jedoch pastellfarben.

(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

Gertrude Jekyll mp Medium Pink, English Rose (Shrub) 1986


(E?)(L?) http://www.gardenvisit.com/b/jekyll.htm


(E6)(L1) http://www.garten-literatur.de/Leselaube/persoenl/jekyll_p.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.gertrudejekyll.co.uk/

Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932), created over 400 gardens in the UK, Europe and America; her influence on garden design has been pervasive to this day. She spent most of her life in Surrey, England, latterly at Munstead Wood, Godalming. She ran a garden centre there and bred many new plants. Some of her gardens have been faithfully restored, wholly or partly, and can be visited. Godalming Museum has many of her notebooks and copies of all her garden drawings, (compiled and sorted by members of the Surrey Gardens Trust); the original drawings are in the University of California.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&q=Gertrude+Jekyll&btnG=Suche&meta=


(E?)(L?) http://www.graines-et-plantes.com/index.php?Page=plantes&listeplantes=nomslatin

Rosier anglais x arbuste 'Gertrude Jekyll'


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=1822


(E?)(L?) http://www.historicgardens.org/review/autumn99/historic/historic.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/roses/roseindex.asp?va=y

GERTRUDE JEKYLL - English Garden Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/roses/showoneprod.asp?action=sbcn&catno=SHGEJE10


(E?)(L?) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/gertrudejekyll.html


(E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/


(E?)(L?) http://www.mc.edu/campus/users/nettles/rofaq/rofaq-da.html#DA_VGJ


(E?)(L?) http://www.mein-schoener-garten.de/wiki/gartenwiki/Category:Rosen


(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/site_index.html


(E6)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/austins/jekyll.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/austin.review2004.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.pflanzen-im-web.de/pflanzen/pflanzen-suche/Rosen/index.php

Englische Rose "Gertrude Jekyll ®"(Ausbord) ~ Rosa Hybr.


(E?)(L?) http://www.rhs.org.uk/RHSPLANTFINDER/pfregions.asp?ID=92094


(E?)(L?) http://www.rhs.org.uk/RHSPLANTFINDER/pfregions.asp?ID=94534


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/ChooserResult.asp

Gertrude Jekyll (Ausbord)


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/Galleries.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosenberatung.de/html/rosenbilder-galerie.html


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosenfoto.de/LiRosenfotoFSY.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosengarten-forst.de/sixcms/list.php?page=rg_rosen

Gertrude Jekyll Englische Rose Austin


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen_der_rosen/who_is_who_namen_der_rosen.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/g_duftrosen.htm#gertrude_jekyll


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm

Gertrude Jekyll ®, AUSbord, Austin (GB) 1986 Strauchrose, Englische Rose sattrosa, Rand heller sehr starker, guter lieblicher Duft. Pilzanfällig, stachelig. Schön in Kombination mit der Clematis 'Warszawska Nike'!

Der berühmten englischen Gärtnerin, die viel mit dem Architekten Edwin Lutyens ns (1869-1944) zusammenarbeitete, gewidmet - mehr über Gertrude Jekyll - Rosenschild Gertrude Jekyll


(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gertrude_Jekyll


(E?)(L?) http://www.wissenschaft-shop.de/Neuheiten/Frauen-in-meinem-Rosengarten-Geschenk-Tipp.html

Gertrude Jekyll - Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932)


Gertrude Jekyll Clg - Rose

Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) hatte neben anderen künstlerischen Interessen und Talenten auch eine Leidenschaft für Pflanzen, Gärten, Farben und nicht zuletzt für Rosen. Sie unternahm viele eigene Reisen, von denen sie neben eigenen Zeichnungen auch Pflanzen mitbrachte um sie in England anzupflanzen. Weiterhin verfasste sie 14 Bücher und über 1.000 Zeitungs-Artikel rund um Garten-Themen. Schon zu Lebzeiten wurde sie mit Ehrungen, z.B. der Royal Horticultural Society ausgezeichnet.

(E6)(L1) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=4254
Climbing Roses

grosvenorgardencentre.co.uk
Fryer's Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.grosvenorgardencentre.co.uk/

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Erstellt: 2013-09

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Helen Rhodes - Rose

Wer war "Helen Rhodes"?

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=38541


Hortensia - Rose

Der weibliche Vorname dt. "Hortensie", frz. "Hortense", engl. "Hortensia" geht zunächst zurück auf den altrömischen Geschlechternamen "Hortensius" und bezieht sich auf lat. "hortus" = "Garten".

Wörtlich könnte man "Hortensie" also auch ohne Umweg über den Namen der Namensgeberin als "Gartenpflanze" übersetzen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.graines-et-plantes.com/index.php?Page=plantes&listeplantes=nomslatin

Hortensia macrophylla '-rose-'


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=26159
Hortensia - Centifolia, Gallica / Provins. Deep pink. Blooms medium, very double, cupped, quartered. Godefroy 1811.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=36143
Hortensia (syn. 'Grandesse Royale') - Damask, Gallica / Provins, Turbinata. Light pink. Blooms large, full (26-40 petals), globular. Prévost (fils), Unknown English Breeder(s) 1813.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=55709
Hortensia (tea, Ducher, 1871) - Tea, Tea, Cl.. Pink and yellow. Blooms large, double (17-25 petals). Ducher 1871.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=56606
Hortensia (china, Verdier, pre 1836) - China / Bengale, Hybrid China, Tea. Violet and pink. Blooms medium, double (17-25 petals). Verdier 1836.

(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm

Aimable Rouge Hortensia, Rosa Hortensia, Boule d´Hortensia, Agathe majesteuse, Hortensia, Triomphe biflore, Le Triomphe, Royal Virgin Rose, Great Royal, Centfeuilles d'Angleterre, Vibert (FR) bzw. Goderfroy (FR) vor 1819 Zentifolie, Gallica, Provins, Alte Rose rot, violett überhaucht, einmalblühend, stark duftend, sehr frosthart.

Malmaison-Rose, d. h. sie war im Rosengarten der Josephine vorhanden und wurde von Redoute gemalt; zu ihrer Zeit eine sehr erfolgreiche Rose.


Hybrid Perpetuals
Some Guidelines for Hybrid Perpetuals - von Pierre Lauwers


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What is a Hybrid Perpetual?
This is a question that is open to vast debate. It seems that in the beginning (the 1830's) it was a hotchpotch category where people placed all the repeat-flowering roses that could not be classified with: Initially the name, "Hybrides Remontants", meant repeat flowering hybrids a vague definition for roses that were repeat-flowering hybrids of whatever possible. This resulted in a lot of confusion, which still exists today. But, by 1842, with the introduction of "La Reine", there was a redefining of the class. The "Hybrid Perpetuals" that followed were clearly a rather big family with common characteristics. Looking back, we can see that the first "Hybrid Perpetuals" were a synthesis of "Portlands and reblooming Hybrid Chinas with some Gallica parentage".
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(E?)(L1) http://www.cnetter.net/

Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals, Shrubs and Species Roses
Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals and Chinas


(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=6

"Hybrid Perpetuals" were the result of an attempt to combine the large flowers and rich scent of the "Gallica Roses" with the perpetual flowering of the Chinas. The forerunner of this class was "Rose du Roi", a seedling of the "Portland rose" raised in France in 1815. The true, large-flowered "Hybrid Perpetuals", or "Hybrides Remontant" as they were called in France, were first raised by Laffay at Auteuil, starting with "Princesse Hélène" in 1837. He crossed "Hybrid Chinas" with "Portlands" and "Bourbons" and produced a proportion of repeat-flowering roses; the recessive, repeat-flowering genes were present in both parents.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/perpetuals/

From Brent Dickerson: "As the breeding work continued in the late 1820's with the Hybrid Chinas, Hybrid Bourbons, and Hybrid Noisettes, they were crossed with the hardiest re-blooming roses they had on hand, the Damask Perpetuals. Thus was born the race of Hybrid Perpetuals, which soon grew to encompass as well any re-blooming progeny of the Hybrid Chinas, etc.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/dickerson_HybCh.html
from a practical gardener's point of view


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What is a Hybrid Perpetual?
This is a question that is open to vast debate. It seems that in the beginning (the 1830's) it was a hotchpotch category where people placed all the repeat-flowering roses that could not be classified with: Initially the name, "Hybrides Remontants", meant repeat flowering hybrids a vague definition for roses that were repeat-flowering hybrids of whatever possible. This resulted in a lot of confusion, which still exists today. But, by 1842, with the introduction of "La Reine", there was a redefining of the class. The "Hybrid Perpetuals" that followed were clearly a rather big family with common characteristics. Looking back, we can see that the first "Hybrid Perpetuals" were a synthesis of "Portlands and reblooming Hybrid Chinas with some Gallica parentage".
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(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/perpetuals/index.html

From Brent Dickerson: "As the breeding work continued in the late 1820's with the Hybrid Chinas, Hybrid Bourbons, and Hybrid Noisettes, they were crossed with the hardiest re-blooming roses they had on hand, the Damask Perpetuals. Thus was born the race of Hybrid Perpetuals, which soon grew to encompass as well any re-blooming progeny of the Hybrid Chinas, etc.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/ClassHybridPerpetual.php


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/articles.htm


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/hybridperpetual.html

Some Guidelines for Hybrid Perpetuals
from a practical gardener's point of view
Pierre Lauwers
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(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/byclass.htm

Hybrid Perpetuals


(E?)(L?) http://southerngarden.weebly.com/bourbons--hybrid-perpetuals.html

Bourbons & Hybrid Perpetuals


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Jekyll's Own Rambler - Rose

Die Rose trägt den Namen von "Gertrude Jekyll" (1843-1932).

(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

"Jekyll's Own Rambler" w White & White blend, Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=3491


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Keepit - Rose

Wie man aus der Not eine Tugend macht kann man am Beispiel der Rose "Keepit" lernen. Bei einer Diskussion um den Wert des Sämlings hieß es: "Keep it" (behalte sie).

Eigentlich keine Empfehlung - wenn sie niemand haben wollte.
Aber vielleicht kauft sie ja doch noch jemand.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


(E6)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm

Keepit Dawson (AU) 1988 Teehybride, rosa kein Duft


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Lawrenciana (Redouté) - Rose

Die "Rosa Lawrenciana" gehen auf die Rose "Gloire de Lawrence" zurück, die ihren Namen wiederum der englischen Autorin eines Rosenbuches "Miss Molly Lawrence" verdankt.

Der Name "Lawrence" ist die englische Form von "Laurentius", "Laurenz", "Lorenz", der auf den römischen Beinamen lat. "Laurentius" = dt. "der aus der Stadt Laurentum Stammende" zurück geht. Die latinische Stadt "Laurentum" lag südlich von Rom. Deren Name könnte eventuell mit lat. "laurus" = dt. "Lorbeer", "Lorbeerkranz" zusammen hängen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.californiacoastalrose.com/page/page/3726796.htm

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Roy Genders writes, “There are two distinct forms of the fairy rose, "R. roulettii" (or "Pompon de Paris") with its hybrid tea-type flowers and extremely dwarf habit, and the older "Gloire de Lawrence" with its tiny rambler-rose blooms of darkest crimson and slightly more robust habit. It was this latter variety which gave the name of "R. Lawrenciana" to the miniature roses of the nineteenth century, named after "Miss Molly Lawrence", whose book on roses, published in 1799 was the first important work devoted to roses.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/gardening/ezine.php?publicationID=623&js=0


(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/main_june2002.html
A Check-List of Lawrencianas
by Brent C. Dickerson
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'Lawrenciana' (Redouté, 1821) Pinkish red.
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Little Rambler - Rose

Wie der Name sagt ist die Rose "Little Rambler" eine einmalblühende Kletterrose (engl. "rambler" = dt. "Wanderer"), einer Untergruppe der Kletterrosen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/english/searchlist.asp


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso




(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.pflanzen-im-web.de/pflanzen/pflanzen-suche/Rosen/index.php

Kletterrose "Little Rambler" ~ Rosa Hybr.


(E?)(L1) http://www.rhs.org.uk/rhsplantfinder/plantfinder.asp

Little Rambler = 'Chewramb'


Erstellt: 2013-08

Loyal Rosarian - Rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=25912


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Mary Gammon - Rose

Wer war Mary Gammon?

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=12349


Miss Jekyll - Rose

Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) hatte neben anderen künstlerischen Interessen und Talenten auch eine Leidenschaft für Pflanzen, Gärten, Farben und nicht zuletzt für Rosen. Sie unternahm viele eigene Reisen, von denen sie neben eigenen Zeichnungen auch Pflanzen mitbrachte um sie in England anzupflanzen. Weiterhin verfasste sie 14 Bücher und über 1.000 Zeitungs-Artikel rund um Garten-Themen. Schon zu Lebzeiten wurde sie mit Ehrungen, z.B. der Royal Horticultural Society ausgezeichnet.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=33128


(E?)(L1) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/chooserResult.asp

Rose 'Miss Jekyll'


Miss Willmott - Rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=29746
(Hybrid Tea, McGredy, 1916)

(E?)(L?) http://www.rnzih.org.nz/Book_Reviews/Willmott.htm
Miss Willmott of Warley Place - Her Life and her Gardens

(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/rosenwelt/rosen_abc.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen_der_rosen/who_is_who_namen_der_rosen.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm

Miss Willmott McGredy (GB) 1916 Teehybride gelb stark süß duftend

Wie "Ellen Willmott" der englischen Pflanzen- und Gartenliebhaberin (1858-1934) gewidmet, erstes weibliches Mitglied der Linneaen Society. Lange Zeit war Ellen Willmott`s Buch The Genus Rosa das beste und umfangreichste Rosenbuch, was auf dem Markt war. Mehr über Ellen Willmott


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Peony (Redouté) - Rose

Engl. "peony" (16. Jh.) (altengl. "peonie", "pionie", "peoniam" (lat. acc. sing.), mengl. "peynye", "pienye", "pionye", "pyany", "pyanye", "pyeny", "pyonie", mengl. "payne", pyonye", "piany", "pyony", "peoni", "pieny", "pionee", "paeony", "peionie", "pæony", "pæonie", "peiony", "pioney", "piona", "pienanny", "pyanno", "piano", "piony", "pyanna", "pyanny", "pyano", "piane", "pieyne", "pioigne", "pioyne", "pyan", "pyon", "pyone", "pyoun", "pionre", "pion", "pyne", "peeann", "pyione", "piny", "pinny", "peeny", "piney", "pinney", "peenie", ...), span. "peonía" (1490), frz. "pivoine", ital. "peonia" (1327), port. "peónia" (17. Jh.), bot. "Paeonia", ist die wissenschaftliche Gattungsbezeichnung der dt. "Pfingstrose, auch dt. "Päonie".

Man findet es als anglo-normanisch "peonie", "pionie", "pione", "pioine" und altfrz. "pione", "peone", "peoine", "pyoinne", alt-okkzit. "pionia" (14. Jh.). Lat. "paeonia", "paenia", "peonia", "pæonia", "pionia", geht weiter zurück auf griech. "paionia", "paionía" (weibliche Form von griech. "paionios") = wörtlich dt. "die Heilende". Diese Bedeutung findet man personifiziert in der griechischen Mythologie. Der Gott bzw. Arzt "Paieon", "Paion", "Paean" heilte mit dieser Pflanze Pluto (auch "Hades", der Gott der Unterwelt, des Reichtums und des Überflusses), der von Herakles verwundet worden war. Der Gebrauch als "heilende" Arzneipflanze (sowohl Wurzeln, Blüten und Samen wurden als Medizin verwendet) führte auch zu dem Artnamen "officinalis".

Als Farbbezeichnung wird engl. "peonie" mit engl. "dark pink", "crimson" gleichgesetzt.



(E?)(L?) http://www.alphadictionary.com/articles/eponyms/index.html

"peony": A domestic tuber with large flowers thick with petals. Possibly from Greek "Paeon" {also "Paean") "healer" and "song" (probably because incantation was a part of healing at the time), alternative name for "Apollo", the physician of the Greek gods and himself the god of healing.


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Peony | Peony Purple | Peony Red


(E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#16

"Peony" als Farbe: - #681c23 - Peony



(E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#254

"Peony Purple" als Farbe: - #d5265b - Peony Purple



(E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#13

"Peony Red" als Farbe: - #7b001c - Peony Red



(E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#16

"Peony Red" als Farbe: - #681c23 - Peony Red



(E1)(L1) http://www.babynamewizard.com/baby-name/girl/peony


(E1)(L1) http://www.bartleby.com/81/P1.html

Peony (The)


(E1)(L1) http://www.bartleby.com/81/P2.html

Piony or Peony.


(E?)(L1) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/exploreraltflash/?tag=&page=97

Pomona Porcelain Lidded Teapot A mid eighteenth century early porcelain teapot with a peony design made in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Contributed by Museum


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(E?)(L?) http://www.botanikus.de/Botanik3/Ordnung/Pfingstrose/pfingstrose.html

Echte Pfingstrose
Paeonia officinalis
Pfingstrosengewächse
...


(E?)(L1) http://www.cigarettespedia.com/

"Peony" (cigarettes)


(E?)(L?) http://hotword.dictionary.com/kamuro-peony/

Each firework type has a name, so see how to spot a kamuro or peony
July 3, 2010 33 Comments Share
Independence Day fireworks generally elicit compulsory “ooohs” and ahhhs.” After perusing this post, you should be able to refine your appreciative exclamations: “Oooh, a peony” and “ahhh, a kamuro.”
The peony is one of the most common kinds of aerial pyrotechnic effects. It is named for a variety of plants with large,
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(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php

Roses


(E6)(L1) http://www.HelpMeFind.com/Peonies/


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(E?)(L?) http://www.howstuffworks.com/search.php?terms=Peony

Your search for "Peony" returned 36 articles


(E?)(L?) http://www.idahobotanicalgarden.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=feature.display&feature_id=18&CFID=552970&CFTOKEN=97508362

Peony Collection


(E6)(L1) http://www.imagines-plantarum.de/cname2frm.html

common peony


(E?)(L?) http://county.milwaukee.gov/PeonyGarden10683.htm

Peony Garden


(E?)(L?) http://mizian.com.ne.kr/englishwiz/library/names/etymology_of_first_names.htm

PEONY "peony" (Greek). A flower name. It was believed to have healing qualities so was named after Pæon, the doctor of the gods.


(E?)(L?) http://hpd.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/household/list?tbl=TblChemicals&alpha=P

Peony extract


(E2)(L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/peony


(E?)(L?) http://apps.rhs.org.uk/advicesearch/AtoZ.aspx




(E?)(L?) http://www.valentine.gr/mythology4_en.php

Peony-Plant of Healing.
Happy Life and Prosperity.
It is believed that Peony is named after "Paeon" (also known as "Paean"), who was a healing deity who had healed Hades’ and Ares’ wounds. The flower myth related, says that Paeon was a student of Asclepius, the god of medicine and healing. He was once instructed by Leto (Apollo's mother and goddess of fertility) to obtain a magical root growing on Mount Olympus that would soothe the pain of women in childbirth. Asclepius became jealous and threatened to kill his pupil.


(E?)(L?) http://www.valentine.gr/linkOfTheMonth-october2004.php

Tree peony - Paeonia suffruticosa


(E?)(L?) http://www.wdl.org/en/item/11/#q=Peony+and+Canary&view_type=gallery&search_page=1&qla=en

Peony and Canary


(E?)(L?) http://www.wdl.org/en/search/gallery/?q=Peony&qla=en




(E?)(L?) http://www.zoope.com/

Peony : greek - flower name


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Peony
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Peony" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1710 auf.

Erstellt: 2012-12

Peter Beales - Rose

Die Rose trägt denNamen des englischen Rosenzüchters "Peter Beales".

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(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=30027


(E?)(L1) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/chooserResult.asp

Peter Beales 2000


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm

Peter Beales, CLEexpert, Clements (USA) 2000 Strauchrose rot stasrk duftend

Dem Rosenexperten, Rosenzüchter und Rosenbuchautoren Peter Beales gewidmet.


peterboyd
Boyd, Peter D. A.
Scots Roses

(E6)(L?) http://www.peterboyd.com/

This site is intended to provide access to web versions of popular articles and academic papers written by Peter Boyd over a number of years.

The subjects have included Charles Darwin, GIS (Geographical Information Systems), museums, "Scots Roses", lifelong-learning, heritage websites, "garden history", geology, micropalaeontology, palaeoecology, environmental archaeology, ceramics, Victorian decorative arts and local history.

The places have included Shrewsbury, Shropshire, Devon, the Inner Hebrides, Essex and the City of London.


(E?)(L1) http://www.shrewsburymuseums.com/

Peter Boyd is Museums Collections Manager for Shrewsbury Museums Service. The creation and development of the Darwin Country lifelong learning website has been a major feature of his work 2000-2004. Latterly, an online collections management system, ShrewD Online, is under development from Darwin Country and Shrewsbury Museums Service database, ShrewD.

Career | Publications | What's New

Web versions of published and other contributions: (Mit Links zu den einzelnen Artikeln)


(E?)(L1) http://www.peterboyd.com/mcmurtrie.htm

Paper for the RNRS Historic Rose Journal on "Mary McMurtrie, painter of Scots Roses" Mary McMurtrie 1902-2003


(E?)(L1) http://www.peterboyd.com/rosapimp2.htm




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(E?)(L1) http://www.peterboyd.com/contrib.htm

Published Contributions


Portland Rose (Redouté) - Rose

Die Portland Rosen tragen den Namen der "Herzogin von Portland" (Margaret Cavendish Bentinck, 2nd Duchess of Portland). Diese erhielt um das Jahr 1800 eine Rose aus Italien, die bis dahin als "Rosa paestana" bekannt war. Die "Duchess of Portland" sandte einen Ableger an André Dupont, einen Gärtner der Kaiserin Josephine. Diese Gab der Rose den Namen der Spenderin. Aus dieser Rose entstand eine ganze Klasse von Rosen.

(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

043 'Duchess of Portland' Rose | R. portlandica | Rosier de Portland | Rosa Damascena Coccinea

PICTURE SOURCE Les Roses, Volume I (1817)
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Damascena Coccinea"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "Rosier de Portland"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. portlandica"
COMMON NAME "Duchess of Portland"
OTHER NAMES "Portland Rose", "Scarlet Four Seasons Rose"
...
ORIGIN Unknown; c.1770, possibly a hybrid between a Damask or Gallica Rose and a China Rose
...
At left; picture of the Duchess of Portland Rose, R. portlandica, painted by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, portrait 043 out of 170, Volume I of Les Roses
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(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=387

Portland Rose


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Suchresultate für 'Portland Rose':

| Ambridge Rose | Ambridge Rose, Standard | Belle Portugaise | Burgundy Rose | Cottage Rose | Emanuel (syn Crocus Rose), Standard | Emanuel (syn. Crocus Rose) | Emanuel (syn. Crocus Rose), Hedging | England's Rose | Gerbe Rose | Julia's Rose | Port Sunlight | Port Sunlight, Standard | Portmeirion | R. Paulii Rosea | R. spinosissima 'Dunwich Rose' | Rose de Rescht | Rose du Roi | Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourpres | Rose of Picardy | Rose-Marie Viaud | Rosemoor | Roseraie de l'Hay | Seven Sisters' Rose | Sophy's Rose | Sophy's Rose, Standard | The Alexandra Rose | The Alnwick® Rose | The Alnwick® Rose, Hedging | The Times Rose |


(E?)(L?) http://www.frost-burgwedel.de/index.php?seite=rosenkatalog_2&id=765

The Portland Rose


(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=12

Portland Roses

...
... [Their origins] are shrouded in mystery … but we do know that around the year 1800 the Duchess of Portland obtained from Italy a rose known as Rosa paestana or 'Scarlet Four Seasons Rose', and that it was from this rose that the group developed… The Portland Rose was sent from England to France where André Dupont, gardener to the Empress Joséphine, named it 'Duchess of Portland', and it was not very long before the French had raised numerous varieties…


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php




(E6)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/info/glossary1.htm

Portland Roses (See Old Roses)

Portland roses were named after Margaret Cavendish Bentinck, 2nd Duchess of Portland. The original, a hybrid between an Autumn Damask and R. gallica Officinalis, has been known since I 792. Portland roses were valued for their late flowering as well as their rich red colour, and were soon crossed with Chinas to produce the forerunners of the Hybrid Perpetual.

In the nineteenth century, by crossing roses from the Orient with those from the west, new groups were developed. Among these were the Portland Roses, though few of them now remain.


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/ChooserResult.asp

Advanced search for "Portland": 98 roses in total

| *Hybrid Perpetual Roses The section | *Portland roses The section | Adèle | Aotearoa New Zealand | Arthur de Sansal | Arthur de Sansal | Bewitched | Bloomfield Abundance | Bonnie Prince | Cathedral | Charisma | Charlotte Armstrong | Chicago Peace | Comte de Chambord | Coventry Cathedral | Duchess of Portland | Duchesse d'Angoulême | Eclipse | El Capitan | Europeana | Evening Star | Fashion | Fragrant Cloud | Fred Edmunds | | Glenn Dale | Grande Duchesse Charlotte | Grandpa Dickson | Handel | Holstein | Honour | Ice White | Indigo | Jacques Cartier | Jeune Henry | Joasine Hanet | Julie Krudner | Keepsake | Kordes' Perfecta | Las Vegas | Love | Lowell Thomas | Luis Brinas | Marbrée | Marie de St Jean | Marie Robert | Matangi | Medalion | Miranda | Miss All-American Beauty | Mme Henry Guillot | Mme Knorr | Molly McGredy | Montezuma | Mrs Sam McGredy | My Choice | New Zealand | Olympiad | Panachée de Lyon | Paradise | Pascali | Peace | Pink Favourite | Pink Parfait | Pinocchio | Poulsen's Bedder | Princess Margaret of England | Pristine | Prominent | Quatre Saisons d'Italie | Queen Elizabeth | Red Devil | Rembrandt | Rose de Puteaux | Rose de Rescht | Rose du Roi | Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourpres | Royal Amethyst | Royal Highness | Royal Sunset | Rubaiyat | Sarabande | Saturnia | Secret | Signora | Silver Lining | Spartan | Sun Flare | Sutter's Gold | Texas Centennial | Tony Jacklin | Touch of Class | Tropicana | Trumpeter | Vogue | Wandering Minstrel | Yolande d'Aragon


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(E6)(L1) http://www.rosenfoto.de/LiRosenfotoFSY.html

Portland Rose


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenwiki.de/index.php/Spezial:Alle_Seiten

Portland Rose


(E?)(L?) http://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/rosen/sorten/index.php/Portland%20Rosen/
Portland Rosen

Aus einer Kreuzung einer Herbst-"Damaszener Rose" mit einer "Rosa Chinensis" entstand gegen Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts in Italien eine neue Rose. Sie wurde nach der Herzogin von Portland, welche sie nach England brachte "Duchesse of Portland" getauft. Zartrosa bis karmesin- und purpurrot erscheinen die Blüten mit einem intensivem Damaszena-Duft. Viele Sorten der kompakt wachsenden Büsche blühen im Spätsommernach.


Arthur de Sansal | Duchesse de Rohan | Marbree | Mme. Boll | Mme. Knorr | Portland ("Duchesse of Portland") | Rose du Roi

(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose

"Portland" - These are named after the Duchess of Portland who received (from Italy in 1800) a rose then known as R. paestana or "Scarlet Four Seasons" Rose' (now known simply as "The Portland Rose"). This group was developed from that rose. Repeat-flowering. Example: "James Veitch", "Rose de Rescht", "The Portland Rose".


Erstellt: 2012-10

Primrose - Rose

Neben der engl. "Primrose" = dt. "Primel" = wörtlich dt. "Erstling" gibt es auch eine Rose namens "Primrose".

(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

Primrose ly Light Yellow, Tea (OGR) 1908


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'Primevère'
synonyms: 'Primrose'
...


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/ColorPrimrose.php

Primrose Roses - Roses whose color is Primrose

| Agnes | Alberic Barbier | Anna Zinkeisen | April Moon | Canary Bird | Cantabrigiensis | Captain Thomas | Celine Forestier | Charlotte | Dunwich Rose | Easlea's Golden Rambler | Elina | Fairhope | Frances Phoebe | Fruhlingsgold | Golden Wings | Goldfinch | Hebe's Lip | Irish Gold | Isabella Sprunt | J.P. Connell | Leverkusen | Limelight | Luis Desamero | Madame Butterfly | Madame Butterfly, Climbing | Mary Webb | Mermaid | Northern Lights | park's yellow tea scented china | paul's lemon pillar | perle des jardins | prairie harvest | primavere | sonnenschirm | the pilgrim | thisbe | windrush | yellow button


Erstellt: 2012-10

Primrose Queen - Rose

Die Namengebung "Primrose" bezieht sich eventuell auf die primelähnliche Farbe der Rose.

(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

Primrose Queen my Medium Yellow, Hybrid Tea


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(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.4971

Primrose Queen (china, Lippiatt, 1911)
China / Bengale, Tea. Light yellow. Mild fragrance. Medium, double (17-25 petals) bloom form. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. USDA zone 7b and warmer. W.E. Lippiatt (1911).

Syn.:


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Primrose Queen (hybrid tea, Unknown, 1999)
Hybrid Tea. Yellow. Unknown origin (1999).


Erstellt: 2012-10

Profusion Roses

Frz. "profusion" (1495), engl. "profusion" = dt. "Überfluß", "Fülle" geht zurück auf lat. "profusio" = dt. "Ausfluss", "Erguss", "Verschwendung", und weiter auf lat. "profundere" = dt. "hingießen", "hervorströmen lassen", "vergießen", "verschütten", "abfließen".

Für lat. "fundo" findet man zwei Bedeutungsvarianten:

1: dt. "mit einem Boden versehen", "gründen", "begründen", "festigen", "befestigen", "sichern" (vgl. auch dt. "dundiert")

2: dt: (Flüssiges) "ausgießen", (Festes) "ausschütten", "flüssig machen", "schmelzen", "Geschosse schleudern", "im Überfluss strömen lassen", "benetzen", "ausströmen lassen", "hören lassen", "hervorbringen", "erzeugen", "ausbreiten", "verbreiten", "vertreiben", "niederwerfen", "zu Boden strecken".

(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=252


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Rambler Roses

Engl. "ramble" (1443 / 1620) = dt. "wandern", "umherwandern", "sich winden", geht möglicherweise zurück auf altengl. "romen", mengl. "romblen" = dt. "wandern", "gehen". Ein weiterer Nachfolger ist engl. "roaming" = dt. "Rufbereichswechsel" (zu engl. "roam" = dt. "umherstreifen", "umherwandern").

Eine andere Herleitung nimmt Bezug zu mndl. "*rammelen" = engl. "to wander about in a state of sexual desire", zu "rammen" = dt. "kopulieren" (vgl. dt. "rammeln").

Im übertragenen Sinn hat engl. "ramble" auch die Bedeutung dt. "vom Thema abschweifen", "daherreden".

(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/

Rambling Roses usually have numerous small flowers held in large bunches, and have the ability to send up strong, frequently long, stems from the base of the plant. They flower with great freedom, giving a mass of bloom, but this is only once in the year, except where noted. Their growth is robust but graceful and they are ideal for covering large areas. Usually they require little pruning except for the removal of older growth when this becomes too dense. This should be done after flowering. They form a very important group that is worthy of more attention in present day gardens. They have many uses - for arches, pergolas, rambling through bushes and into trees, covering unsightly objects, etc. Do not be put off by the fact that they flower only once in the summer: they are in fact much better for such purposes. As with the Climbing Roses, there are a number of classes.


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(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/english/searchlist.asp

| Adelaide d'Orléans | Aglaia | Albéric Barbier | Albertine | Alexandre Girault | Alida Lovett | Amadis | American Pillar | Auguste Gervais | Baltimore Belle | Belvedere | Bleu Magenta | Blush Rambler | Bobbie James | Crimson Shower | Débutante | Dentelle de Malines | Dorothy Perkins | Dr. W. Van Fleet | Dundee Rambler | Easlea's Golden Rambler | Emily Gray | Euphrosyne | Evangeline | Félicité et Perpétue | Flora | Francis E. Lester | François Juranville | Gardenia | Gerbe Rose | Ghislaine de Féligonde | Goldfinch | Kew Rambler | Lady Godiva | Léontine Gervais | Long John Silver | Lykkefund | Malvern Hills | Mary Wallace | May Queen | Minnehaha | Mme Sancy de Parabère | Mountain Snow | Open Arms | Paul Noël | Paul's Scarlet Climber | Phyllis Bide | Pleine de Grâce | Princesse Louise | R. Anemone | R. Anemone 'Ramona' | R. arvensis | R. Banksiae Banksiae | R. Banksiae Lutea | R. Banksiae Normalis | R. Bracteata | R. Brunonii 'La Mortola' | R. Filipes 'Brenda Colvin' | | R. Helenae | R. Laevigata | R. Laevigata 'Cooperi' | R. Moschata | R. Moschata 'Princesse de Nassau' | R. Mulliganii | R. Rubus | R. Sinowilsonii | R. Soulieana | R. Wichurana | Rambling Rosie | René André | Rose-Marie Viaud | Russelliana | Sanders' White | Seven Sisters' Rose | Snow Goose | Super Dorothy | Super Elfin | Super Excelsa | Super Fairy | The Garland | Thelma | Treasure Trove | Veilchenblau | Venusta Pendula | Violette | Wedding Day


(E?)(L?) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=ramble


(E?)(L?) http://www.owad.de/owad-archive-quiz.php4?id=277


(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/wordoftheday/archive/2008/12/28.html

ramble: move aimlessly (Sunday December 28)


(E1)(L1) http://www.wordsmith.org/words/ramble.html


(E1)(L1) http://www.wordsmith.org/awad/archives/0400

ramble


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Rambler Roses
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Rambler Roses" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1890 auf.

(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=ramble
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "ramble" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1630 auf.

Erstellt: 2012-12

Rambling Rector - Rose

weiße Kletterrose, stark duftend, einmalblühend, Züchzter Daisy Hill, 1912

(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/productindex.php?type=rose&prodfinderformroseFamily=multifloras

Rambling Rector: (Moschata) 'Shakespeare's Musk'. A rampant rambler renowned for its vigour, being smothered in double, white clusters of flowers in July. Of grea


(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/roses/r/rambling_rector.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/english/searchlist.asp


(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=108


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

Rambling Rector w White & White blend, Rambler 1912


(E?)(L?) http://www.frost-burgwedel.de/index.php?seite=rosenkatalog_liste


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=5077


(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/roses/roseindex.asp?st=N

Rambling Rector - Climbing Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.pflanzen-im-web.de/pflanzen/pflanzen-suche/Rosen/index.php

Kletterrose "Rambling Rector" ~ Rosa multiflora Hybr.


(E?)(L?) http://www.phillipoliver.net/sgramblingrector.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.rhs.org.uk/Databases/HortDatabase.asp?ID=96757


(E?)(L1) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/chooserResult.asp


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/Galleries.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosen-direct.de/shop/catalog/itpt-Rambling_Rector-cP-30_37-pId-440.html


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosenfoto.de/Rosen_jpgs/R/RamblingRector.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosentreff.de/garten/lieblinge.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosentreff.de/garten/rosen/ramblingrector.jpg


(E?)(L?) http://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/rosen/sorten/kletterrosen.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/rosen/sorten/rose.php/Kletterrosen%20und%20Rambler/Rambling%20Rector/


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Rambling Rector England 1910 Kletterrose, Rambler weiß einmalblühend fruchtig duftend, zahlreiche kleine Hagebutten.

"Rambling" heißt übersetzt "wuchernd", "wandernd", was auf die Ausbreitungsfreudigkeit dieser Rose hinweist. "Rektor" (lat. "rector" = "Leiter") ist die Bezeichnung für ein kirchliches oder akademisches Leitungsamt - also ein "wandernder Rektor"? Ramble heißt aber auch auch schwadronieren im Sinne von verbaler Ausbreitung, also auch der "schwafelnde, unnützes Zeug redende Rektor"? Manche Rosennamen sind echt lustig.


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Abutilon - 'Bloomsbury Rose' - 'Eric Rose' | Acer - palmatum 'Abigail Rose' | Achillea - millefolium 'Oertels Rose' - 'Rose Madder' | x Achimenantha - menantha 'Rose Bouquet' | Achimenes - 'Cameo Rose' - 'Old Rose Pink' | Adenium - obesum | Adonis - annua | Aeonium - arboreum - canariense | Aethionema - 'Warley Rose' | Agastache - cana 'Cinnabar Rose' - mexicana 'Rose Beauty' | Alcea - rosea Chater's Double Group pink - rosea double rose | Allium - canadense | Alstroemeria - 'Solent Rose' | Anagallis - arvensis | Andromeda - polifolia | Anemone - hybrida 'Margarete' misapplied see Anemone hybrida 'Montrose' - hybrida 'Montrose' - tomentosa 'Rose Beauty' | Antigonon - leptopus | Antirrhinum - Chandelier Rose Pink = 'Yarob' | Aptenia - cordifolia | Aquilegia - 'Burnished Rose' - flabellata 'Cameo Rose and White' - flabellata 'Cameo Rose' - 'Rose Queen' - 'Rose Red' - vulgaris var. flore-pleno 'Dorothy Rose' - vulgaris var. flore-pleno 'Frilly Dilly Rose' - vulgaris 'Pom Pom Rose' - vulgaris var. stellata 'Rose Barlow' | Arabis - arendsii 'Rose Frost' | Arctotis - hybrida 'China Rose' | Argyranthemum - Blushing Rose = 'Supaellie' - frutescens Blazer Rose = 'Supaglow' | Argyreia - nervosa | Armeria - juniperifolia rose-flowered - maritima | Aster - novae-angliae - novae-angliae 'Rose Williams' - novi-belgii 'Autumn Rose' - novi-belgii 'Margaret Rose' - novi-belgii 'Rose Bonnet' - novi-belgii 'Rose Bouquet' | Aubrieta - 'Rose Queen' - 'Royal Rose' | Begonia - 'Bouton de Rose' - 'Illumination Rose' - 'Plum Rose' - 'Pretty Rose' - 'Tea Rose' | Bellis - perennis 'Rusher Rose' | Berberis - thunbergii f. atropurpurea 'Rose Glow' | Bletilla - Penway Rose g. | Boronia - serrulata | Bougainvillea - 'Rose Parme' | x Brigandra - rigandra calliantha 'Tinney's Rose' | Caladium - 'Symphonie Rose' | Calathea - roseopicta | Callirhoe - involucrata | Calluna - vulgaris 'Highland Rose' - vulgaris 'Old Rose' - vulgaris 'Silver Rose' | Camellia - japonica 'Double Rose' - japonica 'Margaret Rose' - japonica 'Preston Rose' - japonica 'Red Red Rose' - japonica 'Rose Dawn' - williamsii 'Empire Rose' - williamsii 'Rose Court' - williamsii 'Rose Parade' - williamsii 'Rose Quartz' | Canna - 'Rose Futurity' - 'Tropical Rose' + | Canna - 'Tropical Rose' red | Catharanthus - roseus | Ceanothus - pallidus 'Perle Rose' | Chrysanthemum - 'Delta Rose' - 'Fairy Rose' - 'Fairy Rose' - 'Gompie Rose' - 'June Rose' - 'Purple Chempak Rose' - 'Red Chempak Rose' - 'Rose Broadway Mandy' - 'Rose Enbee Wedding' - 'Rose Mayford Perfection' - 'Rose Patricia Millar' - 'Rose Payton Lady' - Rose Pink Debonair = 'Rosepink Yodebo' - 'Spartan Rose' - 'Tapestry Rose' | Cirsium - japonicum 'Early Rose Beauty' - japonicum 'Rose Beauty' | Cistus - last listed in 2003 - albidus - argenteus 'Peggy Sammons' - argenteus Dans. 'Silver Pink' ambig. - crispatus 'Warley Rose' - crispus L. - cyprius var. ellipticus 'Elma' - dansereaui 'Decumbens' - 'Grayswood Pink' - laurifolius - monspeliensis - pulverulentus 'Sunset' - purpureus - 'Snow Fire' | Clematis - 'Etoile Rose' - ochotensis 'Carmen Rose' - 'Pagoda' - 'Pearl Rose' | Clematis - 'Rose Supreme' - viticella 'Flore Pleno' - 'Warwickshire Rose' | Cornus - kousa 'Autumn Rose' - kousa 'Radiant Rose' | Coronilla - varia | Cotoneaster | including plants of known wild origin - microphyllus Wall. ex Lindl. | | Crocosmia - crocosmiiflora 'Rose Queen' | Crocus - sativus | Cynoglossum - amabile f. roseum 'Mystery Rose' - officinale | Dahlia - 'Caer Urfa' - 'Decorette Rose' - 'Diamond Rose' - 'Hamari Rosé' - 'Miss Rose Fletcher' - 'Rose Cupid' | Dahlia - 'Rose Jupiter' - 'Rose Tendre' - 'Rothesay Rose' | Daphne - cneorum 'Rose Glow' - hendersonii 'Blackthorn Rose' | | Deutzia - hybrida 'Mont Rose' - hybrida 'Perle Rose' | Dianthus - 'Barleyfield Rose' - 'Farnham Rose' - 'Firecrest Rose' - 'Fragrant Rose' - 'Oakington' - 'Oakwood Rose Parker' - pavonius - 'Rose de Mai' - 'Rose Joy' | Dianthus - 'Rose Monica Wyatt' - 'Rose Perfection' - superbus 'Rose' - 'Whatfield Rose' | Dodecatheon - meadia 'Purple Rose' | Echeveria - elegans | Echinacea - purpurea 'Primadonna Deep Rose' | Epimedium - grandiflorum 'Crimson Beauty' - grandiflorum 'Rose Queen' | Erica - carnea 'Pirbright Rose' - cinerea 'Hardwick's Rose' - cinerea 'Old Rose' - cinerea 'Rose Queen' - spiculifolia 'Balkan Rose' - stuartii 'Irish Rose' | Erigeron - 'Rose Jewel' | Erythronium - dens-canis 'Rose Queen' - revolutum 'Rose Beauty' | Escallonia - 'Donard Rose' | Eucalyptus - grandis | Fallopia - japonica var. compacta f. rosea | Fraxinus - americana 'Rosehill' | Fuchsia - 'Coral Rose' - 'Dawn Fantasia' - 'Deben Rose' - 'Dusky Rose' - 'English Rose' - 'Gordon's China Rose' - 'Margaret Rose' - 'Mexicali Rose' Machado - 'Minirose' - 'Pee Wee Rose' - 'Rambling Rose' - 'Romany Rose' - 'Rose Aylett' - 'Rose Bradwardine' - 'Rose Churchill' - 'Rose Fantasia' | Fuchsia - 'Rose Lace' - 'Rose Marie' - 'Rose of Castile' - 'Rose of Castile Improved' - 'Rose of Denmark' - 'Rose Reverie' - 'Rose Winston' - 'Rosecroft Beauty' - 'Star Rose' - 'Sylvia Rose' | Gazania - 'Kiss Rose' | Geum - rivale 'Deep Rose' | Gladiolus - 'Antique Rose' - 'Jeannie Rose' - 'Lavender Rose' - 'Princess Margaret Rose' - 'Rose Elf' | Gypsophila - repens 'Letchworth Rose' - repens 'Rose Fountain' | x Halimiocistus - iocistus sahucii - iocistus wintonensis | Halimium - lasianthum - 'Susan' | Hebe - 'Trenchant Rose' | Hedera - helix 'Olive Rose' | Helianthemum - 'Amy Baring' - apenninum - canum - 'Ellen' - 'Fire Dragon' - 'Henfield Brilliant' - 'Jubilee' | Helianthemum - 'Linton Rose' - 'Mrs C.W. Earle' - oelandicum subsp. alpestre - 'Rhodanthe Carneum' - 'Rosakönigin' - 'Rose of Leeswood' - 'The Bride' - 'Watergate Rose' - | Hemerocallis - 'Antique Rose' - 'Jedi Rose Frost' - 'My Sweet Rose' - 'Neon Rose' - 'Neyron Rose' | Hemerocallis - 'Ricky Rose' - 'Romantic Rose' - 'Rose Emily' - 'Rose Festival' - 'Rose Fever' - 'Rose Roland' - 'Rose Talisman' - 'Siloam Rose Dawn' - 'Siloam Rose Queen' - 'Tootsie Rose' - 'Velvet Rose' | Heuchera - 'Smokey Rose' | Hibiscus - coccineus - militaris - moscheutos - mutabilis - rosa-sinensis - rosa-sinensis 'Cooperi' - syriacus - syriacus 'Bredon Springs' | Hibiscus - syriacus 'Hamabo' - syriacus 'Lenny' - syriacus 'Meehanii' - syriacus 'Oiseau Bleu' - syriacus 'Red Heart' - syriacus White Chiffon = 'Notwoodtwo' - syriacus 'William R. Smith' - syriacus 'Woodbridge' | Hippeastrum - 'San Antonio Rose' | Hyacinthoides - hispanica 'Rose' | Hyacinthus - orientalis 'Mulberry Rose' | Hypericum - calycinum - perforatum | Impatiens - 'Diamond Rose' - walleriana 'Burgundy Rose' - walleriana 'Sparkler Rose' | Iris - 'Adobe Rose' - 'Broadleigh Rose' | Iris - 'Camelot Rose' - 'Carolyn Rose' - 'Cimarron Rose' - ensata 'Rose Queen' - 'French Rose' - innominata rose - 'La Vie en Rose' - 'Lively Rose' - 'Mulberry Rose' - 'Rancho Rose' - 'Rose Violet' - sibirica 'Sparkling Rosé' - 'Windsor Rose' | Isopogon - dubius | Ixia - 'Rose Emperor' | Jovibarba - heuffelii 'Mont Rose' - heuffelii 'Red Rose' | Kerria - japonica 'Golden Guinea' - japonica 'Pleniflora' | Knautia - arvensis | Lantana - camara 'Feston Rose' | Lathyrus - latifolius 'Rose Queen' | Lewisia - cotyledon 'Rose Splendour' | Lilium - candidum - 'Rosefire' | Lobelia - cardinalis 'Rose Beacon' - 'Fan Orchidrosa' - 'Fan Zinnoberrosa' | Lychnis - chalcedonica - coronaria - coronaria 'Alba' - walkeri 'Abbotswood Rose' | Lythrum - salicaria - salicaria 'Rose' - virgatum 'Rose Queen' | Magnolia - stellata 'King Rose' | Malus - domestica 'Api Rose' | Medinilla - magnifica | Merremia - tuberosa | Mimulus - bifidus 'Verity Rose' - 'Highland Pink Rose' - 'Old Rose' | Monarda - didyma | Musa - acuminata 'Rose' | Narcissus - 'California Rose' - 'Desert Rose' - 'Fragrant Rose' - 'Little Rosie' - 'Numen Rose' - pseudonarcissus - 'Ribald' - 'Rose Gold' - 'Rose of May' - 'Rose Royale' | Narcissus - 'Rose Umber' - 'Ruby Rose' - 'Tara Rose' - 'Tyrian Rose' - 'Verran Rose' | Nemesia - Aromatica Rose Pink = 'Balarropi' - 'Rose Wings' | Nerine - 'Rose Camellia' - 'Rose Godman' | Nerium - oleander - oleander 'Mont Rose' - oleander 'Rose des Borrels' - oleander 'Rose des Vents' | Nymphaea - 'Perry's Rich Rose' - 'Perry's Super Rose' - 'Perry's Vivid Rose' - 'Rose Arey' - 'Rose Magnolia' | Ozothamnus - 'Rose Dazzler' | Paeonia - lactiflora 'June Rose' | Paeonia - lactiflora 'Kelway's Scented Rose' - lactiflora 'Rose of Delight' - lactiflora 'White Rose of Sharon' - officinalis - officinalis 'China Rose' - 'Red Red Rose' - 'Rose Garland' | Papaver - nudicaule 'Wonderland Rose' - orientale 'Glowing Rose' - orientale 'Hewitt's Old Rose' - orientale 'Rose Queen' - rhoeas | Peganum - harmala | Pelargonium - 'Americana Deep Rose' - 'Camphor Rose' - capitatum - 'Crowfoot Rose' - 'Decora Rose' - 'Dusty Rose' - 'Eden Rose' | Pelargonium - 'Gemma Rose' - graveolens - 'Hazel Rose' - 'Hederinum' - 'Hindoo Rose' - - 'Laced Mini Rose Cascade' - 'Mexically Rose' - 'Millfield Rose' - 'Monkwood Rose' - 'Old Rose' - 'Peppermint Scented Rose' - 'Phil Rose' - 'Philomel Rose' - 'Pixie Rose' - 'Quantock Rose' - 'Rober's Lemon Rose' - 'Rose Bengal' - 'Rose Crystal' | Pelargonium - Rose Evka = 'Penevro' - 'Rose Irene' - 'Rose Jewel' - 'Rose of Amsterdam' - 'Rose Paton's Unique' - 'Rose Rambler' - 'Rose Silver Cascade' - 'Rose Slam' - 'Rose Startel' - 'Rose Unique' - 'Rose's Orange' - 'Rosmaroy' - 'Round Leaf Rose' - 'Seale Rose Pink' - 'Shrubland Rose' - 'Silver Leaf Rose' - 'Stellar Pixie Rose' - 'Summer Rose Lilac' - 'Super Rose' | Pennisetum - orientale 'Karley Rose' | Penstemon - hartwegii 'Tubular Bells Rose' - 'Pensham Tiger Belle Rose' - 'Rosy Blush' - rupicola 'Conwy Rose' | Persicaria - amplexicaulis 'Rowden Rose Quartz' | Petunia - Surfinia Rose Pink = 'Sunrospi' - Surfinia Rose Vein = 'Sunrove' | Phlox - douglasii 'Rose Cushion' - douglasii 'Rose Queen' - douglasii 'Silver Rose' - paniculata 'Hogg Rose' - paniculata 'Zurstock Rose' - subulata 'Rose Mabel' | Physostegia - virginiana 'Grandiflora Rose' - virginiana 'Rose Queen' - virginiana var. speciosa 'Bouquet Rose' | Pieris - japonica 'Bonfire' - japonica 'Valley Rose' | Plantago - lanceolata 'Burren Rose' - major 'Rosularis' | Platycodon - grandiflorus 'Florist Rose' | Pleione - Surtsey g. 'Stephanie Rose' | Portulaca - grandiflora | Primula - 'April Rose' - auricula 'Rose Conjou' - auricula 'Rose Kaye' - Barnhaven hybrids - denticulata rose - 'Fairy Rose' KRW 180/48 - Old Rose Victorians Group - 'Rose O'Day' - 'Rowallane Rose' | Protea - nana | Ranunculus - acris | Rhodiola - rhodantha | Rhodiola - rosea | Rhododendron - 'Anna Rose Whitney' - 'April Rose' - 'Charming Rose' - cinnabarinum subsp. cinnabarinum 'Vin Rosé' - 'Dartmoor Rose' - 'Denny's Rose' - Diamant Group pink - ferrugineum - 'Fred Rose' - 'Guelder Rose' - 'Kermesinum Rosé' - racemosum 'Rock Rose' ex R 11265 | including plants of known wild origin - Rêve Rose Group - 'Rose Bud' - 'Rose de Flandre' - 'Rose Elf' - 'Rose Glow' - 'Rose Gown' - 'Rose Greeley' | Rhododendron - 'Rose Haze' - 'Rose Ruffles' - 'Rose Torch' - 'Rosebud' - 'Shantung Rose' - 'Shintoki-no-hagasane' - 'Spring Rose' - 'Vintage Rosé' - 'Whisperingrose' - 'Wilbrit Rose' | Rhodohypoxis - 'Margaret Rose' | x Rhodoxis - Rhodoxis 'Aurora' | Ribes - rubrum 'Hollande Rose' | Robinia - hispida | Rosa | including plants of known wild origin - Abbeyfield Rose = 'Cocbrose' - 'Adélaïde d'Orléans' - 'Agnes' - alba - alba 'Alba Maxima' | Rosa - alba 'Alba Semiplena' - 'Albéric Barbier' - 'Albertine' - Alexander = 'Harlex' - 'Aloha' - Altissimo = 'Delmur' - Amber Queen = 'Harroony' - Ambridge Rose = 'Auswonder' - Anisley Dickson = 'Dickimono' - Anna Ford = 'Harpiccolo' - Anna Livia = 'Kormetter' - 'Arthur Bell' - arvensis - Avon = 'Poulmulti' - | Rosa - 'Belle de Crécy' - Berkshire = 'Korpinka' - 'Blairii Number Two' - 'Blanche Double de Coubert' - blanda - 'Blessings' - 'Bleu Magenta' - 'Bobbie James' - 'Browsholme Rose' - brunonii | including plants of known wild origin - 'Buff Beauty' - 'Burgundiaca' - caesia subsp. glauca - 'Camélia Rose' - Candy Rose = 'Meiranovi' - canina - 'Cantabrigiensis' - 'Capitaine John Ingram' | Rosa - 'Cardinal de Richelieu' - carolina - Caroline Clarke = 'Horbondarc' - 'Cécile Brünner' - Centenary = 'Koreledas' - - 'Cerise Bouquet' - 'Charles de Mills' - Charlie's Rose = 'Tanellepa' - Charlotte = 'Auspoly' - Cheshire = 'Korkonopi' - 'Chinatown' - chinensis Jacq. | Rosa - chinensis 'Angel Rose' - Cider Cup = 'Dicladida' - Claire Rose = 'Auslight' - 'Climbing Arthur Bell' - 'Climbing Cécile Brünner' - 'Climbing Etoile de Hollande' - 'Climbing Iceberg' - 'Climbing Mrs Sam McGredy' - 'Climbing Shot Silk' - Colwyn Bay - 'Complicata' - 'Cooperi' - 'Cornelia' - Cottage Rose = 'Ausglisten' - 'Cramoisi Picotée' - 'Crimson Rambler' - 'Crimson Shower' | Rosa - Crocus Rose = 'Ausquest' - damascena var. semperflorens - damascena var. versicolor - 'Danse du Feu' - Dawn Chorus = 'Dicquasar' - 'De Rescht' - 'Deep Secret' - 'Du Maître d'Ecole' - Dublin Bay = 'Macdub' - 'Duc de Guiche' - 'Duchesse de Buccleugh' - 'Duchesse de Montebello' - 'Dupontii' - 'Easlea's Golden Rambler' - 'Eden Rose' - Eden Rose '88 = 'Meiviolin' - Eglantyne = 'Ausmak' - elegantula 'Persetosa' - | Rosa - England's Rose = 'Ausrace' - 'English Miss' - Escapade = 'Harpade' - Evelyn = 'Aussaucer' - Fascination = 'Poulmax' - fedtschenkoana hort. - 'Felicia' - 'Félicité Parmentier' - 'Félicité Perpétue' - Fellowship = 'Harwelcome' - 'Ferdinand Pichard' - - Flower Carpet White = 'Noaschnee' - foetida - foetida 'Bicolor' - foetida 'Persiana' - foliolosa - 'Fragrant Delight' - 'Francis E. Lester' | Rosa - 'François Juranville' - 'Fred Loads' - Freedom = 'Dicjem' - Friend for Life = 'Cocnanne' - 'Fritz Nobis' - 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup' - gallica 'Versicolor' - glauca Pourr. - 'Gloire de Dijon' - Golden Celebration = 'Ausgold' - 'Golden Showers' - 'Golden Wings' - Gordon's College = 'Cocjabby' | Rosa - Grouse = 'Korimro' - 'Hakuun' - Handel = 'Macha' - 'Hazel Rose' - hemisphaerica - Hertfordshire = 'Kortenay' - hibernica - High Hopes = 'Haryup' - Ice Cream = 'Korzuri' - Iceberg = 'Korbin' - Indian Summer = 'Peaperfume' - Ingrid Bergman = 'Poulman' - 'Ispahan' - Jacqueline du Pré = 'Harwanna' - Jenny's Rose = 'Cansit' - Jill's Rose = 'Ganjil' - 'Julia's Rose' - 'Just Joey' - Kathleen's Rose = 'Kirkitt' - Kent = 'Poulcov' | Rosa - Kitty = 'Beaarty' - L.D. Braithwaite = 'Auscrim' - 'Lady Penzance' - Lady Rose = 'Korlady' - laevigata - L'Aimant = 'Harzola' - Lancashire = 'Korstesgli' - Laura Ford = 'Chewarvel' - 'Lavender Lassie' - Lawinia = 'Tanklewi' - 'Leveson-Gower' - Lilac Rose = 'Auslilac' - Little Bo-peep = 'Poullen' - Lovely Lady = 'Dicjubell' - Loving Memory = 'Korgund' - luciae | Rosa - 'Lyon Rose' - macrophylla 'Master Hugh' | including plants of known wild origin - 'Madame Alfred Carrière' - 'Madame Grégoire Staechelin' - 'Madame Hardy' - 'Madame Knorr' - Magic Carpet = 'Jaclover' - 'Maiden's Blush' Hort. - 'Maigold' - majalis - Many Happy Returns = 'Harwanted' - 'Marchesa Boccella' - Margaret Merril = 'Harkuly' - 'Margaret's Variegated Rose' - 'Marguerite Hilling' - Marjorie Fair = 'Harhero' - Marry Me = 'Dicwonder' - Matangi = 'Macman' | Rosa - Memento = 'Dicbar' - 'Mermaid' - 'Mevrouw Nathalie Nypels' - Molineux = 'Ausmol' - mollis - 'Morning Jewel' - moschata - Mountbatten = 'Harmantelle' - mulliganii - - 'Nevada' - 'New Dawn' - 'Nozomi' - 'Nuits de Young' - nutkana - nutkana 'Plena' - odorata - odorata 'Mutabilis' | Rosa - odorata old crimson China - odorata 'Pallida' - odorata 'Viridiflora' - Ohshima Rose = 'Cochunter' - Open Arms = 'Chewpixcel' - Oxfordshire = 'Korfullwind' - 'Parade' - Pat Austin = 'Ausmum' - Paul Shirville = 'Harqueterwife' - 'Paul Transon' - - pendulina - Penny Lane = 'Hardwell' - 'Perle d'Or' - persica - 'Petite de Hollande' - 'Phyllis Bide' - pimpinellifolia | Rosa - pimpinellifolia 'Andrewsii' - pimpinellifolia 'Dunwich Rose' - Pink Flower Carpet = 'Noatraum' - pisocarpa - 'Pixie Rose' - Playgroup Rose = 'Horsun' - 'Portlandica' - 'Président de Sèze' - Pretty Lady = 'Scrivo' - Pretty Polly = 'Meitonje' - primula - - 'Prosperity' - Queen Mother = 'Korquemu' - 'Red Blanket = 'Intercell' - Red Eden Rose = 'Meidrason' - Remember Me = 'Cocdestin' - Remembrance = 'Harxampton' | Rosa - richardii - Rose 2000 = 'Cocquetrum' - 'Rose à Parfum de l'Ha¾' - 'Rose Ball' - 'Rose d'Amour' - 'Rose d'Hivers' - - 'Rose du Roi' - 'Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourpres' - 'Rose Edouard' - Rose Gaujard = 'Gaumo' - 'Rose Hannes' - 'Rose of Yunnan' - Rose Pearl = 'Korterschi' - Rose-Marie = 'Ausome' - 'Rose-Marie Viaud' - 'Rosemary Rose' - 'Roseraie de l'Ha¾' - Rosy Cushion = 'Interall' | Rosa - Roxburghe Rose = 'Cocember' - roxburghii - Royal Brompton Rose = 'Meivildo' - Royal William = 'Korzaun' Saint Dunstan's Rose = 'Kirshru' - Saint Edmunds Rose - 'Sally Holmes' - Sally's Rose = 'Canrem' - 'Sander's White Rambler' - Savoy Hotel = 'Harvintage' - 'Scabrosa' - Scepter'd Isle = 'Ausland' - 'Scharlachglut' - 'Seagull' - sempervirens - sericea | Rosa - setigera - Sexy Rexy = 'Macrexy' - Shine On = 'Dictalent' - Silver Anniversary = 'Poulari' - 'Sissinghurst Castle' - Sophy's Rose = 'Auslot' - 'Southampton' - stellata - stellata var. mirifica - Summer Wine = 'Korizont' - Super Elfin = 'Helkleger' - 'Surpassing Beauty of Woolverstone' - Surrey = 'Korlanum' - Swany = 'Meiburenac' - Sweet Magic = 'Dicmagic' - Tall Story = 'Dickooky' - Tequila Sunrise = 'Dicobey' | Rosa - The Alexandra Rose = 'Ausday' - The Care Rose = 'Horapsunmolbabe' - The Children's Rose = 'Meilivar' - The Compass Rose = 'Korwisco' - The Didgemere Rose = 'Fertry' - 'The Ednaston Rose' - 'The Fairy' - 'The Garland' - The Gold Award Rose = 'Poulac008' - The Halcyon Days Rose = 'Korparesni' - The Jubilee Rose = 'Poulbrido' - The Lady = 'Fryjingo' - The Maidstone Rose = 'Kordauerpa' - The McCartney Rose = 'Meizeli' - 'The Royal Society of Organists' Rose' - The Seckford Rose = 'Korpinrob' - The Soroptimist Rose = 'Benstar' - The Times Rose = 'Korpeahn' - The Valois Rose = 'Kordadel' | Rosa - tomentosa - Toprose = 'Cocgold' - Tradition '95 = 'Korkeltin' - Troika = 'Poumidor' - Trumpeter = 'Mactru' - 'Tuscany Superb' - Valencia = 'Koreklia' - - 'Veilchenblau' - villosa L. - virginiana - Warm Welcome = 'Chewizz' - Warm Wishes = 'Fryxotic' - 'Wedding Day' - Westerland = 'Korwest' - White Cloud = 'Korstacha' - 'White de Meaux' - White Gold = 'Cocquiriam' - 'White Pet' - wichurana | Rosa - 'William Lobb' - Wiltshire = 'Kormuse' - woodsii - xanthina 'Canary Bird' - xanthina f. hugonis - 'Yvonne Rabier' - 'Zéphirine Drouhin' | Rosmarinus - officinalis | Rubus - rosifolius - rosifolius 'Coronarius' - spectabilis | Salvia - nemorosa 'Rose Queen' - pachyphylla - sylvestris 'Rose Queen' - 'Trelawney' | | Sedum - 'Rose Carpet' - 'Rose Clair' - spurium 'Roseum' | Selaginella - lepidophylla | Sempervivum - 'Missouri Rose' - 'Old Rose' - 'Plumb Rose' - 'Rose Queen' - 'Rose Splendour' - 'Skrocki's Purple Rose' | Sidalcea - 'Moorland Rose Coronet' - 'Rose Bouquet' - 'Rose Bud' - 'Rose Queen' | Sinningia - 'Diego Rose' | Solenostemon - 'Rose Blush' | Sorbus - 'Rose Queen' | Sparrmannia - africana | Streptocarpus - 'Rose Gower' | Streptopus - roseus | Syzygium - jambos | Tabernaemontana - divaricata | Tanacetum - coccineum 'King Size' - coccineum 'Robinson's Rose' | Telopea - speciosissima | Teucrium - chamaedrys 'Rose' - chamaedrys 'Rose Carpet' | Thymus - serpyllum 'Conwy Rose' - vulgaris 'Saint Chinian Rose' | Tiarella - 'April Rose' | Tsuga - canadensis 'Betty Rose' | Tuberaria - guttata | Tulipa - 'Duc van Tol Rose' - 'Princess Margaret Rose' - 'Rose Emperor' | Turnera - ulmifolia | Verbascum - 'Ellenbank Rose' - hybridum 'Copper Rose' | Verbena - Aztec Rose Pink - 'Batesville Rose' - canadensis - 'Splash Deep Rose' - 'Splash Light Rose' - 'Splash Rose' - Temari Patio Rose = 'Sunvivaro' | Veronica - longifolia 'Rose Tone' | Viburnum - opulus - opulus 'Compactum' - opulus 'Nanum' - opulus 'Notcutt's Variety' - opulus 'Roseum' - opulus 'Xanthocarpum' | | Zantedeschia - rose-flowered | Zephyranthes - 'La Buffa Rose'

Erstellt: 2005-02

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The Royal National Rose Society is the world's oldest (founded in 1876) specialist plant society with a flourishing world wide membership. Our aim is to encourage, improve and extend the science, art and practice of rose growing.
We help fund the development and promotion of the rose, and play a vital role in conserving its heritage.
We maintain the world famous Gardens of the Rose in St Albans which is currently closed for major redevelopment and hold regular amateur competitions and shows throughout the country.

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Roger's Roses
Encyclopaedia of rose pictures

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Draweil' | 'Abailard' | 'Abbé Bramerel' | 'Abel Grant' | Abelia the genus | Abelia chinensis | Abelia schumanni | Abelia triflora | Abelia umbellata | Abelia x grandiflora | Abeliophyllum the genus | Abeliophyllum distichum | 'Abelzieds' | Abies the genus | Abies alba | Abies amabilis | Abies balsamea forma hudsonia | Abies bracteata | Abies cephalonica | Abies concolor | Abies concolor 'Compacta' | Abies concolor var. lowiana | Abies delavayi var. georgii | Abies fabri | Abies firma | Abies forrestii | Abies grandis | Abies homolepis | Abies koreana | Abies Koreana 'Piccolo' | Abies lasiocarpa | Abies lasiocarpa 'Compacta' | Abies magnifica | Abies nordmanniana | Abies numidica | Abies pinsapo | Abies pinsapo 'Kimacurragh' | Abies procera | Abies 'Spreading Star' | Abies veitchii | Abortiporus biennis | | 'Abraham Zimmermann' | 'Abricotée' | Abutilon the genus | Abutilon 'Apricot' | Abutilon 'Boule de Neige' | Abutilon 'Canary Bird' | Abutilon 'Cerise Queen' | Abutilon 'Cynthia Pike' | Abutilon 'Daffy' | Abutilon 'Golden Fleece' | Abutilon 'Hinton Seedling' | Abutilon 'Louis Marignac' | Abutilon molle | Abutilon 'Nabob' | Abutilon ochsenii | Abutilon 'Silver Belle' | Abutilon venosum | Abutilon vitifolium | Abutilon vitifolium 'Tennant's White' | Abutilon vitifolium 'Veronica Tennant' | Abutilon x milleri | Abutilon x suntense | Abutilon x suntense 'Gorer's White' | Abutilon x suntense 'Jermyns' | Abutilon x suntense 'Ralph Gould' | Acacia the genus | Acacia 'Exeter Hybrid' | Acacia baileyana | Acacia berlandieri | Acacia calamifolia | Acacia cyanophylla | Acacia cyperophylla | Acacia dealbata | Acacia dealbata 'Kambah Karpet' | Acacia dealbata var. subalpina | Acacia fimbriata | Acacia glaucoptera | Acacia iteaphylla | Acacia karroo | Acacia longifolia | Acacia mearnsii | Acacia melanoxylon | Acacia paradoxa | Acacia pendula | Acacia pravissima | Acacia pravissima 'Golden Carpet' | Acacia retinodes | Acacia salicina | Acacia saligna | Acacia trigonophylla | Acacia verticillata | Acacia vestita | Acalypha godseffiana 'Barbados Green' | Acalypha wilkesiana 'Macafeeana' | Acalypha wilkesiana 'Macrophylla' | Acalypha wilkesiana 'Marginata' | Acalypha wilkesiana 'Musaica' | Acanthus the genus | Acanthus sennii | 'Acapella' | Acca the genus | Acca sellowiana | Acer the genus | Acer buergerianum | Acer campestre | Acer campestre 'Pulverulentum' | Acer capillipes | Acer cappadocicum | Acer cappadocicum 'Aureum | Acer carpinifolium | Acer circinatum | Acer cissifolium | Acer 'Corallinum' | Acer crataegifolium | Acer davidii | Acer davidii subsp. grosseri var. hersii | Acer distylum | Acer erianthum | Acer forrestii | Acer ginnala | Acer glabrum | Acer grandidentatum | Acer griseum | Acer heldreiehii | Acer henrii | Acer hyrcanum | Acer japonicum | Acer japonicum cv. 'Vitifolium' | Acer japonicum lobelii | Acer japonieum cv. 'Aconitifolium' | Acer leucoderme | Acer macrophyllum | Acer mandschuricum | Acer maximowiczii | Acer micranthum | Acer miyabei | Acer monspessulanum | Acer morifolium | Acer negundo | Acer negundo 'Flamingo' | Acer negundo 'Variegatum' | Acer nigrum | Acer opalus | Acer palmatum | Acer palmatum 'Akegarasu' | Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum' | Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum Dissectum' | Acer palmatum 'Azuma murasaki' | Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood' | Acer palmatum 'Burgundy Lace' | Acer palmatum 'Dissectum' | Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Brocade' | Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Nigrum' | Acer palmatum 'Eddisbury' | Acer palmatum f. linearilobum | Acer palmatum 'Filigree' | Acer palmatum 'Heptalobum' | Acer palmatum 'Heptalobum Elegans' | Acer palmatum 'Higasayama' | Acer palmatum 'Hogyoku' | Acer palmatum 'Kagiri nishiki' | Acer palmatum 'Karasugawa' | Acer palmatum 'Katsura' | Acer palmatum 'Maimori' | Acer palmatum 'Matsumarae' | Acer palmatum 'Matsuyoi' | Acer palmatum 'Mikawa yatsubusa' | Acer palmatum 'Nicholsonii' | Acer palmatum 'Omureyama' | Acer palmatum 'Oshio beni' | Acer palmatum 'Oshu shidare' | Acer palmatum 'Ozakazuki' | Acer palmatum 'Sangokaku' | Acer palmatum 'Semi no hane' | Acer palmatum 'Shigurezome' | Acer palmatum 'Shindeshojo' | Acer palmatum 'Shishigashira' | Acer palmatum ssp. amoenum | Acer palmatum 'Takinogawa' | Acer palmatum 'The Bishop' | Acer palmatum 'Trompenburg' | Acer palmatum 'Tsukomo' | Acer palmatum var. heptalobum | Acer palmatum 'Yasemin' | Acer palmatum 'Yezo nishiki' | Acer palmatum 'Yubae' | Acer palmatum 'Yugure' | Acer paxii | Acer pensylvanicum | Acer pentaphyllum | Acer platanoides | Acer platanoides 'Crimson King' | Acer platanoides 'Drummondii' | Acer platanoides 'Faassen's Black' | Acer platanoides 'Globosum' | Acer platanoides 'Goldsworth Purple' | Acer platanoides 'Maculatum' | Acer platanoides 'Schwedleri' | Acer pseudoplatanus | Acer pseudoplatanus 'Atropurpureum' | Acer pseudoplatanus 'Brilliantissimum | Acer pseudoplatinus 'Aureum' | Acer pseudosieboldianum | Acer pycanthum | Acer rubrum | Acer rubrum 'October Glory' | Acer rubrum var. pallidiflorum | Acer rufinerve | Acer saccharinum | Acer saccharinum var. laciniatum | Acer saccharum | Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum' | Acer spicatum | Acer sterculiaceum | Acer tataricum | Acer truncatum 'Variegatum' | Acer velutinum | Acer velutinum var. vanvolxemii | Acer x corriaceum | Acer x zoeschense | 'Acey Deucy' | 'Achille Cesbron' | 'Achille Gonod' | Acia uda | Aciphylla squarosa | Acmena smithii | Acokanthera oblongifolia | Acokanthera oppositifolia | Acradenia the genus | Acradenia frankliniae | 'Acropolis' | Actinidia the genus | Actinidia chinensis | Actinidia coriacea | Actinidia kolomikta | Actinodaphne lancifolia | Actinotus helianthi | 'Ada Perry' | 'Adagio' | 'Adair Roche' | 'Adam' | 'Adam Messerich' | 'Adam Rackles' | 'Adam's Smile' | 'Addo Heritage' | 'Adélaide d'Orléans' | 'Adelaide Hoodless' | 'Adèle' | 'Adèle Courtois' | 'Adèle Heu' | 'Adèle Prévost' | Adenandra uniflora | Adenium obesum | Adenocarpus complicatus | Adenocarpus foliolosus | 'Admiral Rodney' | | 'Adriana' | 'Adrien Schmitt' | 'Adrienne de Cardoville' | 'Aebleblomst' | 'Aelita' | Aeonium the genus | Aeonium arboreum 'Atropurpureum' | Aeonium holochrysum | Aeonium urbicum | Afrocarpus gracilior | Afrocatus falcatus | Agapetes the genus | Agapetes 'Ludgvan Cross' | Agapetes buxifolia | Agapetes incurvata var. hookeri | Agapetes incurvata var. incurvata | Agapetes moorei | Agapetes obovata | Agapetes serpens | Agapetes variegata var. macrantha | 'Agar' | Agaricus abruptibulbus | Agaricus altipes | Agaricus andrewii | Agaricus arvensis | Agaricus augustus | Agaricus bernardii | Agaricus bisporus | Agaricus bitorquis | Agaricus bohusii | Agaricus bresadolianus | Agaricus campestris | Agaricus comtulus | Agaricus devoniensis | Agaricus diminutivus | Agaricus excellens | Agaricus langei | Agaricus leucotrichus | Agaricus littoralis | Agaricus macrosporus | Agaricus micromegethus | Agaricus pilatianus | Agaricus placomyces | Agaricus pocillator | Agaricus porphyrizon | Agaricus porphyrocephalus | Agaricus praeclaresquamosus | Agaricus semotus | Agaricus subrutilescens | Agaricus sylvaticus | Agaricus sylvicola | Agaricus vaporarius | Agaricus xanthodermus | 'Agatha' | 'Agathe Fatime' | 'Agathe Incarnata' | 'Agathe Incarnata' | 'Agathe Royale' | Agathis the genus | Agathis robusta | Agave the genus | Agave americana | Agave americana L. 'Mediopicta Alba' | Agave attenuata | Agave deserti | 'Agéna' | Ageratina the genus | Ageratina ligustrina | Ageratum corymbosum | 'Aglaia' | 'Agnes' | 'Agnes' | 'Agnes Barclay' | 'Agnes Glower' | 'Agnes Smith' | 'Agrippina' | Agrocybe acericola | Agrocybe cylindracea | Agrocybe dura | Agrocybe erebia | Agrocybe paludosa | Agrocybe pediades | Agrocybe praecox | Agrocybe semiorbicularis | 'Aicha' | Ailanthus the genus | Ailanthus altissima | 'Aimable Amie' | 'Aimable Rouge' | 'Aimée Vibert' | Akebia the genus | Akebia quinata | Akebia trifoliata | 'Akebono' | 'Alabama' | Alan Titchmarsh (Ausjive) | Alangium the genus | Alangium platanifolium | 'Alba Foliacea' | 'Alba Maxima' | 'Alba Meidiland' | Albatrellus caeruleoporus | Albatrellus ellisii | Albatrellus ovinus | Albatrellus peckianus | 'Alberic Barbier' | 'Albéric Barbier' | 'Albert Edwards' | 'Albert la Blotais' | Alberta | Alberta magna | 'Albertine' | Albizia the genus | Albizia julibrissin | Alboleptonia sericella | 'Alchemist' | 'Alcmaria' | 'Alden Biesen' | Alectryon subcinereus | 'Alessa' | Aleuria aurantia | 'Alexander' | 'Alexander Hill Gray' | 'Alexander Mackenzie' | 'Alexandre Girault' | 'Alexandre Girault' | 'Alexandre Laquement' | 'Alexis Lepère' | 'Alfi' | 'Alfieri' | 'Alfred Colomb' | 'Alfred de Dalmas' | 'Alfred K Williams' | 'Alice Amos' | 'Alice Hamilton' | 'Alice Hoffmann' | 'Alice Véna' | 'Alida Lovett' | 'Aline' | 'Aline Rozey' | 'Alison 2000' | 'Alison Wheatcroft' | 'Alister Clark' | 'Alister Stella Gray' | 'All That Jazz' | Allamanda the genus | Allamanda 'Cherry's Jubilee' | Allamanda blanchetii | Allamanda cathartica | 'Allen Brundrett' | 'Allen Chandler' | 'Allgold' | 'Alliance' | 'Alliance Franco-Russe' | Allocasuarina verticillata | 'Allotria' | 'Allspice' | 'Allux Symphony' | 'Almondeen' | Alnus the genus | Alnus arguta | Alnus cordata | Alnus firma | Alnus glutinosa | Alnus incana | Alnus incana 'Pendula' | Alnus maximowiczii | Alnus rubra | Alnus viridis | Alnus viridis ssp. crispa | 'Alnwick Castle' (AUSgrab) | Aloe the genus | Aloe arborescens | Aloe bainesii | Aloe dichotoma | Aloe mitriformis | Aloe plicatilis | Aloe striata | Aloe thompsoniae | Aloe variegata | 'Aloha' | 'Aloha' | 'Aloha' | Aloysia the genus | Aloysia chamaedrifolia | Aloysia triphylla | Aloysia virgata | 'Alphonse Maille' | 'Alphonse Soupert' | 'Alpine Sunset' | 'Alte Liebe' | 'Altissimo' | Alyogyne the genus | Alyogyne cuneiformis | Alyogyne hakeifolia | Alyogyne huegelii | Alyogyne huegelii 'Mood Indigo' | Alyogyne huegelii 'Santa Cruz' | 'Amadeus' | 'Amadis' | 'Amalia Jung' | 'Amanda' | 'Amanecer' | Amanita abrupta | Amanita albocreata | Amanita atkinsoniana | Amanita bisporigera | Amanita brunnescens | Amanita caesarea | Amanita calyptrata | Amanita ceciliae | Amanita citrina | Amanita cokeri | Amanita crenulata | Amanita crocea | Amanita daucipes | Amanita echinocephala | Amanita eliae | Amanita farinosa | Amanita flavoconia | Amanita flavorubescens | Amanita franchetii | Amanita frostiana | Amanita fulva | Amanita gemmata | Amanita longipes | Amanita magniverrucata | Amanita muscaria | Amanita muscaria var. alba | Amanita muscaria var. formosa | Amanita onusta | Amanita ovoidea | Amanita pantherina | Amanita pantherina var. multisquamosa | Amanita pantherina var. pantherinoides | Amanita pantherina var. velatipes | Amanita phalloides | Amanita porphyria | Amanita rhopalopus Bas f. rhopalopus | Amanita rubescens | Amanita silvicola | Amanita sinicoflava | Amanita spissa | Amanita spreta | Amanita vaginata | Amanita virosa | Amanita volvata | 'Amatsu-Otome' | 'Amaury Fonesca' | 'Amazing Grace' | 'Ambassador' | 'Amber Abundance' | 'Amber Cover' | 'Amber Light' | 'Amber Queen' | 'Ambiance' | 'Ambridge Rose' (Auswonder) | 'Ambroise Paré' | 'Amega Mia' | Amelanchier the genus | Amelanchier alnifolia | Amelanchier canadensis | Amelanchier laevis | Amelanchier lamarckii | Amelanchier ovalis | 'Amelia' | 'Amelia Earhart' | 'Amelia Earhart' | 'Amelia Fleming' | 'Amélie de Mansfield' | Amentotaxus argotaenia | 'America' | 'America' | 'American Beauty' | 'American Flagship' | 'American Pillar' | 'American Pride' | 'Amerlock' | 'Amethyst' | 'Amethyste' | 'Ami Charmet' | 'Ami Léon Chenault' | 'Ami Léon Pin' | 'Ami Martin' | 'Ami Quinard' | Amicia zygomeris | 'Amiral Gravina' | Amomyrtus luma | 'Amorosa' | Amorpha the genus | Amorpha canescens | Amorpha fruticosa | Amphitecna macrophylla | 'Amsterdam' | 'Amulet' | 'Amy Johnson' | 'Amy Johnson' | 'Amy Robsart' | 'Anacréon' | Anagyris foetida | 'Anaïs Ségalas' | 'Anaïse' | 'Anastasia' | 'Anatole de Montesquieu' | Andersonii | 'Andersonii' | 'André Leroy d'Angers' | Andromeda polifolia | 'Anemone' | Anemopaegma chamberlaynii | 'Angel Darling' | 'Angel Face' | 'Angel Guimera' | 'Angela Rippon' | 'Angele Pernet' | 'Angelica' | 'Angelina' | 'Angelita' | 'Angel's Camp Tea' | 'Angels Mateu' | 'Anisley Dickson' | Anisodontea scabrosa | Anisodontea x hypomandarum | 'Anita Charles' | 'Ann' (Ausfete) | 'Ann Aberconway' | 'Ann Endt' | 'Ann Scharsach' | 'Anna Livia' | 'Anna Pavlova' | 'Anna Scharsach' | 'Ännchen von Tharau' | 'Anne' | 'Anne Boleyn' (Ausecret) | 'Anne Boleyn' (Ausecret) | 'Anne Cocker' | 'Anne Harkness' | 'Anne Lindberg' | Anne Marie de Montravel | 'Anne Marie de Montravel' | 'Anne-Marie Cotte' | 'Anne-Mette' | 'Annie's Song' | Anthyllis hermanniae | 'Antigone' | Antigonon leptopus | 'Antigua' | 'Antike 89' | 'Antique Artisrtry' | 'Antique Rose' | 'Antique Silk' | 'Antoine Ducher' | 'Antoine Mouton' | 'Antonine d'Ormois' | | 'Apart' | Aphananthe aspera | 'Apollo' | 'Apotheker Georg Höfer' | 'Apple Blossom' | 'Applejack' | 'Apricot Glow' | 'Apricot Glow' | 'Apricot Nectar' | 'Apricot Summer' | 'Aquarelle' | 'Aquarius' | 'Arabella' | 'Arakan' | Aralia the genus | Aralia cachemirica | Aralia elata | Aralia elata 'Variegata' | Aralia spinosa | Araucaria the genus | Araucaria angustifolia | Araucaria araucana | Araucaria bidwilli | Araucaria cunninghamii | Araucaria heterophylla | Araujia the genus | Araujia sericofera | Arbutus the genus | Arbutus andrachne | Arbutus menziesii | Arbutus unedo | Arbutus unedo forma rubra | Arbutus x alepensis | Arbutus x andrachnoides | 'Archiduc Joseph' | 'Archiduchesse Elisabeth d'Autriche' | Arctostaphylos the genus | Arctostaphylos patula | Arctostaphylos pringlei var. drupacea | Arctostaphylos uva-ursi | Arctostaphylos uva-ursi var. leobreweri | 'Ardoisée de Lyon' | 'Ardon' | 'Ards Rover' | 'Ards Rover' | Argyranthemum the genus | Argyranthemum 'Chelsea Girl' | Argyranthemum 'Sugar Baby' | Argyranthemum foeniculaceum | Argyranthemum gracile | Argyranthemum maderense | Argyranthemum pinnatifidum | Argyrodendron actinophyllum | 'Arielle Dombasie' | 'Aristide Briand' | 'Aristobule' | Aristolochia the genus | Aristolochia gigantea | Aristolochia grandiflora | Aristolochia labiata | Aristolochia trilobata | Aristotelia the genus | Aristotelia chilensis | 'Arizona' | 'Arlene Francis' | 'Armada' | 'Armide' | Armillaria caligata | Armillaria fusca | Armillaria gallica | Armillaria mellea | | Armillaria straminea var. americana | Armillaria tabescens | Armillaria Zelleri | 'Aromatic' | Aronia the genus | Aronia × prunifolia 'Brilliant' | Aronia arbutifolia | Aronia melanocarpa | 'Artek' | | 'Arthur Bell' | 'Arthur de Sansal' | 'Arthur de Sansal' | 'Arthur Hillier' | 'Arthur Young' | 'Artistry' | Aschermittwoch | Ascocoryne cylichnium | Ascocoryne sarcoides | Aseroë rubra | Asimina the genus | Asimina triloba | 'Assemblage des Beautés' | 'Asta von Parpat' | Asteranthera ovata | Asterophora lycoperdoides | Asterophora parasitica | 'Astra' | 'Astra' | Astraeus hygrometricus | 'Astrid Grafia von Hardenberg' | 'Astrid Lindgren' | 'Athena' | Atherosperma the genus | Atherosperma moschatum | Athrotaxis the genus | Athrotaxis cupressoides | Athrotaxis laxifolia | Athrotaxis selaginoides | 'Atlanta' | 'Atlantic' | 'Atlantic Star' | 'Atlantida' | Atraphaxis pyrifolia | Atriplex the genus | Atriplex halimus | 'Auckland Metro' | Aucuba the genus | Aucuba chinensis subsp. omeiensis | Aucuba japonica | Aucuba japonica var. longifolia | Aucuba japonica 'Variegata' | 'Audrey Wilcox' | 'Augusta Luise' | 'Auguste Briarde' | 'Auguste Chaplain' | 'Auguste Gervais' | 'Auguste Roussel' | 'Augustine Guinoisseau' | 'Aurelia Barbieri' | 'Aurelia Liffa' | Aureoboletus cramesinus | 'Aureola' | Auricularia auricula-judae | Auricularia mesenterica | Auriscalpium vulgare | 'Aurora' | 'Ausonius' | 'Australia Felix' | Australia's Olympic Gold Rose | 'Australian Gold' | Austroboletus gracilis | Austroboletus subflavidus | Austrocedrus chilensis | 'Autumn' | 'Autumn Delight' | 'Autumn Glow' | 'Autumn Leaves' | 'Autumn Sunlight' | 'Autumn Sunset' | 'Avalanche' | 'Avenir' | 'Aventure' | 'Aviateur Blériot' | 'Avocet CU' | 'Avon' | Azara the genus | Azara integrifolia | Azara lanceolata | Azara microphylla | Azara microphylla 'Variegata' | Azara serrata | Azara uruguayensis | Azorina vidalii | 'Azure Sea'

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'Baby Alberic' | 'Baby Betsy McCall' | 'Baby Betty' | 'Baby Bio' | 'Baby Blanket' | 'Baby Blanket' | 'Baby Cécile Brunner' | 'Baby Darling' Climbing | 'Baby Eclipse' | 'Baby Katie' | 'Baby Masquerade' | 'Baby Talk' | 'Bacchante Gallica' | 'Bad Birnbach' | Baeospora myosura | | ' | 'Bajazzo' | 'Ballade' | 'Ballindalloch Castle' | Ballota pseudodictamnus | 'Balmain Climber' | 'Baltik' | 'Baltimore Belle' | 'Bambey' | 'Bambou Rose' | Bankera fuligineo-alba | | 'Banner' | 'Bantry Bay' | 'Barbara Austin' (Austop) | 'Barbara Bush' | 'Barbarossa' | 'Baretta St. Single Polyantha' | 'Barn Dance' | Barnardesia arborea | 'Baron de Bonstetten' | 'Baron de Wassenaer' | 'Baron G. B. Gonella' | 'Baron Girod de l'Ain' | 'Baron Taylor' | 'Baron T'Kind de Roodenbecke' | 'Baronesse de Rothschild' | 'Baronesse Manon' | 'Baronne Prévost' | 'Baronne de Vivario' | 'Baronne Edmond de Rothschild' | 'Baronne G de St Paul' | 'Baronne Henriette de Snoy' | 'Barron de Gossard' | 'Barry Fearn' | 'Basye's Amphidiploid' | 'Basye's Blueberry' | 'Basye's Purple Rose' | 'Basye's Thornless' | Battarraea phalloides | Bauhinia faberi | Bauhinia forficata | Bauhinia galpinii | Bauhinia galpinii | Bauhinia tomentosa | Bauhinia variegata | Bauhinia variegata 'Candida' | Bauhinia x blakeana | 'Beau Narcisse' | Beaucarnea recurvata | Beaufortia sparsa | Beaufortia squarrosa | Beaumontia grandiflora | 'Beaute de Billard' | 'Beauté Inconstante' | 'Beautiful Britain' | 'Beauty of Rosemawr' | 'Beauty Queen' | 'Beauty Secret' | 'Bébé Fleuri' | 'Beckett's Single' | 'Bel Ange' | 'Bel Esprit' | 'Belinda' | 'Belinda's Dream' | 'Bella Rosa' | 'Bella Weiss' | 'Bellard' | 'Belle Amour' | 'Belle Biblis' | 'Belle Blanca' | 'Belle de Crécy' | 'Belle de Yèbles' | 'Belle Doria' | 'Belle Hélène' | 'Belle Herminie' | | 'Belle Ivryenne' | 'Belle Lyonnaise' | 'Belle Poitevine' | 'Belle Portugaise' | 'Belle Pourpre Violette' | 'Belle Rosine' | 'Belle sans Flatterie' | 'Belle Story' (Auselle, Auspry ) | 'Belle Vichysoise' | 'Belle Villageoise' | 'Belle Virginie' | 'Belmont' | 'Bendigold' | 'Benedicte Sequin' | 'bengale Crimson' | 'Bengale d'Automne' | 'Benjamin Britten' (Ausencart) | 'Bennett's Seedling' | 'Benvenuto' | Berberidopsis corallina | Berberis the genus | Berberis 'Bunch o' Grapes' | Berberis calliantha | Berberis chinensis | Berberis darwinii | Berberis dumicola | Berberis georgii | Berberis gyalaica | Berberis jamesiana | Berberis koreana | Berberis linearifolia 'Orange King' | Berberis montana | Berberis prattii var. laxipendula | Berberis temolaica | Berberis thunbergii 'Rose Glow' | Berberis valdiviana | Berberis verruculosa | Berberis vulgaris | Berberis x ottawensis 'Superba' | Berberis x stenophylla 'Crawley Gem' | 'Bérénice' | 'Berkshire' | 'Berlesburg' | 'Berlin' | 'Berliner Luft' | 'Bernadette Chirac' | 'Bernard Verlot' | 'Bernd Weigel Rose' | 'Berries 'n' Cream' | 'Bert Mulley' | 'Berthe Baron' | 'Berthe Dumesnil' | 'Bertram Park' | Berzelia lanuginosa | Beschorneria yuccoides | 'Bess Lovett ' | 'Bessie Johnson' | 'Best Wishes' Climbing | 'Bethlen' | 'Betsy McCall' | 'Betsy Van Ness' | 'Bettina' Climbing | 'Betty Boop' | 'Betty Harkness' | 'Betty Morse' | 'Betty Neus' | 'Betty Prior' | 'Betty Sherriff' | 'Betty Uprichard' | Betula the Genus | Betula albosinensis | Betula alnoides | Betula apoiensis | Betula cordifolia | Betula costata | Betula davurica | Betula ermannii | Betula ermannii 'Grayswood Hill' | Betula grossa | Betula lenta | Betula lutea | Betula nigra | Betula occidentalis | Betula papyrifera | Betula pendula | Betula pendula 'Yougii' | Betula populifolia | Betula pubescens | Betula pumila | Betula rotundifolia | Betula utilis | Betula utilis var. jacquemontii | Betula x coerulea | 'Beverly Hills' | 'Bewitched' | 'Bewitched' | 'Bibi Mazoon' (Ausdimindo) | 'Bijou' | 'Bijou de Royat-les-Bains' | 'Bijou des Amateurs' | Bilderdykia aubertii | 'Bill Warriner' | 'Billard et Barre' | Billardiera longiflora | 'Billy Boiler' | 'Birdie Blye' | 'Birthday Girl' | 'Bishop Darlington' | Bismarckia nobilis | Bisporella citrina | Bjerkandera adusta | 'Black Boy' | 'Black Boy' | 'Black Fire' | 'Black Garnet' | 'Black Ice' | 'Black Jade' | 'Black Prince' | 'Blairii No 2' | 'Blairii No. 1' | 'Blanc Double de Coubert' | 'Blanc Pur' | 'Blanche de Belgique' | 'Blanche Duranthon' | 'Blanche Frowein' | 'Blanche Moreau' | 'Blanche Vallerin' | 'Blanchefleur' | 'Blanchfleur' | 'Blast Off' | 'Blatenskà Kràlovna' | 'Blaze' | 'Bleak House' | 'Blessings' | 'Bleu Magenta' | 'Blithe Spirit' | 'Bloomfield Abundance' | 'Bloomfield Abundance' | 'Bloomfield Courage' | 'Bloomfield Dainty' | 'Blooming Marvellous' | 'Blossomtime' | 'Blue Bajou' | 'Blue Bajou' | 'Blue Boy' | 'Blue Boy ' | 'Blue Girl' | 'Blue Nile' | 'Blue Parfum' | 'Blue River' | 'Blue Skies' | 'Blueberry Hill' | 'Bluennette' | 'Bluesette' | 'Blummenschmidts Sonntagskind' | 'Blush Boursault' | 'Blush Damask' | 'Blush Hip' | 'Blush Rambler' | 'Blythe Spirit' (AUSchool) | 'Bobbie James' | 'Bobby Dazzler' | 'Bocca Negra' | Bocconia frutescens | Boehmeria spicata | 'Boksburg Fantasia' | Bolbitius vitellinus | 'Bolero' | Boletinellus merulioides | Boletinus cavipes | Boletopsis subsquamosa | Boletus aereus | Boletus aestivalis | Boletus affinis | Boletus albidus | Boletus albisulphureus | Boletus appendiculatus | Boletus auripes | Boletus auriporus | Boletus badius | Boletus barrowsii | Boletus bicolor | Boletus caespitosus | Boletus calopus | Boletus campestris | Boletus chrysenteron | Boletus coniferarum | Boletus edulis | Boletus erythropus | Boletus flammans | Boletus fragrans | Boletus fraternus | Boletus frostii | Boletus griseus | Boletus hortonii | Boletus illudens | Boletus impolitus | Boletus inedulis | Boletus legaliae | Boletus leonis | Boletus lignicola | Boletus longicurvipes | Boletus luridus | Boletus miniato-pallescens | Boletus mirabilis | Boletus morrisii | Boletus ornatipes | Boletus pallidus | Boletus parasiticus | Boletus piedmontensis | Boletus pinicola | Boletus piperatus | Boletus porosporus | Boletus projectellus | Boletus pruinatus | Boletus pseudopeckii | Boletus pseudosensibilis | Boletus pulverulentus | Boletus queletii | Boletus rhodoxanthus | Boletus rubellus | Boletus rubricitrinus | Boletus rubripes | Boletus russelli | Boletus satanas | Boletus sensibilis | Boletus separans | Boletus smithii | Boletus spadiceus | Boletus speciosus | Boletus subglabripes | Boletus subluridellus | Boletus subtomentosus | Boletus variipes | Boletus vermiculosus | Boletus versicolor | Boletus zelleri | | Bomarea salsilla | 'Bon Accord' | 'Bon Silène' | Bondarzewia berkeleyi | Bondarzewia montana | 'Bonfire Night' | 'Bonn' | 'Bonne Nuit' | 'Bonnie Prince' | 'Bonsoir' | 'Bordeaux' | 'Borderer' | Bordure Nacrée | 'Bordure Rose' | Boronia cenulata | 'Borussia' | 'Bossa Nova' | 'Botanica' | 'Botzaris' | 'Boudoir' | 'Bougainville' | Bougainvillea the genus | Bougainvillea 'Barbara Karst' | Bougainvillea 'Betty Lavers' | Bougainvillea 'Camerillo Fiesta' | Bougainvillea 'Daphne Mason | Bougainvillea 'Donyo' | Bougainvillea 'Double Pink' | Bougainvillea 'Elizabeth Angus' | Bougainvillea 'Gillian Greensmith' | Bougainvillea glabra | Bougainvillea 'Golden Glow' | Bougainvillea 'Gwyneth Portland' | Bougainvillea 'Harrissii' | Bougainvillea 'James Walker' | Bougainvillea 'Lady Margaret Maxwel' | Bougainvillea 'Mary Palmer's Enchantment' | Bougainvillea 'Orange King' |

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Bougainvillea 'Pink Cluster'


| Bougainvillea 'Poultoni' | Bougainvillea 'President' | Bougainvillea 'Ralph Sander' | Bougainvillea 'Ralph Sander's Sport' | Bougainvillea 'Rosenka' | Bougainvillea 'Roseville's Delight' | Bougainvillea 'Sunrise' | Bougainvillea 'Texas Dawn' | 'Boula de Nanteuil' | 'Boule de Neige' | 'Bouquet Blanc' | 'Bouquet d'Or' | 'Bouquet de Flore' | 'Bouquet de Neige' | 'Bouquet d'Or' | 'Bouquet Parfait' | 'Bouquet Tout Fait' | Bouvardia laevis | Bouvardia scabra | Bouvardia ternifolia | Bovista nigrescens | Bovista plumbea | 'Bow Bells' (Ausbells) | 'Bowled Over' | 'Boy Crazy' | Brachychiton acerifolius | Brachychiton discolor | Brachychiton populneus | Brachyglottis the genus | Brachyglottis cineraria | Brachyglottis greyi | Brachyglottis hectoris | Brachyglottis huntii | Brachyglottis monroi | Brachyglottis perdicioides | Brachyglottis repanda | Brachyglottis rotundifolia | Brachyglottis 'Sunshine' | Brachysema celsianum | Brahea armata | Brahea edulis | 'Brandy' | 'Brasilia' | 'Brass Band' | 'Brass Ring' | 'Braveheart' | 'Break o' Day' | 'Breath of Life' | 'Bredon' (Ausbred) | 'Breeze Hill' | 'Bremer Stadtmusikanten' | 'Brenda Colvin' | BRENDA MOWERY | 'Brennus' | 'Brian Rix' | 'Bridal White' | 'Bride' | 'Bride's Dream' | 'Bridget' | 'Brigadoon' | 'Bright Melody' | 'Brightside Cream' | 'Brigitte de Villenfagne' | 'Brilliant Pink Iceberg' | 'Brilliant Pink Iceberg' | 'Brisbane Blush' | 'Broadway' | 'Brooks Red' | ' | 'Brother Sun' | Broussonetia papyrifera | 'Brown Velvet' | 'Brownie' | Brugmansia arborea | Brugmansia aurea | Brugmansia sanguinea | Brugmansia sanguinea var. flava | Brugmansia suaveolens | Brugmansia versicolor | Brugmansia x candida 'Grand Marnier' | Brugmansia x candida 'Knightii' | Brugmansia x insignis | Brunfelsia americana | Brunfelsia pauciflora | Brunfelsia pauciflora 'Macrantha' | 'Bubble Bath' | 'Bubikopf' | 'Buccaneer' | 'Bucks Fizz' | Buddleja the genus | Buddleja agathosma | Buddleja alata | Buddleja alternifolia | Buddleja asiatica | Buddleja asiatica x officinalis | Buddleja auriculata | Buddleja colvilei | Buddleja cordata | Buddleja crispa | Buddleja 'Dartmoor' | Buddleja davidii | Buddleja davidii 'Black Knight' | Buddleja davidii 'Fortune' | | Buddleja davidii 'Lochinch' | Buddleja davidii 'Pixie White' | Buddleja davidii 'Royal Red' | Buddleja davidii var. nanhoensis 'Nanho Blue' | Buddleja davidii var. wilsonii | Buddleja davidii 'Variegata' | Buddleja davidii 'White Bouquet' | Buddleja davidii 'White Cloud' | Buddleja fallowiana var. alba | Buddleja forrestii | Buddleja globosa | Buddleja japonica | Buddleja lindleyana | Buddleja madagascariensis | Buddleja nivea | Buddleja officinalis | Buddleja salviifolia | Buddleja tubiflora | Buddleja x lewisiana | Buddleja x weyeriana 'Golden Glow' | Buddleja x weyeriana 'Sungold' | 'Buff Beauty' | 'Buisman's Triumph' | Bulgaria inquinans | Bulgaria rufa | 'Bullata' | Bupleurum fruticosum | 'Burbank' | Burchellia bubalina | 'Burg Baden' | Burgundian Rose | 'Burgundy Iceberg' | 'Burgundy Iceberg' | 'Burma Star' | Bursaria spinosa ssp. spinosa | 'Busy Lizzie' | Butia bonnetii | Butia capitata | 'Buttercup' | 'Buttercup' (AUSband) | 'Buttermere' | 'Butterscotch' | 'Butterscotch' | 'Butterscotch' | 'Butterscotch' (Climbing) | Buxus the genus | Buxus balearica | Buxus microphylla | Buxus sempervirens | Buxus sempervirens 'Aureovariegata' | Buxus sempervirens 'Latifolia Maculata' | Buxus sempervirens 'Myrtifolia' | Buxus wallichiana

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'C.S.R.' | 'Cabbage Rose' | Cadaba aphylla | 'Cadenza' | Caesalpinia the genus | Caesalpinia decapetala | Caesalpinia gilliesii | Caesalpinia mexicana | Caesalpinia peltophoroides | | | 'Cafougnette' | 'Caid' | 'Cajun Sunrise' | Calbovista subsculpta | Calceolaria integrifolia | Calceolaria integrifolia var. angustifolia | 'Caldwell Pink' | 'Calgold' | 'Calico' | Calicotome spinosa | Calliandra the genus | Calliandra californica | Calliandra calothyrsus | Calliandra emarginata | Calliandra eriophylla | Calliandra grandiflora | Calliandra haematocephala | Calliandra portoricensis | Callicarpa the genus | Callicarpa bodinieri 'Profusion' | Callicarpa bodinieri var. giraldii | 'Calliope' | Callirhoe involucrata | Callistemon the genus | Callistemon 'Demesne Reliance | Callistemon 'John Mashlan' | Callistemon brachyandrus | Callistemon citrinus | Callistemon citrinus 'Endeavour' | Callistemon citrinus 'Jeffersi' | Callistemon citrinus 'Splendens' | Callistemon flavovirens | Callistemon linearis | Callistemon pallidus | Callistemon phoeniceus | Callistemon rigidus | Callistemon rugulosus | Callistemon salignus | Callistemon viminalis | Callistemon viridiflorus | Callistemon 'Widdicombe Gem' | 'Callisto' | Callitris the genus | Callitris rhomboidea | Calluna the genus | Calluna vulgaris | Calluna vulgaris 'Darkness' | Calluna vulgaris 'Kinlochruel' | Calluna vulgaris 'Red Star' | 'Calocarpa' | Calocedrus the genus | Calocedrus decurrens | Calocera cornea | Calocera glossoides | Calocera viscosa | Calocybe carnea | Calocybe gambosa | Calodendron capense | Caloscypha fulgens | Calostoma cinnabarina | Calothamnus gilesii | Calothamnus quadrifidus | Calothamnus validus | Calvatia cyathiformis | Calvatia excipuliformis | Calvatia utriformis | Calycanthus the genus | Calycanthus floridus | Calycanthus occidentalis | 'Camaieaux' | Camellia the genus | Camellia 'California Sunset' | Camellia 'Cornish Snow' | Camellia 'Cornish Spring' | Camellia 'Felice Harris' | Camellia 'Fragrant Pink' | Camellia 'Francie L.' | Camellia 'Francie L.' | Camellia 'Freedom Bell' | Camellia 'Harugasumi' | Camellia 'Innovation' | Camellia 'Inspiration' | Camellia 'Interval' | Camellia 'Lasca Beauty' | Camellia 'Maud Messel' | Camellia 'Maud Messel' | Camellia 'Otto Hopfer' | Camellia 'Rosemary Sawle' | Camellia 'Royalty' | Camellia 'Salutation' | Camellia 'Salutation' | Camellia 'Scentuous' | Camellia 'Shôwa-wabisuke' | Camellia 'Tiny Princess' | Camellia 'Uraku-tsubake' | Camellia 'Valleé Knudson' | Camellia 'Winter's Charm' | Camellia 'Winter's Fire' | Camellia 'Winter's Hope' | Camellia 'Winter's Rose' | Camellia 'Arbutus Gum' | Camellia 'Arcadia Variegated' | Camellia crapnelliana | Camellia cuspidata | Camellia 'Eximia' | Camellia fraterna | Camellia grijsii | Camellia 'Harold L. Paige' | Camellia hiemalis 'Sparkling Burgundy' | Camellia japonica | Camellia japonica 'Finlandia Variegata' | Camellia japonica 'Adolphe Audusson Variegated' | Camellia japonica 'Adolphe Audusson' | Camellia japonica 'Aitonia' | Camellia japonica 'Akashigata' | Camellia japonica 'Alba Plena' | Camellia japonica 'Alexander Hunter' | Camellia japonica 'Alison Leigh Woodroof' | Camellia japonica 'Althaeiflora' | Camellia japonica 'Andromeda' | Camellia japonica 'Angel' | Camellia japonica 'Annie Wylam' | Camellia japonica 'Arajishi' | Camellia japonica 'Augusto Leal de Gouveia Pinto' | Camellia japonica 'Ave Maria' | Camellia japonica 'Ballet Dancer' | Camellia japonica 'Berenice Perfection' | Camellia japonica 'Betty Cuthbert' | Camellia japonica 'Bob Hope' | Camellia japonica 'Bob's Tinsie' | Camellia japonica 'Bright Buoy' | Camellia japonica 'Brilliant' | Camellia japonica 'California' | Camellia japonica 'Campari' | Camellia japonica 'Can Can' | Camellia japonica 'Captain Blood' | Camellia japonica 'Casablanca' | Camellia japonica 'Cathy Becher' | Camellia japonica 'Christmas Beauty' | Camellia japonica 'Claudia Phelps' | Camellia japonica 'Commander Mulroy' | Camellia japonica 'Constance' | Camellia japonica 'Coquettii' | Camellia japonica 'Countess of Orkney' | Camellia japonica 'Debutante' | Camellia japonica 'Desire' | Camellia japonica 'Dewatairin' | Camellia japonica 'Donckelaeri' | Camellia japonica 'Dr Burnside' | Camellia japonica 'Dr King' | Camellia japonica 'Duchessa di Montpensier' | Camellia japonica 'Eiraku' | Camellia japonica 'Eleanor Martin Supreme' | Camellia japonica 'Elegans Variegated' | Camellia japonica 'Elizabeth Weaver' | Camellia japonica 'Emily Wilson' | Camellia japonica 'Erin Farmer' | Camellia japonica 'Eugene Lizé' | Camellia japonica 'Fimbriata' | Camellia japonica 'Forest Green' | Camellia japonica 'Furô-an' | Camellia japonica 'Gauntlettii' | Camellia japonica 'Gengi-guruma' | Camellia japonica 'Ginyo-tsubaki' | Camellia japonica 'Grand Slam' | Camellia japonica 'Guest of Honor' | Camellia japonica 'Guilio Nuccio' | Camellia japonica 'Hakutsuru' | Camellia japonica 'Hanafûki' | Camellia japonica 'Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II' | Camellia japonica 'Hikarugenji' | Camellia japonica 'Incarnata' | Camellia japonica 'Ivory Tower' | Camellia japonica 'Jean Clere' | Camellia japonica 'Jennifer Turnbull' | Camellia japonica 'Kamo-honnami' | Camellia japonica 'Katie' | Camellia japonica 'Konronkoku' | Camellia japonica 'Kumasaka' | Camellia japonica 'Laurie Bray' | Camellia japonica 'Laurie Bray' | Camellia japonica 'Lavinia Maggi' | Camellia japonica 'Le Lys' | Camellia japonica 'Little Bit' | Camellia japonica 'Madge Miller' | Camellia japonica 'Margaret Davis' | Camellia japonica 'Mathotiana Supreme' | Camellia japonica 'Matterhorn' | Camellia japonica 'Mattie Cole' | Camellia japonica 'Mercury Variegated' | Camellia japonica 'Mrs Anne Marie Hovey' | Camellia japonica 'Mrs Bertha A. Harms' | Camellia japonica 'Mrs Tingley' | Camellia japonica 'Niobé' | Camellia japonica 'Nuccio's Carousel' | Camellia japonica 'Nuccio's Gem' | Camellia japonica 'Nuccio's Jewel' | Camellia japonica 'Odoratissima' | Camellia japonica 'Onetia Holland' | Camellia japonica 'Otome' | Camellia japonica 'Paolina Maggi' | Camellia japonica 'Peach Blossom' | Camellia japonica 'Pensacola Red' | Camellia japonica 'Pink Pagoda' | Camellia japonica 'Preston Rose' | Camellia japonica 'Rainy Sun' | Camellia japonica 'Red Moon' | Camellia japonica 'Rubescens Major' | Camellia japonica 'Ruth Kemp' | Camellia japonica 'Sea Foam' | Camellia japonica 'Senator Duncan U. Fletcher' | Camellia japonica 'Shiragiku' | Camellia japonica 'Shuchûka' | Camellia japonica 'Silver Anniversary' | Camellia japonica 'Silver Anniversary' | Camellia japonica 'Snow Chan' | Camellia japonica 'Spencer's Pink' | Camellia japonica 'Sunset Glory' | Camellia japonica 'Teringa' | Camellia japonica 'Tinsie' | Camellia japonica 'Tom Thumb' | Camellia japonica 'Tomorrow Park Hill' | Camellia japonica 'Tomorrow' | Camellia japonica 'Trewithen White' | Camellia japonica 'Tricolor Nova' | Camellia japonica 'Variegata' | Camellia japonica 'Vittorio Emanuele II' | Camellia japonica 'Vosper's Rose' | Camellia japonica 'White Empress' | Camellia japonica 'White Nun' | Camellia japonica 'William Bartlett' | Camellia japonica 'Yours Truly' | Camellia japonica 'Yukimi-guruma' | Camellia japonica 'Alba Simplex' | Camellia japonica 'Baron Leguay' | Camellia japonica 'Berenice Boddy' | Camellia japonica 'Betty Sheffield' | Camellia japonica 'Coed' | Camellia japonica 'Cynthia Kuyper' | Camellia japonica 'Diddy's Pink Organdie' | Camellia japonica 'Elegans Supreme' | Camellia japonica 'Elizabeth Cooper' | Camellia japonica 'Erin Farmer' | Camellia japonica 'Ernmett Barnes' | Camellia japonica 'Finlandia' | Camellia japonica 'Genji-guruma' | Camellia japonica 'Jean Lyne' | Camellia japonica 'Kewpie Doll' | Camellia japonica 'Lady Clare' | Camellia japonica 'Lady Vansittart' | Camellia japonica 'Mathotiana | Camellia japonica 'Melody Lane' | Camellia japonica 'Mollie Moore Davis' | Camellia japonica 'Monte Carlo' | Camellia japonica 'Mount Everest' | Camellia japonica 'Mrs D. W. Davis' | Camellia japonica 'Paul Jones Supreme' | Camellia japonica 'Pompone' | Camellia japonica 'Red Anemone' | Camellia japonica 'Sacco Vera' | Camellia japonica 'Strawberry Blonde' | Camellia japonica subsp. rusticana x C. lutchuensis | | Camellia japonica 'Virgin's Blush' | Camellia 'Leonard Messel' | Camellia nitidissima | Camellia nokoensis | Camellia reticulata | Camellia reticulata 'Captain Rawes' | Camellia reticulata 'Arch of Triumph' | Camellia reticulata 'Dayinhong' | Camellia reticulata 'Lila Naff' | Camellia reticulata 'Mary Williams' | Camellia reticulata 'Mudancha' | Camellia reticulata 'Nuccio's Ruby' | Camellia reticulata 'Trophy' | Camellia reticulata 'Tsueban' | Camellia reticulata 'Wanduocha' | Camellia reticulata 'Zhangjiacha' | Camellia reticulata 'Houye Diechi' | Camellia reticulata 'Liuye Yinhong' | Camellia reticulata 'Tzepao' | 'Camellia Rose' | Camellia 'Salab' | Camellia salicifolia | Camellia saluenensis | Camellia saluenensis 'Exbury Trumpet' | Camellia sasanqua | Camellia sasanqua 'Agnes O. Solomon' | Camellia sasanqua 'Chojiguruma' | Camellia sasanqua 'Cotton Candy' | Camellia sasanqua 'Crimson King' | Camellia sasanqua 'Hugh Evans' | Camellia sasanqua 'Mine-no-yuki' | Camellia sasanqua 'Narumigata' | Camellia sasanqua 'Paradise Vanessa' | Camellia sasanqua 'Kenkyo' | Camellia sasanqua 'Rainbow' | Camellia sasanqua 'Super Rosea' | Camellia transarisanensis | Camellia x williamsii 'Anticipation' | Camellia x williamsii 'Ballet Queen' | Camellia x williamsii 'Beatrice Michael' | Camellia x williamsii 'Bow Bells' | Camellia x williamsii 'C.F. Coates' | Camellia x williamsii 'Caerhays' | Camellia x williamsii 'Coppelia Alba' | Camellia x williamsii 'Debbie' | Camellia x williamsii 'Donation' | Camellia x williamsii 'E. G. Waterhouse' | Camellia x williamsii 'Elizabeth de Rothschild' | Camellia x williamsii 'Francis Hanger' | Camellia x williamsii 'Golden Spangles' | Camellia x williamsii 'Joan Trehane' | Camellia x williamsii 'Jury's Yellow' | Camellia x williamsii 'Margaret Waterhouse' | Camellia x williamsii 'Mary Jobson' | Camellia x williamsii 'Mildred Goatcher' | Camellia X williamsii 'Rose Bouquet' | Camellia x williamsii 'Shocking Pink' | Camellia x williamsii 'St Ewe' | Camellia x williamsii 'The Duchess of Cornwall' | Camellia x williamsii 'Waterlily' | Camellia x williamsii 'William Carlyon' | Camellia x williamsii 'Bowen Bryant' | Camellia x williamsii 'Brigadoon' | Camellia x williamsii 'Mary Christian' | Camellia x williamsii 'Muskoka' | Camellia x williamsii 'Senorita' | Camellia x williamsii 'Tiptoe' | Camellia yunnanensis | 'Cameo' | 'Camille Pisarro' | Campanile | Campsis the genus | Campsis grandiflora | Campsis radicans | Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen' | Campylotropus polyantha | 'Canadian White Star' | 'Canary' | 'Canasta' | 'Candelabra' | 'Candeur Lyonnaise' | 'Candle in the Wind' | 'Candleglow' | 'Candlelight' | 'Candy Cane' | 'Candy Mountain' | 'Candy Rose' | 'Candy Stripe' | 'Cantab' | 'Cantabrigiensis' | | Cantharellula cyathiformis | Cantharellula umbonata | Cantharellus amethysteus | Cantharellus cibarius | Cantharellus cinereus | Cantharellus cinnabarinus | Cantharellus ferruginascens | Cantharellus freisii | Cantharellus ignicolor | Cantharellus infundibuliformis | Cantharellus lateritius | Cantharellus luteocomus | Cantharellus minor | Cantharellus subalbidus | Cantharellus tubaeformis | Cantharellus xanthopus | Cantua the genus | Cantua buxifolia | 'Capitaine Basroger' | 'Capitaine Dyel, de Graville' | 'Capitaine John Ingram' | 'Capitaine Peillon' | 'Capitaine Sisolet' | 'Capitaine Williams' | 'Caporusso' | Capparis the genus | Capparis acutifolia subsp. bodinieri | Capparis decidua | Capparis mitchellii | Capparis spinosa var. aegyptia | 'Caprice' | 'Capriole' | 'Captain Christy' | 'Captain Christy' | 'Captain Cook' | 'Captain Hayward' | 'Captain Haywood' | 'Captain Samuel Holland' | 'Captain Samuel Holland' | 'Captain Thomas' | 'Cara Mia' | 'Carabella' | 'Carabella' | Caragana the genus | Caragana arborescens | Caragana brevispina | Caragana sinica | Caragana tragacanthoide | 'Caramba' | 'Caravelle' | 'Cardinal de Richelieu' | 'Cardinal Hume' | 'Cardinal Song' | 'Carefree Beauty' | 'Carefree Delight' | 'Carefree Wonder' | 'Caribbean' | 'Carina' | Carissa macrocarpa | 'Carla' | 'Carlita' | 'Carmen' | 'Carmenetta' | Carmichaelia appressa | Carmichaelia cunninghamii | Carmichaelia flagelliformis | 'Carmin Brillant' | 'Carnation Rose' | 'Carnival Glass' | 'Caroline Bank' | 'Caroline d'Arden' | 'Caroline de Monaco' | 'Caroline de Sansal' | 'Caroline Marniesse' | 'Caroubier' | Carpenteria the genus | Carpenteria californica | 'Carpet of Color' | Carpinus the genus | Carpinus betulus | Carpinus caroliniana | Carpinus fangiana | Carpinus japonica | Carpinus laxiflora | Carpinus orientalis | Carpinus viminea | 'Carte Blanche' | 'Carte Blanche' | 'Carte d'Or' | 'Cary Grant' | Carya the genus | Carya cordiformis | Carya glabra | Carya laciniosa | Carya ovata | Carya tomentosa | Caryopteris the genus | Caryopteris incana | Caryopteris x clandonensis | Caryopteris x clandonensis 'Heavenly Blue' | 'Casa Blanca' | 'Cascade' | Casimiroa edulis | 'Casino' | 'Cassandre' | Cassine papillosa | Cassinia the genus | Cassinia aculeata | Cassinia fulvida | Cassinia leptophylla | Castanea the genus | Castanea sativa | Castanopsis cuspidata | Castanospermum australe | 'Castella' | 'Castle of Mey' | Casuarina glauca | Catalpa the genus | Catalpa bignonioides | Catalpa bignonioides 'Aurea' | Catalpa ovata | Catalpa speciosa | Catalpa x erubescens | Catathelasma imperialis | Catathelasma ventricosa | Catharanthus roseus | Cathaya argyrophylla | 'Cathedral' | 'Catherine de Kerchove' | 'Catherine Deneuve' | 'Catherine Ghislain' | 'Catherine II' | 'Catherine McAuley' | 'Catherine Mermet' | 'Catherine Seyton' | 'Catherine Soupert' | 'Catinat' | 'Cato' | Ceanothus the genus | Ceanothus 'Cascade' | Ceanothus 'Concha' | Ceanothus 'Everett's Choice' | Ceanothus 'Sky Blue' | Ceanothus 'Wheeler Canyon' | Ceanothus 'A. T. Johnson' | Ceanothus arboreus | Ceanothus arboreus 'Thunder Cloud' | Ceanothus arboreus 'Trewithen Blue' | Ceanothus 'Autumnal Blue' | Ceanothus 'Blue Mound' | Ceanothus 'Burkwoodii' | Ceanothus 'Ceres' | Ceanothus cuneatus var. rigidus 'Snowball' | Ceanothus 'Cynthis Postan' | Ceanothus 'Delight' | Ceanothus divergens | Ceanothus 'Edinburgh' | Ceanothus 'Eleanor Taylor' | Ceanothus foliosus | Ceanothus 'Frosty Blue' | Ceanothus 'Gloire de Versailles' | Ceanothus griseus | Ceanothus griseus 'Kurt Zadnik' | Ceanothus impressus | Ceanothus incanus | Ceanothus integerrimus | Ceanothus 'Julia Phelps' | Ceanothus maritimus | Ceanothus maritimus 'Popcorn' | Ceanothus megacarpus | Ceanothus papillosus | Ceanothus parryi | Ceanothus 'Percy Picton' | Ceanothus 'Puget Blue' | Ceanothus purpureus | Ceanothus 'Ray Hartman' | Ceanothus rigidus | Ceanothus 'Sierra Snow' | Ceanothus 'Southmead' | Ceanothus spinosus | Ceanothus thyrsiflorus | Ceanothus thyrsiflorus Esch. var. repens | Ceanothus thyrsiflorus var. griseus 'Yankee Point' | Ceanothus verrucosus | Ceanothus x delineanus | Ceanothus x delineanus 'Henri Defosse' | Ceanothus x mendocinensis | Ceanothus x pallidus | Ceanothus x pallidus 'Marie Simon' | Ceanothus x veitchianus | 'Cecil' | Cedrus the genus | Cedrus atlantica | Cedrus atlantica f. glauca | Cedrus deodara | Cedrus deodara 'Feelin' Blue' | Cedrus libani | Cedrus libani 'Aurea Prostrata' | Cedrus libani 'Sargentii' | Cedrus libani ssp. atlantica 'Glauca' | Cedrus libani var. brevifolia | Celastrus the genus | Celastrus orbiculatus | Celastrus scandens | Celcis laevigata | Celebration 2000 | 'Celebrity' | 'Celeste' | 'Celia' | 'Céline' | Celtis the genus | Celtis australis | Celtis occidentalis | 'Centenary' | Centennial | 'Centennial Miss' | 'Centrepiece' | 'Centurion' | 'Century Sunset' | 'Century Two' | Cephalanthus occidentalis | Cephalotaxus the genus | Cephalotaxus fortunei | Cephalotaxus fortunei 'Dragon's Plume' | Cephalotaxus fortunei var. sphaeralis | Cephalotaxus harringtonia | Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Fastigata' | Cephalotaxus harringtonia var. drupacea | Cephalotaxus wilsoniana | Ceratonia the genus | Ceratostigma griffithii | Ceratostigma willmottianum | Cercidiphyllum the genus | Cercidiphyllum japonicum | Cercis the genus | Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' | Cercis chinensis 'Avondale' | Cercis siliquastrum | Cercis siliquastrum f. albida | Cercocarpus ledifolious | 'Ceres' | Ceriporiopsis gilvescens | 'Cerise Bouquet' | Cerrena unicolor | 'César' | Cestrum the genus | Cestrum 'Newellii' | Cestrum anagyris | Cestrum aurantiacum | Cestrum elegans | Cestrum elegans 'Smithii' | Cestrum nocturnum | Cestrum parqui | Cestrum psittacinum | Cestrum x cultum | 'Chablis' | Chaenomeles the genus | Chaenomeles cathayensis | Chaenomeles japonica | Chaenomeles speciosa | Chaenomeles speciosa 'Coccinea' | Chaenomeles speciosa 'Knap Hill Radiance' | Chaenomeles speciosa 'Moerloosii' | Chaenomeles speciosa 'Nivalis' | Chaenomeles speciosa 'Phylis Moore' | Chaenomeles speciosa 'Simonii' | Chaenomeles x californica 'Enchantress' | Chaenomeles x superba | Chaenomeles x superba 'Crimson and Gold' | Chaenomeles x superba 'Boule de Feu' | Chaenomeles x superba 'Jane Taudevin' | Chaenomeles x superba 'Rowallane' | Chamaebatiaria the genus | Chamaecyparis the genus | Chamaecyparis formosensis | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Californis' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Grayswood Gold' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Jonseii' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Silver Queen' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Ellwoodii' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Intertexta' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Lutea' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Lutea Nana' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Pygmaea Argentea' | Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Smithii' | Chamaecyparis nootkatensis | Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula' | Chamaecyparis obtusa | Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Albospica' | Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Kosteri' | Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Repens' | Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Templehof' | Chamaecyparis pisifera | Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Boulevard' | Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Filifera Aurea' | Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Filifera Gracilis' | Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Filifera Nana' | Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Golden Mop' | Chamaecyparis taiwanensis | Chamaecyparis thyoides | Chamaecytisus purpureus | Chamaecytisus purpureus | Chamaecytisus ratisbonensis | Chamaedaphne the genus | Chamaemyces fracidus | Chamaerops the genus | Chamelaucium uncinatum 'University' | Chamelaucium uncinatum 'Escondido Rose' | 'Champagnerperle' | 'Champion of the World' | 'Champlain' | | 'Chapeau de Napoleon' | 'Chapelain d'Arenberg' | 'Chaplain's Pink Companion' | 'Chaplins Pink Climber' | 'Charisma' | 'Charity' (Auschar) | 'Charlemagne' | 'Charles Albanel' | 'Charles Albanel' | 'Charles Austin' (Ausfather) | 'Charles Darwin' | 'Charles de Legrady' | 'Charles de Mills' | 'Charles Dickens' | 'Charles F Worth' | 'Charles Gater' | 'Charles K. Douglas' | 'Charles Lefèbvre' | 'Charles Louis' | 'Charles Mallerin' Climbing | 'Charles Rennie Mackintosh' (Ausren) | 'Charleston' | 'Charleston' Climbing | 'Charlotte' (Auspoly) | 'Charlotte Armstrong' | 'Charlotte Kemp' | 'Charmglo' | 'Charmi' | 'Charmian' (Ausmian) | 'Charta' | 'Charter 700' | 'Chastity' | | 'Chateau d'Amboise' | 'Château de Namur' | 'Château de Vaïre' | Chatsworth | 'Chaucer' (Auscer) | 'Cheer Up' | 'Chérie' | 'Cherish' | 'Cherrade' | 'Cherry Cover' | 'Cherry Glow' | 'Cherry Magic' | 'Cherryade' | 'Cherry-Vanilla' | 'Cherub' | 'Chevy Chase' | 'Chi Dan Hong Xin' | 'Chicago Peace' | 'Chief Seattle' | Chiliotrichum diffusum | Chilopsis the genus | Chilopsis linearis | Chimonanthus the genus | Chimonanthus praecox | Chimonanthus praecox 'Luteus' | Chimonanthus praecox 'Soshin-Roubai' | Chimonobambusa tumidissinoda | 'China Doll' | 'Chinatown' | Chionanthus the genus | Chionanthus retusus | Chionanthus virginicus | 'Chloris' | Chlorociboria aeruginascens | Chlorophyllum molybdites | Choiromyces gangliformis | Choiromyces meandriformis | Choisya the genus | Choisya 'Aztec Pearl' | Choisya dumosa | Choisya dumosa var. arizonica | Choisya ternata | Choisya ternata 'Sundance' | Chondostereum purpureum | 'Chopin' | Chorisia the genus | Chorisia speciosa | Chorizema the genus | Chorizema cordatum x varium | Chorizema ilicifolium | 'Chorus' | 'Chris Evert' | 'Christel von der Post' | 'Christian Dior' | 'Christian Schulther' | 'Christina' | 'Christine' | 'Christine Wright' | 'Christobel' | 'Christopher Columbus' | 'Christopher Marlowe' (AUSjump) | 'Christopher Stone' | 'Christopher Stone' Climbing | 'Chromatella' | Chroogomphus rutilus | Chroogomphus tomentosus | Chroogomphus vinicolor | Chrysalidocarpus lutescens | 'Chrysandra' | Chrysolepis the genus | Chrysolepis chrysophylla | Chusquea coronalis | Chusquea couleou | Chusquea gigantea | Chysanthemoides monolifera | 'Cibles' | Ciboria amentacea | Ciboria batschiana | 'Cicely Lascelles' | 'Cimarosa' | 'Cinderella' | 'Cineraria' | Cinnamomum camphor | 'Circus' | Cistus the genus | Cistus albidus | Cistus 'Anne Palmer' | Cistus creticus | Cistus creticus subsp. creticus f. albus 'Tania Compton' | Cistus crispus | Cistus ladanifer | Cistus laurifolius | Cistus monspeliensi | Cistus palhinhae | Cistus parviflorus | Cistus populifolius | Cistus purpureus 'Betty Taudevin' | Cistus salviifolius | Cistus 'Silver Pink' | Cistus x anguilari | Cistus x corbariensis | Cistus x cyprius 'Albiflorus' | Cistus x pulverulentus | Cistus x purpureus | Cistus x purpureus 'Alan Fradd' | Cistus x skanbergii | Citharexylum spicatum | Citrus the genus | Citrus aurantium var. myrtifolia | Citrus aurantium var. myrtifolia 'Chinotto' | Citrus auriantium | Citrus limon 'Lisbon Panachée' | Citrus limon 'Menton' | Citrus limon ''Quatre Saisons' | Citrus limon 'Variegata' | Citrus medica | Citrus medica 'Ethrog' | Citrus meyeri | Citrus sinensis 'Malta Blood' | Citrus sinensis 'Valencia' | Citrus x limonia 'Rangpur' | Citrus x paradisi | 'City Livery' | 'City of Adelaide' | 'City of Belfast' | ' | 'City of Leeds' | 'City of York' | 'City of York' | Cladrastis the genus | Cladrastis kentukea | Cladrastis sinensis | 'Clair Matin' | Claire Austin (Ausprior) | 'Claire Jacquier' | 'Claire Laberge' | 'Claire Rose' (Auslight) | 'Claret Cup' | 'Clarion Call' | 'Clarita Atoll' | 'Class Act' | 'Classic Touch' | Clathrus archeri | Clathrus ruber | 'Claude Monet' | 'Claudia Cardinal' | 'Claudia Cardinale' | Clavaria argillacea | Clavaria fumosa | Clavaria purpurea | Clavaria rosea | | Clavaria vermicularis | Clavaria zollingeri | Clavariadelphus fistulosus | Clavariadelphus junceus | Clavariadelphus ligula | Clavariadelphus pistillaris | Clavariadelphus truncatus | Claviceps purpurea | Clavicorona pyxidata | Clavicorona taxophila | Clavulina amethystina | Clavulina cinerea | Clavulina cristata | Clavulinopsis cinerioides | Clavulinopsis corniculata | Clavulinopsis fusiformis | Clavulinopsis helvola | Clavulinopsis luteo-alba | Cleistocactus baumannii | Cleistocactus samaipatanus | Clematis the genus | Clematis 'Broughton Star' | Clematis akebioides | Clematis Alice Fisk | Clematis alpina | Clematis alpina 'Grandiflora' | Clematis alpina 'Inshriach Form' | Clematis alpina 'Pauline' | Clematis alpina 'Ruby' | Clematis alpina subsp. sibirica | Clematis 'Arabella' | Clematis armadii 'Apple Blossom' | Clematis armandii | Clematis armandii 'Snowdrift' | Clematis 'Ascotiensis' | Clematis 'Barbara Jackman' | Clematis barbellata | Clematis 'Beauty of Richmond' | Clematis 'Beauty of Worcester' | Clematis brachiata | Clematis campaniflora | Clematis 'Carnaby' | Clematis chrysocoma | Clematis chrysocoma var. sericea | Clematis cirrhosa | Clematis cirrhosa 'Freckles' | Clematis 'Comtesse de Bouchaud' | Clematis connata | Clematis 'Corona' | Clematis 'Countess of Lovelace' | Clematis 'Daniel Deronda' | Clematis 'Dr Ruppel' | Clematis 'Edouard Desfosse' | Clematis 'Elsa Spath' | Clematis 'Ernest Markham' | Clematis 'Etoile Rose' | Clematis 'Etoile Rose' | Clematis 'Etoile Violette' | Clematis florida 'Alba Plena' | Clematis florida 'Sieboldii' | Clematis 'Fryderyk Chopin' | Clematis grandiflora | | Clematis henryi | Clematis heracleifolia var. stans | Clematis hexapetala | Clematis 'Huldine' | Clematis integrifolia | Clematis 'Jackmanii Rubra' | Clematis 'Kathleen Wheeler' | Clematis 'Lawsoniana' | Clematis ligusticifolia | Clematis 'Lord Nevill' | Clematis macropetala | Clematis macropetala 'Markham's Pink' | Clematis 'Margaret Hunt' | Clematis 'Maureen' | Clematis 'Miss Crawshay' | Clematis 'Mme Edouard André' | Clematis Montana | Clematis montana 'Elizabeth' | Clematis montana f . grandiflora | Clematis montana' Mayleen' | Clematis montana 'Pink Perfection' | Clematis montana 'Snow Flake' | Clematis montana 'Tetrarose' | Clematis montana var. rubens | Clematis 'Mrs Cholmondely' | Clematis 'Mrs Spencer Castle' | Clematis napaulensis | Clematis 'Nellie Moser' | Clematis 'Niobe' | Clematis orientalis | Clematis orientalis 'Orange Peel' | Clematis 'Perle d'Azur' | Clematis phlebantha | Clematis potaninii | Clematis 'Prince Heinrich' | Clematis 'Proteus' | Clematis recta | Clematis rehderiana | Clematis 'Richard Pennell' | Clematis 'Rouge Cardinal' | Clematis 'Royalty' | Clematis scottiae | Clematis 'Serenata' | | Clematis 'Sylvia Denny' | Clematis tangutica var. obtusiuscula | Clematis 'The President' | Clematis urophylla | Clematis 'Venosa Violacea' | Clematis 'Ville de Lyon' | Clematis 'Violuceau' | Clematis viorna | Clematis vitalba | Clematis viticella 'Abundance' | Clematis viticella 'Alba Luxurians' | Clematis viticella 'Blue Belle' | Clematis viticella 'Kermesina' | Clematis viticella 'Margot Koster' | Clematis viticella' Minuet' | Clematis viticella 'Mme Julia Correvon' | Clematis viticella 'Purpurea Plena Elegans' | Clematis viticella 'Royal Velours' | Clematis 'Vyvyan Pennell' | Clematis x durandii | Clematis x eriostemon | Clematis x jackmanii | Clematis x jackmanii 'Superba' | Clematis x jouiniana 'Praecox' | Clematis x triternata 'Rubra-Marginata' | Clematis x vedrariensis | 'Clémence Raoux' | 'Cleopatra' | Clerodendrum the genus | Clerodendrum aculeatum | Clerodendrum bungei | Clerodendrum myricoides 'Ugandense' | Clerodendrum paniculatum | Clerodendrum philippinum | Clerodendrum speciosissimum | Clerodendrum thomsoniae | Clerodendrum trichotomum | Clerodendrum trichotomum var. fargesii | Clerodendrum x speciosum | Clethra the genus | Clethra alnifolia | Clethra arborea | Clethra barbinervis | Clethra delavayi | Clethra fargesii | Clethra monostachya | Cleyera the genus | Cleyera japonica 'Fortunei' | Clianthus the genus | Clianthus puniceus | Climacocystis borealis | Climacodon septentrionalis | 'Climbing American Beauty' | Climbing 'Celeste' | Climbing 'Mrs Henry Winnet' | 'Clio' | 'Clipper' | Clitocybe albirhiza | Clitocybe asterospora | Clitocybe avellaneialba | Clitocybe candida | Clitocybe clavipes | Clitocybe dealbata | Clitocybe dilatata | Clitocybe ditopus | Clitocybe ericetorum | Clitocybe fragrans | Clitocybe geotropa | Clitocybe gibba | Clitocybe houghtonii | Clitocybe hydrogramma | Clitocybe intermedia | Clitocybe nebularis | Clitocybe odora | Clitocybe phyllophila | Clitocybe rivulosa | Clitocybe robusta | Clitocybe sinopica | Clitocybe subalpina | Clitocybe subbulbipes | Clitocybe trullaeformis | Clitocybe truncicola | Clitocybe vibecina | Clitocybula familia | Clitopilus cretatus | Clitopilus prunulus | 'Clivia' | 'Clotilde Soupert' | 'Clytemnestra' | Clytostoma callistegioides | Cneorum tricoccon | Cobaea pringlei | Coccoloba uvifera | Cocculus laurifolius | Cocos nucifera | Cocotherina spisa | Codiaeum variegatum 'Punctatum Aureum' | Codiaeum variegatum 'Veitchii' | Cognac | 'Colcestria' | Coleonema album | Coleonema aspalathoides | 'Colette' | 'Colette Clémente' | 'Colibri' | 'Colibri' | 'Colleen' | Colletia the genus | Colletia hystrix 'Rosea' | Colletia paradox | Colletia ulicina | Colliguaja odorifera | Collybia acervata | Collybia alkalivirens | Collybia butyracea | Collybia confluens | Collybia confusa | Collybia distorta | Collybia dryophila | Collybia erythropus | Collybia fusipes | Collybia lentinoides | Collybia maculata | Collybia obscura | Collybia peronata | Collybia rancida | Collybia strictipes | Collybia tuberosa | 'Cologne' | 'Colonel Leclerc' | 'Colonel Nicolas Meyer' | 'Colonia' | 'Color Magic' | 'Colorama' | Colquhounia the genus | Colquhounia coccinea | Colquhounia coccinea var. vestita | Coltricia cinnamomea | Coltricia montagnei | Coltricia perennis | 'Columana' | 'Columbia' | 'Columbus' | Colutea the genus | Colutea arborescens | Colutea persica | Colutea x media | Combretum the genus | Combretum paniculatum | Comesperma confertum | 'Comice de Tarn-et-Garonne' | 'Command Performance' | 'Commandant Beaurepaire' | 'Commandant Letourneux' | 'Commandeur Jules Gravereaux' | 'Commonwealth Glory' | 'Communis' | 'Compassionate Friend' | 'Complicata' | 'Compte de Nanteuil' | 'Compte d'Epremesnil' | Comptonia peregrina | 'Comte Adrien de Germiny' | | 'Comte de Mortemart' | 'Comte de Paris' | 'Comte Foy' | ' | 'Comtesse Beatrix de Buisseret' | 'Comtesse Branicka' | 'Comtesse Cahen d'Anvers' | 'Comtesse Cécile de Chabrillant' | 'Comtesse d'Oxford' | 'Comtesse de Bresson' | 'Comtesse de Labarthe' | 'Comtesse de Lacépède' | 'Comtesse de Murinais' | 'Comtesse de Noghera' | 'Comtesse de Paris' | 'Comtesse Doria' | 'Comtesse du Cayla' | Comtesse Festectics Hamilton | 'Comtesse Festectics Hamilton' | 'Concerto' | 'Condesa de Sástago' | 'Confetti' | 'Confetti' | 'Confidence' | 'Congratulations' | Coniophora puteana | Conocybe filaris | Conocybe lactea | Conocybe ochracea | Conocybe percincta | Conocybe plumbeitincta | Conocybe pseudopilosella | Conocybe rickenii | Conocybe subovalis | Conocybe tenera | 'Conquerors Gold' | 'Conrad Ferdinand Meyer' | 'Conrad O'Neal' | 'Conservation' | 'Constance Finn' | | 'Constanze' | 'Contentment' | 'Contrast' | 'Contribute' | 'Contribute' | Convolvulus the genus | Convolvulus canariensis | Convolvulus cneorum | Convolvulus floridus | 'Cooper's Burmese' | 'Cooper's Burmese' | 'Copenhagen' | Copernica baileyana | Copernicia macroglossa | 'Coppélia 76' | 'Copper Delight' | 'Copper Pot' | Coprinopsis pseudonivea | Coprinus atramentarius | Coprinus comatus | Coprinus congregatus | Coprinus disseminatus | Coprinus domesticus | Coprinus impatiens | Coprinus lagopides | Coprinus lagopus | Coprinus macrocephalus | Coprinus micaceus | Coprinus narcoticus | Coprinus niveus | Coprinus pachyspermus | Coprinus picaceus | Coprinus plicatilis | Coprinus quadrifidus | Coprinus silvaticus | Coprosma the genus | Coprosma robusta | 'Coquet des Blanches' | 'Coquette des Blanches' | 'Cora' | 'Coral Bay' | 'Coral Border' | 'Coral Creeper' | 'Coral Dawn' | 'Coral Reef' | 'Coral Reef' | 'Coral Satin' | 'Coralie' | 'Coralie' | 'Corallina' | Cordia boissieri | Cordia sebestena | 'Cordon Rouge' | Cordyceps canadensis | Cordyceps capitata | Cordyceps militaris | Cordyline the genus | Cordyline australis | Cordyline australis 'Atropurpurea' | Cordyline australis 'Torbay Red' | Cordyline indivisa | Cordyline stricta | Cordyline terminalis | Coriaria the genus | Coriaria microphylla | Coriaria plumosa | Coriaria ruscifolia | Coriolellus albidus | Coriolus hirsutus | Coriolus versicolor | 'Corneboh' | 'Cornelia' | 'Cornet' | Cornus the genus | Cornus 'Eddie's White Wonder' | Cornus alba | Cornus alba 'Golden Ness' | Cornus alba 'Kesselringii' | Cornus alba 'Aurea' | Cornus alba 'Sibirica' | Cornus alternifolia | Cornus alternifolia 'Variegata' | Cornus asperifolia 'Drummondii' | Cornus canadensis | Cornus capitata | Cornus controversa | Cornus controversa 'Variegata' | Cornus florida | Cornus florida 'Tricolor' | Cornus florida 'Cherokee Chief' | Cornus florida f. rubra | Cornus kousa | Cornus kousa 'Snowboy' | Cornus kousa var. chinensis | Cornus mas | Cornus mas 'Aurea' | Cornus mas 'Variegata' | Cornus 'Norman Hadden' | Cornus nuttallii | Cornus officinalis | Cornus 'Ormonde' | Cornus sanguinea | Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire' | Cornus sericea 'Baileyi' | Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' | Corokia the genus | Corokia cotoneaster | Corokia macrocarpa | 'Coronation' | 'Coronation Gold' | 'Coronet' | Coronilla the genus | Coronilla emerus | Coronilla valentina | Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca | 'Corporal Johann Nagy' | Correa the genus | Correa 'Dusky Bells' | Correa 'Ivory Bells' | Correa 'Mannii' | Correa 'Marian's Marvel | Correa alba | Correa baeurlinii | Correa decumben | | Correa 'Poorinda Mary' | Correa pulchella | Correa reflexa | Correa schlectendalii | 'Corso' | Cortinarius alboviolaceus | Cortinarius alnetorum | Cortinarius amoenolens | Cortinarius annulatus | Cortinarius anomalus | Cortinarius armillatus | Cortinarius arvinaceus | Cortinarius azureovelatus | Cortinarius azureus | Cortinarius badius | Cortinarius balteato-cumatilis | Cortinarius balteatus | Cortinarius bivellus | Cortinarius bolaris | Cortinarius bulliardii | Cortinarius cacao-color | Cortinarius calochrous | Cortinarius caninus | Cortinarius caroviolaceus | Cortinarius causticus | Cortinarius cedretorum | Cortinarius cinnabarinus | Cortinarius cinnamomeobadius | Cortinarius cinnamomeus | Cortinarius collinitus | Cortinarius communis | Cortinarius corrugatus | Cortinarius corrugis | Cortinarius crassus | Cortinarius croceo-caeruleus | Cortinarius cyanites | Cortinarius decipiens | Cortinarius delibutus | Cortinarius dionysae | Cortinarius duracinus | Cortinarius elegantior | Cortinarius elegantissimus | Cortinarius elegantoides | Cortinarius evernius | Cortinarius flexipes | Cortinarius fraudulosus | Cortinarius fulvescens | Cortinarius gentilis | Cortinarius glaucopus | Cortinarius hemitrichus | Cortinarius herpeticus | Cortinarius hinnuleus | Cortinarius huronensis | Cortinarius huronensis var. olivaceus | Cortinarius incisus | Cortinarius incognitus | Cortinarius infractus | Cortinarius injucundus | Cortinarius iodes | Cortinarius laniger | Cortinarius largus | Cortinarius lilacinus | Cortinarius limonius | Cortinarius liquidus | Cortinarius malachius | Cortinarius malicorius | Cortinarius melinus | Cortinarius melliolens | Cortinarius mucifluus | Cortinarius mucosus | Cortinarius multiformis | Cortinarius obliquus | Cortinarius obtusus | Cortinarius olidus | Cortinarius oregonensis | Cortinarius osmophorus | Cortinarius pearsonii | Cortinarius percomis | Cortinarius phoeniceus | Cortinarius pholideus | Cortinarius pinicola | Cortinarius porphyropus | Cortinarius praestans | Cortinarius praestigiosus | Cortinarius privignoides | Cortinarius privignus | Cortinarius pseudoprivignus | Cortinarius pseudosalor | Cortinarius pseudotubarius | Cortinarius pulchellus | Cortinarius pulchrifolius | Cortinarius puniceus | Cortinarius purpurascens | Cortinarius rapaceus | Cortinarius raphnoides | Cortinarius rickenianus | Cortinarius rigidus | Cortinarius rubicundulus | Cortinarius rufo-olivaceus | Cortinarius sanguineus | Cortinarius saniosus | Cortinarius saturatus | Cortinarius scandens | Cortinarius scaurus | Cortinarius semisanguineus | Cortinarius sodagnitus | Cortinarius speciosissimus | Cortinarius sphaerosporus | Cortinarius splendens | Cortinarius squamulosus | Cortinarius subfulgens | Cortinarius subscaurus | Cortinarius subturbinatus | Cortinarius torvus | Cortinarius traganus | Cortinarius trivialis | Cortinarius tubarius | Cortinarius uliginosus | Cortinarius umbrinolens | Cortinarius variecolor | Cortinarius vibratilis | Cortinarius violaceus | Cortinarius volvatus | Cortinarius xanthocephalus | Corylopsis the genus | Corylopsis glabrescens | Corylopsis gotoana | Corylopsis pauciflora | Corylopsis sinensis | Corylopsis sinensis f. veitchiana | Corylopsis sinensis 'Spring Purple' | Corylopsis sinensis var. sinensis | | Corylopsis spicata | Corylopsis var. calvescens | | | | | | | | | 'Cosimo Ridolfi' | 'Cosmos' | 'Cossette' | Cote Jardins | Cotinus the genus | Cotinus coggygria | Cotinus coggygria 'Flame' | Cotinus coggygria 'Grace' | Cotinus coggygria 'Notcutt's Variety' | Cotinus obovatus | Cotoneaster the genus | Cotoneaster 'Gnom' | Cotoneaster 'Jeurgl' | Cotoneaster × watereri 'Pink Champagne' | Cotoneaster bullatus | Cotoneaster cochleatus | Cotoneaster conspicuus 'Decorus' | Cotoneaster franchetii | Cotoneaster frigidus | Cotoneaster frigidus 'Cornubia' | Cotoneaster horizontalis | Cotoneaster horizontalis 'Variegatus' | Cotoneaster 'Hybridus Pendulus' | Cotoneaster lacteus | Cotoneaster melanocarpus | Cotoneaster microphyllus | Cotoneaster 'Rothschildianus' | Cotoneaster salicifolius | Cotoneaster salicifolius 'Exburyensis' | Cotoneaster salicifolius var. floccosus | Cotoneaster serotinus | Cotoneaster simonsii | Cotoneaster sternianus | Cotoneaster x watereri | Cotoneaster x watereri 'Coral Bunch' | Cotoneaster x watereri 'John Waterer' | 'Cottage Rose' (Ausglisten) | Cotyledon the genus | Cotyledon orbiculata | 'Countess Celeste' | 'Country Dancer' | 'Country Living' (Auscountry) | 'Countrywoman' | 'Coup de Foudre' | 'Coupe d'Or' | 'Courage' | 'Courier' | 'Courvoisier' | 'Cousin Essie' | 'Coventry Cathedral' | Crambe strigosa | 'Cramoisi des Alpes' | 'Cramoisi Picoté' | 'Cramoisi Supérieur' | Crassula the genus | Crassula multicava | Crassula ovata | Crataegus the genus | Crataegus azarolus | Crataegus chlorosarca var. atrocarpa | Crataegus columbiana | Crataegus crus-galli | Crataegus douglasi | Crataegus laciniata | Crataegus laevigata | Crataegus laevigata 'Masekii' | Crataegus laevigata 'Paul's Scarlet' | Crataegus laevigata 'Punicea Flore Pleno' | Crataegus laevigata 'Rosea' | Crataegus mollis | Crataegus monogyna | Crataegus orientalis | Crataegus 'Palissii' | Crataegus pedicellata | Crataegus persimilis 'Prunifolia' | Crataegus phaenopyrum | Crataegus pseudomelanocarpa | Crataegus pubescens | Crataegus punctata var. aurea | Crataegus submollis | Crataegus succulenta var. macracantha | Crataegus x lavallei | Crataegus x prunifolia | Craterellus cinereus var. multiplex | Craterellus cornucopioides | Craterellus fallax | 'Crazy Quilt' | 'Cream Abundance' | 'Crème de la Crème' | Creolophus cirrhatus | Crepidotus applanatus | Crepidotus crocophyllus | Crepidotus herbarum | Crepidotus luteolus | Crepidotus mollis | Crepidotus variabilis | 'Crépuscule' | 'Cressida' (Auscress) | 'Crested Jewel' | 'Crested Sweetheart' | 'Crimson Blush' | 'Crimson Bouquet' | 'Crimson Cascade' | 'Crimson Conquest' | 'Crimson Conquest' | 'Crimson Floorshow' | 'Crimson Glory' | 'Crimson Midinette' | 'Crimson Queen' | 'Crimson Rambler' | 'Crimson Rambler' x 'Veilchenblau' | 'Crimson Rosette' | 'Crimson Velvet' | 'Crimson Wave' | Crinipellis zonata | Crinodendron the genus | Crinodendron hookerianum | Crinodendron patagua | 'Crock Ondiflor | 'Crocus Rose' (AUSquest) | 'Crocus Rose' (Ausquest) | Crossandra infundibuliformis | Crossandra pungens | Crotalaria agatiflora | Crotalaria capensis | Crotalaria laburnifolia subsp. laburnifolia | Crowea exalata | 'Crown of Gold' | 'Crown Prince' | 'Crown Princess Margareta' (Auswinter) | 'Crowning Glory' | Crucibulum laeve | Cryptocarya mackininiana | Cryptomeria the genus | Cryptomeria japonica | Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans' | Cryptomeria japonica 'Sekkan' | Cryptomeria japonica 'Compacta' | Cryptomeria japonica 'Globosa' | Cryptomeria japonica 'Yokohama' | Cryptostegia grandiflora | 'Crystal Palace' | 'Crystalline' | Cubana | Cudonia confusa | Cudoniella acicularis | Cudoniella clavus | 'Cuisse de Nymphe émue' | Cunninghamia the genus | Cunninghamia lanceolata | Cunninghamia lanceolata 'Bánó' | 'Cupcake' | Cuphea cyanea | Cuphea hyssopifolia | Cuphophyllus pratensis | Cuphophyllus russocoriaceus | 'Cupid' | 'Cupids Charm' | Cupressus the genus | Cupressus abramsiana | Cupressus arizonica | Cupressus arizonica var. nevadensis | Cupressus arizonica 'Pyramidalis' | Cupressus arizonica var. glabra | Cupressus cashmeriana | Cupressus funebris | Cupressus goveniana | Cupressus guadalupensis | Cupressus lusitanica | Cupressus macnabiana | Cupressus macrocarpa | Cupressus macrocarpa 'Conybearii' | Cupressus sempervirens | Cupressus sempervirens 'Swane's Gold' | Cupressus sempervirens var. dupreziana | Cupressus torulosa | 'Curiosity' | 'Curly Pink' | Cussonia sphaerocephala | 'Cuthbert Grant' | 'Cuthbert Grant' | Cuttsia viburnea | Cyathipodia corium | Cyathodes the genus | Cyathodes colensoi | Cyathus olla | Cyathus stercoreus | Cyathus striatus | Cycas the genus | Cycas revoluta | Cydonia the genus | Cydonia oblonga | Cydonia oblonga 'Lusitanica' | Cylindrobasidium evolvens | | 'Cymbeline' (Auslean) | 'Cynthia' | Cyphomandra crassicaulis | Cyptotrama chrysopeplum | Cystoderma amianthinum | Cystoderma cinnabarinum | Cystoderma fallax | Cystoderma granulosum | Cystolepiota adulterina | Cystolepiota bucknallii | Cystolepiota bucknallii | Cystolepiota rosea | Cystolepiota sistrata | Cystostereum murraii | Cytisus the genus | Cytisus × kewensis | Cytisus × praecox | Cytisus battandieri | Cytisus proliferus | Cytisus scoparius

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'D T Poulsen Improved' | Dacrydium the genus | Dacrydium cupressinum | Dacrydium franklinii | Dacrymyces palmatus | Dacrymyces stillatus | Daedalea quercina | Daedaleopsis confragosa | 'Dagmar Späth' | 'D'Aguesseau' | 'Daily Mail Scented Rose' | 'Dainty Bess' | 'Dainty Maid' | Dais cotinifolia | 'Daisy Hill' | Daldinia concentrica | Dalea bicolor | Dalea spinosa | 'Dame de Coeur' | 'Dame Edith Helen' | 'Dame of Sark' | 'Dame Prudence' | 'Dame Wendy' | 'Danaë' | Danae the genus | Danae racemosa | 'Daniel Lacombe' | 'Danish Gold' | 'Danmark' | 'Danny Boy' | 'Danse des Sylphes' | 'Danse du Feu' | 'Daphné' | Daphne the genus | Daphne bholua | Daphne bholua 'Alba' | Daphne bholua var. glacialis | Daphne collina | Daphne genkwa | Daphne gnidium | Daphne jezoensis | Daphne laureola | Daphne laureola subsp. philipp | | Daphne odora | Daphne odora 'Aureomarginata' | Daphne pontica | Daphne retusa | Daphne sericea | Daphne sureil | Daphne x burkwoodii 'Albert Burkwood' | Daphne x burkwoodii 'Somerset' | Daphne x houtteana | Daphne x mantensiana 'Manten' | Daphne x neapolitana | Daphniphyllum the genus | Daphniphyllum macropodum | 'Dapple Dawn' | 'Dapple Dawn' (Ausapple) | Darcey Bussell (Ausdecorum) | 'Darius' | 'Darius' | 'Darling' | 'Darling Flame' | Dart's Red Dot | 'Dart's Dash' | 'Dart's Defender' | Darwinia porteri | Dasylirion acrotrichum | Dasyscyphus virgineus | Datronia mollis | | 'David Thompson' | 'David Thompson' | Davidia involucrata | 'Dawn Chorus' | 'Dawson' | 'Dawson's Delight' | 'Day Dream' | 'Daybreak' | 'De Candolle' | 'De Candolle' | 'De la Grifferaie' | 'De la Grifferaie' | 'De Montarville' | 'Dean Collins' | 'Dearest' | 'Deborah Devonshire' | Debregeasia salicifolia | 'Debutante' | Decaisnea insignis | Deconica coprophila | Deconica muscorum | 'Décor' | 'Décor Arlequin' | 'Decorator' | Decumaria the genus | Decumaria barbara | Decumaria sinensis | 'Deep Purple' | 'Deep Secret' | Delambre | 'Delany Sisters' | 'Delbard' | 'Delbard's Orange Climber' | 'Delicata' | 'Delicia' | 'Delicious' | 'Della Balfour' | | Dendromecon the genus | Dendromecon harfordii | Dendromecon rigida | 'Denis Hélye' | 'Deringer Sommer' | 'Desert Peace' | Desfontainia spinosa | 'Desgaches' | 'Desire Bergera' | 'Desiree' | 'Désirée Parmentier' | Desmodium the genus | Desmodium praestans | Desmodium tiliaefolium | 'Deuil de Dunois' | 'Deuil de Paul Fontaine' | 'Deuil du Colonel Denfert' | 'Deuil du Dr Reynaud' | 'Deutsche Welle' | 'Deutsches Danzig' | Deutzia the genus | Deutzia calycosa | Deutzia compacta | Deutzia corymbosa | Deutzia discolor | Deutzia glauca | Deutzia glomeruliflora var. forrestiana | Deutzia gracilis | Deutzia longifolia | Deutzia monbeigii | Deutzia ningpoensis | Deutzia pilosa | Deutzia pulchra | Deutzia scabra | Deutzia scabra 'Candidissima' | Deutzia scabra 'Flore Pleno' | Deutzia setchuenensis | Deutzia setchuenensis var. corymbiflora | Deutzia x elegantissima' Rosealind' | Deutzia X hybrida 'Magician' | Deutzia x hybrida 'MontRose' | Deutzia x kalmiiflora | 'Devienne Lamy' | 'Devoniensis' | 'Diablotin' | 'Diabolo' | 'Diadem' | 'Diamantina' | 'Diamond Head'' | 'Diamond Jubilee' | 'Dian' | 'Diana Allen' | 'Diana Allen' | ' | Diatrype disciformis | Dichomitus campestris | Dichroa the genus | Dichroa febrifuga | 'Dick Koster' | Dicksonia the genus | Dicksonia antartica | Dicksonia squarrosa | Dictyophora duplicata | 'Die Spree' | Diervilla sessilifolia | 'Dinky' | Diospyros the genus | Diospyros glauca | Diospyros kaki | Diospyros lotus | Diospyros virginiana | Dipelta the genus | Dipelta yunnanensis | Dipteronia sinensis | 'Directeur Alphand' | 'Director Struve' | 'Direktor Hjelm' | 'Dirigent' | Disanthus the genus | Disanthus cercidifolius | Discaria chacaye | Discina perlata | Disciotis venosa | 'Disco' | 'Disco Dancer' | 'Distant Drums' | Distictis buccinatoria | Distictis laxiflora | Distylium racemosum | 'Dividend' | 'Docteur Baillon' | 'Docteur O'Donel Browne' | 'Doctor Dick' | 'Doctor Faust' | Dodonaea the genus | Dodonaea viscosa | Dodonea angustifolia | 'Dolce Vita' | 'Dollar-Rose' | 'Domaine de Courson' | Dombeya burgessiae | Dombeya cacuminum | Dombeya ianthotricha | 'Dometil Beccard' | 'Domstadt Fulda' | 'Don Bradman' | 'Don Juan' | 'Doña Sol' | 'Donau' | 'Donna Marie' | 'Doris Downs' | 'Doris Norman' | 'Dorloba' | 'Dorothy Goodwin' | 'Dorothy Howarth' | 'Dorothy Perkins' | 'Dorrit' | 'Doryanthes excelsa | 'Double Brique' | 'Double Delight' | 'Double Joy' | 'Double Treat' | 'Douglas Gandy' | 'Dove' (Ausdove) | 'Dr W Van Fleet' | 'Dr W VanFleet' | 'Dr A. Svehla' | 'Dr A. von Erlach' | 'Dr Albert Schweitzer' | 'Dr Andry' | 'Dr Cazeneuve' | 'Dr Eckener' | 'Dr Eileen O'Neil' | 'Dr Fleming' | 'Dr Georges Martin' | 'Dr Grill' | 'Dr Harry Upsall' | 'Dr Helfferich' | 'Dr Herbert Gray' | 'Dr Huey' | 'Dr Ing H Blohm' | 'Dr K C Chan' | 'Dr Karel Kramar' | 'Dr Lande' | 'Dr Nicolas Welter' | 'Dr Reymont' | 'Dr Robert Korns' | 'Dr Zamenhof' | 'Dr. Jackson' (Ausdoctor) | 'Dr. Marx' | Dracaena draco | Dracophyllum townsonii | 'Dream' | 'Dream Weaver' | 'Dreamglo' | 'Dreaming Spires' | Dregea sinensis | 'Dresden Doll' | Drimys the genus | Drimys lanceolata | Drimys winteri | 'Drummer Boy' | Dryandra formosa | 'Dublin' | 'Dublin Bay' | 'Duc d'Angoulême' | 'Duc d'Anjou' | 'Duc de Bordeaux' | 'Duc de Cambridge' | 'Duc de Constantine' | 'Duc de Crillon' | 'Duc de Fitzjames' | 'Duc de Guiche' | 'Duc d'Harcourt' | 'Ducher' | 'Duchess' | 'Duchess of Connaught' | 'Duchess of Fife' | 'Duchess of Portland ' | 'Duchess of Sutherland' | 'Duchesse d'Abrantes' | 'Duchesse d'Angoulême' | 'Duchesse d'Aoste' | 'Duchesse d'Auerstädt' | 'Duchesse de Berry' | 'Duchesse de Bragance' | 'Duchesse de Buccleugh' | 'Duchesse de Cambacérès' | 'Duchesse de Dino' | 'Duchesse de Galliera' | 'Duchesse de Montebello' | 'Duchesse de Morny' | 'Duchesse de Rohan' | 'Duchesse de Vallombrosa' | 'Duchesse de Verneuil' | 'Duftrausch' | 'Duhamel Dumoneau' | 'Duke of Edinburgh' | 'Duke of Teck' | 'Duke of Wellington' | 'Duke of Windsor' | 'Duke of York' | 'Dumortier' | 'Dunwich Rose' | 'Duplex' | 'Dupontii' | 'Dupuy Jamain' | Duranta erecta | Durch Provence | 'Dusky Maiden' | 'Dusterlöhe' | 'Dutch Gold' | 'Dynamite' | Dypsis decaryi

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'E. P. H. Kingma' | 'Earl Haig' | 'Earl of Gosford' | 'Earl of Pembroke' | 'Earth Song' | 'Earthquake' | 'Easlea's Golden Rambler' | 'Easy Going' | Ebenus cretica | 'Eblouissant' | Eccremocarpus scaber | Echinocactus grusonii | Echinocereus engelmannii | Echinocereus triglochidiatus | Echinodontium tinctorium | Echinopsis the genus | Echinopsis pasacana | Echinopsis tarijensis | Echinopsis terscheckii | Echium the genus | Echium aculeatum | Echium callithyrsum | Echium candicans | Echium leucophaeum | Echium nervosum | Echium pininana | Echium virescens | Echium wildpretii | Echium x scilloniense | 'Echo' | 'Eclair' | 'Eclaireur' | 'Eclipse' | 'Eddie's Crimson' | 'Eddie's Jewel' | | 'Eden Rose' | 'Eden Rose' | 'Edgar Andreu' | Edgeworthia the genus | Edgeworthia chrysantha 'Red Dragon' | Edgworthia chrysantha | 'Edith de Murat' | 'Edith Schurr' | 'Editor McFarland' | 'Editor Stewart' | 'Edmond Proust' | 'Edmond Proust' | 'Edna Walling Rose' | 'Eduard Schill' | 'Edward Hyams' | 'Effekt ' | 'Eglantine' | 'Eglantyne' (Ausmak) | Ehretia the genus | Ehretia acuminata | Ehretia dicksonii | 'Eiffel Tower' | 'Eisenach' | 'El Capitan' | Elaeagnus the genus | Elaeagnus angustifolia | Elaeagnus commutata | Elaeagnus macrophylla | Elaeagnus parvifolia | Elaeagnus pungens | Elaeagnus 'Quicksilver' | Elaeagnus x ebbingii 'Gilt Edge' | Elaeocarpus decipiens | Elaeocarpus grandis | 'Elaine Holman ' | Elaphomyces muricatus | 'Elbeglut' | 'Electra' | 'Electron' | 'Elegance' | Eleutherococcus the genus | Eleutherococcus divaricatus | Eleutherococcus gracilistylus | Eleutherococcus setchuensis | Eleutherococcus sieboldianus 'Variegatus' | 'Elfenreigen' | 'Elfinglo' | 'Elisa Boelle' | 'élise Rovella' | 'Eliska Krasnohorska' | 'Elizabath of Glamis' | 'Elizabeth Vigneron' | 'Elizabeth Frankhauser' | 'Elizabeth Harkness' | 'Elizabeth Harkness' | 'Elizabeth of Glamis' | 'Elizabeth Taylor' | 'Elle' | 'Ellen' (Auscup) | 'Ellen Poulsen Iysrosa' | 'Ellen Poulson' | 'Ellen Wilmott' | 'Ellie Beauvillain' | 'Elmhurst' | 'Elmshorn' | 'Elsa Knoll' | 'Else Poulsen' | 'Elveshörn' | Embothrium the genus | Embothrium coccineum | Embothrium coccineum 'Norquinco Valley' | 'Emil Nolde' | 'Emilie Verachter' | 'Emily' (Ausburton) | 'Emily Gray' | 'Emily Laxton' | 'Emmanuella de Mouchy' | 'Emmie Gray' | 'Emotion' | 'Empereur du Maroc' | 'Emperor' | Empetrum nigrum | 'Empress of China' | 'Ena Harkness' | Encelia farinosa | Encephalartos hildebrantii | Encephalartos horridus | 'Encore' | Endoptychum agaricoides | 'English Elegance' (Ausleaf) | 'English Garden' (Ausbuff) | 'English Miss' | 'English Sonnet' | 'English Sonnet' | 'Enid' | Enkianthus the genus | Enkianthus campanulatus | Enkianthus cernuus f. rubens | Enkianthus chinensis | Enkianthus perulatus | Ensete ventricosum | Entelia arborescens | Entoloma abortivum | Entoloma alboumbonatum | Entoloma aprile | Entoloma clypeatum | Entoloma euchroum | Entoloma griseum | Entoloma incanum | Entoloma lazulinum | Entoloma murraii | Entoloma nidorosum | Entoloma rhodopolium | Entoloma salmoneum | Entoloma saundersii | Entoloma sericellum | Entoloma serrulatum | Entoloma sinuatum | Entoloma strictipes | Entoloma trachyospermum var. purpureoviolaceum | Epacris the genus | Epacris impressa | Epacris longiflora | Ephedra the genus | Ephedra equisetina | | Epigaea the genus | Epigaea repens | 'Epoca' | Ercilla volubilis | Eremophila alternifolia | Eremophila glabra | Eremophila laanii 'Rodger's Pink' | Eremophila nivea | Eremophila youngii | Erica the genus | Erica × darleyensis 'Arthur Johnson' | Erica × darleyensis 'Furzey' | Erica × darleyensis 'Jenny Porter' | Erica × darleyensis 'Kramer's Rote' | Erica × darleyensis 'Mary Helen' | Erica × darleyensis 'Silberschmelze' | Erica × darleyensis 'White Perfection' | Erica annectens | Erica arborea | Erica arborea 'Alpina' | Erica australis | Erica bauera | Erica canaliculata | Erica carnea 'Ice Princess' | Erica carnea 'Natalie' | Erica carnea 'Winter Sun' | Erica cerinthoides | Erica ciliaris | Erica cinerea | Erica cubica | Erica curviflora | Erica daphniflora | Erica densifolia | Erica discolor | Erica erigena | Erica glauca var. elegans | Erica hebecalyx | Erica holosericea | Erica longifolia | Erica lusitanica | Erica melanthera | Erica patersonia | Erica pectinifolia | Erica plukeneti | Erica sparrmanii | Erica terminalis | Erica tetralix | Erica vagans | Erica ventricosa | Erica versicolor | Erica vestita | Erica x veitchii | 'Erin Fleming' | 'Erinnerung an Brod' | 'Erinnerung an Brod' | 'Erinnerung an Schloss Scharfenstein' | Eriobotrya the genus | Eriobotrya japonica | 'Ernest Dechant' | 'Ernest H. Morse' | 'Ernest Morel' | Ernest Morel Sang | 'Ernst G. Dörell' | 'Ernst Hempel' | Erysimum bicolor | Erythrina the genus | Erythrina acanthocarpa | Erythrina caffra | Erythrina crista-galli | Erythrina edulis | Erythrina herbacea | Erythrina latissima | Erythrina livingstoniana | Erythrina lysistemon | Erythrina vespertilio | Erythrina Xsykesii | Escallonia 'Langleyensis' | Escallonia the genus | Escallonia 'Apple Blossom' | Escallonia bifida | Escallonia 'Crimson Spire | Escallonia 'Donard Beauty' | Escallonia 'Donard Radiance' | Escallonia 'Donard Seedling' | Escallonia illinita var. pulverulenta | Escallonia 'Iveyi' | Escallonia 'Red Elf' | Escallonia rosea | Escallonia rubra | Escallonia 'Slieve Donard' | Escallonia tucumanensis | Escallonia virgata | Escallonia 'William Watson' | Escallonia x exoniensis | 'Escapade' | 'Esmeralda' | 'Essex' | 'Esther' | 'Esther's Baby' | 'Etain' | 'Etendard' | 'Eterna' | 'Eternal Youth' | 'Ethel' | 'Ethel Somerset' | 'Etienne Levet' | 'Etoile de France' | 'Etoile de Hollande' | 'étoile de Hollande' | 'étoile de Lyon' | 'Etoile de Portugal' | 'Etoile Luisante' | étude | Eucalyptus the genus | Eucalyptus aggregata | Eucalyptus albopurpurea | Eucalyptus archeri | Eucalyptus blakelyi | Eucalyptus caesia | Eucalyptus camaldulensis | Eucalyptus canaliculata | Eucalyptus cephalocarpa | Eucalyptus cinerea | Eucalyptus coccifera | Eucalyptus comphocephala | Eucalyptus cordata | Eucalyptus cosmophylla | Eucalyptus dalyrympleana | Eucalyptus dielsii | Eucalyptus diptera | Eucalyptus diversicolor | Eucalyptus dunnii | Eucalyptus erythrocorys | Eucalyptus fasciculosa | Eucalyptus fastigata | Eucalyptus fibrosa | Eucalyptus ficifolia | Eucalyptus gillii | Eucalyptus glaucescens | Eucalyptus globulus | Eucalyptus globulus ssp. maidenii | Eucalyptus gomphocephala | Eucalyptus grandis | Eucalyptus gunnii | Eucalyptus incrassata var incrassata | Eucalyptus lacrimans | Eucalyptus laeliae | Eucalyptus landsdowneana | Eucalyptus leucoxylon | Eucalyptus leucoxylon subsp. megalocarpa | Eucalyptus macarthurii | Eucalyptus macrocarpa | Eucalyptus maculata | Eucalyptus mannifera ssp. mannifera | Eucalyptus melliodora | Eucalyptus neglecta | Eucalyptus nitens | Eucalyptus nitida | Eucalyptus ovata | Eucalyptus parvula | Eucalyptus pauciflora sbsp. debeuzeville | Eucalyptus pauciflora subsp. niphophila | Eucalyptus perriniana | Eucalyptus polyanthemos | Eucalyptus propinqua | Eucalyptus punctata | Eucalyptus radiata | Eucalyptus resinifera | Eucalyptus rubida | Eucalyptus rudis | Eucalyptus saligna | Eucalyptus scoparia | Eucalyptus sideroxylon | Eucalyptus subcrenulata | Eucalyptus urnigera | Eucalyptus viminalis | Eucalyptus viridis | Eucommia the genus | Eucommia ulmoides | Eucryphia the genus | Eucryphia cordifolia | Eucryphia glutinosa | Eucryphia glutinosa double form | Eucryphia lucida | Eucryphia milliganii | Eucryphia moorei | Eucryphia x intermedia | Eucryphia x intermedia 'Rostrevor' | Eucryphia x nymansensis 'Nymansay' | 'Eugene Appert' | | 'Eugene Fürst' | 'Eugène Verdier' | 'Eugénie Guinoiseau' | 'Eulalie Lebrun' | Euodia daniellii | Euonymus the genus | Euonymus alatus | Euonymus alatus 'Compactus' | Euonymus bungeanus | Euonymus cornutus var. quinquecornutus | Euonymus europaeus | Euonymus europaeus 'Red Cascade' | Euonymus fortunei | Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald 'n' Gold' | Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' | Euonymus fortunei 'Gracilis' | Euonymus fortunei 'Sheridan Gold' | Euonymus fortunei 'Silver Queen' | Euonymus grandiflorus | Euonymus hamiltonianus | Euonymus hamiltonianus | Euonymus japonicus | Euonymus japonicus 'Albomarginatus' | Euonymus japonicus 'Aureus' | Euonymus japonicus 'Latifolius Albomarginatus' | Euonymus japonicus 'Microphyllus' | Euonymus japonicus 'Ovatus aureus' | Euonymus japonicus 'President Gauthier' | Euonymus latifolius | Euonymus macropterus | | Euonymus oxyphyllus | Euonymus phellomanus | Euonymus planipes | Euonymus verrucosus | Eupatorium ligustrinum | Eupatorium sordidum | Euphorbia ingens | Euphorbia the genus | Euphorbia acanthothamnos | Euphorbia atropurpurea | Euphorbia balsamifera | Euphorbia bravoana | Euphorbia dendroides | Euphorbia fulgens | Euphorbia glauca | Euphorbia hierosolymitana | Euphorbia hislopii | Euphorbia lambii | Euphorbia lophogona | Euphorbia mellifera | Euphorbia milii | Euphorbia milii var. breoni | Euphorbia milii var. lutea | Euphorbia milii var. tananarivae | Euphorbia pulcherrima | Euphorbia pulcherrima 'Double Form' | Euphorbia pulcherrima 'Marbella' | Euphorbia pulcherrima 'Maren' | Euphorbia pulcherrima 'Pegirl' | Euphorbia pulcherrima 'Red Sails' | Euphorbia pulcherrima 'Top White' | Euphorbia x pasteurii | Euphorbia xanthi | 'Euphrates' | 'Euphrates' | Euptelea the genus | Euptelea pleiosperma | Euptelea polyandra | 'Eurorose' | 'Eurostar' | Eurya the genus | Eurya japonica | Euryops the genus | Euryops acraeus | Euryops pectinatus | Euryops virgineus | 'Euterpe' | 'Eutin' | 'Eva' | 'Eva de Grossouvre' | 'Evangeline' | 'Evard Ketten' | 'Evelyn' (Aussaucer) | 'Evelyn Fison' | 'Evening Star' | 'Everest' | 'Everest Double Fragrance' | 'Evita' | Evolvulus pilosus | Evolvulus pilosus 'Blue Daze' | 'Excellenz Kuntze' | 'Excellenz von Schubert' | 'Excelsa' | Exidia glandulosa | Exobasidium vaccinii | Exochorda the genus | Exochorda albertii | Exochorda giraldii var. wilsonii | Exochorda serratifolia | Exochorda x macrantha 'The Bride' | 'Exploit' | 'Eye Opener' | 'Eyecatcher' |

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| 'Fabergé' | Fabiana the genus | Fabiana imbricata | 'Fabulous' | 'Fabvier' | Fagus the genus | Fagus crenata | Fagus engleriana | Fagus grandiflora | Fagus orientalis | Fagus sylvatica | Fagus sylvatica 'Asplenifolia' | Fagus sylvatica Atropurpurea Group | Fagus sylvatica 'Aurea Pendula' | Fagus sylvatica 'Black Swan' | Fagus sylvatica 'Dawyk' | Fagus sylvatica 'Pendula' | 'Faint Heart' | 'Fair Bianca' (Ausca) | 'Fairlane' | 'Fairlie Rede' | 'Fairlie Rede' | FAIRMOUNT MEMORY | 'Fairy Dance' | 'Fairy Floss' | 'Fairy Moss' x 'Old Master' | 'Fairyland' | 'Fairyland' | 'Faithful' | Fallopia the genus | Fallopia aubertii | Fallopia baldschuanica | | 'Fame!' | 'Fandango' | 'Fandango' | 'Fanny Essler' | 'Fanny Pavetot' | 'Fantan' | Fargesia murielae | Fargesia nitida | 'Fascination' | 'Fashion' | 'Fatinitza' | Fatsia the genus | Fatsia japonica | Fatsia 'Variegata' | Faurea saligna | 'Favori' | 'Feeling' | 'Felberg's Rosa Druschki' | 'Felicia' | Felicia petiolata | 'Felicitas' | 'Félicité Bohan' | 'Félicité et Perpétue' | 'Félicité Parmentier' | 'Felidae' | 'Fellenberg' | 'Fellowship' | 'Femina' | 'Fen Zhuang Lou' | Fendlera wrightii | 'Ferdinand Chaffolte' | 'Ferdinand de Lesseps' | 'Ferdinand Pichard' | Ferdy | 'Fernand Arles' | 'Fernande Krier' | Ferocactus cylindraceus | Ferocactus peninsulae | 'Ferry Porsche' | 'Fervid' | 'Festival Fanfare' | 'Festival Pink' | 'Feu Joseph Looymans' | 'Feuerball' | 'Fiamma-Nera' | Ficus the genus | Ficus aspera 'Parcellii' | Ficus auriculata | Ficus barteri | Ficus benghalensis | Ficus benjamina 'Pandora' | Ficus benjamina 'Starlight' | Ficus benjamina var. nuda | Ficus carica | Ficus carica 'Brown Turkey' | Ficus carica 'White Marseilles' | Ficus elastica | Ficus elastica 'Robusta' | Ficus lyrata | Ficus macrophylla | Ficus microcarpa | Ficus pumila | Ficus pumila 'Bellus' | Ficus pumila 'Sonny' | Ficus religiosa | Ficus thonnongii | Ficus virens | 'Fidélio' | 'Fiesta' | 'Fiesta Ruby' | 'Figaro' | 'Fimbriata' | 'Financial Times Centenary' (Ausfin) | 'Finstar' | 'Fintona' | 'Fiona' | 'Fiona's Wish' | 'Firefall 'Climbing | Firmiana simplex | 'First Edition' | 'First Kiss' | 'First Light' | 'First Prize' | First Prize Climbing | 'Fisher Holmes' | 'Fisherman's Friend' (Auschild) | Fistulina hepatica | Fitzroya the genus | Fitzroya cupressoides | 'Flame Dance' | 'Flamendr' | 'Flaming Beauty' | 'Flaming Star' | 'Flaming Sunset' | 'Flamingo' | 'Flamingo' | Flammulina velutipes | 'Flash' | Flavoscypha cantharella | 'Fleur Cowles' | 'Fleur de Pelletier' | Flindersia australis | Flocculina granulosa | 'Flocon de Neige' | 'Flora' | 'Flora Danica' | 'Flora McIvor' | 'Floradora' | 'Flower Carpet' | 'Flower Girl' | 'Flower of Fairfield' | 'Flower Power' | 'Flushing Meadow' | Flutterbye | 'Flying Colours' | 'Focus' | 'Focus' | 'Foliacée' | 'Folklore' | 'Folle Courtisane' | 'Follette' | Fomes fomentarius | Fomitopsis cajanderi | Fomitopsis pinicola | 'Fond Memories' | Fontanesia the genus | Fontanesia fortunei | Fontanesia phillyreoides | 'Fontanieres' | 'Forgotten Dreams' | 'Forst' | 'Forstmeister Heim' | 'Forstmeisters Heim' | Forsythia the genus | Forsythia 'Beatrix Farrand' | Forsythia 'Bronxensis' | Forsythia giraldiana | Forsythia 'Goldzauber' | Forsythia 'Karl Sax' | Forsythia koreana | Forsythia 'Lynwood' | Forsythia ovata | Forsythia suspensa | Forsythia x intermedia 'Densiflora' | Forsythia x intermedia 'Spectabilis' | 'Fortune's Double Yellow' | Fortunella the genus | Fortunella 'Fukushu' | Fortunella japonica | Fortunella margarita 'Nagami' | 'Fortune's Double Yellow' | 'Fortune's Five-Colored Rose' | 'Fortuniana' | Fothergilla the genus | Fothergilla gardenii | Fothergilla 'Huntsman' | Fothergilla major | 'Fountain' | 'Fountain Square' | Fouquieria the genus | Fouquieria splendens | FOUR INCH HEELS | 'Fragrant Cloud' | 'Fragrant Delight' | 'Fragrant Lace' | 'Fragrant Plum' | 'Francesca' | 'Francine' | 'Francine Austin' (Ausram) | 'Francis Dubreuil' | 'Francis E Lester' | 'Francisco Curbera' | 'François Arago' | 'Francois Foucard' | 'François Guillot' | 'François Juranville' | 'François Poisson' | 'Françoise Coppée' | 'Francoise Drion' | 'Frankfurt am Main' | Franklinia altamaha | 'Frau Albert Hochstrasser' | 'Frau Anna Lautz' | Frau Astrid Späth | 'Frau Astrid Späth' Climbing | 'Frau Burgemeister Kirschstein' | 'Frau Cecilie Walter' | 'Frau Dr Hooftman' | 'Frau Dr Schricker' | 'Frau Eva Schubert' | 'Frau Helene Videnz' | 'Frau Hugo Lauster' | 'Frau Liesel Brauer' | 'Frau Liesel Brauer' | 'Frau Marie Weinbach' | 'Frau O. Plegg' | 'Frau Oberhofgartner Schulze' | 'Frau Professor Grischko' | 'Frau Sophie Meyerholz' | 'Fräuline Octavia Hesse' | Fraxinus the genus | Fraxinus americana | Fraxinus angustifolia | Fraxinus angustifolia 'Raywood' | Fraxinus bungeana | Fraxinus excelsior | Fraxinus excelsior forma diversifolia | Fraxinus excelsior 'Pendula' | Fraxinus latifolia | Fraxinus latifolia | Fraxinus mariesii | Fraxinus ornus | Fraxinus pennsylvanica | Fraxinus sieboldiana | Fraxinus sikkimensis | Fraxinus uhdei | Fraxinus velutina | 'Freckles' | 'Fred Cramphorn' | 'Fred Edmunds' | 'Fred Howard' | 'Fred Loads' | 'Fredensborg' | 'Frédéric II' | 'Frederic S. Peck' | 'Frederiksborg' | 'Frederyk Chopin' | 'Freedom' | 'Fregate' | 'Freifrau Ida von Schubert' | 'Freifrau van Marschall' | | Fremontodendron the genus | Fremontodendron californicum | Fremontodendron decumbens | Fremontodendron mexicanum | 'French Lace' | 'Frensham' | 'Frensham's Companion' | 'Fresh Cream' | 'Freude' | 'Freund Pilz' | 'Freya' | Freylinia lanceolata | 'Friedrich Alfred Krupp' | 'Friend for Life' | 'Friendship' | 'Frine' | 'Fritz Nobis' | 'Frolic' | 'Frontenac' | 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup' | 'Frühlingsschnee' | 'Frülingsgold' | 'Frülingsmorgen' | 'Frülingszauber' | 'Frulnge' | Fuchsia the genus | Fuchsia 'Checkerboard' | Fuchsia 'Lechlade Gorgon' | Fuchsia 'Speciosa' | Fuchsia 'Alice Hoffman' | Fuchsia 'Annabelle' | Fuchsia arborescens | Fuchsia 'Beacon Rosa' | Fuchsia boliviana | Fuchsia 'Bon Accord' | Fuchsia 'Brighton Belle' | Fuchsia 'C. J. Howlett' | Fuchsia 'Carmel Blue' | Fuchsia 'Cascade' | Fuchsia 'Celia Smedley' | Fuchsia 'Chaos' | Fuchsia 'Checkerboard' | Fuchsia 'Chillerton Beauty' | Fuchsia 'Cliff's Hardy' | Fuchsia coccinea | Fuchsia 'Corallina' | Fuchsia 'Cotton Candy' | Fuchsia cylindracea | Fuchsia 'Daisy Bell' | Fuchsia 'Dancing Flame' | Fuchsia denticulata | Fuchsia 'Dirk van Deelen' | Fuchsia 'Dominyana' | Fuchsia 'Eva Boerg' | Fuchsia excorticata | Fuchsia 'Florabelle' | Fuchsia fulgens | Fuchsia fulgens 'Rubra Grandiflora' | Fuchsia 'Gartenmeister Bonstedt' | Fuchsia 'Genii' | Fuchsia 'Golden La Campanelle' | Fuchsia hartwegii | Fuchsia 'Haute Cuisine' | Fuchsia 'Howletts Hardy' | Fuchsia 'Jack Shahan' | Fuchsia 'Jim Coleman' | Fuchsia 'Jomam' | Fuchsia 'Koralle' | Fuchsia 'Lady Thumb' | Fuchsia 'Lechlade Apache' | Fuchsia 'Lee Anthony' | Fuchsia 'Leverhulme' | Fuchsia 'Linda Golding' | Fuchsia 'Lord Londsdale' | Fuchsia loxensis | Fuchsia lycioides | Fuchsia magellanica | Fuchsia magellanica 'Aurea' | Fuchsia magellanica 'Comber' | Fuchsia magellanica 'Tricolor' | Fuchsia magellanica var. conica | Fuchsia magellanica var. discolor | Fuchsia magellanica var. macrostema | Fuchsia magellanica var. molinae 'Sharpitor' | Fuchsia magellanica 'Variegata' | Fuchsia 'Mazda' | Fuchsia megellanica var. molinae | Fuchsia microphylla subsp. microphylla | Fuchsia minimiflora | Fuchsia 'Mme Cornellissen' | Fuchsia 'Mrs Lovell Swisher' | Fuchsia 'Mrs Popple' | Fuchsia 'Mrs W Rundle' | Fuchsia 'My Dear' | Fuchsia 'Orange Mirage' | Fuchsia 'Orient Express' | Fuchsia 'Pan' | Fuchsia 'Pee Wee Rose' | Fuchsia 'Peter Crooks' | Fuchsia 'Pink Cloud' | Fuchsia 'Pink Fantasia' | Fuchsia 'Pink Galore' | Fuchsia 'Pink Lace' | Fuchsia 'Pixie' | Fuchsia procumbens | Fuchsia 'Pumila' | Fuchsia 'Purple Splendour' | Fuchsia 'Red Spider' | Fuchsia 'Red Star' | Fuchsia regia | Fuchsia 'Riccartonii' | Fuchsia 'Roos Breytenbach' | Fuchsia 'Rose of Denmark' | Fuchsia 'Roy Walker' | Fuchsia 'Ruddigore' | Fuchsia 'Ruth' | Fuchsia 'Sealand Prince' | Fuchsia 'Sleepy' | Fuchsia splendens | Fuchsia splendens 'Karl Hartweg' | Fuchsia 'Susan Travis' | Fuchsia 'Swanley Yellow' | Fuchsia 'Thalia' | Fuchsia 'Thomsanii' | Fuchsia 'Thornley's Hardy' | Fuchsia 'Tom Thumb' | Fuchsia 'Tresco' | Fuchsia 'Troica' | Fuchsia vulcanica | Fuchsia 'Wedding Bells' | Fuchsia 'Whiteknight's Amethyst' | Fuchsia 'Winston Churchill' | 'Fugue' | 'Fulton Mackay' | 'Funkuhr' | Furcraea bedingshausii | 'Fürstein von Pless' | Fuscoboletinus aeruginascens | Fuscoboletinus ochraceoroseus | 'Futtacker Schlingrose' | 'Futura'

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'G. F. Veronica' | 'Gabriel Noyelle' | 'Gail Borden' | GAINESVILLE GARNET | Galerina autumnalis | Galerina cinctula | Galerina mniophila | Galerina mycenopsis | Galerina pallidispora | Galerina phillipsii | 'Galina' | Galphimia glauca | Galvesia speciosa | 'Galway Bay' | Ganoderma adspersum | Ganoderma applanatum | Ganoderma lucidum | Ganoderma oregonense | Ganoderma resinaceum | Ganoderma tsugae | 'Garden Glory' | 'Garden Party' | 'Garden Party' | 'Gardenia' | Gardenia the genus | Gardenia augusta | Gardenia augusta 'Veitchii' | Gardenia thubergia | 'Garibaldi' | 'Garisenda' | Garrya elliptica | 'Gartendirektor Julius Schutze' | 'Gartenzauber' | 'Gartnerfreude' | 'Gaston Chandon' | 'Gaujard 985' | Gaultheria the genus | Gaultheria hookeri | Gaultheria mucronata | | Gaultheria procumbens | Gaultheria shallon | 'Gay Princess' | 'Gay Vista' | 'Gay Vista' | 'Gay Vista' | 'Géant des Batailles' | Geastrum coronatum | Geastrum floriforme | Geastrum fornicatum | Geastrum nanum | Geastrum pectinatum | Geastrum quadrifidum | Geastrum rufescens | Geastrum saccatum | Geastrum sessile | Geastrum triplex | 'Geisha' | 'Geisha' | 'Gem of the Prairies' | 'Gemini' | 'Gene Boerner' | 'General Allard' | 'Général duc d'Aumale' | 'Général Galliéni' | 'Général Jacqueminot' | 'General John Pershing' | 'Général Kléber' | 'General MacArthur' | 'General MacArthur' Climbing | 'Général Schablikine' | 'General Testard' | 'General Th. Peschkoff' | 'Général Washington' | 'Générale Marie Raiesky' | Genista the genus | Genista aetnensis | Genista cinerea | Genista florida | Genista hispanica | Genista lydia | Genista pilosa | Genista radiata | Genista tenera | 'Gentiliana' | Gentle Hermione (Ausrumba) | 'Gentle Persuasion' | 'Gentle Touch' | | Geoglossum cookeianum | Geoglossum difforme | 'Georg Arends' | 'Georg Geuder' | 'George C. Waud' | 'George Cuvier' | 'George Dickson' | 'Georges Clemenceau' | 'Georges Vibert' | 'Georgetown Tea' | 'Georgette' | 'Georgia' | 'Geraldine' | 'Gerbe Rose' | 'Germanica' | Gerronema chrysophylla | Gerronema strombodes | | 'Gertrude Raffel' | 'Geschwind's Nordlandrose' | 'Geschwind's Nordlandrose II' | 'Geschwind's Orden' | 'Geschwind's Schönste' | Gevuina avellana | 'Ghislaine de Feligonde' | 'Giant Pink' | 'Gift of Life' | 'Giggles' | 'Gilda' | 'Gilda' | 'Gilda' | 'Ginger' | 'Ginger Rogers' | 'Gingersnap' | Ginkgo biloba | 'Ginrei' | 'Gipsy Boy' | 'Gipsy Boy' | 'Girl Scout' | 'Girona' | 'Giuletta' | 'Givenchy' | 'Gladsome' | 'Gladys Benskin' | | 'Glarona' | 'Glastonbury' | Gleditsia the genus | Gleditsia caspica | Gleditsia sinensis | Gleditsia triacanthos | Gleditsia triacanthos 'Sunburst' | 'Glenara' | 'Glendora' | 'Glenfiddich' | 'Glengarry' | 'Glenn Dale' | 'Gletscher' | 'Gletscherfee' | Gloeophyllum protractum | Gloeophyllum sepiarium | Gloeoporus dichrous | 'Gloire de Chédane-Guinoisseau' | 'Gloire de Dijon' | 'Gloire de Dijon' | 'Gloire de Ducher' | 'Gloire de Guilan' | 'Gloire de Margottin' | 'Gloire des Mousseux' | 'Gloire des Polyantha' | 'Gloire des Rosomanes' | 'Gloire d'Orient' | 'Gloire d'un Enfant d'Hiram' | 'Gloire Lyonnaise' | 'Glory Days' | 'Glowing Amber' | 'Glowing Peace' | Gnidia squarrosa | 'Gnom' | 'Godstowe Girl' | 'Goethe' | 'Gold Badge' Climbing | GOLD BLUSH | 'Gold Bunny' | 'Gold Bunny' Climbing | 'Gold Dot' | 'Gold Medal' | 'Gold Mine' | 'Gold Reef' | 'Gold Rojie' | 'Gold Symphonie' | 'Goldbusch' | 'Golden Autumn' | 'Golden Border' | 'Golden Celebration' (Ausgold) | 'Golden Chersonese' | 'Golden Dawn' | 'Golden Fleece' | 'Golden Future' Climbing | 'Golden Gardens' | 'Golden Giant' | 'Golden Glow' | 'Golden Harvest' | 'Golden Holstein' | 'Golden Jubilee' | 'Golden Masterpiece' | 'Golden Moss' | | 'Golden Queen' | 'Golden Rain' | 'Golden Scepter' | 'Golden Septer' | 'Golden Shot' | 'Golden Showers' | 'Golden Sun' | 'Golden Trust' | 'Golden Unicorn' | 'Golden Vision' | 'Golden Vision' | 'Golden Wave' | 'Golden Wedding' | 'Golden Wedding Anniversary' | 'Golden Wings' | 'Golden Years' | 'Goldene Aue' | 'Goldene Druschki' | 'Goldfinch' | 'Goldika' | 'Goldilocks' | 'Goldmarie' (1958) Sangerhausen | 'Goldmarie 82' | 'Goldquelle' | 'Goldstern' | 'Goldtopas' | Gomphidius glutinosus | Gomphidius maculatus | Gomphidius oregonensis | Gomphidius roseus | Gomphidius smithii | Gomphidius subroseus | Gomphocarpus fruticosa | Gomphus clavatus | Gomphus floccosus | 'Gondul' | 'Gonsoli Gaetano' | 'Good News' | 'Good News 95' | Goodenia ovata | 'Gordon's College' | 'Goubault' | 'Gourmet Popcorn' | 'Govenor Alfred E. Smith' | 'Grace' (Auskeppy) | 'Grace de Monaco' | 'Grace Note' | 'Graf Fritz Metternich' | 'Graf Silva Tarouca' | 'Graf Zeppelin' | 'Granada' | 'Grand Gala' | 'Grand Hotel' | ' | 'Grand Siecle' | 'Grande Duchesse Charlotte' | 'Grande et Belle' | 'Grande Finale' | 'Grande Renoncule' | 'Grandpa Dickson' | 'Grange Colombe' | 'Granny Grimmets' | 'Grapperose' | 'Gratia' | 'Gravin Michel d'Ursel' | 'Grazia' | 'Great Expectations' | 'Great Maiden's Blush' | 'Great North Eastern Rose' | 'Great Western' | 'Green Rose' | 'Greenmantle' | 'Green-sleeves' | 'Gregor Mendel' | 'Grenoble' | 'Greta Kluis Superior' | 'Gretel Greul' | Grevillea the genus | Grevillea 'Superb' | Grevillea aspleniifolia | Grevillea endlicheriana | Grevillea 'Fanfare' | Grevillea juniperina | Grevillea juniperina f. sulfurea | Grevillea lanigera | Grevillea laurifolia | Grevillea longistyla | Grevillea 'Mason's Hybrid' | Grevillea 'Moonlight' | Grevillea obtusifolia | Grevillea 'Pink Surprise' | Grevillea 'Poorinda Blondie' | Grevillea robusta | Grevillea 'Robyn Gordon' | Grevillea rosmarinifolia | Grevillea 'Ruby Clusters' | Grevillea thelemanniana | Grevillea whiteana | Grevillea wilsonii | Grewia occidentalis | 'Grey Dawn' | 'Grey Lady Pink' | Greyia radlkoferi | Greyia sutherlandii | 'Gribaldo Nicola' | Grifola frondosa | Grifola umbellata | 'Grimaldi' | Grindelia chiloensis | 'Griseldis' | 'Griseldis' | Griselinia the genus | Griselinia littoralis | Griselinia littoralis 'Brodick' | Griselinia littoralis 'Variegata' | Griselinia lucida | 'Gros Choux d'Hollande' | 'Grosse Cerise' | 'Gruppenkönigin' | 'Grüss an Aachen' | 'Grüss an Bayern' | 'Grüss an Coberg' | Gruss an Friedberg Sang | 'Gruss an Hannover' | 'Gruss an Teplitz' | 'Grüss an Teplitz' | Gruss an Weimar | 'Gruss an Zabern' | Guepiniopsis alpina | Guichenotia macrantha | 'Guinée' | 'Guo Se Tian Xiang' | 'Gustel Mayer' | 'Guy de Maupassant' | 'Guy Laroche' | 'Guy Savoy' | 'Gwen Mayor' | 'Gwen Nash' | 'Gwen Nash' | 'Gwyneth Jones' | 'Gwynne Carr' | Gymnocladus the genus | Gymnocladus dioica | Gymnopilus aeruginosus | Gymnopilus humicola | Gymnopilus hybridus | Gymnopilus junonius | Gymnopilus luteus | Gymnopilus penetrans | Gymnopilus punctifolius | Gymnopilus ventricosus | Gyromitra ambigua | Gyromitra esculenta | Gyromitra gigas | Gyromitra infula | Gyroporus castaneus | Gyroporus cyanescens | Gyroporus purpurinus | 'H. Chaubert' | 'H.C. Anderson' | 'Hacienda' | 'Haddington' | 'Hadley' | 'Haisha' | Hakea the genus | Hakea lissosperma | Hakea petiolaris | 'Hakucho' | 'Hakuun' | Halesia the genus | | Halesia moncicola | Halimium the genus | Halimium atriplicifolium | Halimium halimifolium | Halimium lasianthium subsp. formosum | Halimium lasianthum | Halimium ocymoides | 'Halle' | 'Halloween' | 'Halo Karol' | 'Halo Rainbow' | 'Halo Star' | 'Halo Today' | Hamamelis the genus | Hamamelis japonica | Hamamelis japonica 'Rubra' | Hamamelis japonica 'Sulphurea' | Hamamelis japonica var. arborea | Hamamelis japonica 'Zuccariniana' | Hamamelis mollis | Hamamelis mollis 'Brevipetala' | Hamamelis mollis 'Nymans' | Hamamelis vernalis 'Red Imp' | Hamamelis virginiana | Hamamelis x intermedia | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Arnold Promise' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Jelena' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Ruby Glow' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Aphrodite' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Diane' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Feuerzauber' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Beauty' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Peel' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Pallida' | Hamamelis x intermedia 'Sunburst' | 'Hamburg' | 'Hamburger Phoenix' | Hamelia patens | 'Hampshire' | 'Hampton Palace' | 'Hana-Gasumi' | 'Hand in Hand' | 'Handel' | 'Hannah Gordon' | 'Hanne' | 'Hanneli Rupert' | 'Hans Mackart' | 'Hansa' | 'Hansa-Park' | Hapalopilus nidulans | 'Happenstance' | 'Happenstance' | 'Happiness' | 'Happiness' | 'Happy Anniversary' | 'Happy Child' (Auscomp ) | 'Happy Day' | 'Happy Ever After' | 'Happy Times' | Hardenbergia the genus | Hardenbergia violacea | 'Harkness Marigold' | 'Harlekin' | Harlow Carr (AUShouse) | 'Harold Macmillan' | 'Harriny' | 'Harry Edland' | 'Harry Maasz' | 'Harry Wheatcroft' | 'Harvard' | 'Harvest Fayre' | 'Harvest Home' | 'Hawaiian Sunset' | 'Hawkeye Belle' | 'Headliner' | 'Heart 'n' Soul ' | 'Heartbeat' | 'Heather Austin' (Auscook) | 'Heaven Scent' | 'Heavenly Pink' | 'Heavenly Robe' | Hebe the genus | Hebe 'Great Orme' | Hebe albicans 'Sussex Carpet' | Hebe anomala | Hebe 'Autumn Glory' | Hebe 'Bowles Hybrid' | Hebe brachysiphon | Hebe carnosula | Hebe chathamica | Hebe 'County Park' | Hebe cupressoides | Hebe 'Dorothy Peach' | Hebe 'Ettrick Shepherd' | Hebe 'Gloriosa' | Hebe 'La Seduisante' | Hebe 'Lilac Gem' | Hebe macrantha | Hebe matthewsii | Hebe 'McEwanii' | Hebe 'Midsummer Beauty' | Hebe 'Mrs Winder' | Hebe ochracea | Hebe pareora | Hebe pimeleoides | Hebe rakaiensis | Hebe recurva 'Boughton Silver' | Hebe 'Red Edge' | Hebe 'Rosie' | Hebe 'Simon Delaux' | Hebe 'Spender's Seedling' | Hebe 'Trixie' | Hebe vernicosa | Hebe 'Wiri Splash' | Hebe x andersonii 'Variegata' | Hebe x franciscana 'Variegata' | Hebe xfranciscana 'Blue Gem' | Hebe 'Youngii' | Hebeloma crustuliniforme | Hebeloma edurum | Hebeloma illicitum | Hebeloma mesophaeum | Hebeloma pusillum | Hebeloma radicosum | Hebeloma sacchariolens | Hebeloma sinapizans | Hebeloma sterlingii | Hebeloma strophosum | Hebeloma truncatum | 'Hebe's Lip' | 'Hector' | Hedera the genus | Hedera algeriensis 'Gloire de Marengo' | Hedera colchica | Hedera helix | Hedera helix 'Buttercup' | Hedera helix 'Cavendishii' | Hedera helix 'Sagittifolia' | Hedera helix 'Glomerata' | Hedera helix 'Manda's Crested' | Hedera helix 'Oro di Bogliasco' | Hedera helix 'Pedata' | 'Heidelberg' | 'Heidelinde' | 'Heidemarie Plücker' | 'Heideröslein' | 'Heideschnee' | 'Heidi' | 'Heidi Jayne' | 'Heimatmelodie' | Heimia myrtifolia | 'Heinrich Karsch' | 'Heinrich Münch' | 'Heinrich Wendland' | 'Heirloom' | 'Helen Hayes' | 'Helen Keller' | 'Helen Knight' | 'Helen Marechal' | 'Helene' | 'Helene de Gerlache' | 'Helene Leenders' | 'Hélène Marechal' | 'Helga' | 'Helga Brichet' | Helichrysum petiolare | Helichrysum semipapposum | Helichrysum splendidum | Helichrysum vestitum | Helvella crispa | Helvella elastica | Helvella lacunosa | 'Helvetia' | Helwingia chinensis | Helwingia japonica | Hemiandra pungens | Hemimycena lactea | Hemiptelea davidii | 'Henri Barruet' | 'Henri Coupe' | 'Henri Foucquier' | 'Henri Martin' | Henri Matisse | 'Henri Matisse' | 'Henriette' | 'Henry Field' | 'Henry Fonda' | 'Henry Hudson' | 'Henry Kelsey' | 'Henry Kelsey' | 'Henry Morse' | 'Henry Munch' | 'Henry Nevard' | Heptacodium miconioides | 'Her Majesty' | Hericium coralloides | Hericium erinaceus | Hericium ramosum | ' | 'Herman Schmidt' | 'Hermosa' | 'Hero' (Aushero) | 'Hérodiade' | 'Hertfordshire' | 'Hertzblättchen' | 'Hessie Lowe' | Heterobasidion annosum | Heterocentron elegans | Heteromeles arbutifolia | Heteromorpha trifoliata | 'Hi Ho' | 'Hi Neighbor' | 'Hiawatha' | Hibbertia the genus | Hibbertia aspera | Hibbertia pedunculata | Hibbertia scandens | Hibiscus the genus | Hibiscus arnottianus 'Ruth Wilcox' | Hibiscus denudatus | Hibiscus elatus | Hibiscus mutabilis | Hibiscus pedunculatus | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'All Aglow' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Bermuda Pink' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Brilliant' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Butterfly' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Carnival' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Cherie' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Cooperi' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Florida Sunset' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Gray Lady' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Hula Girl' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Kate Sessions' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Lady Bird' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Norman Lee' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Painted Lady' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Peggy Walton' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Ross Estey' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Santana' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Stoplight' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Sunset' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Tylene' | Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'White Wings' | Hibiscus schizopetalus | Hibiscus sinosyriacus 'Lilac Queen' | Hibiscus sinosyriacus 'Ruby Glow' | Hibiscus syriacus | Hibiscus syriacus 'Blue Bird' | Hibiscus syriacus 'Comte de Flandres' | Hibiscus syriacus 'Diana' | Hibiscus syriacus 'Hamabo' | Hibiscus syriacus 'Mauve Queen' | Hibiscus syriacus 'Pink Giant' | Hibiscus syriacus 'Redheart' | Hibiscus syriacus 'William R. Smith' | Hibiscus syriacus 'Woodbridge' | Hibiscus tiliaceus | 'High Esteem' | 'High Noon' | 'High Sheriff' | 'Highdownensis' | 'Highfield Climbing' | 'Highway 290 Pink Buttons' | 'Hilda Murrell' (Ausmurr) | 'Hilde Steinert' | 'Hillieri' | Himalayacalamus falconeri | 'Himmelsauge' | 'Himmelsauge' | Hippophae the genus | Hippophae rhamnoides | 'Hiroshima's Children' | Hirschioporus abietinus | 'Hofgärtner Kalb' | Hohenbuehelia geogenia | Hoheria the genus | Hoheria glabrata | Hoheria 'Glory of Amlwch' | Hoheria lyallii | Hoheria sexstylosa | 'Hokey Pokey' | Holboellia the genus | Holboellia coriacea | Holboellia fargesii | Holboellia latifolia | 'Hold Slunci' | 'Hole in One' | 'Holiday' | 'Hollandica' | 'Hollandica' | Holmskioldia sanguinea | Holmskioldia sanguinea 'Aurea' | 'Holstein' | 'Holsteinperle' | 'Holstentor' | 'Holy Toledo' | Homalocladium platycladum | 'Home Sweet Home' | 'Homère' | Homoranthus papillatus | 'Honest Abe' | 'Honey Favorite' | 'Honeybunch' | 'Honeyflow' | 'Honore de Balzac' | 'Honorine de Brabant' | 'Honour' | 'Hoot Owl' | Horace Vernet | 'Hortulanus Budde' | 'Hot Chocolate' | 'Hot Cocoa' | 'Hot Tamale' | 'Hotel Royal' | Hovenia dulcis | 'Howard Florey' | 'Howard Florey' | Hoya the genus | Hoya carnosa | Hoya lanceolata subsp. bella | Hoya macgillivrayi | Hoya pauciflora | 'Hugh Dickson' | 'Hugo Roller' | 'Hula Hoop' | Hulthemia 'Tigris' x 'Halo Rainbow' | 'Humanity' | Humaria hemisphaerica | 'Hume's Blush' | 'Hume's Blush Tea Scented China' | Humulus lupulus 'Aureus' | 'Hunslett Moss' | 'Hunter' | 'Huntington's Hero' | Hyde Hall (AUSbosky) | Hydnellum aurantiacum | Hydnellum caeruleum | Hydnellum concrescens | Hydnellum geogenium | Hydnellum mirabile | Hydnellum peckii | Hydnellum pineticola | Hydnellum regium | Hydnellum scrobiculatum | Hydnellum spongiosipes | Hydnellum suaveolens | Hydnochaete olivacea | Hydnotria tulasnei | Hydnum repandum | Hydnum rufescens | Hydnum umbilicatum | | Hygrocybe calyptraeformis | Hygrocybe cantharellus | Hygrocybe ceracea | Hygrocybe chlorophana | Hygrocybe coccinea | Hygrocybe conica | Hygrocybe intermedia | Hygrocybe konradii | Hygrocybe laeta | Hygrocybe langei | Hygrocybe marchii | Hygrocybe miniata | Hygrocybe nigrescens | Hygrocybe nitrata | Hygrocybe nivea | Hygrocybe ovina | Hygrocybe psittacina | Hygrocybe punicea | Hygrocybe strangulata | Hygrocybe subglobispora | Hygrocybe unguinosa | Hygrocybe vitellina | Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca | Hygrophoropsis morganii | Hygrophorus bakerensis | Hygrophorus caespitosus | Hygrophorus camarophyllus | Hygrophorus chrysodon | Hygrophorus cossus | Hygrophorus dichrous | Hygrophorus eburneus | Hygrophorus erubescens | Hygrophorus flavescens | Hygrophorus helobius | Hygrophorus hypothejus | Hygrophorus lawrencei | Hygrophorus leucophaeus | Hygrophorus marginatus var. concolor | Hygrophorus marginatus var. marginatus | Hygrophorus marginatus var. olivaceus | Hygrophorus mesotephrus | Hygrophorus monticola | Hygrophorus nitidus | Hygrophorus olivaceoalbus | Hygrophorus parvulus | Hygrophorus perplexus | Hygrophorus pudorinus | Hygrophorus purpureofolius | Hygrophorus pustulatus | Hygrophorus reai | Hygrophorus russula | Hygrophorus speciosus | Hygrophorus squamulosus | Hygrophorus subalpinus | Hygrophorus turundus var. sphagnophilus | Hymenanthera angustifolia | Hymenochaete rubiginosa | Hymenolepsis parviflora | Hymenosporum flavum | Hyophorbe verschaffeltii | Hypericum the genus | Hypericum acmosepalum | Hypericum androsaemum | Hypericum balearicum | Hypericum beanii | Hypericum bellum | Hypericum calycinum | Hypericum forrestii | Hypericum henryi | Hypericum 'Hidcote' | Hypericum hircinum subsp. albimontanum | Hypericum hookerianum | Hypericum kouytchense | Hypericum lancasteri | Hypericum maclarenii | Hypericum monogynum | Hypericum patulum | Hypericum pseudohenry | Hypericum 'Rowallane' | Hypericum subsessile | Hypericum x inodorum 'Elstead' | Hypericum x moseranium | Hyphodontia sambuci | Hypholoma capnoides | Hypholoma dispersum | Hypholoma elongatipes | Hypholoma elongatum | Hypholoma fasciculare | Hypholoma marginatum | Hypholoma olivaceotinctum | Hypholoma sublateritium | Hypholoma udum | Hypocalyptus sophoroides | Hypochnicium vellerum | Hypomyces chrysospermus | Hypomyces hyalinus | Hypomyces lactifluorum | Hypomyces luteovirens | Hypoxylon fragiforme | Hypoxylon nummularium | Hypsizygus tessulatus

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'I. X. L.' | 'Ice Cream' | 'Ice White' | 'Iceberg' | 'Iceberg' Climbing | 'Iced Ginger' | 'Iced Parfait' | 'Iced Parfait' | Idesia polycarpa | 'Idylle' | | Ileodictyon cibarium | Ilex the genus | Ilex x altaclarensis 'Golden King' | Ilex aquifolium | Ilex aquifolium 'Alaska' | Ilex aquifolium 'Amber' | Ilex aquifolium 'Angustifolia' | Ilex aquifolium 'Argentea Marginata' | Ilex aquifolium 'Aurea Marginata' | Ilex aquifolium 'Aurifodina' | Ilex aquifolium 'Bacciflava' | Ilex aquifolium 'Cookii' | Ilex aquifolium 'Crassifolia' | Ilex aquifolium 'Crispa' | Ilex aquifolium 'Ferox' | Ilex aquifolium 'Ferox Argentea' | Ilex aquifolium 'Flavescens' | Ilex aquifolium 'Golden Flash' | Ilex aquifolium 'Golden Milkboy' | Ilex aquifolium 'Handsworth New Silver' | Ilex aquifolium 'J.C. van Tol' | Ilex aquifolium 'Liehtenthalii' | Ilex aquifolium 'Madame Briot' | Ilex aquifolium 'Scotica' | Ilex 'Blue Princess' | Ilex canariensis | Ilex ciliospinosa | Ilex cornuta | Ilex crenata | Ilex crenata 'Hetzii' | Ilex crenata 'Shiro-Fukunin' | Ilex ctenata 'Convexa' | Ilex dipyrena | Ilex 'Drace' | Ilex glabra | Ilex 'Golden Queen' | Ilex 'Goliath' | Ilex 'Howick' | Ilex 'Indian Chief' | Ilex integra | Ilex kingiana | Ilex latifolia | Ilex 'Lawsoniana' | Ilex 'Nellie R. Stevens' | Ilex opaca | Ilex 'Oriole' | Ilex 'Ovata' | Ilex pedunculosa | Ilex perado | Ilex perado subsp. platyphylla | Ilex pernyi | Ilex pernyi var. veitchii | Ilex pubescens | Ilex purpurea | Ilex 'Sentinel' | Ilex serrata | Ilex serrata 'Xanthocarpa' | Ilex 'Silver Queen' | Ilex 'Sparkleberry' | Ilex 'Variegata' | Ilex verticillata | Ilex verticillata 'Aurantiaca' | Ilex verticillata 'Quitsei' | Ilex x altaclarensis | Ilex x altaclarensis 'Camelliifolia' | Ilex x altaclarensis 'Hendersonii' | Ilex x altaclarensis 'Hodginsii' | Ilex x altaclerensis 'Balearica' | Ilex x altaclerensis 'Belgica Aurea' | Ilex x altaclerensis 'Lawsoniana' | Ilex x altaclerensis 'Purple Shaft' | Ilex x altaclerensis 'Wilsonii' | Ilex x attenuata 'Sunny Foster' | Ilex x koehneana | Ilex yunnanensis | Illicium the genus | Illicium anisatum | Illicium floridanum | Illicium henryi | 'Illusion' | 'Ilona' | 'Ilse Haberland' | 'Ilse Krohn Superior' | 'Ilse Krohn Superior' | 'Ilse Krohn Superior' | 'Imagination' | 'Imatra' | 'Immensee' | 'Imortal Juno' (Ausjuno) | 'Imp' | 'Imperatrice Farah' | 'Impératrice Joséphine' | 'Improved Cécile Brünner' | 'In the Pink' | 'Incomparable' | 'Incomparable d'Auteuil' | Incrustoporia semipileata | 'Indian Summer' | Indigo | 'Indigo' | Indigofera the genus | Indigofera decora | Indigofera heterantha | Indigofera kirilowii | Indigofera pendula | 'Indra' | 'Ingar Olsson' | 'Inge Horstman' | 'Ingrid Bergman' | 'Ink Spots' | 'Inner Wheel' | Inocybe adaequata | Inocybe albodisca | Inocybe atripes | Inocybe bongardii | Inocybe caesariata | Inocybe calamistrata | Inocybe calamistrata var. mucidiolens | Inocybe calospora | Inocybe cincinnata | Inocybe cookei | Inocybe corydalina | Inocybe dulcamara | Inocybe eutheles | Inocybe fastigiata | Inocybe fastigiata var. umbrinella | Inocybe flocculosa | Inocybe geophylla | Inocybe geophylla var. lilacina | Inocybe godeyi | Inocybe grammata | Inocybe griseolilacina | Inocybe haemacta | Inocybe hirtella | Inocybe hystrix | Inocybe jurana | Inocybe lacera | Inocybe lacera var. heterosperma | Inocybe lanuginosa | Inocybe longicystis | Inocybe maculata | Inocybe margaritispora | Inocybe napipes | Inocybe patouillardii | Inocybe petiginosa | Inocybe praetervisa | Inocybe pyriodora | Inocybe rimosoides | Inocybe subcarpta | Inocybe subochracea | Inocybe taquamenonensis | Inocybe tigrina | Inocybe umbrina | Inonotus cuticularis | Inonotus dryadeus | Inonotus hispidus | Inonotus obliquus | Inonotus radiatus | Inonotus tomentosus | 'Interama' | 'Intermezzo' | 'International Herald Tribune' | 'Intervilles' | 'Intrigue' | 'Invincible' | 'Invitation' | Iochroma australis | Ipomoea arborea | Ipomoea tricolor | 'Irene of Denmark' | 'Irène Watts' | 'Irene's Delight' | Iresine herbstii 'Brilliantissima' | 'Irish Brightness' | 'Irish Elegance' | 'Irish Eyes' | 'Irish Fireflame' | 'Irish Hope' | 'Irish Mist' | Irpex lacteus | 'Isabel de Ortiz' | 'Isabella Sprunt' | 'Isabelle Nabonnand' | 'Isabelle Renaissance' | Ischnoderma resinosum | | 'Isobel' | 'Isobel Harkness' | Isomeris arborea | Isoplexis the genus | Isoplexis canariensis | Isoplexis isabelliana | Isoplexis sceptrum | Isopogon dawsonii | Isopogon prostratus | 'Isphahan' | Itea the genus | Itea ilicifolia | Itea virginica | 'It's Show Time' | 'Ivan Misson' | 'Ivory Fashion' | Ixora chinensis | Ixora coccinea | Itea ilicifolia | Itea virginica | 'It's Show Time' | 'Ivan Misson' | 'Ivory Fashion' | Ixora chinensis | Ixora coccinea

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'J B Clark' | 'J Otto Thilow' Climbing | 'J P Connell' | 'J. P. Connell' | Jacaranda mimosifolia | 'Jack Frost' | 'Jacob van Ruysdael' | 'Jacobite' | 'Jacqueline du Pré' | 'Jacqueline Humery' | 'Jacquenetta' (Ausjac) | 'Jacques Amyot' | 'Jacques Cartier' | 'Jacques Latouche' | 'Jacques Vincent' | 'Jadis' | 'Jamaica' | 'James Mason' | 'James Mitchel' | Jamesia the genus | 'Jan Böhm' | 'Janet Austin' | 'Janet B. Wood' | 'Janet Morrison' | 'Janet's Pride' | 'Janet's Pride' | 'Janina' | 'Janna' | Jasminum the genus | Jasminum abyssinicum | Jasminum angulare | Jasminum azoricum | Jasminum beesianum | Jasminum fruticans | Jasminum grandiflorum | Jasminum humile | Jasminum humile 'Revolutum' | Jasminum laurifolium forma nitidum | Jasminum mesnyi | Jasminum officinale | Jasminum officinale forma affine | Jasminum polyanthum | Jasminum simplicifolium subsp. suavissimum | Jasminum subhumile var. glabricorymbosum | Jasminum tortuosum | Jasminum volubile | Jasminum x stephanense | 'Jasper' | Jatropha integerrima | Jatropha multifida | Jatropha podagrica | 'Jaune Desprez' | 'Jayne Austin' (Ausbreak) | 'Jazz Climbing' | 'Jean Andre' | 'Jean Bach Sisley' | Jean Baptiste Casati | 'Jean Cherpin' | 'Jean Ducher' | 'Jean Giono' | Jean Girin | 'Jean Lafitte' | 'Jean Lafitte' | 'Jean Mermoz' | 'Jean Muraour' | 'Jean Note' | 'Jean Rosenkrantz' | 'Jeanne d'Arc' | 'Jeanne d'Arc' | 'Jeanne d'Arc' | 'Jeanne de Montfort' | 'Jeanne Driven' | 'Jeanne Lajoie' | 'Jeanne Richert' | 'Jeanne Sury' | 'Jeannie Soupert' | 'Jeepers Creeper' | 'Jenny Duval' | 'Jens Munk' | 'Jens Munk' | 'Jersey Beauty' | 'Jessica' | 'Jessica' | 'Jessie Clark' | 'Jessika' | 'Jet Trail' | 'Jeune Fille' | 'Jeune Henry' | 'Jeunesse' | 'Jim Lounsbery' | 'Jitrenka' | 'Jitrenka' | 'Joanna Hill' | Joasine Hanet, | 'Johann Strauss' | 'Johanna Röpcke' | 'Johanniszauber' | 'John Bright' | 'John Cabot' | 'John Clare' (Auscent ) | 'John Cramphorn' | 'John Davis' | 'John Davis' | 'John F Kennedy' | 'John Franklin' | 'John Henry' | 'John Hopper' | 'John S Armstrong' | 'John Waterer' | 'Joli Coeur' | 'Jolly Danse' | 'Jonkheer' | 'Joro' | 'Joseph Billard' | 'Joseph Chappaz' | 'Joseph Guy' | 'Joseph Guy Rosa' | 'Joseph Klimes' | 'Joséphine' | 'Josephine Bruce' | Joséphine Guyet | 'Josephine Ritter' | 'Josephine Ritter' | 'Josephs Coat' | 'Jour de Fetes' | Jovellana punctata | Jovellana sincairii | Jovellana violacea | 'Joyce Northfield' | Joycie | 'Joyfulness' | Jubaea chilensis | 'Jubilee Celebration' (AUShunter) | 'Jubilejnaja' | 'Jubileums Rose' | 'Jude the Obscure' (Ausjo) | 'Judy Garland' | Juglans the genus | Juglans cathayensis | Juglans cinerea | Juglans nigra | Juglans regia | 'Jules Barigny' | 'Jules Levacher' | 'Jules Margottin' | 'Julia's Rose' | 'Julie de Mersan' | 'Julie Delbard' | 'Julie d'étanges' | 'Julie Krudner' | 'Julie Y' | 'Juliette' | 'Juliette' | 'Julischka' | 'Julius Fabianics de Misefa' | 'Julius Fabianics de Misefa' | 'Julklap' | 'June Park' | Juniperus the genus | Juniperus chinensis | Juniperus chinensis 'Aurea Youngii' | Juniperus chinensis 'Belvedere' | Juniperus chinensis 'Keetelerii' | Juniperus chinensis 'Savill Sentinel' | Juniperus chinensis 'Variegata' | Juniperus communis | Juniperus communis 'Hibernica' | Juniperus communis 'Prostrata' | Juniperus drupacea | Juniperus flaccida | Juniperus horizontalis | Juniperus monosperma | Juniperus oxycedrus | Juniperus recurva | Juniperus rigida | Juniperus sabina var. tamariscifolia | Juniperus sabina 'Variegata' | Juniperus scopulorum 'Blue Heaven' | Juniperus virginiana | Juniperus virginiana 'Grey Owl' | Juniperus virginiana 'Silver Spreader' | Juniperus x media 'Gold Coast' | Juniperus x media 'Pfitzeriana' | Juniperus X media 'Pfitzeriana Aurea' | Juniperus x media 'Saybrook Gold' | Juniperus x squamata 'Holger' | 'Juno' | 'Juno' | 'Juno' | 'Just Joey' | Justicia the genus | Justicia adhatoda | Justicia californica | Justicia carnea | Justicia carnea 'Alba' | Justicia leonardii | Justicia rizzinii | Justicia sericea 'Inca Queen'

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'Kaiser Wilhelm I' | 'Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria' Climbing | | 'Kaleidoscope' | 'Kalihari' | 'Kalma' | Kalmia the genus | Kalmia angustifolia 'Rubra' | Kalmia latifolia | Kalopanax the genus | Kalopanax pictus | 'Kamelia' | 'Kardinal' | 'Kardinal Schulte' | 'Karen Blixen' | 'Karen Julie' | 'Karen Poulsen' | 'Karl Förster' | 'Karl Herbst' | 'Karl Höchst' | 'Karl Schneider' | 'Karlsruhe' | 'Karoline Reiber' | 'Karoline Svetla' | 'Kassel' | 'Kateryna' | 'Katharina Zeimet' | 'Katherine Loker' | 'Katherine T. Marshal' | 'Kathleen' | 'Kathleen Ferrier' | 'Kathleen Harrop' | 'Kathleen Harrop' | 'Kathleen Kellehan' | 'Kathrinerl' | 'Kathryn McGredy' | 'Kathryn Morley' (Ausvariety) | 'Katy Mae' | 'Kde Domov Muj' | 'Kean' | Keckiella antirrhinoides | Keckiella cordifolia | 'Keep It' | 'Keepsake' | 'Kees Knoppers' | 'Keise' | Kennedia the genus | Kennedia macrophylla | Kennedia nigricans | Kennedia retrorsa | Kennedia rubicunda | 'Kent' | 'Kentucky Derby' | Kerria the genus | | 'Kerryman' | Keteleeria davidiana | 'Kew Rambler' | 'Kew Rambler' | Khaya anotheca | 'Kiboh' | 'Kiese' | Kigelia africana | 'Killarney' | 'Killarney Brilliant' | 'Kimono' | 'King J' | 'King Midas' | 'King of Siam' | 'King's Ransom' | 'Kinsmen' | 'Kir Royal' | 'Kirsten Poulsen' | 'Kiss of Fire' | 'Kitchener of Khartoum' | 'Kitty Cleo' | 'Kitty Kininmonth' | 'Kitty Kininmonth' | 'Klaus Groth' | 'Knock Out' | Koelreuteria the genus | Koelreuteria bipinnata | Koelreuteria paniculata | 'Kolkhoznitsa' | Kolkwitzia the genus | Kolkwitzia amabilis | 'König Friedrich II von Dänemark' | 'Konrad Henkel' | 'Konrad Thönges' | 'Koppies' | 'Kordes' Perfecta' | 'Korona' | 'Korrigan' | 'Kronprinsesse Ingrid' | 'Kronprinzessin Ingrid' | Kuehneromyces mutabilis | Kuehneromyces mutabilis | 'Kühnhilda' | Kunzea ambigua | 'Kuroshinju' | 'Kwinana'

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'L D Braithwaite' (Auscrim) | 'L'Ami E. Daumont' | 'L'Heritierana' | 'L'Orléanaise' | 'La Belle Distinguée' | 'La Belle Sultane' | 'La Biche' | 'La Bonne Maison' | 'La Canadienne' | 'La Fraicheur' | 'La Gloire des Jardins' | 'La Jolla' | 'La Maculée' | 'La Marechale Petain' | 'La Marne' | 'La Marseillaise' | 'La Mortola' | 'La National' | 'La Noblesse' | 'La Passionata' | 'La Perle' | 'La Plus Belle des Ponctuées' | 'La Reine' | 'La Reine' | 'La Revenante' | 'La Sevillana' | 'La Sirène' | 'La Tosca' | Laburnocytisus adamnii | Laburnum the genus | Laburnum alpinum | Laburnum anagyroides | Laburnum x watereri | Laccaria altaica | Laccaria amethystea | Laccaria amethystea | Laccaria amethystea-occidentalis | Laccaria bicolor | Laccaria laccata | Laccaria montana | Laccaria nobilis | Laccaria ochropurpurea | Laccaria proxima | Laccaria purpureo-badia | Laccaria tortilis | 'Lace Cascade' | Lachnellula subtillissima | 'Lachs' | Lacrymaria velutina | Lactarius affinis | Lactarius allardii | Lactarius alnicola var. alnicola | Lactarius aquifluus | Lactarius atroviridis | Lactarius blennius | Lactarius brittanicus | Lactarius caespitosus | Lactarius camphoratus | Lactarius chelidonium var. chelidonioides | Lactarius chrysorrheus | Lactarius cilicioides | Lactarius cimicarius | Lactarius circellatus | Lactarius colorascens | Lactarius controversus | Lactarius corrugis | Lactarius croceus | Lactarius cyathula | Lactarius deceptivus | Lactarius deliciosus | Lactarius deliciosus var. olivaceosordidus | Lactarius deterrimus | Lactarius fallax var. concolor | Lactarius flavidus | Lactarius fluens | Lactarius fuliginosus | Lactarius fumosus | Lactarius gerardii | Lactarius glyciosmus | Lactarius griseus | Lactarius helvus | Lactarius helvus | Lactarius hepaticus | Lactarius hibbardae | Lactarius hygrophoroides | Lactarius hysginus | Lactarius imperceptus | Lactarius indigo | Lactarius insulsus | Lactarius kauffmanii | Lactarius lignyotus var. canadensis | Lactarius luculentus var. laetus | Lactarius luteolus | Lactarius mammosus | Lactarius mitissimus | Lactarius mucidus var. mucidioides | Lactarius mucidus var. mucidus | Lactarius musteus | Lactarius mutabilis | Lactarius obscuratus | Lactarius oculatus | Lactarius olympianus | Lactarius pallidus | Lactarius payettensis | Lactarius peckii | Lactarius piperatus | Lactarius pseudomucidus | Lactarius pterosporus | Lactarius pubescens | Lactarius pubescens var. betulae | Lactarius pyrogalus | Lactarius quietus | Lactarius rubrilacteus | Lactarius rufus | Lactarius scrobiculatus | Lactarius spinosulus | Lactarius subdulcis | Lactarius subflammeus | Lactarius subgerardii | Lactarius subplinthogalus | Lactarius subpurpureus | Lactarius subvellereus | Lactarius subvernalis var. cokeri | Lactarius tabidus | Lactarius theiogalus | Lactarius thyinos | Lactarius torminosus | Lactarius turpis | Lactarius uvidus | Lactarius vellereus | Lactarius vietus | Lactarius vinaceorufescens | Lactarius volemus | Lactarius volemus var. flavus | Lactarius zonarius | Lactarius-yazooensis | 'Lady Alice Stanley' | 'Lady Ann Kidwell' | 'Lady Ashtown' | 'Lady Cuzon' | 'Lady Diana' | 'Lady Emily Peel' | Lady Emma Hamilton (Ausbrother) | 'Lady Gay' | 'Lady Godiva' | 'Lady Huntingfield' | 'Lady in Red' | 'Lady Liberty' | 'Lady Like' | Lady Macrobert | 'Lady Mann' | 'Lady Mary Fitzwilliam' | 'Lady Mavis Pilkington' | 'Lady of Hertford' | Lady of Megginch (Ausvolume) | 'Lady of the Dawn' | 'Lady Penzance' | 'Lady Roberts' | 'Lady Sackville' | 'Lady Stewart' | 'Lady Stuart' | 'Lady Sunblaze' | 'Lady Sylvia' | 'Lady Taylor' | 'Lady Waterlow' | 'Lady Waterlow' | Laetiporus cincinnatus | Laetiporus sulphureus | 'Lafayette' | 'Lafter' | 'Lagerfeuer' | 'Lagerfield' | Lagerstroemeria indica | Lagerstroemia 'Pixie White' | 'Lagoon' | Lagunaria patersonii | 'Lamarque' | 'Lambert Closse' | 'Laminuette' | 'Laminuette' | 'Lamotte Sanguin' | 'Lancashire' | 'Laneii' | Langermannia gigantea | Lantana camara 'Arlequin' | Lantana camara 'Naide' | Lantana camara 'Brazier' | Lantana camara 'Goldsonne' | Lantana camara 'Hybrida' | Lantana montevidensis | 'Lanvin' | Lapagera rosea 'Nash Court' | Lapagera rosea white form | Lapageria rosea | Lardizabala biternata | Larix the genus | Larix decidua | Larix gmelinii | Larix kaempferi | Larix kaempferi 'Pendula' | Larix kaempferi 'Wolterdingen' | Larix laricina | Larix occidentalis | Larix potaninii | Larix x eurolepis | 'Las Vegas' | 'Laughter Lines' | 'Lauré Davoust' | 'Lauré Soupert' | Laurelia sempervirens | Laurus nobilis | 'Lavaglow' | Lavandula the genus | Lavandula angustifolia | Lavandula angustifolia 'Rosea' | Lavandula dentata | Lavandula 'Hidcote' | Lavandula 'Imperial Gem' | Lavandula lanata | Lavandula 'Loddon Pink' | Lavandula 'Marshwood' | Lavandula multifida | Lavandula multifida subsp. canariensis | Lavandula 'Munstead' | Lavandula stoechas L. Subsp. pedunculata | Lavandula stoechas L. subsp. stoechas | Lavandula stoechas subsp. pedunculata 'Papillon' | Lavandula stoechas var. leucantha | Lavandula viridis | Lavandula x intermedia 'Grappenhall' | Lavatera the genus | Lavatera assurgentiflora | Lavatera maritima 'Bicolor' | Lavatera thuringiaca | Lavatera thuringiaca 'Barnsley' | Lavatera thuringiaca 'Brendon Springs' | 'Lavender Crystal' | 'Lavender Dream' | 'Lavender Friendship' | 'Lavender Jewel' | 'Lavender Lassie' | 'Lavender Pinocchio' | 'Lavender Princess' | 'Lawinia' | 'Lawrence Johnston' | Laxitextum bicolor | 'Le Cid' | 'Le Grand Sultan' | 'Le Pactole' | 'Le Poilu' | 'Le Rêve' | 'Le Rire Niais' | 'Le Rosier évêque' | 'Le Vésuve' | 'Leander' (Auslea) | 'LeAnn Rimes' | 'Leaping Salmon' | Leccinum albellum | Leccinum atrostipitatum | Leccinum aurantiacum | Leccinum carpini | Leccinum crocipodium | Leccinum duriusculum | Leccinum holopus | Leccinum holopus var. americanum | Leccinum insigne | Leccinum oxydabile | Leccinum quercinum | Leccinum roseofractum | Leccinum rugosiceps | Leccinum scabrum | Leccinum variicolor | Leccinum versipelle | Lechenaultia biloba | Lechenaultia laricina | 'Léda' | Ledum glandulosum subsp. columbianum | 'Leersum 700' | 'Legend' | 'Leggiadra Cazzaniga' | 'Lemon Blush' | 'Lemon Delight' | 'Lemon Spice' | 'L'Enchanteresse' | Lentaria delicata | Lentaria micheneri | Lentinellus cochleatus | Lentinellus omphalodes | Lentinellus ursinus | Lentinus crinitis | Lentinus detonsus | Lentinus lepideus | Lentinus tigrinus | Lenzites betulina | 'Léon Delaville' | ' | 'Leonardo de Vinci' | 'Leonie Lambert' | 'Leonie Lamesch' | Leonotis ocymifolia | 'Léontine Gervais' | 'Leopold Ritter' | 'Leopold Ritter' | Leotia lubrica | Leotia viscosa | Lepiota americana | Lepiota aspera | Lepiota boudieri | Lepiota brunneo-incarnata | Lepiota castanea | Lepiota clypeolaria | Lepiota cortinarius | Lepiota cristata | Lepiota felina | Lepiota flammeotincta | Lepiota hystrix | Lepiota ignivolvata | Lepiota magnispora | Lepiota oreadiformis | Lepiota pseudohelveola | Lepiota rhodorrhiza | Lepiota rubrotincta | Lepista flaccida | Lepista irina | Lepista luscina | Lepista nuda | Lepista saeva | Lepista sordida | Leptodactylon californicum | Leptoglossum retirugum | Leptopodia atra | Leptospermum the genus | Leptospermum 'Kea' A dwarf with small white flowers. | Leptospermum ericoides | Leptospermum erubescens | Leptospermum grandifolium | Leptospermum lanigerum | Leptospermum macrocarpum | Leptospermum minutifolium | Leptospermum morrisonii | Leptospermum 'Nicholsii' | Leptospermum obovatum | Leptospermum scoparium | Leptospermum scoparium 'Boscawenii' | Leptospermum scoparium 'Crimson Glory' | Leptospermum scoparium 'Fascination' | Leptospermum scoparium 'Kiwi' | Leptospermum scoparium 'Roseum Multipetalum' | Leptospermum squarrosum | Leptospermum 'Winter Cheer' | 'Les Saisons d'Italie' | 'Les Sjulin' | Lespedeza bicolor | 'Lessing' | 'Letchworth Centenary' | Leucadendron galpinii | Leucadendron salignum | Leucadendron salignum 'Winter Red' | 'Leuchstern' | Leucoagaricus leucothites | Leucocoprinus birnbaumii | Leucocoprinus brebissonii | Leucocoprinus cepistipes | Leucocortinarius bulbiger | Leucodendron argenteum | Leucogaster rubescens | Leucopaxillus albissimus | Leucopaxillus gentianus | Leucopaxillus giganteus | Leucopaxillus tricolor | Leucophyllum frutescens | Leucospermum conocarpodendron | Leucospermum cordifolium | Leucospermum cordifolium 'Riverlea' | Leucospermum cordifolium x tottum 'Corralitos Pink' | Leucospermum cuneiforme | Leucospermum erubescens | Leucospermum lineare | Leucospermum oleifolium | Leucospermum pedunculatum | Leucospermum praecox | Leucospermum reflexum 'Chittick Red' | Leucospermum tottum | Leucothoë the genus | Leucothöe davisiae | Leucothoë fontanesiana | Leycesteria the genus | Leycesteria crocothyrsos | Leycesteria formosa | 'Ley's Perpetual' | 'L'Héritierana' | Libre Ingenue | Lichfield Angel (Ausrelate) | 'Lichterloh' | 'Lichterloh' | 'Lichtkönigen Lucia' | 'Lichtkönigin Lucia' | 'Lieutenant Chauré' | Ligustrum the genus | Ligustrum japonicum 'Rotundifolium' | Ligustrum lucidum | Ligustrum lucidum 'Excelsum Superbum' | Ligustrum ovalifolium | Ligustrum ovalifolium 'Argenteum' | Ligustrum sinense | Ligustrum Vulgare | 'Lijiang Road Climber' | 'Lijnbaanroos' | 'Lila Banks' | 'Lilac Charm' | 'Lilac Dawn' | 'Lilac Rose' (Auslilac) | 'Lilian Austin' (Ausmound) | 'Lilian Bayliss' | 'Lilibet' | 'Liliput' | 'Lilli Marlene' | 'Lily Freeman' | Limacella guttata | Limacella illinita | 'Limelight' | 'Lina Schmidt-Michel' | 'Linda Campbell' | 'Linda Thomson' | Lindera the genus | Lindera megaphylla | Lindera obtusiloba | Lindera umbellata | 'Linderof' | 'Lion des Combats' | 'Lions International' | Lippia citriodora | Liquidambar the genus | Liquidambar orientalis | Liquidambar slyraciflua | Liquidambar styraciflua ' Penwood' | Liquidambar styraciflua 'Andrew Hewson' | Liquidambar styraciflua 'Aurea' | Liquidambar styraciflua 'Lane Roberts' | Liquidambar styraciflua var Moraine | Liquidambar styraciflua 'Worplesdon' | Liriodendron the genus | Liriodendron chinense | Liriodendron tulipifera | 'Lissy Horstmann' | Lithocarpus the genus | Lithocarpus cleistocarpus | Lithocarpus densiflorus | Lithocarpus edulis | Lithocarpus pachyphyllus | Lithocarpus variolosus | Lithodora fruticosa | 'Little Angel' | 'Little Artist' | 'Little Buckeroo' | 'Little Eskimo' | 'Little Gem' | 'Little Juan' | 'Little Lady' | 'Little Pinkie' | 'Little Scotch' | 'Little Showoff' | 'Liverpool Remembers' | 'Livin' Easy' | 'Living' | 'Living Fire' | Livistona chinensis | Lobelia laxiflora | Lobelia laxiflora Var. angustifolia | Lobelia tomentosa | 'Lobo' | Lobostemon fruticosus | Loeselia mexicana | 'Lolita' | 'Lolita Ligget' | Lomatia the genus | Lomatia ferruginea | Lomatia silaifolia | Lomatia tinctoria | 'Lone Star' | 'Long John Silver' | 'Long John Silver' | Longula texensis | Lonicera the genus | Lonicera caprifolium | Lonicera chaetocarpa | Lonicera etrusca | Lonicera etrusca 'Superba' | Lonicera fragrantissima | | Lonicera henryi | Lonicera hildebrandiana | Lonicera implexa | Lonicera involucrata | Lonicera japonica | Lonicera japonica 'Hall's Prolific' | Lonicera korolkowii | Lonicera maackii | Lonicera maackii var. podocarpa | Lonicera nitida | Lonicera nitida Wilson 'Baggesen's Gold' | Lonicera periclymenum 'Belgica' | Lonicera peryclymenum | Lonicera pilosa | Lonicera sempervirens | Lonicera similis | Lonicera standishii | Lonicera syringantha | Lonicera tangutica | Lonicera tartarica 'Hack's Red' | Lonicera tragophylla | Lonicera x americana | Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet' | Lonicera x brownii 'Fuehsioides' | Lonicera x heckrottii 'Gold Flame' | Lonicera x purpusii | Lonicera x tellmanniana | 'Looping' | Lophomyrtus bullata | 'Lord Penzance' | 'Lord Raglan' | 'Lord Scarman' | 'L'Oreal Trophy' | Loropetalum chinense | Loropetalum chinense 'Plum Delight' | 'Lorraine Lee' | 'Lorraine Lee' Climbing. | Lotononis trisegmentata | Lotus berthelotii | Lotus berthelotii x maculatus | Lotus glaucus | Lotus hirsutus | Lotus jacobaeus | Lotus maculatus | Lotus sessilfolius | 'L'Ouche' | 'Louis Bugnet' | 'Louis Calla' | 'Louis Grimard' | 'Louis Jolliet' | 'Louis Lille' | 'Louis Philippe d'Angers' | 'Louis Rödiger' | 'Louis Sauvage' | 'Louis van Tyll' | 'Louis XIV' | 'Louis' Rambler' | 'Louisa Stone' | 'Louise Catherine Breslau' | 'Louise Clements' | 'Louise d'Arzens' | 'Louise Estes' | 'Louise Walter' | 'Louis-Philippe' | 'Love' | 'Love and Peace' | 'Love Letter' | 'Love Me' | 'Love Potion' | 'Love Song' | 'Lovely Fairy' | 'Lovely Lady' | 'Lovely Meidiland' | 'Lovely Oberon' (Ausron ) | 'Loving Memory' | 'Loving Touch'' | 'Lowell Thomas' | 'Lucetta' (Ausemi ) | 'Luciano del Bufalo' | 'Lucie Marie' | 'Lucile Duplessis' | 'Lucinde' | 'Lucky Lady' | 'Lucky Piece' | Luculia gratissima | Luculia intermedia | 'Lucy Cramphorn' | 'Lucy Waterer' | 'Ludmilla' | Luehea divaricata | 'Luis Brinas' | 'Luisa Fernando de Silva' | 'Lullaby' | 'Lulu' | Luma apiculata | 'Lumiére' | 'Luminion' | Lupinus the genus | Lupinus albifrons | Lupinus arboreus | 'Luscens Erecta' | 'Lustre d'église' | 'Lutin' | 'Lybelle' | Lycium barbarum | Lycoperdon echinatum | Lycoperdon foetidum | Lycoperdon mammiforme | Lycoperdon marginatum | Lycoperdon molle | Lycoperdon pedicellatum | Lycoperdon perlatum | Lycoperdon pyriforme | Lycoperdon spadiceum | 'Lycoris' | 'Lyda Rose' | 'Lyda Rose' | 'Lydia' | 'Lydia' | Lygos sphaerocarpa | 'Lykkefund' | 'Lynn Anderson' | 'Lyon Rambler' | 'Lyonfarbige Druschki' | Lyonia ovalifolia | 'Lyonnais' | Lyonothamnus floribundus | Lyophyllum connatum | Lyophyllum decastes | Lyophyllum loricatum | Lyophyllum luteogriseascens | Lyophyllum montanum | Lyophyllum palustre | Lyophyllum palustre | 'Lyric' | Lysionotus pauciflora | Lysurus periphragmoides

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'M. Jules Maquinant' | 'M.H. Walsh' | 'Ma Perkins' | Maakia the genus | Maakia amurensis var buergeri | Maakia chinensis | 'Maaseik' | 'Mab Grimwade' | 'Mabel Morrison' | 'Mabella' | | Macfadyena unguis-cati | Mackaya bella | Macleania insignis | Maclura the genus | Macowanites luteolus | Macrocystidia cucumis | Macrolepiota excoriata | Macrolepiota konradii | Macrolepiota mastoidea | Macrolepiota procera | Macrolepiota procera | Macrolepiota rhacodes | Macrolepiota rhacodes var. bohemica | Macropiper excelsum | Macroscyphus macropus | Macroscyphus macropus | Macrotyphula juncea | 'Madam President' | Maddenia the genus | 'Madeleine' | 'Madeleine Lemaire' | 'Madeline Selzer' | 'Mademoiselle' | 'Madette' | 'Madona' | 'Madrigal' | 'Maestro' | 'Magenta' | 'Magenta Floorshow' | 'Maggie Barry' | 'Magic Carousel' | 'Magic Fire' | 'Magic Meidiland' | 'Magic Red' | 'Magic Wand' | 'Magna Charta' | Magnolia the genus | Magnolia acuminata | Magnolia acuminata var subcordata | Magnolia 'Anne Rosse' | Magnolia ashei | Magnolia 'Butterflies' | Magnolia campbellii | Magnolia campbellii 'Betty Jessel' | Magnolia campbellii 'Charles Raffill' | Magnolia campbellii subsp. mollicomata | Magnolia championi | Magnolia dawsoniana | Magnolia delavayi | Magnolia denudata | Magnolia 'Elizabeth' | Magnolia fraseri | Magnolia 'Galaxy' | Magnolia globosa | Magnolia 'Gold Star' | Magnolia grandiflora | Magnolia hypoleuea | Magnolia 'Iolanthe' | Magnolia 'Jane' | Magnolia 'Judy' | Magnolia kobus | Magnolia liliiflora | Magnolia liliiflora 'Nigra' | Magnolia 'Mary Slankard' | Magnolia nitida | Magnolia 'Norbertii' | Magnolia officinalis | Magnolia 'Pinkie' | Magnolia 'Randy' | Magnolia 'Ricki' | Magnolia 'Royal Crown' | Magnolia salicifolia | Magnolia sieboldii | Magnolia sinensis | Magnolia stellata | Magnolia stellata 'Norman Gould' | Magnolia 'Susan' | Magnolia tripetala | Magnolia virginiana | Magnolia wilsonii | Magnolia x brooklynensis 'Hattie Carthan' | Magnolia x brooklynensis 'Woodsman' | Magnolia x foggii 'Allspice' | Magnolia x loebneri 'Ballerina' | Magnolia x loebneri 'Leonard Messel' | Magnolia x loebneri 'Merrill' | Magnolia x soulangiana | Magnolia x soulangiana 'Alexanrin' | Magnolia x soulangiana 'Lennei' | Magnolia x soulangiana 'Rustica Rubra' | Magnolia x soulangiana 'Triumphans' | Magnolia x thompsoniana | Magnolia x wieseneri | Magnolia xsoulangiana 'Brozzonii' | Magnolia 'Yellow Bird' | Mahonia the genus | Mahonia aquifolium | Mahonia bealei | Mahonia confusa | Mahonia fremontii | Mahonia gracilis | Mahonia japonica | Mahonia leschenaultiana | Mahonia lomariifolia | Mahonia mairei | Mahonia Moseri | Mahonia nepaulensis | Mahonia nevinii | Mahonia repens 'Rotundifolia' | Mahonia siamensis | Mahonia x media 'Buckland' | Mahonia x media 'Charity' | Mahonia x media 'Winter Sun' | Mahonia x wagneri ' Undulata' | 'Mai Kwa' | 'Maid Marion' | 'Maidy' | 'Maigold' | 'Maitland White' | 'Maiwunder' | 'Majolika' | Malacothamnus fasciculatus | Malacothamnus fasciculatus var. nesioticus | 'Maleica' | 'Malesherbes' | Mallotonia gnaphalodes | Malpighia coccigera | Malpighia glabra | 'Malton' | Malus the genus | Malus baccata | Malus coronaria | Malus coronaria 'Charlottae' | Malus florentina | Malus fusca | Malus 'Hopa' | Malus hupehensis | Malus ioensis | Malus kansuensis var calva | Malus 'Magdeburgensis' | Malus sieboldii | Malus spectabilis | Malus sylvestris | Malus transitoria | Malus x purpurea | Malus x purpurea 'Red Jade' | Malus x robusta | Malus x zumi 'Golden Hornet' | Malus x zuni 'Professor Sprenger' | Malvastrum lateritiurn | Malvaviscus arboreus | Malvaviscus var. mexicanus | 'Malvern Hills' | 'Malverns' | 'Malvina' | 'Maman Cochet' | 'Maman Turbet' | 'Mambo' | Mammillaria compressa | Mammillaria dioica | 'Mamy Blue' | 'Mandarin' | Mandevilla boliviensis | Mandevilla laxa | Mandevilla sanderi | Mandevilla x amoena 'Alice du Pont' | 'Manette' | 'Manettii' | Manihot flabellifolia | 'Manita' | 'Manning's Blush' | 'Manx Queen' | 'Manyo' | Marasmiellus candidus | Marasmiellus nigripes | Marasmiellus ramealis | Marasmiellus vaillantii | Marasmius alliaceus | Marasmius androsaceus | Marasmius cohaerens | Marasmius cystidiosus | Marasmius delectans | Marasmius epiphyllus | Marasmius olidus | Marasmius oreades | Marasmius rotula | Marasmius scorodonius | Marasmius siccus | Marasmius strictipes | Marasmius sullivanti | Marasmius undatus | Marasmius wynnei | Marbrée | 'Marbrée' | 'Marcel Bourgouin' | 'Marchen Land' | Marchenland | 'Marchesa Boccella' | 'Marchioness of Dufferin' | 'Marchioness of Lorne' | 'Maréchal Davoust' | 'Maréchal Neil' | 'Marga' | 'Margaret Chase Smith' | 'Margaret Chessum' | 'Margaret Fleming' | 'Margaret Haywood' | 'Margaret Merril' | 'Margaret Turnbull' | 'Margaret Turnbull' | 'Marguerite Anne' | 'Marguerite Brassac' | 'Marguerite Carels' | 'Marguerite de Roman' | 'Marguerite Desrayaux' | 'Marguerite Guillard' | 'Marguerite Hilling' | 'Marguerite Marsault' | 'Marguerite Rose' | 'Maria Burnett' | 'Maria Liesa' | 'Maria Lisa' | 'Maria Mathilda' | 'Mariandel' | 'Mariandel 92' | 'Marianne Kluis' | 'Marianne Kluis Superior' | 'Marie Brissonet' | 'Marie de Blois' | 'Marie de St Jean' | 'Marie Dermar' | 'Marie d'Orléans' | 'Marie Elizabeth ' | 'Marie Jeanne' | 'Marie Jeanne' | 'Marie Louise' | 'Marie Louise Pernet' | 'Marie Pavié' | 'Marie Tudor' | 'Marie van Houtte' | 'Marie-Victorin' | 'Marigold' | 'Marijke Koopman' | 'Marilyn Monroe' | 'Marina' | 'Marinette' (Auscam) | 'Marjolin' | 'Marjorie Fair' | 'Marjorie LeGrice' | 'Marjory Palmer' | 'Marjory Palmer' | 'Mark Sullivan' | 'Marlena' | 'Marmalade' | 'Marmalade Mist' | 'Marmalade Skies' | Marsdenia oreophila | 'Marshioness of Salisbury' | 'Martha' | 'Martha' | 'Martha Gonzales' | 'Martha Keller' | 'Martha Lambert' | 'Martha's Vinyard' | 'Marthe Cahuzac' | 'Martin Frobisher' | 'Martin Frobisher' | 'Martine Guillot' | 'Mary Bruni' | 'Mary Cave' | 'Mary Countess of Ilchester' | 'Mary Gamon' | 'Mary Guthrie' | 'Mary Guthrie' | 'Mary Jean' | 'Mary Mackillop' | 'Mary Magdalene' (Ausjolly ) | 'Mary Manners' | 'Mary Pope' | 'Mary Pope' | ' | 'Mary Wallace' | 'Mary Webb' (Auswebb) | 'Masquerade' | 'Masquerade' Climbing | 'Matangi' | 'Matchball' | 'Mateo's Silk Butterflies' | 'Mathilde Kärger' | 'Matilda' | 'Maud E. Gladstone' | Maurandella antirrhiniflora | Maurandya barclayana | 'Maurice Bernadin' | 'Maurice Lepelletier' | Mauve Melodee | 'Mavourneen' | 'Mawson' | 'Max Graf' | 'Maxime Corbon' | 'May Lovett' | 'May Queen' | 'Mayor of Casterbridge' (Ausbrid) | Maytenus boaria | Mazus radicans | | 'McGredy's Gem' | 'McGredy's Sunset' | 'McGredy's Triumph' | 'Mecedes' | 'Mécène' | 'Medalion' | Medicago the genus | Medicago arborea | Medinilla fuchsiodes | Medinilla magnifica | 'Meg' | 'Meg Merriles' | 'Megan Louise' | 'Megan Louise' | Melaleuca the genus | Melaleuca coccinea | Melaleuca elliptica | Melaleuca genistifolia | Melaleuca globifera | Melaleuca hypericifolia | Melaleuca leucadendra | Melaleuca linariifolia | Melaleuca quinquenervia | Melaleuca stypheliodes | Melaleuca thymifolia | Melanoleuca alboflavida | Melanoleuca arcuata | Melanoleuca cognata | Melanoleuca grammopodia | Melanoleuca polioleuca | Melanoleuca strictipes | Melanoleuca turrita | Melanophyllum echinatum | Melanophyllum eyrei | Melanoselinum decipiens | Melastiza chateri | 'Melflor' | Melia azederach | Melianthus the genus | Melianthus major | Melicytus the genus | Melicytus ramiflorus | Meliosma the genus | Meliosma dilleniifolia subsp. cuneifolia | 'Mellow Yellow' | Melocactus intortus | 'Melodie' | Melodinus suaveolens | 'Melody Perfumee' | 'Melonda' | 'Memento' | 'Memories' | 'Memory Lane' | Menispermum the genus | 'Menja' | 'Mentor' | Menziesia ciliicalyx var. purpurea | Menziesia ferruginea | Menziesia pentandra | 'Mercator' | 'Mercedes' | 'Mercedes Gallan' | 'Mercedes Mendoza' | 'Merci' | 'Meridian' | Meripilus giganteus | 'Merlin' | 'Mermaid' | Meruliopsis taxicola | Merulius tremellosus | 'Merveille de Lyon' | 'Merveille des Rouges' | Meryta sinclairii | Mespilus germanica | 'Messire Delbard' | Metasequoia the genus | Metasequoia glyptostroboides | 'Meteor' | Metrosideros the genus | Metrosideros carminea | Metrosideros excelsa | Metrosideros kermadecensis | Metrosideros kermadecensis 'Variegatus' | Metrosideros perforata | Metrosideros robusta | 'Miami Moon' | 'Michael Leek' | 'Michelangelo' | Michelia the genus | Michelia doltsopa | Michelia figo | Michelia yunnanensis | Microbiota decussata | Microglossum rufum | Microglossum viride | Micromphale brassicolens | Micromphale foetidum | Microporellus dealbatus | Microtis uniflora | | 'Micurin' | 'Midas Touch' | 'Mieszko' | 'Mignonne' | 'Mijayima' | 'Mikado' | 'Mikado' | 'Mikado' | 'Milestone' | 'Milkmaid' | 'Milkmaid' | Millettia reticulata | 'Millie Walters' | 'Mimi Pinson' | Mimulus the genus | Mimulus 'Verity Purissima' | Mimulus aurantiacus | Mimulus bifidus | Mimulus longiflorus | Mimulus puniceus | 'Minerve' | 'Minette' | 'Mini Magic' | 'Miniature' | 'Minijet' | 'Minilights' | 'Minna' | 'Minnehaha' | 'Minnie Watson' | 'Minnie Watson' | 'Mint Julep' | 'Miracle' | 'Miranda' | 'Mirandy' | 'Miriam Wilkins' | 'Miss Alice' (Ausjake) | 'Miss All Australian Beauty' | 'Miss All-American Beauty' | 'Miss Australia' | 'Miss Caroline' | 'Miss Edith Cavell' | 'Miss G. Mesman' | 'Miss Helyett' | 'Miss Rowena Thom' | 'Mister Lincoln' | 'Mistica' | 'Mistress Allen Chandler' | 'Mistress Bosanquet' | | Mitraria coccinea | Mitrophora semilibera | Mitrula paludosa | 'Mitsouko' | 'Mix 'n' Match' | 'Miyabi' | 'Mlle Alice Rousseau' | 'Mlle Blanche Duzrschmidt' | 'Mlle Blanche Lafitte' | 'Mlle Cécile Brünner' | 'Mlle Cécile Brünner Climbing' | 'Mlle Cecile Brunner Improved' | 'Mlle Emilie Dupuy' | 'Mlle Fernade Dupuy' | 'Mlle Franziska Krüger' | 'Mlle Honorine Duboc' | 'Mlle Joséphine Guyet' | 'Mlle Louise Chabrier' | 'Mlle Renée Denis' | 'Mlle Thérese Levet' | 'Mme A. Lerche' | 'Mme Abel Chatenay' | 'Mme Alégatière' | 'Mme Alfred Carrière' | 'Mme Alfred de Rougemont' | 'Mme Alice Garnier' | 'Mme Antoine Mari' | 'Mme Antoine Rebe' | 'Mme Antoine Rivoire' | 'Mme Apolline Foulon' | 'Mme Armande Souzy' | 'Mme Auguste Perrin' | 'Mme Auguste Rodriques' | 'Mme Baulot' | 'Mme Bérard' | 'Mme Berkeley' | 'Mme Berthe de Forge' | 'Mme Bravy' | 'Mme Butterfly' | 'Mme Butterfly' Climbing | 'Mme C. Chambard ' | 'Mme Caroline Testout' | 'Mme Caroline Testout' (Climbing) | 'Mme Celine Touvais' | 'Mme Charles' | 'Mme Charles Detraux' | 'Mme Charles Verdier' | 'Mme Charles Yojerot' | 'Mme Chevalier' | 'Mme Clemence Joigneaux' | 'Mme Clémence Marchix' | 'Mme Cochet Cochet' | 'Mme Cordier' | 'Mme d`Ablay' | 'Mme d'Arblay' | 'Mme de la Roche-Lambert' | 'Mme de Sancy de Parabère' | 'Mme de Tartas' | 'Mme de Trotter' | 'Mme de Watteville' | 'Mme d'Enfert' | 'Mme Driout' | 'Mme Dubost' | 'Mme Edmond Fabre' | 'Mme Edouard Herriot' | 'Mme Edouard Ory' | 'Mme Elisa de Vilmorin' | 'Mme Ernest Levavasseur' | 'Mme Ernst Calvat' | 'Mme Eugene Resal' | 'Mme Eugénie Frémy' | 'Mme Fanny de Forest' | 'Mme Fillion' | 'Mme François Graindorge' | 'Mme François Pittet' | 'Mme Gabriel Luizet' | 'Mme Gaston Mestreit' | 'Mme Georges Bruant' | 'Mme Georges Delbard' | 'Mme Grégoire Stæchelin' | 'Mme Gustave Soupert' | 'Mme Hardy' | Mme Hector Leuillot | 'Mme Henri Gravereaux' | 'Mme Henry Guillot' | 'Mme Hersile Ortgies' | 'Mme Isaac Periere' | Mme Jean Dupuy | 'Mme Jean Dupuy' | 'Mme Jean Everaerts' | 'Mme Jeannine Joubert' | 'Mme Joseph Bonnaire' | 'Mme Joseph Schwartz' | 'Mme Jules Bouché' | 'Mme Jules Bouche' Climbing | 'Mme Jules Gravereaux' | 'Mme Jules Thibaud' | 'Mme Knorr' | 'Mme Landeau' | 'Mme Laurent Simons ' | 'Mme Laurette Messimy' | 'Mme Lauriol de Barny' | 'Mme Lefébvre' | 'Mme Legras de St Germain' | 'Mme Leon Constantin' | 'Mme Leon Pain' | 'Mme Louis Henry' | 'Mme Louis Laperrière' | 'Mme Louis Lévêque' | 'Mme Louis Lévêque' | 'Mme Louise Piron' | 'Mme Lucien Perrier' | 'Mme Lureau-Escalais' | 'Mme Marcel Fauneau' | 'Mme Mélanie Willermoz' | 'Mme Montet' | 'Mme Moreau' | Mme Nerard | 'Mme Noël' | 'Mme Paul Duringe' | 'Mme Paul Lacoutière' | 'Mme Phillipe Plantamour' | 'Mme Pierre Koechlin' | 'Mme Pierre Oger' | Mme Rambaux' | 'Mme Raoul Fauran' | 'Mme Renard' | 'Mme René Cassin' | 'Mme Renée' | 'Mme Renee Oberthür' | 'Mme Scipion Cochet' | 'Mme Scipion Cochet' | 'Mme Segond Weber' | 'Mme Solvay' | 'Mme Tony Baboud' | 'Mme Trifle' | 'Mme Verrier Cachet' | Mme Victor Verdier | 'Mme Vidot' | 'Mme Violet' | 'Mme Wagram' | 'Mme York' | 'Mme Yves Latieule' | 'Mme Zoetmans' | 'Mme. A. Labbley' | 'Mme. Albert Barbier' | 'Moana' | 'Mock's Rosa Druschki' | 'Modern Art' | 'Moïse' | 'Moje Hammarberg' | 'Molineux' (Ausmol) | 'Molly McGredy' | 'Molly Sharman-Crawford' | 'Momo' | Momordica balsamina | 'Mon Jardin et Ma Maison' | 'Mönch' | 'Monica' | 'Monsieur de Montigny' | 'Monsieur de Morand' | 'Monsieur Désir' | 'Monsieur Edouard Detaille' | 'Monsieur Ernest Dupré' | 'Monsieur Jules Lemaitre' | 'Monsieur Tillier' | 'Montalembert' | Montanoa bipinnatifida | 'Monte Cassino' | 'Montecito' | 'Montecito' | 'Montezuma' | 'Monthly Rambler' | 'Moon Maiden' | 'Moon Mist' | 'Moonbeam' (Ausbeam) | 'Moonlight' | 'Moonraker' | 'Moonsprite' | 'Moonstone' | 'Morava' | Morchella elata | Morchella esculenta | Morchella vulgaris | 'Morden Amorette' | 'Morden Andorette' | 'Morden Blush' | 'Morden Cardinette' | 'Morden Centennial' | 'Morden Fireglow' | 'Morden Snow Beauty' | 'Morden Sunrise' | Morganella subincarnata | 'Morgengruss' | 'Morgengrüss' | 'Morning Has Broken' | 'Morning Jewel' | 'Morning Mist' (AUSfire) | Mortimer Sackler (AUSorts) | Morus the genus | Morus alba | Morus alba 'Pendula' | Morus nigra | Moschata x Polyantha | 'Mosel' | 'Most Unusual Day' | 'Moth' | 'Mothersday' | 'Motiv' | 'Mount Shasta' | 'Mount Shasta Climbing' | 'Mount Vernon' | 'Mountain Snow' | 'Mountain Snow' (Aussnow) | 'Mountbatten' | 'Mousseaux du Japon' | 'Mozart' | 'Mr Bluebird' | 'Mrs Lincoln' | 'Mrs Aaron Ward' | 'Mrs Aaron Ward' | 'Mrs Albert Nash' | 'Mrs Alston's Rose' | 'Mrs Ambrose Ricardo' | 'Mrs Anthony Waterer' | 'Mrs Arthur Curtiss James' | 'Mrs Arthur Robert Waddell' | 'Mrs B R Cant' | 'Mrs Baker' | 'Mrs Campbell Hall' | 'Mrs Charles Bell' | 'Mrs Charles E. Russell' | 'Mrs Cocker' | 'Mrs Colville' | 'Mrs Courtney-Page' | 'Mrs Doreen Pike' | 'Mrs Dudley Cross' | 'Mrs E E Greenwell' | 'Mrs E. Claxton' | 'Mrs F W Flight' | 'Mrs Foley Hobbs' | 'Mrs Fred Danks' | 'Mrs Harold Alston' | 'Mrs Henry Bowles' | 'Mrs Henry Bowles' | 'Mrs Herbert Stevens' | 'Mrs Hugh Dettman' | 'Mrs Iris Clow' | 'Mrs John Laing' | 'Mrs Lovell Swisher' | 'Mrs Mary Thomson' | 'Mrs Norman Watson' | 'Mrs O G Orpen' | 'Mrs Oakley Fisher' | 'Mrs Oliver Mee' | 'Mrs Oswin's Gigantea' | 'Mrs Pat' | 'Mrs Paul' | 'Mrs Paul R Bosley' | 'Mrs Pierre S duPont' | 'Mrs Pierre S duPont' | Mrs R G Sharman-Crawford | 'Mrs R M Finch' | 'Mrs Reynolds Hole' | 'Mrs Rosalie Wrinch' | 'Mrs S W Sandford' | 'Mrs Sam McGredy' | 'Mrs Stewart Clark' | 'Mrs W. H. Cutbush' | 'Mrs Wakefield Christie Miller' | 'Mrs. Jenny Deverman' | Mt Hood | Mucuna sempervirens | 'Mullard Jubilee' | 'Multipetala' | 'München' | Munstead Wood (Ausbernard) | 'Muriel' | Musa acuminata 'Dwarf Cavendish' | Musa basjoo | Musa sikkimensis | Musa velutina | 'Musette' | Mussaenda pubescens | Musschia wollastonii | 'Mutabilis' | Mutinus caninus | Mutinus elegans | Mutisia the genus | Mutisia acuminata | Mutisia decurrens | Mutisia ilicifolia | Mutisia latifolia | Mutisia oligodon | Mutisia subulata | 'My Choice' | 'My Dad' | 'My Mum' | Mycena acicula | Mycena aetites | Mycena alcalina | Mycena arcangeliana | Mycena aurantiidisca | Mycena citrinomarginata | Mycena clavicularis | Mycena crocata | Mycena delicatella | Mycena epipterygia | Mycena filopes | Mycena flavescens | Mycena flavoalba | Mycena fragillima | Mycena fusco-occula | Mycena galericulata | Mycena galopus | Mycena galopus var. candida | Mycena haematopus | Mycena inclinata | Mycena leaiana | Mycena leptocephala | Mycena leucogala | Mycena luteopallens | Mycena maculata | Mycena olivaceomarginata | Mycena oregonensis | Mycena overholtzii | Mycena pearsoniana | Mycena pelianthina | Mycena polygramma | Mycena praedecurrens | Mycena pseudoinclinata | Mycena pura | Mycena renati | Mycena rorida | Mycena rosella | Mycena rutilantiformis | Mycena sanguinolenta | Mycena sepia | Mycena speirea | Mycena strobilinoides | Mycena stylobates | Mycena uracea | Mycena viscosa | Myoporum parvifolium | Myoporum sandwiciense | Myrica the genus | Myrica californica | Myrica gale | | Myrtus the genus | Myrtus communis | Myrtus communis var. tarentina | Myrtus communis 'Variegata' | Myxomphalia maura

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'Nadja' | 'Nancy Hayward' | 'Nancy Hayward' | 'Nancy Shaw' | Nandina domestica | 'Napoléon' | 'Napoléon' | 'Narcisse de Salvandy' | 'Narrow Water' | 'Nastarana' | 'Natasha Maria' | 'Natasha Monet' | 'Nathalie Nypels' | 'National Trust' | Naucoria bohemica | Naucoria centunculus | Naucoria cerodes | Naucoria escharoides | Naucoria scolecina | Nauplius sericeus | 'Nearly Wild' | Nectria cinnabarina | Nectria peziza | 'Neige d'Avril' | 'Neige d'Ete' | 'Neige Rose' | Neillia the genus | Neillia sinensis var ribesoides | Neillia thibetica | Nemopanthus mucronata | Neobulgaria pura | Neobulgaria pura var. foliacea | Neolecta irregularis | Neolentinus schaefferi | Neolitsea levinei | Neolitsea sericea | 'Neon Cowboy' | Neon Lights | 'Neon Lights' | Neottiella rutilans | Nerium the genus | Nerium oleander | 'Néron' | Nesocodon mauretanicus | 'Nestor' | 'Nevada' | Neviusia alabamensis | 'New Beginning' | 'New Daily Mail' | 'New Dawn' | 'New Dawn' | 'New Day' | 'New Face' | 'New Halo' | 'New Year' | 'New Year' | 'New Yorker' | 'New Zealand' | 'Newport Fairy' | 'News' | 'Nicole' | Nicotiana glauca | Nicotiana tomentosa var. leguiana | Nidula candida | Nidularia farcata | 'Nigel Hawthorne' | Night | 'Niles Cochet' | 'Nilson Guy' | 'Nina Weibull' | 'Ninon Vallin' | 'Niphetos' | 'Nipper' | 'Noble Antony' (Ausway) | 'Noblesse' | 'Noëlla Nabonnand ' | Nolanea cetrata | Nolanea farinolens | Nolanea hirtipes | Nolanea lucida | Nolanea staurospora | 'Non Plus Ultra' | Norfolk | 'Norfolk Harmony' | 'Norhausen' | 'Norris Pratt' | 'Norwich Castle' | 'Norwich Salmon' | 'Norwich Union' | Nothofagus the genus | Nothofagus alessandri | Nothofagus antarcoca | Nothofagus betuloides | Nothofagus dombeyi | Nothofagus glauca | Nothofagus menzesii | Nothofagus nitida | Nothofagus obliqua | Nothofagus procera | Nothofagus solandri | 'Nottingham' | 'Nouveau Rouge' | 'Nouveau Vulcan' | 'Nouvelle Pivoine' | 'Nova Zembla' | 'Nozomi' | 'Nuits de Young' | 'Numa Fay' | 'Nur Mahal' | 'Nymphe Egeria' | 'Nymphe Tepla' | 'Nymphenburg' | 'Nypels Perfection' | Nyssa the genus | Nyssa sinensis | Nyssa sylvatica | Nyssa sylvatica 'Wisley Bonfire' | 'Nyveldt's White'

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'Oak Leaf' | Ochna serrulata | 'Octavia Hill' | 'Octavie' | 'Octavius Weld' | 'October' | 'Odee Pink' | 'Odéric Vital' | 'Odette Joyeux' Climbing | Odontonema strictum | 'Oeillet Flamand' | 'Oeillet Parfait' | Oemleria Reichenb | Offranville | 'Ohl' | 'Oklahoma' | | 'Old Gay Hill' | 'Old Glory' | 'Old Master' | 'Old Yellow Scotch' | Oldenburgia grandis | Olea europaea | Olearia the genus | Olearia chathamica | Olearia cheesemanii | Olearia ilicifolia | Olearia macrodonta | Olearia moschata | Olearia phlogopappa | Olearia Rossii | Olearia rotundifolia | Olearia stellulata | Olearia traversii | Olearia virgata | Olearia 'Waikariensis' | Olearia x scilloniensis | 'Olga Marix' | 'Olga Tschachowa' | Oligoporus caesius | Oligoporus obductus | 'Olive' | 'Oliver Delhomme' | 'Olympiad' | 'Olympic Torch' | Olympisches Feuer 92 | 'Olympus' | 'Omar Khayyam' | 'Ombre Panachée' | 'Ombrée Parfaite' | 'Omi Oswald' | Omphalina ectypoides | Omphalina ericetorum | Omphalina griseopallida | Omphalina luteovitellina | Omphalina postii | Omphalina pyxidata | Omphalina wynniae | Omphalotus olearius | Oncoba kraussiana | 'Onkaparinga' | 'Onkaparinga' | Ononis fruticosa | Ononis speciosa | 'Onyx Flamboyant' | 'Opaline' | 'Open Arms' | 'Opening Night' | Opuntia the genus | Opuntia 'Cantabrigiensis' | Opuntia basilaris | Opuntia echinocarpa | Opuntia erinacea | Opuntia gosseliana | Opuntia invicta | Orange Floorshow | 'Orange Honey' | 'Orange Morsdag' | 'Orange Parfait' | 'Orange Splash' | 'Oranges 'n' Lemons' | 'Oratia Maiden' | 'Orchid Masterpiece' | 'Oregold' | Oreocereus deelzianus x semiplatanus | Oreopanax epremesnilianus | 'Orgeuil de Lyon' | 'Oriana' | 'Oriane' | 'Oriental Charm' | 'Oriental Climber' | 'Oriflamme' | Orixa the genus | Orixa japonica 'Variegata' | 'Orléans Rose' | 'Ormiston Roy' | 'Ornement des Bosquets' | 'Orpheline de Juillet' | Osbeckia stellata var. yunnanensis | 'Oscar Chauvry' | 'Oscar Cordel' | Osmanthus the genus | Osmanthus decorus | Osmanthus delavayi | Osmanthus delavayi 'Latifolius' | Osmanthus heterophyllus | Osmanthus x burkwoodii | Osmanthus yunnanensis | Ostrya the genus | Ostrya carpinifolia | Ostrya japonica | Ostrya virginiana | ' | Otidea alutacea | Otidea bufonia | Otidea cochleata | Otidea grandis | Otidea onotica | Oudemansiella mucida | Oudemansiella radicata | 'Our Love' | 'Our Molly' | 'Our Rosamond' | 'Our Rosamund' | 'Out of Yesteryear' | 'Outta the Blue' | 'Ovid' | Oxydendrum the genus | Oxydendrum arboreum | Oxylobium ellipticum | Oxylobium lanceolatum | Oxyporus populinus | Ozothamnus diosmifolius | Ozothamnus hookeri | Ozothamnus ledifolius | Ozothamnus rosmarinifolius

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'Pacesetter' | Pachyella clypeata | Pachypodium succulentum | Pachystachys lutea | Pachystegia the genus | Pachystegia insignis | 'Pacific Triumph' | 'Padre' | 'Paeonia' | Paeonia the genus | Paeonia 'Anne Rosse' | Paeonia delavayi | Paeonia lutea | Paeonia lutea var. lutea | Paeonia lutea x delavayi | Paeonia potaninii 'Alba' | Paeonia suffruticosa | Paeonia x lemoinei 'Argosy' | 'Paeonienrose' | 'Paintbrush' | 'Painted Moon' | 'Pakeha' | Paliurus the genus | Paliurus spina-christi | 'Pallida' | 'Palmengarten Frankfurt' | 'Palmengarten Frankfurt' | 'Paloma Blanca' | 'Pam's Pink' | 'Panachee d'Orleans' | 'Panachée de Lyon' | 'Panachée Double' | 'Panachée Superbe' | Panaeolina foenisecii | Panaeolus ater | Panaeolus campanulatus | Panaeolus retirugis | Panaeolus rickenii | Panaeolus semiovatus | Panaeolus speciosus | Panaeolus sphinctrinus | Panaeolus subbalteatus | Pandanus the genus | Pandanus utilis | 'Pandemonium' | Pandorea the genus | Pandorea jasminoides 'Alba' | Pandorea pandorana | Pandorea pandorana 'Golden Rain' | Panellus mitis | Panellus serotinus | Panellus stypticus | Panus strigosus | Panus torulosus | 'Papa Gontier' | 'Papa Hémeray' | 'Papa Meillland Climbing' | 'Papagena' | 'Papillon' | 'Papillon' | 'Pâquerette' | 'Paquita' | 'Para Ti' | 'Parade' | 'Paradise' | Parahebe the genus | Parahebe catarractae | Parahebe catarractae 'Diffusa' | Parahebe perfoliata | 'Pardinas Bonet' | 'Paris-Match' | | 'Parkdirektor Riggers' | 'Parkjuwel' | 'Park's Yellow Tea-Scented China' | 'Parkzauber' | 'Parkzierde' | 'Parmentier' | Parrotia persica | Parrotiopsis jacquemontiana | Parthenocissus the genus | Parthenocissus quinquefolia | Parthenocissus tricuspidata | 'Parure d'Or' | 'Pasadena Tournament' | 'Pasadena Tournament' (Climbing) | 'Pascali' | 'Pasdena Tournament' | 'Paso Double' | 'Passe Princesse' | Passiflora the genus | Passiflora alata | Passiflora 'Amethyst' | Passiflora antioquiensis | Passiflora bryonioides | Passiflora caerulea | Passiflora caerulea 'Constance Elliott' | Passiflora capsularis | Passiflora citrina | Passiflora coriacea | Passiflora edulis | Passiflora foetida | Passiflora foetida f. hirsute | Passiflora gracilis | Passiflora incarnata | Passiflora 'Incense' | Passiflora jamesonii | Passiflora 'Mauvis Mastics' | Passiflora mixta | Passiflora mixta x manicata | Passiflora mollissima | Passiflora nelsonii | Passiflora platyloba | Passiflora quadrangularis | Passiflora racemosa | Passiflora rubra | Passiflora subpeltata | Passiflora 'Sunburst' | Passiflora tripartita | Passiflora vitifolia | Passiflora x adularia 'Colour of Moonstone' | Passiflora x alato-caerulea | Passiflora x allardii | Passiflora x exoniensis | Passiflora x kewensis | Passionate Kisses | 'Pat Austin' (Ausmum) | Pat James | 'Pat James' | 'Patio Honey' | 'Patio Princess' | 'Patricia' | 'Patrician' | 'Paul Bocuse' | 'Paul Bocuse' | 'Paul Kadolozigue' | 'Paul Lédé' | 'Paul Lédè' | 'Paul Lucchini' | 'Paul Neyron' | 'Paul Noël' | 'Paul Noël' | 'Paul Ricard' | 'Paul Ricault' | 'Paul Shirville' | 'Paul Transon' | 'Paul Verdier' | Paul's Early Blush | 'Paul's Early Blush' | 'Paul's Single White Perpetual' | 'Paula Clegg' | 'Paulette' | 'Paulii' | 'Paulii Rosea' | 'Paulii Rosea' | Paulownia the genus | Paulownia fargesii | Paulownia kawakamii | Paulownia tomentosa | 'Paul's Double Musk' | 'Paul's Lemon Pillar' | 'Paul's Perpetual White' | 'Paul's Scarlet Climber' | 'Pavillon de Prégny' | Pavonia hastata | Pavonia schrankii | Pavonia spinifex | 'Pax' | Paxillus atrotomentosus | Paxillus involutus | Paxillus panuoides | Paxina acetabulum | Paxina leucomelas | 'Peace' | 'Peace Maker' | 'Peacekeeper' | 'Peach Blossom' (Ausblossom) | 'Peach Melba' | 'Peach Patio' | 'Peachy White' | 'Pearl' | 'Pearl Drift' | 'Pearl Meidiland' | 'Pearlie Mae' | 'Pearly Gates' | Pedilanthus tithymaloides subsp. tithymaloides | 'Pedrables' | 'Peer Gynt' | 'Pegasus' (Ausmoon) | 'Peggy Bell' | 'Peggy Netherthorpe' | 'Peggy Rockefeller' | 'Peggy T' | 'Pele' | 'Pélisson' | | 'Penelope' | 'Penelope' | Peniophora incarnata | Peniophora lycii | Peniophora quercina | 'Penny Lane' | 'Pensioners Voice' | Pentas lanceolata | 'Penthouse' | 'People's Princess' | 'Pepino' | 'Peppermint Swirl' | 'Peppermint Twist' | 'Percy Thrower' | | 'Perfect Moment' | 'Perfect Moment' | 'Perfume Beauty' | 'Perfume Delight' | Pericallis lanata | Peristrophe speciosa | 'Perla de Alcañada' | 'Perle Angevine' | 'Perle d'Or' | 'Perle des Jardins' | 'Perle des Neiges' | 'Perle des Panachées' | 'Perle d'Or' | 'Perle d'Or' Climbing' | 'Perle Orléanaise' | 'Perle von Britz' | 'Permanent Wave' | 'Pernille Poulsen' | Perovskia atriplicifolia | 'Perpetually Yours' Climbing | Persea the genus | Persica americana | Persoonia pinifolius | Petalostylis labicheoides | | 'Peter Benjamin' | 'Peter Cottrell' | 'Peter Frankenfeld' | 'Peter Rosegger' | 'Petit Four' | 'Petite Canard' | 'Petite de Hollande' | 'Petite de Hollande' | 'Petite Lisette' | 'Petite Lisette' | 'Petite Marcel' | 'Petite Orléanaise' | 'Petite Orléannaise' | 'Petito' | Petrea volubilis | Petteria ramentacea | Peziza atrovinosa | Peziza badia | Peziza badioconfusa | Peziza bovina | Peziza cerea | Peziza domiciliana | Peziza echinospora | Peziza petersii | Peziza praetervisa | Peziza proteana var. sparassoides | Peziza repanda | Peziza succosa | Peziza vesiculosa | 'Phab Gold' | Phaeocollvbia kauffmanii | Phaeocollybia attenuata?? | Phaeocollybia christinae | Phaeocollybia fallax | Phaeocollybia piceae? | Phaeolepiota aurea | Phaeolus schweinitzii | Phallus impudicus | 'Phantom' | 'Pharaoh' | 'Phare'' | ' | 'Pheasant' | Phebalium nudum | Phellinus chrysoloma | Phellinus ferreus | Phellinus ferruginosus | Phellinus igniarius | Phellinus nigricans | Phellinus pini | Phellodendron the genus | Phellodendron amurense | Phellodendron japonicum | Phellodon confluens | Phellodon melaleucus | Phellodon niger | Phellodon tomentosus | | Philesia magellanica | Phillyrea the genus | Phillyrea angustifolia | Phillyrea latifolia | Phlebia merismoides | Phleogena faginea | Phlogiotis helvelloides | Phlomis the genus | Phlomis bourgaei | Phlomis fruticosa | Phlomis grandiflora | Phlomis italica | Phoenix the genus | Phoenix canariensis | Phoenix dactylifera | Phoenix sylvestris | Phoenocoma prolifera | Pholiota adiposa | Pholiota albocrenulata | Pholiota alnicola | Pholiota astragalina | Pholiota aurivella | Pholiota bakerensis | Pholiota carbonaria | Pholiota decorata | Pholiota destruens | Pholiota flammans | Pholiota flavida | Pholiota highlandensis | Pholiota lenta | Pholiota limonella | Pholiota malicola | Pholiota multifolia | Pholiota myosotis | Pholiota ochrochlora | Pholiota scamba | Pholiota squarrosa | Pholiota squarrosoides | Pholiota terrestris | Pholiota terrestris | Pholiota tuberculosa | Photinia the genus | Photinia 'Redstart' | Photinia arbutifolia | Photinia davidiana | Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin' | Photinia x fraseri 'Robusta' | Phygelius capensis | Phylicia pubescens | 'Phyllis Bide' | 'Phyllis Bide' | 'Phyllis Gold' | Phyllocladus the genus | Phyllocladus alpinus | Phyllocladus trichomanoides | Phylloporus foliiporus | Phylloporus rhodoxanthus | Phyllostachys the genus | Phyllostachys aureosulcata | Phyllostachys bambusoides Castillonis | Phyllostachys edulis | Phyllostachys nigra 'Boryana' | Phyllostachys vivax | Phyllotopsis nidulans | Phymosea rosea | Phymosea umbellata | Physocarpus the genus | Physocarpus monogynus | Physocarpus opulifolius 'Dart's Gold' | Phytolacca dioca | 'Picasso' | Picea the genus | Picea abies | Picea abies 'Acrocona' | Picea abies 'Cranstonii' | Picea abies 'Finedonensis' | Picea abies 'Gregoryana' | Picea abies 'Nidiformis' | Picea abies 'Repens' | Picea abies 'Sargentii' | Picea asperata | Picea brachytyla | Picea breweriana | Picea engelmannii forma glauca | Picea glauca | Picea glauca 'Alberta Globe' | Picea jesoensis 'Nana' | Picea jezoensis var. hondoensis | Picea koyamai | Picea likiangensis | Picea likiangensis var montigena | Picea mariana | Picea mariana 'Nana' | Picea obovata | Picea omorika | Picea orientalis | Picea polita | Picea pungens | Picea pungens forma glauca | Picea pungens 'Globosa' | Picea pungens 'Koster's Prostrate' | Picea rubens | Picea sitchensis | Picea sitchensis 'Tenas' | Picea smithiana | Picea smithiana 'Aurea' | Picea spinulosa | Picea wilsonii | Picoa carthusiana | 'Picotee' | Picrasma the genus | Picrasma quassioides | 'Picture' | 'Picture' Climbing | 'Pierette' | Pieris the genus | Pieris 'Firecrest' | Pieris 'Forest Flame' | Pieris formosa | Pieris Formosa var. forrestii | Pieris japonica | Pieris japonica 'Grayswood' | Pieris japonica 'Pink Delight' | Pieris japonica 'Purity' | | Pieris 'Taiwanensis Group' | 'Pierre Caro' | 'Pierre Cormier' | 'Pierre Wattine' | 'Pierrine' | 'Pierrot' | 'Pigalle' | Pilea involucrata 'Moon Valley' | Pilea peperomioides | Pileostegia the genus | Pileostegia viburnoides | 'Pillnitzer Meisterklasse' | 'Pillow Fight' | 'Pimlico' | 'Pink Abundance' | 'Pink Bassino' | 'Pink Bells' | 'Pink Bells' | 'Pink Bountiful' | 'Pink Cameo' | 'Pink Cardinal' | 'Pink Cloud' | 'Pink Cloud' | 'Pink Crumble Bar' | 'Pink Dawn' | 'Pink Delight' | 'Pink Favourite' | 'Pink Fire' | 'Pink Grüss an Aachen' | 'Pink Hit' | 'Pink Iceberg' | 'Pink Léda' | 'Pink Magic' | 'Pink Meidiland' | 'Pink Mermaid' | 'Pink Panther' | 'Pink Parfait' | 'Pink Pearl' | 'Pink Perpetue' | 'Pink Petticoat' | 'Pink Polyanna' | Pink Porcelain | 'Pink Powderpuff' | 'Pink Roamer' | 'Pink Robusta' | 'Pink Rosette' | 'Pink Rosette' | 'Pink Sublime' | 'Pink Summer Snow' | 'Pink Wonder' | 'Pink Wonder' Climbing | 'Pinkie' | 'Pinocchio' | 'Pinstripe' | 'Pinta' | Pinus the genus | Pinus albicaulis | Pinus aristata | Pinus armandii | Pinus attenuata | Pinus ayacahuite | Pinus balfouriana | Pinus bungeana | Pinus canariensis | Pinus cembra | Pinus cembroides | Pinus contorta | Pinus contorta var. latifolia | Pinus coulteri | Pinus culminicolor | Pinus densiflora | Pinus engelmannii | Pinus flexilis | Pinus halepensis | Pinus heldreichii var. leucodennis | Pinus jeffreyi | Pinus longaeva | Pinus montezumae | Pinus monticola | Pinus muricata | Pinus nigra | Pinus nigra Scenaria | Pinus nigra var. caramanica | Pinus nigra var. maritima | Pinus parvifiora | Pinus patula | Pinus peuce | Pinus pinaster | Pinus pinea | Pinus radiata | Pinus resinosa | Pinus rigida | Pinus roxburghii | Pinus strobus | Pinus strobus 'Amelia's Dwarf' | Pinus strobus 'Macopin' | Pinus sylvestris | Pinus sylvestris subsp. Scotica | Pinus tabuliformis | Pinus thunbergii | Pinus torreyana | Pinus uncinata | Pinus virginiana | Pinus wallichiana | Pinus wallichiana 'Umbraculifera' | Pinus x holfordiana | Pinus yunnanensis | 'Pioneer' | Piptanthus the genus | Piptanthus nepalensis | Piptanthus tomentosus | Piptoporus betulinus | 'Piron Médard' | Pisolithus arrhizus | Pistacia the genus | Pistacia chinensis | Pistacia lentiscus | Pittosporum the genus | Pittosporum omeiense | Pittosporum rhombifolium | Pittosporum tenuifolium | Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Purpureum' | Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Tom Thumb' | Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Garnettii' | Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Irene Paterson' | Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Variegatum' | Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Warnham Gold' | Pittosporum tobira | Pittosporum tobira 'Variegatum' | Pittosporum undulatum | 'Plain Talk' | 'Plaisanterie' | Platanus the genus | Platanus acerifolia | Platanus orientalis | Platanus racemosa | Platycarya strobilacea | Platycladus orientalis | 'Playboy' | 'Playgirl' | 'Pleasure' | Plectostachys serphyllifolia | Plectranthus the genus | Plectranthus argentatus | Plectranthus fruticosus | Plectranthus grallatus | Plectranthus thyrsoideus | 'Pleine de Grace' | Pleioblastus the genus | Pleioblastus auricomus | Pleioblastus linearis | Pleioblastus variegatus | Pleurotellus acerosus | Pleurotellus porrigens | Pleurotus cornucopiae | Pleurotus dryinus | Pleurotus elongatipes | Pleurotus eryngii | Pleurotus lignatilis | Pleurotus ostreatus | Pleurotus pulmonarius | Plicaria leiocarpa | 'Plum Crazy' | Plumbago the genus | Plumbago 'Chessington Blue' | Plumbago auriculata | Plumbago auriculata var. alba | Plumbago indica | Plumeria the genus | Plumeria alba | Plumeria obtusa | Plumeria rubra | Pluteolus aleuriatus | Pluteus admirabilis | Pluteus atromarginatus | Pluteus cervinus | Pluteus depauperatus | Pluteus flavofuligineus | Pluteus leoninus | Pluteus luteovirens | Pluteus lutescens | Pluteus podospileus | Pluteus salicinus | Pluteus semibulbosus | Pluteus umbrosus | Podachaenium eminens | Podalyria the genus | Podalyria calyptrata | Podalyria cordata | Podocarpus the genus | Podocarpus alpinus | Podocarpus andinus | Podocarpus elongatus | Podocarpus henkelii | Podocarpus macrophyllus | Podocarpus polystachyus | Podocarpus salignus | Podocarpus totara | Podoscypha multizonata | Podostroma alutaceum | Podranea brycei | Podranea ricasoliana | 'Poema' | 'Poema' | Pogostemon patchouli | Poliothyrsis sinensis | 'Polka' | Polstjärnan | Polygala the genus | Polygala arillata | Polygala fruticosa | Polygala myrtifolia | Polygala virgata | Polygala x dalmaisiana | 'Polygold' | Polylepis australis | Polyporus alveolaris | Polyporus badius | Polyporus brumalis | Polyporus ciliatus | Polyporus floccipes | Polyporus melanopus | Polyporus radicatus | Polyporus squamosus | Polyporus varius | 'Pompon Blanc Parfait' | Pompon de Bretagne | 'Pompon de Paris' | 'Pompon Panaché' | Ponciris trifoliata | 'Ponctuée' | 'Popcorn' | 'Poppy' | 'Poppy Flash' | Populous x jackii 'Aurora' | Populus the genus | Populus alba | Populus alba 'Richardii' | Populus alba 'Pyramidalis' | Populus balsamifera | Populus canescens | Populus deltoides | Populus grandidentata | Populus lasiocarpa | Populus nigra | Populus nigra 'Italica' | Populus nigra var. betulifolia | Populus tremuloides | Populus tremulu | Populus trichocarpa | Populus x canadensis | Populus x canadensis 'Regenerata' | Populusx canadensis 'Robusta' | 'Porceline de Chine' | Poronia punctata | Poronidulus conchifer | Porpoloma umbrosum | Port Sunlight (Auslofty) | 'Portadown Sally' | 'Porthos' | 'Portmeirion' (Ausguard) | 'Portrait' | 'Post Office' | Postia ptychogaster | 'Postillion' | 'Pot o' Gold' | Potentilla the genus | Potentilla 'Beesii' | Potentilla 'Elizabeth' | Potentilla fruticosa | | Potentilla fruticosa 'Tilford Cream' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Abbotswood' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Red Ace' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Tangerine' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Dart's Goldigger' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Goldfinger' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Grandifiora' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Katherine Dykes' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Mrs Brunshill' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Ochroleuca' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Pink Form' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Princess' | Potentilla fruticosa 'Sunset' | Potentilla fruticosa var. dahurica 'Manchu' | Potentilla fruticosa var. dahurica 'Rhodocalyx' | Potentilla fruticosa var. parvifolia | Potentilla fruticosa var. rigida | Potentilla fruticosa 'Vilmoriniana' | Potentilla fruticosa 'William Purdom' | 'Poulsen's Park Rose' | 'Poulsen's Yellow' | 'Poulsen's Bedder' | 'Poulsen's Crimson' | 'Poulsen's Pearl' | 'Poulsen's Pink' | 'Poulsen's Scarlet' | 'Poulsen's Yellow' | 'Pounder Star' | 'Pourpre' | 'Pourpre Charmant' | 'Poustinia' | 'Prairie Dawn' | 'Prairie Harvest' | 'Prairie Joy' | 'Prairie Princess' | 'Prairie Star' | 'Präsident Hindenburg' | Prasium majus | 'Precious Moments' | 'Precious Platinum' | 'President Briand' | 'Président de Sèze' | 'President Duhem' | 'President Eisenhower' | | 'Président Paulmier' | 'President Schlachter' | 'Président Vignet' | 'Pretty Jessica' (Ausjess) | 'Pretty Pink' | 'Pretty Pink' | 'Pretty Polly' | 'Pride 'n' Joy' | 'Pride of England' | 'Pride of Maldon' | 'Pride of Oakland' | 'Pride of Reigate' Climbing | 'Prima' | 'Prima Ballerina' | 'Prima Donna' | 'Primevère' | 'Primo Passo' | Prince Albert | 'Prince Arthur' | 'Prince Camille de Rohan' | 'Prince Charles' | 'Prince Charlie' | 'Prince de Porcia' | | 'Prince Felix de Luxembourg' | 'Prince Frédéric' | Prince Henri d'Orléans | 'Prince Jean de Luxembourg' | 'Prince Noir' | 'Princeps' | 'Princess Adelaide' | | 'Princess Alice' | 'Princess Margaret of England' | 'Princess Marie' | 'Princess Michael of Kent' | 'Princess Michko' | | 'Princesse' | 'Princesse Adélaïde' | 'Princesse Amédée de Broglie' | 'Princesse Bacchiochi' | 'Princesse de Bearn' | 'Princesse de Joinville' | 'Princesse de Lamballe' | 'Princesse de Monaco' | 'Princesse de Nassau' | 'Princesse de Sagan' | 'Princesse de Vaudemont' | 'Princesse de Venosa' | 'Princesse Marie' | Prinsepia the genus | Prinsepia uniflora | Prinsepia utilis | 'Prinz Hirzeprinzchen' | 'Prinz Max' | 'Prinzessin Maria Theresa' | 'Priscilla Burton' | 'Pristine' | 'Probuzeni' | Procopis glandulosa | 'Professeur Christan Cabrol' | 'Professeur Émile Perrot' | 'Professor Ibrahim' | ' | 'Prominent' | 'Prosper Laugier' | 'Prosperity' | 'Prospero' (Auspero) | Prostanthera the genus | Prostanthera aspalathoides | Prostanthera baxteri | Prostanthera cuneata | Prostanthera incisa | Prostanthera lasianthos | Prostanthera lasianthos var. subcoriacea | Prostanthera nivea | Prostanthera rotundifolia | Prostanthera rotundifolia 'Glen Davis' | Prostanthera saxicola var. montana | Prostanthera striatiflora | Prostanthera walteri | Protea the genus | Protea aurea subsp. aurea | Protea cynaroides | Protea eximia | Protea grandiceps | Protea lacticolor | Protea lepidocarpodendron | Protea nerifolia | Protea nitida | Protea obtusifolia | Protea obtusifolia 'White Owl' | Protea 'Pink Ice' | Protea repens | Protea roupelliae | Protea subvestita | Protea 'Susara' | 'Proud Land' | 'Proud Titania' (Austania) | 'Provins Renoncule' | Prumnopitys andina | Prunus the genus | Prunus 'Shirofugen' | Prunus 'Shirotae' | Prunus 'Shogetsu' | Prunus 'Tai Haku' | Prunus 'Ukon' | Prunus 'Accolade' | Prunus 'Amanogawa' | Prunus 'Amayadori' | Prunus americana | Prunus avium | Prunus bifrons | Prunus bucharica | Prunus campanulata | Prunus cerasifera | Prunus cerasifera cv. 'Pissardii' | Prunus cerasifera ssp. divaricata | Prunus cerasus | Prunus domestica 'Stella' | Prunus dulcis | Prunus glandulosa | Prunus glandulosa 'Sinensis' | Prunus 'Hillieri' | Prunus hirtipes 'Semiplena' | Prunus 'Hokusai' | Prunus ilicifolia | Prunus incana | Prunus incisa | Prunus incisa 'Praecox' | Prunus insititia | Prunus jamasakura | Prunus 'Kanzan' | Prunus laurocerasus | Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken' | Prunus lusitanica | Prunus lusitanica subsp. azorica | Prunus maackii | Prunus mahaleb | Prunus 'Masumae-shirakinu' | Prunus 'Mikuruma-gaeshi' | Prunus mume | Prunus mume 'Alba' | Prunus mume 'Beni-chidori' | Prunus mume 'Dawn' | Prunus mume 'Dione' | Prunus mume 'Omoinomarna' | Prunus mume 'Peggy Clarke' | Prunus 'Okame' | Prunus padus | Prunus padus 'Colorata' | Prunus padus 'Watereri' | Prunus pensylvanica | Prunus persica | Prunus persica 'Nectarella' | Prunus persica 'Flat China' | | Prunus 'Pink Perfection' | Prunus rufa | Prunus sargentii | Prunus serotina | Prunus serrula | Prunus serrulata | Prunus serrulata var. hupehensis | Prunus spinosa | Prunus spinosissima | Prunus subhirtella | Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis' | Prunus subhirtella 'Pandora' | Prunus subhirtella 'Pendula Rosea' | Prunus tenella var. gesslerana 'Firehill' | Prunus tomentosa | Prunus verecunda | Prunus virginiana | Prunus x amygdalopersica | Prunus x yedoensis | Prunus x yedoensis 'Shidare Yoshino' | Psathyrella candolleana | Psathyrella caputmedusae | Psathyrella cernua | Psathyrella conissans | Psathyrella delineata | Psathyrella gossypina | Psathyrella gracilis | Psathyrella hirta | Psathyrella hydrophila | Psathyrella longistriata | Psathyrella marcescibilis | Psathyrella multipedata | Psathyrella obtusata | Psathyrella ochracea | Psathyrella pellucidipes | Psathyrella pennata | Psathyrella pyrotricha | Psathyrella squamosa | Pseudocraterellus sinuosus | Pseudocydonia sinensis | Pseudogynoxis chenopodioides | Pseudogynoxis hoffmannii | Pseudohiatula tenacella | Pseudohydnum gelatinosum | Pseudolarix amabilis | Pseudomerulius aureus | Pseudopanax the genus | Pseudopanax arboreus | Pseudopanax crassifolius | Pseudopanax laetus | Pseudopanax lessonii 'Gold Splash' | Pseudopanax lessonii 'Purpurea' | Pseudopanax lineare | Pseudosasa japonica | Pseudotrametes gibbosa | Pseudotsuga the genus | Pseudotsuga japonica | Pseudotsuga macrocarpa | Pseudotsuga menziesii | Pseudotsuga menziesii 'Fletcheri' | Pseudotsuga menziesii 'Little John' | Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca | Pseudowintera colorata | Psilocybe atrobrunnea | Psilocybe cubensis | Psilocybe cyanescens | Psilocybe merdaria | Psilocybe montana | Psilocybe semilanceata | Psilocybe squamosa (Pers. ex Fr.) Orton var. thrausta | Psoralea aphylla | Psoralea pinnata | Ptelea the genus | Ptelea trifoliata | Pterocarya the genus | Pterocarya fraxinifolia | Pterocarya macropetera var. insigis | Pterocarya rhoifolia | Pterocarya x rehderiana | Pterostyrax the genus | Pterostyrax hispida | 'Pu Tao Hong' | 'Pucelle de Lille' | 'Puerto Rico' | Pulveroboletus ravenelii | Punica the genus | Punica granatum | Punica granatum 'Nana' | 'Pur Caprice' | 'Pure Bliss' | 'Pure Poetry' | 'Purezza' | 'Purple Buttons' | 'Purple Heart' | 'Purple Tiger' | Puya the genus | Puya berteroniana | Puya castellanosii | Puya chilensis | Puya venusta | Pycnoporellus alboluteus | Pycnoporus cinnabarinus | Pyracantha the genus | Pyracantha atalantoides | Pyracantha coccinea 'Lalandei' | Pyracantha 'Mohave' | Pyracantha 'Orange Glow' | Pyracantha rodgersiana | Pyracantha rogersiana 'Flava' | Pyracantha 'Soleil d'Or' | Pyronia veitchii luxemburgiana | Pyrostegia venusta | Pyrus the genus | Pyrus amygdaliformis | Pyrus communis | Pyrus cordata | Pyrus pashia | Pyrus salicifolia | Pyrus salicifolia 'Pendula' | Pyrus ussuriensis

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'Quadra' | 'Quaker Star' | 'Quatre Saison' | 'Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux' | 'Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux' | 'Quatre Saisons d'Italie' | 'Queen Alexandra' | 'Queen Elizabeth' | 'Queen Mother' | 'Queen Nefertiti' (Ausap) | 'Queen of Bath' | 'Queen of Bedders' | Queen of Hearts Weatherly | Queen of Sweden (AUStiger) | 'Queen of the Bourbons' | 'Queen of the Musks' | Queen of the Prairies | 'Queen of the Prairies' | 'Queen's Scarlet' | Quercus the genus | Quercus agrifolia | Quercus alba | Quercus aliena | Quercus aliena var. acuteserrata | Quercus arkansana | Quercus bicolor | Quercus canariensis | Quercus castaneifolia | Quercus cerris | Quercus chrysolepis | Quercus cinerea | Quercus coccifera | Quercus coccinea | Quercus crassifolia | Quercus dentata | Quercus dentata 'Carl Ferris Miller' | Quercus ellipsoidalis | Quercus engelmannii | Quercus falcata | Quercus frainetto | Quercus ilex | Quercus ilex 'Fordii' | Quercus imbricaria | Quercus ithaburensis Deene. | Quercus kelloggii | Quercus laurifolia | Quercus leucotricophora | Quercus libani | Quercus lobata | Quercus macranthera | Quercus macrocarpa | Quercus marilandica | Quercus myrsinifolia | Quercus nutalii | Quercus palustris | Quercus petraea | Quercus petraea var. pinnatifida | Quercus phellos | Quercus pontica | Quercus prinus | Quercus pubescens | Quercus pyrenaica | Quercus reticulata | Quercus robur | Quercus robur 'Concordia' | Quercus robur forma fastigata | Quercus robur forma fastigiata 'Oxycanthifolia' | Quercus rubra | Quercus rubra 'Aurea' | Quercus schumardii | Quercus suber | Quercus texana | Quercus trojana | Quercus variabilis | Quercus velutina | Quercus x heterophylla | Quercus x hispanica | Quercus x hispanica 'Dentata' | Quercus x hispanica 'Lucombeana' | Quercus x hispanica 'Wageningen' | Quercus x leana | Quercus x ludoviciana | Quercus x turneri | Quillaja saponaria | Quisqualis indica

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Radermachera sinica | 'Radiance' | 'Radio Neidersachen' | 'Radio Times' (Aussal) | 'Radium' | 'Radway Sunrise' | 'Raf Braeckman' | Ramaria acrisiccescens | Ramaria araiospora var. araiospora | Ramaria aurea | Ramaria botrytis | Ramaria concolor | Ramaria conjunctipes var.tsugensis | Ramaria cystidiophora var. fabiolens | Ramaria flava | Ramaria flavigelatinosa var. flavigelatinosa | Ramaria flavigelatinosa var. megalospora | Ramaria flavo-saponaria | Ramaria formosa | Ramaria formosa var. concolor | Ramaria gelatinosa var. oregonensis | Ramaria longispora | Ramaria magnipes | Ramaria primulina | Ramaria rubrievanescens | Ramaria strasseri | Ramaria stricta | Ramaria testaceo flava | Ramaria velocimutans | Ramaria xanthosperma | Ramariopsis kunzei | 'Ramira' | 'Ramona' | 'Ranger' | 'Raphael' | 'Rapture' | 'Rasberry Ice' | 'Raspberry Ripple' | 'Rassvet' | 'Raubritter' | Raubritter (garden) | 'Ravensberg' | 'Ray of Hope' | 'Raymond Chenault' | 'Raymond Privat' | 'Rebecca' | 'Rebecca' | 'Reconciliation' | 'Red Blanket' | 'Red Cascade' | 'Red Chief' | 'Red Coat' | 'Red Cross' | 'Red Damask' | 'Red Devil' | Red Diadem | 'Red Elf' | 'Red Haze' | 'Red Hoover' | 'Red Hot' | 'Red Lion' | 'Red Mary Rose' | 'Red Meidiland' | 'Red Moss Rambler' | 'Red Parfum' | 'Red Radiance' | 'Red Ribbon' | 'Red Ribbons' | 'Red Ripples' | 'Red Robin' | 'Red Sweetheart' | 'Red Sweetheart' | 'Red Tag' | 'Red Talisman' | 'Red Talisman' Climbing | 'Redcliffe' | 'Redcoat' (Auscoat) | | Reevesia the genus | Reevesia pubescens | Reevesia thyrsoidea | 'Regensberg' | 'Regensberg' Climbing | 'Regina' | 'Regina Louise' | Rehderodendron | 'Reichspräsident van Hindenberg' | 'Reine de Saxe' | ' | 'Reine des Violettes' | 'Reine Marguerite d'Italie' | 'Reine Marie Henriette' | 'Reine Victoria' | Reinwardtia indica | 'Rembrandt' | 'Remember Me' | 'Renae' | 'Renaissance' | 'Renata Tebaldi' | 'Rendan' | 'Rendezvous' | 'René André' | 'René d'Anjou' | 'Renée Danielle' | 'Renny' | 'Repandia' | Resinomycena rhododendri | 'Restless' | 'Resurrection' | Retro | 'Rev H d'Ombrain' | 'Rev. James Sprunt' Climbing | 'Rêve d'Or' | 'Réveil Dijonnais' | 'Reynolds Hole' | Rhamnus the genus | Rhamnus alaternus | Rhamnus californica | Rhamnus crocea subsp. ilicifolia | Rhamnus frangula | Rhaphiolepis the genus | Rhaphiolepis x delacourii 'Coates Crimson' | Rhaphithamnus spinosus | 'Rhapsody in Blue' | Rhizina undulata | Rhizophom mangle | Rhizopogon ellenae | Rhizopogon luteolus | Rhizopogon occidentalis | Rhizopogon parksii | Rhizopogon rubescens | Rhodocybe hirneola | Rhodocybe popinalis | Rhododendron the genus | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Double Damask' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'S. T. Coleridge' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Ambrosia' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Amoenum' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Amoenum Splende' | Rhododendron (Azalea) bakeri | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Balzac' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Berry Rose' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Chanticleer' | Rhododendron (Azalea) 'Corneille' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Corneille' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Daviesii' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'George Reynolds' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Gloria Mundi' | Rhododendron (Azalea) 'Hatsugiri' | Rhododendron (azalea) 'John Cairns' | Rhododendron (azalea) kaemferi 'Fire Fly' | Rhododendron (azalea) luteum | Rhododendron (azalea) Mollis | Rhododendron (azalea) 'Murillo' | Rhododendron (azalea) periclymenoides | Rhododendron (Azalea) prinophyllum | Rhododendron (Azalea) viscosum | Rhododendron (Azalea) viscosum | Rhododendron (Azalea)'Jeanette' | Rhododendron 'Aquarell' | Rhododendron 'Countess of Haddington' | Rhododendron 'Donald Stanton' | Rhododendron 'Leopold-Astrid' | Rhododendron 'Phoeniceum' | Rhododendron 'Princess Frederica' | Rhododendron aberconwayi | Rhododendron aberconwayi 'His Lordship' | Rhododendron 'Admiral Piet Hein' | Rhododendron albiflorum | Rhododendron 'Alice' | Rhododendron 'Alison Johnstone' | Rhododendron amagianum | Rhododendron ambiguum | Rhododendron 'Amor' | Rhododendron 'Anthony Koster' | Rhododendron 'Anthony Waterer' | Rhododendron anthosphaerum | Rhododendron arborescens | Rhododendron arboreum subsp. delavayi | Rhododendron arboreum subsp. zeylanicum | Rhododendron arboreum var. roseum | Rhododendron argyrophyllum subsp. nankingense | Rhododendron 'Arthur Bedford' | Rhododendron atlanticum | Rhododendron augustinii subsp. augustinii | Rhododendron auriculatum | Rhododendron aurigerianum | Rhododendron Avalanche | Rhododendron barbatum | Rhododendron beanianum | Rhododendron 'Beauty of Littleworth' | Rhododendron 'Biscuit Box' | Rhododendron 'Blue Danube' | Rhododendron 'Blue Diamond' | Rhododendron 'Boddeartianum' | Rhododendron 'Bo-Peep' | Rhododendron brachyanthum subsp. hypolepidotum | Rhododendron brachycarpum | Rhododendron 'Brazil' | Rhododendron 'Bright Straw' | | Rhododendron 'Brookside' | Rhododendron 'Buckland' | Rhododendron 'Bulstrode Park' | Rhododendron bureavii | Rhododendron burttii | Rhododendron 'Calarbor' | Rhododendron calophytum | Rhododendron calophytum 'Queen Wilhelmina' | Rhododendron campanulatum 'Reginald Childs' | Rhododendron campylocarpum subsp. campylocarpum | Rhododendron canadense | Rhododendron canadense forma albiflora | Rhododendron 'Carita' | Rhododendron caucasicum | Rhododendron caucasicum 'Pictum' | Rhododendron cerasinum | Rhododendron championae | Rhododendron 'Chelsea Seventy' | Rhododendron 'Chinese Silver' | Rhododendron 'Choremia' | Rhododendron 'Christmas Cheer' | Rhododendron 'Christopher Wren' | Rhododendron ciliatum | Rhododendron 'Cilipinense' | Rhododendron cinnabarinum subsp. concatenans | Rhododendron cinnabarinum subsp. xanthocodon var. purpurerllum | Rhododendron cinnabarinum Subsp.cinnabarinum | Rhododendron 'Coccinea Speciosa' | Rhododendron 'Compactum Multiflorum' | Rhododendron concinnum | Rhododendron 'Conroy' | Rhododendron 'Conyan' | Rhododendron 'Cornish Cross' | Rhododendron 'Cornubia' | Rhododendron 'Corringe' | Rhododendron 'Cowslip' | Rhododendron crassifolium | Rhododendron 'Crest' | Rhododendron 'Cunningham's White' | Rhododendron cyanocarpum | Rhododendron 'Cynthia' | Rhododendron 'Daffarn' | Rhododendron 'Dairymaid' | Rhododendron dalhousiae | Rhododendron 'Damaris of Magor' | Rhododendron 'Dame Nellie Melba' | Rhododendron dauricum | Rhododendron dauricum 'Midwinter' | Rhododendron davidsonianum | Rhododendron 'Day Spring' | Rhododendron decorum | Rhododendron dichroanthum subsp. scyphocalyx | Rhododendron 'Didpa' | Rhododendron 'Discolor' | Rhododendron 'Dora Amateis' | Rhododendron eclecteum Var bellatulum | Rhododendron eclectum var. eclectum | Rhododendron 'Eddy' | Rhododendron edgeworthii | Rhododendron 'Electra' | Rhododendron 'Elizabeth' | Rhododendron 'Exquiseta' | Rhododendron falconeri | Rhododendron 'Fanny' | Rhododendron fastuosum 'Flora Pleno' | Rhododendron flammeum | Rhododendron 'Flora' | Rhododendron formosum | Rhododendron fortunei 'Mrs Butler' | Rhododendron fortunei subsp. discolor | Rhododendron 'Fragrantissimum' | Rhododendron 'Frank Galsworthy' | Rhododendron 'Freya' | Rhododendron fulgens | Rhododendron fulvum | Rhododendron fulvum subsp. fulvoides | Rhododendron 'G. A. Sims' | Rhododendron 'Gartendirektor Rieger' | Rhododendron 'Gilian' | Rhododendron glaucophyllum | Rhododendron 'Glory of Littleworth' | Rhododendron Gloxinaeflorum | Rhododendron 'Golden Oriole Talavera' | Rhododendron 'Goldfort' | Rhododendron 'Goldsworth Yellow' | Rhododendron griersonianum | Rhododendron griffithianum | Rhododendron 'Grosclaude' | Rhododendron haematodes | Rhododendron 'Harvest Moon' | Rhododendron 'Hawk Cherry' | Rhododendron heliolepis | Rhododendron 'Hershey's Red' | Rhododendron 'Hinamoyo' | Rhododendron hodgsonii | Rhododendron 'Ho-o' | Rhododendron impeditum | Rhododendron 'Irene Koster' | Rhododendron 'Iro-Hayama' | Rhododendron 'J. G. Millais' | Rhododendron 'Jalisco Goshawk' | Rhododendron 'Jeanne Oosthock' | Rhododendron 'jelisio Jubilant' | Rhododendron 'Jenny' | Rhododendron 'Joanita' | Rhododendron 'Jocelyne' | Rhododendron johnstoneanum | Rhododendron kaempferi 'Semperflorens' | Rhododendron 'Katsura-no-hama' | Rhododendron keiskei | Rhododendron keysii | Rhododendron 'Kiev' | Rhododendron 'Kilimanjaro' | Rhododendron kiusianum | Rhododendron kiyosumense | Rhododendron 'Klondyke' | Rhododendron konorii | Rhododendron 'Koster's Brilliant Red' | Rhododendron 'Kure-no-Yuki' | Rhododendron lacteum | Rhododendron laetum | Rhododendron lanigerum | Rhododendron 'Lascaux' | Rhododendron 'Le Feber' | Rhododendron lepidotum 'Reuthe's Purple' | Rhododendron leptanthum | Rhododendron leucaspis | Rhododendron lochiae x javanicum | Rhododendron loderi 'King George' | Rhododendron 'Loder's White' | Rhododendron loranthiflorum | Rhododendron 'Lord Roberts' | Rhododendron lukiangense | Rhododendron Luscombei | Rhododendron lutescens | Rhododendron macabeanum | Rhododendron macgregoriae | Rhododendron maculiferum | Rhododendron magnificum | Rhododendron makinoi | Rhododendron mallotum | Rhododendron 'May Day' | Rhododendron 'May Day' x 'Ivanhoe' | Rhododendron meddianum | Rhododendron micranthum | Rhododendron microphyton | Rhododendron 'Minteme Cinnkeys' | Rhododendron minus var. chapmannii | Rhododendron minus var. minus | Rhododendron montroseanum | Rhododendron 'Moonstone' | Rhododendron 'Mother's Day' | Rhododendron 'Mount Everest' | Rhododendron moupinense | Rhododendron 'Mrs A. T. de la Mare' | Rhododendron 'Mrs Davies Evans' | Rhododendron 'Mrs E. C. Stirling' | Rhododendron 'Mrs Furnival' | Rhododendron 'Mrs G. W. Leak' | Rhododendron 'Mrs Lionel de Rothschild' | Rhododendron mucronulatum | Rhododendron 'Nancy Waterer' | Rhododendron 'Naomi' | Rhododendron 'Narcissiflora' | Rhododendron neoglandulosum | Rhododendron neriiflorum | Rhododendron 'Nestor' | Rhododendron 'Nick Skelton' | Rhododendron niveum | Rhododendron 'Norma' | Rhododendron occidentale | Rhododendron 'Olive' | Rhododendron 'Orange Beauty' | Rhododendron orbiculare | Rhododendron oreotrephes | Rhododendron orerodoxa | Rhododendron ovatum | Rhododendron 'Oxydol' | Rhododendron pachypodum | Rhododendron pachytrichum | Rhododendron 'Palestrina' | Rhododendron 'Pallas' | Rhododendron pentaphyllum | Rhododendron 'Persil' | Rhododendron 'Phoebe' | Rhododendron 'Pink Diamond' | Rhododendron 'Pink Glory' | Rhododendron 'Pink Pearl' | Rhododendron 'Pippa' | Rhododendron pocophorum | Rhododendron 'Polar Bear' | Rhododendron polyanthemum | Rhododendron polylepis | Rhododendron ponticum | Rhododendron 'Portia' | Rhododendron 'Praecox' | Rhododendron praevernum | Rhododendron 'President Roosevelt' | Rhododendron 'Pride of Leonardslee' | Rhododendron principis | Rhododendron 'Professor Hugo de Vries' | Rhododendron pseudochrysanthum | Rhododendron 'Purple Splendour' | Rhododendron 'Queen Elizabeth 11' | Rhododendron 'Queen Emma' | Rhododendron 'Queen of Hearts' | Rhododendron 'Queen's Wood' | Rhododendron quinquefolium | Rhododendron racemosum | Rhododendron 'Racil' | Rhododendron retusum | Rhododendron rex subsp. fictolacteum | Rhododendron 'Richard Gill' | Rhododendron rigidum 'Album' | Rhododendron 'Romany Chal' | Rhododendron 'Rosa Mundi' | Rhododendron 'Rothenberg' | Rhododendron roxieanum | Rhododendron 'Roza Stevenson' | Rhododendron 'Ruth Lyon' | Rhododendron sanguineum var. haemaleum | Rhododendron sanguineum var. didymoides | Rhododendron 'Sappho' | Rhododendron 'Sarah Jane' | Rhododendron 'Satan' | Rhododendron 'Satan' | Rhododendron scabrum | Rhododendron 'Scarlett O'Hara' | Rhododendron schlippenbachii | Rhododendron 'Scintillation' | Rhododendron semnoides | Rhododendron sessilifolium | Rhododendron 'Seta' | Rhododendron 'Seven Stars' | Rhododendron 'Sigismund Rucker' | Rhododendron 'Silkcap' | Rhododendron sinense | Rhododendron sinogrande | Rhododendron smirnowii | | Rhododendron 'Solion' | Rhododendron souliei | Rhododendron 'Spek's Orange' | Rhododendron spinuliferum | Rhododendron spinulosum | Rhododendron 'St Tudy' | Rhododendron stewartianum | Rhododendron 'Strawberry Ice' | Rhododendron 'Streatley' | Rhododendron strigillosum | Rhododendron suaveolens | Rhododendron 'Summer Time' | Rhododendron 'Sun of Austerlitz' | Rhododendron 'Surrey Heath' | Rhododendron sutchuenense | Rhododendron 'Tally Ho' | Rhododendron 'Temple Belle' | Rhododendron 'The Honourable Jean Marie de Montague' | Rhododendron 'Thom Williams' | Rhododendron thomsonii | Rhododendron 'Thunderstorm' | Rhododendron tosuemense | Rhododendron 'Toucan' | Rhododendron triflorum | Rhododendron 'Unknown Warrior' | Rhododendron uvariifolium | Rhododendron vaseyi | Rhododendron vaseyi 'White Find' | Rhododendron veitchianum | Rhododendron venator | Rhododendron vernicosum | Rhododendron 'Vintage Rose' | Rhododendron vitis-idaea | Rhododendron 'Vuyks Scarlet' | Rhododendron 'W. F. H.' | Rhododendron wardii | Rhododendron wasonii | Rhododendron werei | Rhododendron williamsianum | Rhododendron 'Windsor Lad' | Rhododendron 'Winsome' | Rhododendron x Giraldii | Rhododendron x loderi 'Irene Stead' | Rhododendron x loderi 'King George' | Rhododendron x loderi 'Venus' | Rhododendron x pulcherrimum | Rhododendron yakushimamum X 'Kiev' | Rhododendron yakushimanum | Rhododendron yunnanense | Rhododendron zoelleri | 'Rhodoloque Jules Gravereaux' | Rhodomyrtus tomentosa | Rhodosphaera rhodanthema | Rhodotus palmatus | 'Rhonda' | Rhopalostylis baueri | Rhopalostylis sapida | Rhus the genus | Rhus aromatica | Rhus chinensis | Rhus copallina | Rhus coriaria | Rhus coriaria | Rhus integrifolia | Rhus lancea | Rhus ovata | Rhus pendulina | Rhus punjabensis | Rhus trichocarpa | Rhus typhina | Rhus verniciflua | Rhus x pulvinata Autumn Lace Group | 'Rhythm 'n' Blues' | Ribes the genus | Ribes laurifolium | Ribes longiracemosum | Ribes menziesii | Ribes nigrum 'Ben Nevis' | Ribes odoratum | Ribes sanguineum | Ribes speciosum | Ribes uva-crispa | Ribes x gordonianum | Richea dracophylla | 'Richmond' | Ricinocarpos tuberculatus | Ricinocarpos tuberculatus 'Bridal Star' | Rickenella fibula | Rickinella swartzii | 'Ricksbyggerosen' | Rigidoporus ulmarius | Rina Herholdt | 'Rina Hugo' | 'Ringlet' | 'Rio Samba' | Ripartites tricholoma | 'Ripples' | 'Rise 'n' Shine' | 'Risque' | 'Rita Levi Montalcini' | 'Ritter von Barmstede' | 'Rival de Paestum' | 'Riviera' | 'Rob Roy' | 'Robbie Burns' (Ausburn) | 'Robert de Brie' | 'Robert Duncan' | 'Robert le Diable' | 'Robert Léopold' | 'Roberta Bondar' | 'Roberta Bondar' | 'Roberto Capucce' | 'Robin Hood' | Robinia the genus | Robinia 'Hillieri' | Robinia hispida | Robinia kelseyi | Robinia neomexicana | Robinia pseudoacacia | Robinia pseudoacacia 'Aurea' | Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia' | Robinia viscosa | 'Robusta' | 'Robusta' | 'Roby' | 'Rochester Cathedral' | 'Rocky' | 'Rod Stillman' | 'Rodeo Drive' | 'Rodhatte' | 'Rodourerosen' | 'Roel Dach' | 'Roger Lambelin' | 'Roi des Aunes' | 'Rokoko' | Roldana petasitis | 'Roletta' | 'Romance' | 'Romance' | 'Romantic Hedgerose' | 'Romantic Sunrise' | 'Rome' | Romneya the genus | Rondeletia the genus | Rondeletia roezlii | 'Rookwood China' | Rosa nitida | Rosa the genus | Rosa abyssinica | Rosa achburensis | Rosa acicularis | Rosa acicularis var nipponensis | | Rosa albertii | Rosa arkansana | Rosa arkansana var. suffulta | Rosa arvensis | Rosa beggeriana | Rosa bella | Rosa blanda | Rosa britzensis | Rosa brunonii 'Betty Sherriff' | Rosa brunonii 'La Mortola' | Rosa californica | Rosa californica 'Alba' | Rosa carolina | Rosa caryophyllacea Besser (1815). | Rosa caudata | Rosa corymbifera Borkh. (1790) | Rosa corymbulosa | Rosa cymosa | Rosa davidii | Rosa davidii var elongata | Rosa davurica | Rosa dumalis | Rosa dumalis x pendulina | Rosa ecae | Rosa fedtschenkoana | Rosa filipes | | Rosa foliosa | Rosa forrestiana | Rosa gallica | Rosa gallica 'Conditorum' | Rosa gallica 'Officinalis' | Rosa gallica var. pumila | Rosa gallica 'Versicolor' | Rosa gigantea | Rosa giraldii | | Rosa glomerata | Rosa gymnocarpa | Rosa helenae | Rosa helmslyana | Rosa hemisphaerica | Rosa henryi | Rosa hirtula (Regel) Nakai | Rosa hissarica | Rosa holodonta | Rosa horrida | Rosa hugonis | Rosa iliensis | Rosa iridens | Rosa karakalensis Kult. (1944). | Rosa kordesii | Rosa koreana Komarov. | Rosa laevigata | Rosa laxa | Rosa longicuspis | Rosa luciae | Rosa luciae var. onoei | Rosa macounii | Rosa macrophylla | Rosa macrophylla | Rosa macrophylla 'Rubricaulis' | Rosa majalis | Rosa micrantha | Rosa minutifolia Engelm. | Rosa mollis | | Rosa mulliganii | | Rosa murieliae | Rosa nutkana | Rosa nutkana var. hispida | Rosa nutkana var. muriculata | Rosa obtusifolia | Rosa orientalis | Rosa palustris | 'Rosa Parvifolia' | Rosa pendulina | Rosa pendulina var lagenariodes | Rosa Pendulina var. oxyodon | Rosa persica | Rosa phoenicia | | Rosa pisocarpa | Rosa prattii | Rosa primula Boul. | Rosa pulverulenta | Rosa roxburghii | Rosa roxburghii | Rosa roxburghii f. normalis | Rosa roxburghii normalis | Rosa rubiginosa | | Rosa rubus | | Rosa sambucina | Rosa sempervirens | Rosa sericea subsp. omeiensis forma pteracantha | Rosa sericea subsp. omeiensis (Rolfe) Roberts | Rosa setigera | Rosa setipoda | Rosa sherardii Davies (1813) | Rosa sikangensis | Rosa soulieana | Rosa spaethiana | Rosa stellata var. mirifica (Greene) Cockerell | Rosa stylosa Desf. (1809). | Rosa svanetica | Rosa sweginzowii | Rosa villosa | Rosa virginiana | Rosa wardii | Rosa webbiana | Rosa webbiana var nanothamnus | Rosa wichurana | Rosa wintoniensis | Rosa woodsii var fendleri | Rosa woodsii var. ultramontana | Rosa x mariae-graebneriae | Rosa x acanthi | Rosa x alba | Rosa x coryana | Rosa x damascena versicolor | Rosa x fortuniana | Rosa x francofurtana | Rosa x hardii | Rosa x harisonii | Rosa x hibernica | Rosa x macrantha | | Rosa x reversa | Rosa x richardii | Rosa x rugotida | Rosa xanthina 'Canary Bird' | Rosa xanthina f. spontanea | Rosa yainacensis | 'Rosa Zwerg' | 'Rosabell' | 'Rosada' | 'Rosalita' | 'Rosalynn Carter' | 'Rosario' | 'Rose 2000' | 'Rose à Parfum de l'Haÿ' | 'Rose à Parfum de Grasse' | 'Rose Benary' | Rose 'Bennett's Seedling' | Rose 'Corporal Johann Nagy' | 'Rose d'Amour' | 'Rose de la Maître École' | 'Rose de Meaux' | 'Rose de Meaux White' | 'Rose de Puteaux' | 'Rose de Rennes' | 'Rose de Rescht' | 'Rose de Romay' | 'Rose de Schelfhout' | 'Rose des Maures' | 'Rose Dot' | 'Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourpres' | Rose 'Duc de Constantine' | 'Rose Edouard' | 'Rose Foucheaux' | 'Rose Gaujard' | 'Rose Hill' | 'Rose Marie Viaud' |

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| Rose of Picardy (AUSfudge) | 'Rose of Tralee' | Rose 'Princesse Louise' | Rose 'Queen of the Prairies' | Rose 'Roselina' | 'Roselina' | 'Rosemary Harkness' | 'Rosemary Rose' | Rosemoor (AUStough) | 'Rosenelfe' | 'Rosenfest' | 'Rosenfest' | 'Rosenreigen' | 'Rosenresli' | 'Roseraie de l'Haÿ' | Rosmarinus the genus | Rosmarinus eriocalix | Rosmarinus officinalis | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Benenden Blue' | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Corsican Blue' | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Fota Blue' | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Tuscan Blue' | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Majorca Pink' | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Miss Jessup's Upright' | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Roseus' | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Severn Sea' | Rosmarinus officinalis 'Sissinghurst Blue' | Rosmarinus officinalis The Prostratus group | 'Rostock' | 'Rosy Cheeks' | 'Rosy Cushion' | 'Rosy Cushion' | 'Rosy Floorshow' | 'Rosy Purple' | 'Rote Apart' | 'Rote Flamme' | 'Rote Max Graf' | 'Rote Sport von Gloria Dei' | 'Rote Woge' | 'Rotesmeer' | 'Rotkappchen' | 'Rotkäppchen' | 'Rouge Angevine' | 'Rouge Dorieux' | 'Rouge Mallerin' | 'Rouge Royal' | 'Rouletii' | 'Rouletii' | 'Roundelay' | 'Roxburghe Rose' | 'Roxelane' | 'Royal Albert Hall' | 'Royal Amethyst' | 'Royal Blush' | 'Royal Dane' | 'Royal Dream' | 'Royal Gold' | Royal Highness | 'Royal Porcelain' | 'Royal Romance' | 'Royal Scarlet Hybrid' | 'Royal Show' | 'Royal Sunset' | 'Royal Worcester' | 'Royden' | Roystonia regia | Rozites caperatus | 'Rubaiyat' | 'Rubens' | 'Rubra' | Rubus the genus | Rubus amabilis | Rubus biflorus | Rubus calophyllus | Rubus cockburnianus 'Goldenvale' | Rubus deliciosus | Rubus lineatus | Rubus neo-mexicanus | Rubus odoratus | Rubus odoratus x 'Tridel' | Rubus parviflorus | Rubus spectabilis | Rubus tricolor | Rubus 'Tridel Benenden' | Rubus trilobus | 'Ruby Anniversary' | 'Ruby Lips' | 'Ruby Wedding' | 'Rudola' | 'Rudolf von Bennigsen' | Ruellia macrantha | 'Ruga' | 'Rugelda' | 'Rugspin' | 'Rumba' | 'Rumba' | 'Rusalka' | Ruscus the genus | Ruscus aculeatus | 'Rush' | 'Rushing Stream' (Austream) | 'Ruskin' | Russellia equisetiformis | Russellia sarmentosa | 'Russelliana' | Russula adusta | Russula aeruginea | Russula albonigra | Russula alutacea | Russula amoenolens | Russula aquosa | Russula aurea | Russula ballouii | Russula betularum | Russula bicolor | Russula brevipes | Russula brunneola | Russula brunneoviolacea | Russula caerulea | Russula cessans | Russula claroflava | Russula compacta | Russula crassotunicata | Russula crustosa | Russula curtipes | Russula cyanoxantha | Russula decolorans | Russula delica | Russula densifolia | Russula earlei | Russula elegans | Russula emetica | Russula erythropus | Russula farinipes | Russula fellea | Russula flavida | Russula foetens | Russula fragrantissima | Russula gracilis | Russula gracillima | Russula granulata | Russula graveolens | Russula grisea | Russula heterophylla | Russula humidicola | Russula integra | Russula ionochlora | Russula krombholtzii | Russula laurocerasi | Russula lepida | Russula lundelii | Russula lutea | Russula luteotacta | Russula maculata | Russula mairei | Russula mariae | Russula modesta | Russula montana | Russula mordax | Russula mutabilis | Russula nauseosa | Russula nigricans | Russula nitida | Russula norvegica | Russula obscura | Russula occidentalis | Russula ochroleuca | Russula ochroleucoides | Russula odorata | Russula olivacea | Russula olivaceoviolascens | Russula paludosa | Russula parazurea | Russula peckii | Russula pectinatoides | Russula perlactea | Russula persicina | Russula polychroma | Russula polycystis | Russula polyphylla | Russula pseudointegra | Russula pseudolepida | Russula puellaris | Russula pulchella | Russula pulchra | Russula raoultii | Russula redolens | Russula rhodopoda | Russula rosea | Russula roseipes | Russula rubescens | Russula sanguinea | Russula sardonia | Russula seperina | Russula sericeonitens | Russula silvicola | Russula simillima | Russula simulans | Russula sororia | Russula subfoetens | Russula subfragiliformis | Russula turci | Russula variata | Russula velenovskyi | Russula versicolor | Russula vesca | Russula vinosa | Russula vinosobrunnea | Russula violeipes | Russula virescens | Russula viridofusca | Russula xerampelina | 'Rustica' | Ruta graveolens | 'Ruth Harker' | 'Ruthchen' | Rutstroemia firma | Rutstroemia luteovirescens | 'Ruyton'

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Sabal bermudiana | Sabine | 'Sabrina' | 'Sachalin' | 'Sachsengruss' | 'Saddlers Wells' | 'Safrano' | 'Saga' | 'Sahara' | 'Sai Zhao Jun' | 'Saint Patrick' | 'Sai-Un' | 'Sakura-Gasumi' | 'Salammbo' | 'Salet' | Salix the genus | Salix alba | Salix alba subsp. vitellina 'Britzensis' | Salix alba subsp. vitellina 'Yelverton' | Salix aurita | Salix bockii | Salix caprea | Salix chilensis 'Fastigata' | Salix cinerea | Salix cinerea ssp. oleifiolia | Salix discolor | Salix exigua | Salix gracilistyla var. Melanostchys | Salix hastata 'Wehrhahnii' | Salix hookeriana | Salix lanata | Salix magnifica | Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa' | Salix moupinensis | Salix nigra | Salix pentandra | Salix repens | Salix viminalis | Salix x chrysocoma | 'Sally Holmes' | 'Sally Holmes' | 'Salmon Spray' | Salvia the genus | Salvia africana-coerulea | Salvia africana-lutea | Salvia apiana | Salvia atrocyanea | Salvia buchananii | Salvia canariensis | Salvia candelabrum | Salvia chamaedryoides | Salvia coccinea var. pseudococcinea | Salvia elegans | Salvia fulgens | Salvia greggii | Salvia guaranitica 'Blue Enigma' | Salvia 'James Compton' | Salvia leucantha | Salvia microphylla | Salvia microphylla var wislizenii | Salvia microphylla var, neurepia | Salvia officinalis | Salvia officinalis 'Icterina' | Salvia officinalis 'Purpurascens' | Salvia regla | Salvia sessei | Salvia x jamensis | Salvia x jamensis 'La Luna' | Salvia x jamensis 'Pat Vlasto' | 'Salza' | 'Sam Houston Rose' | Sambucus the genus | Sambucus niger 'Guincho Purple' | Sambucus nigra | Sambucus nigra 'Aureomarginata' | Sambucus nigra 'Pulvurentula' | Sambucus racemosa | Sambucus racemosa 'Aurea' | Sambucus racemosa 'Plumosa Aurea' | Sambucus racemosa 'Southerland Gold' | Sambucus racemosa 'Tenuifolia' | Sambucus sieboldiana | 'Sammy' | 'San Luis Rey' | 'Sanchette' | 'Sander's White Rambler' | 'Santa Anita' | 'Santa Anita' | 'Santa Catalina' | 'Santa Fe' | 'Santa Rosa' | Santolina the genus | Santolina chamaecyperissus | Santolina pinnata | Santolina pinnata ssp. neapolitana | Santolina pinnata ssp. neapolitana 'Edward Bowles' | Santolina rosmarinifolia | Sapindus the genus | Sapindus drummondii | Sapindus saponaria | 'Sappho' | 'Sarabande' | 'Sarah Arnot' | 'Sarah Jo' | 'Sarah VanFleet' | SARASOTA SPICE | Sarcocaulon crassicaule | Sarcococca the genus | Sarcococca confusa | Sarcococca hookeriana | Sarcococca hookeriana 'Purple Stem' | Sarcococca humilis | Sarcococca ruscifolia | Sarcodon atroviridis | Sarcodon fennicum | Sarcodon imbricatum | Sarcodon joeides | Sarcodon scabrosum | Sarcodon underwoodii | Sarcodontia setosa | Sarcoscypha coccinea | Sarcoscypha occidentalis | Sarcosoma mexicana | Sarcosphaera crassa | Sarcostemma viminale | 'Sargent' | Sarmienta repens | Sasa the genus | Sasa palmata | Sasa palmata 'Nebulosa' | Sasa veitchii | Sasaella ramosa | | 'Saturnia' | Saurauia griffithii | 'Savoy Hotel' | Saxegothaea conspicua | 'Saxy Bob' | 'Sázawa' | Scabiosa cretica | 'Scabrosa' | Scaevola aemula 'Blue Wonder' | Scaevola crassifolia | Scaevola gracilis | 'Scarborough Fair' | 'Scarlet Glory' | 'Scarlet Knight' | 'Scarlet Moss' | 'Scarlet Patio' | 'Scarlet Queen Elizabeth' | 'Scarman's Crimson China' | 'Scented Air' | 'Scentimental' | 'Scepter'd Isle' (Ausland) | 'Scharlachglut' | Schefflera the genus | Schefflera actinophylla | Schefflera arboricola | Schefflera elegantissima | Schefflera impressa | Schefflera umbellifera | Schinus the genus | Schinus polygamus subsp. ovatus | Schinus terebinthifolius | Schisandra the genus | Schisandra rubriilora | Schizophragma the genus | Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Roseum' | Schizophragma integrifolium | Schizophragma intergrifolia | Schizophyllum commune | Schizopora paradoxa | 'Schlöß Mannheim' | 'Schneelicht' | 'Schneelicht' | 'Schneeprinzessin' | 'Schneeschirm' | 'Schneewaltzer' | Schneewalzer | 'Schoener's Nutkana' | 'Schoener's Nutkana' | 'Schön Ingeborg' | 'Schoolgirl' | Schotia afra | Schotia brachypetala | 'Schuss' | 'Schwarze Madonna' | Schweizer Garten | Sciadopitys verticillata | 'Scintillation' | 'Scintillation' | Scleroderma areolatum | Scleroderma cepa | Scleroderma citrinum | Scleroderma geaster | Scleroderma verrucosum | Sclerotinia tuberosa | Scolopia braunii | Scutellinia scutellata | Scutellinia umbrarum | 'Sea Foam' | 'Sea Foam' | 'Sea of Tranquility' | 'Sea Pearl' | 'Sea Spray' | 'Seager Wheeler' | 'Seagull' | 'Seagull' | 'Sealing Wax' | Sebacina incrustans | 'Sebastian Kneipp' | 'Secret' | 'Secret Garden Musk Climber' | 'Secretaire J Nicolas' | 'Seduction' | 'Séguier' | 'Seigesperle' | 'Seiko' | 'Selfridges' | Semiarundinaria fastuosa | 'Senateur Amic' | 'Senator' | 'Senator Burda' | Senecio the genus | Senecio cineraria | Senecio compactus | Senecio johnstonii subsp. johnstonii | Senecio monroi | | Senecio 'Sunshine' | 'Senior Prom' | Senna the genus | Senna alata | Senna corymbosa | Senna didymobotrya | Senna phyllodinea | Senna septentrionalis | Senna spectabilis | 'Senora de Carulla' | 'September Morn' | Sepultaria arenicola | Sepultaria sumneriana | Sequoia the genus | 'Sequoia Gold' | 'Sequoia Jewel' | Sequoia sempervirens | Sequoiadendron the genus | Sequoiadendron giganteum | 'Serendipity' | Serissa the genus | Serpula himantioides | Serpula lacrymans | 'Serratipetala' | Sesbania punicea | 'Setina' | 'Seven Seas' | 'Seven Sisters' | 'Seventeen' | 'Sexy Rexy' | 'Shadow' | 'Shadow' | 'Shadow Dancer' | 'Shady Lady' | 'Shady Lady' | 'Shaida' | 'Shailer's Provence' | 'Shailer's White Moss' | 'Shakespeare Festival' | 'Sharifa Asma' (Ausreef) | 'Sharon's Delight' | 'Sheelagh Baird' | 'Sheer Bliss' | 'Sheila Bellair' | 'Sheila Fleming' | 'Sheila's Perfume' | Shepherdia the genus | 'Shine On' | 'Shining Light' | 'Shining Light' | 'Shining Ruby' | 'Shin-Sei' | 'Shocking Blue' | 'Shöne von Holstein' | 'Shot Silk' | 'Shot Silk' | 'Show 'n' Tell' | 'Show Girl' | 'Showbiz' | 'Shower of Gold' | 'Showy Pavement' | 'Shreveport' | 'Shropshire Lass' | 'Si' | 'Si Bemol' | 'Sibelius' | Sibiraea altaiensis | Sida fallax | Sidalcea malachroides | Sideritis macrostachys | 'Sierra Glow' | 'Siesta' | 'Signature' | 'Signe Relander' | 'Signora' | 'Silk Hat' | 'Silva' | | 'Silver Lining' | 'Silver Moon' | 'Silver River' | 'Silver Spoon' | 'Silver Star' | 'Silver Wedding' | 'Silver Wedding Celebration' | 'Silverado' | 'Silvia' | 'Silvia Leyva' | 'Simon de St Jean' | 'Simon Fraser' | 'Simon Robinson' | 'Simone Guerin' | 'Simplicity' | 'Simply Heaven' | 'Simply Magic' | 'Singin in the Rain' | 'Single Cherry' | 'Single Pink' | Sinocalycanthus the genus | Sinofranchetia the genus | Sinofranchetia chinensis | Sinojackia the genus | Sinowilsonia henryi | 'Sir Cedric Morris' | 'Sir Cedric Morris' | 'Sir Clough' (Ausclough) | 'Sir Edward Elgar' (Ausprima) | 'Sir Frederick Ashton' | 'Sir Henry Segrave' | 'Sir Joseph Paxton' | 'Sir Lancelot' | 'Sir Rowland Hill' | 'Sir Thomas Lipton' | 'Sisi Ketten' | Sister Elizabeth (Auspalette) | 'Sitka' | Skimmia the genus | Skimmia japonica | Skimmia japonica 'Rubella' | Skimmia laureola | Skylark (Ausimple) | 'Slater's Crimson China' | 'Slavia' | 'Small Maiden's Blush' | 'Smarty' | Smilax the genus | Smilax aspera | Smilax lasioneura | Smilax sieboldii | 'Smile' | 'Smiles' | 'Smiles' | 'Smith's Parish' | 'Smooth Angel' | 'Smooth Lady' | 'Smooth Melody' | 'Smooth Perfume' | 'Smooth Princess' | 'Smooth Sailing' | 'Smooth Talk' | 'Smooth Velvet' | 'Snehurka' | 'Snow Ballet' | 'Snow Bride' | 'Snow Goose' | 'Snow Pavement' | 'Snow Ruby' | 'Snow White' | 'Snowbank' | 'Snowbird' | 'Snowbird' (Climbing) | 'Snowcap' | 'Snowdon' | 'Snowdon' | 'Snowdrift' | 'Snowfire' | 'Snowflake' | 'Snowline' | 'Soaring Flight' | 'Socrate' | 'Soeur Thérèse' | 'Softee' Climbing | 'Softee Climbing' | 'Softly Softly' | 'Soir d'Automne' | Solandra the genus | Solandra grandiflora | Solandra longiflora | Solandra maxima | Solanum the genus | Solanum crispum | Solanum crispum 'Glasnevin' | Solanum elaeagnifolium | Solanum hindsianum | Solanum jasminoides | Solanum laciniatum | Solanum rantonnetii | Solanum seaforthianum | Solanum wendlandii | 'Soleil Brillant' | 'Soleil d'Or' | Solenostemon 'Autumn' | Solenostemon 'Brightness' | Solenostemon 'Bronze Queen' | Solenostemon 'Freckles' | Solenostemon 'Klondyke' | Solenostemon 'Melody' | Solenostemon 'Ottoman' | Solenostemon 'Pineapple Beauty' | 'Solfaterre' | 'Solidor' | 'Solitaire' | 'Solitude' | 'Solliden' | Sollya heterophylla | 'Sombae' | 'Sombrero' | 'Sombreuil' | 'Sommermond' | 'Sommerschnee' | Sonchus ortunoi | 'Sonia' | 'Sonja Horstmann' | 'Sonoma' | 'Sonsyun' | 'Sophie's Perpetual' | Sophora the genus | Sophora davidii | Sophora japonica | Sophora microphylla | Sophora microphylla 'Dragon's Gold' | Sophora mollis | Sophora tetraptera | 'Sophy's Rose' (Auslot) | 'Soraya' Climbing | Sorbaria the genus | Sorbaria dippelii | Sorbaria kirilowii | Sorbaria kirklowii | Sorbaria sorbifolia | Sorbet | Sorbus the genus | Sorbus alnifolia | Sorbus americana | Sorbus aria | Sorbus aria 'Magnifica' | Sorbus aria 'Wilfred Fox' | Sorbus aucuparia | Sorbus cashmeriana | Sorbus comixta 'Ethel's Gold' | Sorbus commixta | Sorbus decora | Sorbus discolor 'Embley' | Sorbus domestica | Sorbus dometica var. malformis | Sorbus gonggashanica | Sorbus hupehensis | Sorbus hupehensis var. obtusa | Sorbus intermedia | Sorbus 'Joseph Rock' | Sorbus keissleri | Sorbus 'Kirsten Pink' | Sorbus koehneana | Sorbus latifolia | Sorbus megalocarpa | Sorbus meliosmifolia | Sorbus mougeotii | Sorbus pallescens | Sorbus pennsylvanica | Sorbus porrigentiformiii | Sorbus sargentiana | Sorbus torminalis | Sorbus vilmorinii | Sorbus 'Winter Cheer' | Sorbus x thuringiaca | 'Souchet' | 'Soupert et Notting' | 'Source d'Or' | 'Sourire d'Orcheidée' | 'Sourire d'Orchidee' | 'Southampton' | 'Souvenir d'Adolphe Turc' | 'Souvenir d'Alexandre Hardy' | 'Souvenir d'Aline Fontaine' | 'Souvenir d'Alphonse Lavallée' | 'Souvenir d'André Raffy' | 'Souvenir d'Antonin Poncet' | 'Souvenir d'Arthur de Sansal' | 'Souvenir d'Aimée Terrel des Chênes' | 'Souvenir d'Auguste Legros' | 'Souvenir de Claudius Denoyel' | 'Souvenir de Claudius Pernet' | 'Souvenir de Gabriel Luizet' | 'Souvenir de Georges Pernet' | 'Souvenir de Germain de Sainte-Pierre' | 'Souvenir de Gilbert Nabonnand' | 'Souvenir de Gustave Prat' | 'Souvenir de J. B. Weibel' | 'Souvenir de Jean Croibier' | 'Souvenir de Jeanne Balandreau' | Souvenir de la Princesse Amélie des Pays-Bas | | 'Souvenir de la Princesse Amelie des Pays-Bas' | 'Souvenir de Lucie' | 'Souvenir de Malmédy' | 'Souvenir de Maurice Chevalier' | 'Souvenir de Mlle Juliet de Bricard' | 'Souvenir de Mme Auguste Charles' | 'Souvenir de Mme Boullet' Climbing | 'Souvenir de Mme Breuil' | 'Souvenir de Mme Hennecourt' | 'Souvenir de Mme Léonie Viennot' | 'Souvenir de Mme Salati-Mongellaz' | 'Souvenir de Némours' | 'Souvenir de Nungesser' | 'Souvenir de Pierre de Sionville' | 'Souvenir de Pierre Notting' | 'Souvenir de St Anne's' | 'Souvenir de Thérèse Levet' | 'Souvenir de Victor Hugo' | 'Souvenir de Victor Landeau' | 'Souvenir d'Elise Vardon' | 'Souvenir du Docteur Jamain' | 'Souvenir du President Lincoln' | 'Souvenir du Reverend Pére Planque' | 'Souvenir du Rosieriste Gonod' | 'Souvenir du Rosiériste Rambaux' | 'Souvenir d'un Ami' | 'Sovrana' | 'Space Odyssey' | 'Spanish Sun' | Sparassis crispa | Sparassis herbstii | 'Sparkling Scarlet' | 'Sparkling Scarlet' | Sparmannia the genus | Sparmannia africana | 'Spartan' | Spartiocytisus filipes | Spartium the genus | Spartium junceum | Spatella species | Spathodea campanulata | Spathularia velutipes | 'Special Occasion' | Spectabile | 'Spencer' | 'Spencer's Delight' | 'Spes' | Sphaeralcea ambigua | Sphaeralcea angustifolia | Sphaeralcea munroana | Sphaerobolus stellatus | 'Sphinx' | 'Spice' | Spiraea the genus | Spiraea arcuata | Spiraea bella | Spiraea canescens | Spiraea douglasii | Spiraea henryi | Spiraea japonica | Spiraea japonica 'Albiflora' | Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer' | Spiraea japonica 'Bulmalda' | Spiraea japonica 'Little Princess' | Spiraea japonica 'Macrophylla' | Spiraea japonica 'Rosea Superba' | Spiraea media | Spiraea salicifolia | Spiraea thunbergii | Spiraea x cinerea | Spiraea x sanssouciana | Spiraea x watsoniana | 'Spirit of Canada' | 'Spirit of Freedom' (AUSbite) | | 'Splendens' | 'Splendid Garland' | 'Spong' | Spongipellis pachyodon | Spongipellis spumeus | 'Spreeglut' | 'Spring Hill's Freedom' | 'Spring Song' | 'Squatter's Dream' | 'St Alban' | 'St Boniface' | 'St Cecilia' (Ausmit) | 'St Christopher' | 'St David's' | 'St Helena' | 'St John' | 'St Nicholas' | 'St Patrick' | 'St Piers' | 'St Prist de Breuze' | 'St Swithun' (Auswith) | Stachyurus the genus | Stachyurus chinensis | Stachyurus praecox | Stachyurus praecox var. matsuzakii | 'Stadt Kiel' | 'Stadt Luzern' | Staheliomyces cinctus | 'Stämmler' | 'Stanwell Perpetual' | Staphylea the genus | Staphylea bumalda | Staphylea colchica | Staphylea holocarpa 'Rosea' | 'Star Delight' | 'Star of the Nile' | 'Star of Waltham' | 'Stargazer' | 'Starglo' | 'Starla' | 'Starlet' | 'Starry Night' | 'Stars 'n' Stripes Forever' | 'Stars 'n' Stripes' | Stauntonia the genus | Stauntonia hexaphylla | 'Stella' | Stenocarpus sinuatus | Stephanandra the genus | Stephanandra incisa | Stephanandra tanakae | Stereum complicatum | Stereum gausapatum | Stereum hirsutum | Stereum ostrea | Stereum rugosum | Stereum striatum | 'Sterkmans' | Stewartia the genus | Stewartia malacodendron | Stewartia monadelpba | Stewartia ovata | Stewartia pseudocamellia | Stewartia serrata | Stewartia sinensis | Stigmaphyllum ciliatum | Stranvaesia davidiana | Strawberry Hill (Ausrimini) | 'Strawberry Ice' | 'Strawberry Swirl' | Streptosolen jamesonii | 'Stretch Johnson' | 'Stretch Johnson' | 'Striped Moss' | Strobilanthes dyerianus | Strobilanthes kunthianus | Strobilomyces confusus | Strobilomyces floccopus | Strobilurus trullisatus | 'Stroller' | 'Stromboli ' | Strophanthus divaricatus | Strophanthus speciosus | Stropharia aeruginosa | Stropharia albonitens | Stropharia ambigua | Stropharia aurantiaca | Stropharia coronilla | Stropharia cyanea | Stropharia hardii | Stropharia hornemannii | Stropharia rugosoannulata | Stropharia semiglobata | Stropharia squamosa | Styrax the genus | Styrax hemsleyanus | Styrax japonica | Styrax japonicus 'Otome' | Styrax japonicus var. fagesii | Styrax limpritchii | Styrax obassia | Styrax officinalis | Styrax serrulatus | Styrax wilsonii | 'Sue Hipkin' | 'Sue Ryder' | 'Sugar Sweet' | Suillus aeruginascens | Suillus albidipes | Suillus albivelatus | Suillus americanus | Suillus borealis | Suillus bovinus | Suillus brevipes | Suillus caerulescens | Suillus cavipes | Suillus decipiens | Suillus flavidus | Suillus granulatus | Suillus grevillei | Suillus grevillei | Suillus intermedius | Suillus lakei | Suillus luteus | Suillus pallidiceps | Suillus pictus | Suillus placidus | Suillus punctipes | Suillus sibiricus | Suillus subaureus | Suillus tridentinus | Suillus umbonatus | Suillus variegatus | 'Suitor' | 'Suma' | 'Summer Blush' | 'Summer Dawn' | 'Summer Dream' | 'Summer Fashion' | 'Summer Holiday' | 'Summer Joy' | 'Summer Love' | 'Summer Palace' | 'Summer Snow' | 'Summer Snow' (Climbing) | Summer Song (Austango) | 'Summer Sunshine' | 'Summer Wine' | 'Sun Flare' | 'Sun Flare Climbing' | 'Sun Goddess' | 'Sun Hit' | 'Sunbird' | 'Sunbonnet' | 'Sunbonnet Sue' | 'Sunbright' | 'Sunburn' | 'Sunburst' | 'Suncharm' | 'Sunday Best' | 'Sungold' | 'Sunlit' | 'Sunny June' | 'Sunny South' | 'Sunny South' | 'Sunny Today' | 'Sunset' | | 'Sunset Celebration' | 'Sunset Song' | 'Sunshine Flower Carpet' | 'Sunshine Sally' Climbing | 'Sunsilk' | 'Sunsplash' | 'Super Dorothy' | 'Super Excelsor' | 'Super Tabarin' | 'Superb' | 'Surf Rider' | 'Surpasse Tout' | 'Surpassing Beauty' | 'Surpassing Beauty' | 'Surpassing Beauty of Woolverstone' | 'Surrey' | 'Susan Irvine' | 'Susan Louise' | 'Susan Louise' | 'Suspense' | Sutherlandia the genus | Sutherlandia frutescens | Sutherlandia microphylla | Sutherlandia montana | 'Sutter's Gold' | 'Suzanne Albrand' | 'Suzanne Bidard' | 'Suzanne Carrol of Carrolton' | 'Suzanne Rodocanachi' | 'Suzanne Wood' | 'Suzon' | 'Suzy' | Swainsona formosa | Swainsona galegifolia | 'Swan Lake' | 'Swany' | 'Sweet Chariot' | 'Sweet Dream' | 'Sweet Gesture' | 'Sweet Honesty' | 'Sweet Inspiration' | 'Sweet Juliet' (Ausleap) | 'Sweet Love' | 'Sweet Magic' | 'Sweet Vivien' | 'Sweetheart' | Sycopsis sinensis | 'Sydonie' | 'Sylt' | 'Sylvie Vartan' | 'Sympathie' | 'Symphony' | 'Symphony' (Auslett) | Symphoricarpus albus | Symplocos paniculata | Syncolostemon macranthus | Syringa the genus | Syringa 'Blue Hyacinth' | Syringa emodi | Syringa 'Hugo Koster' | Syringa 'John Dunbar' | Syringa julianae | Syringa laciniata | Syringa 'Marechal Foch' | Syringa meyeri 'Ingwersons Dwarf' | Syringa meyeri 'Superba' | Syringa 'Mme Felix' | Syringa oblata | Syringa persica 'Alba' | Syringa pinnatifolia | Syringa reflexa | Syringa reflexa | Syringa sweginzowii | Syringa 'Volcan' | Syringa vulgaris | Syringa vulgaris 'Aurea' | Syringa vulgaris 'Buffon' | Syringa vulgaris 'Charles Joly' | Syringa vulgaris 'Edith Cavell' | | Syringa vulgaris 'Katherine Havemeyer' | Syringa vulgaris 'Lucie Baltet' | Syringa vulgaris 'Maud Notcutt' | Syringa vulgaris 'Mme Antoine Buchner' | Syringa vulgaris 'Mme Florent Stepman' | Syringa vulgaris 'Mrs Edward Harding' | Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation' | Syringa vulgaris 'Souvenir d'Alice Harding' | Syringa 'William Judd' | Syringa x chinensis | Syringa x henryi | Syringa x hyacinthiflora 'Esther Staley' | Syringa x josiflexa 'Guinevere' | Syringa x prestoniae McKelv. 'Miss Canada' | Syzgium tierneyanum | Syzygium oleosum | Syzygium paniculatum

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'Tabarin' | Tabebuia the genus | Tabebuia chrysotricha | Tabebuia impetiginosa | Tabernaemontana divaricata | Tabernaemontana pandacaqui | 'Table Mountain' | 'Taffeta' | 'Tahiti' | 'Taiga' | Taiwania cryptomerioides | 'Takapuna' | 'Talisman' | 'Tallyho' | Tamarix the genus | Tamarix aphylla | Tamarix gallica | 'Tamora' (Austamora ) | 'Tanger' | 'Taora' | Taphrina amentorum | 'Tapis Jaune' | 'Tapis Volant' | 'Tarantella' | Tarchonanthus camphoratus | 'Tartarus' | Tarzetta cupularis | 'Tatton' | 'Taunusblumchen' | 'Tausenschön' | Taxillus tibetanus | Taxodium the genus | Taxodium ascendens 'Nutans' | Taxodium distichum | Taxodium distichum 'Hursley Park' | Taxodium mucronatum | Taxus the genus | Taxus baccata | Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata Aurea' | Taxus baccata 'Barronii' | Taxus baccata 'Cavendishii' | Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata' | Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata Aureomarginata' | Taxus baccata 'Fructo-luteo' | Taxus brevifolia | Taxus celebica | Taxus cuspidata | Taxus x media 'Thateraea' | Tea Clipper (Ausrover) | 'Tea Rambler' | 'Tea Rambler' | 'Tea Time' | 'Teasing Georgia' (Ausbaker ) | Tecoma the genus | Tecoma stans | Tecoma x smithii | Tecomaria capensis | Telanthophora grandifolia | 'Telford's Promise' | Teline canariensis | Teline linifolia | Teline monspessulana | Telopea the genus | Telopea truncata | Templetonia retusa | 'Tender Blush' | 'Tender Night' | 'Tenerife' | 'Tenor' | 'Tequila Sunrise' | 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles' (Ausmove) | Tetracentron the genus | Tetracentron sinense | Tetraclinus articulata | Tetradium the genus | Tetradium daniellii | Tetranema roseum | Tetrapanax papyrifer | Tetrastigma voinierianum | Teucrium the genus | Teucrium bicolor | Teucrium fruticans | 'Texan' | 'Texas' | 'Texas Centennial' | 'Thalia' | 'Thalie la Gentille' | 'Thanksgiving' | Thaxterogaster pingue | 'The Alexandra Rose' (Ausday) | 'The Allies' | 'The Archbishop' | 'The Australian Bicentennial Rose' | 'The Beacon' | 'The Bishop' | 'The Bride' | 'The Children's Rose' | 'The Countryman' (Ausman) | 'The Coxswain' | | 'The Doctor' | 'The Dove' | 'The Fairy' | 'The Garland' | 'The Generous Gardener' (AUSdrawn) | | 'The Impressionist' | 'The Ingenious Mr. Fairchild' (AUStijus) | 'The Knight' | 'The Lady' | 'The Lion' | 'The Mayflower' (Austilly ) | 'The McCartney Rose' | 'The Miller' | | 'The Observer' | 'The Optimist' | 'The Pilgrim' (Auswalker ) | 'The Poet' | 'The Prince' (AUS verse) | | 'The Roseville Collage Rose' | The Shepherdess (Austwist) | | 'The Sun' | 'The Wallflower' | ' | 'Theano' | Thelephora palmata | Thelephora spiculosa | Thelephora terrestris | Thelephora vialis | 'Thelma' | Theobroma cacao | 'Theodora Milch' | 'Theresa Scarman' | 'Thérèse Bugnet' | 'Thérèse Bugnet' | 'Thérèse Bugnet' | 'Therese de Lisieux' | 'Thermidor' | Thevetia peruviana | Thevetia thevetioides | 'Thisbe' | 'Thomas A Edison' | 'Thomas A Edison' | 'Thor' | 'Thoughts of You' | Thuja the genus | Thuja occidentalis | Thuja occidentalis 'Babbits Gold' | Thuja occidentalis 'Recurva' | Thuja occidentalis 'Rheingold' | Thuja plicata | Thuja plicata 'Aurea' | Thuja plicata 'Threadleaf' | Thuja plicata 'Zebrina' | Thuja standishii | Thujopsis the genus | Thujopsis dolabrata | Thunbergia the genus | Thunbergia erecta | Thunbergia grandiflora | Thunbergia grandiflora 'Alba' | Thunbergia kirkiana | Thunbergia mysorensis | 'Thusnelda' | Thymus the genus | Thymus 'Doone Valley' | Thymus herba-barona | Thymus richardi 'Peter Davies' | Thymus x citriodorus 'Fragrantissimus' | 'Thyra Hammerich' | 'Tiara' | Tibouchina the genus | Tibouchina organensis | Tibouchina urvilleana | 'Tigris' | 'Tiki' | Tilia the genus | Tilia americana | Tilia cordata | Tilia henryana | Tilia kiusiana | Tilia mexicana | Tilia mongolica | Tilia oliveri | Tilia petiolaris | Tilia platyphyllos | Tilia tomentosa | Tilia x euchlora | Tilia x europaea | 'Till Uhlenspeigel' | 'Tilly Aston' | 'Timeless' | 'Timothy Eaton' | 'Tineke' | 'Tinsel Town' | 'Tintinara' | 'Tip Top' | 'Tipsy Imperial Concubine' | Tipuana tipu | 'Titania' | 'Titian' | 'Titian' | Tivoli | 'Toby Tristram' | Tom Pillibi | 'Tom Thumb' | 'Tom Wood' | 'Tommy Bright' | 'Tonimbuk' | 'Tonnerre' | 'Tonnner's Fancy' | 'Tony Jacklin' | Toona ciliata | Toona sinensis | 'Top Marks' | 'Top Notch' | 'Topaz' | 'Topaz Jewel' | 'Topeka' | 'Toprose' | 'Topsi' | 'Tornardo' | Torreya the genus | Torreya californica | Torreya nucifera | 'Touch of Class' | 'Touch of Venus' | 'Toulouse Lautrec' | 'Tounee' | 'Tour de Malakoff' | 'Tower Bridge' | 'Town Talk' | Toxicodendron radicans | 'Tracey Wickham' | Trachelospermum the genus | Trachelospermum asiaticum | Trachelospermum jasminoides | Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Variegatum' | Trachycarpus the genus | Trachycarpus fortunei | Trachycarpus martianus | 'Tradescant' (Ausdir ) | 'Tradition 95' | Trametes pubescens | 'Träumerei' | 'Traumland' | 'Travermünde' | 'Travesti' | 'Traviata' | 'Treasure Isle' | 'Treasure Trove' | Tremella mesenterica | Tremella reticulata | Tremellodendron pallidum | 'Trevor Griffiths' (Ausold ) | 'Trianon' | 'Tribute' | Trichaptum biforme | Trichoglossum farlowii | Trichoglossum hirsutum | Trichoglossum octopartitum | Tricholoma acerbum | Tricholoma albobrunneum | Tricholoma atrosquamosum | Tricholoma aurantium | Tricholoma cingulatum | Tricholoma columbetta | Tricholoma flavovirens | Tricholoma fulvum | Tricholoma imbricatum | Tricholoma inocybeoides | Tricholoma intermedium | Tricholoma lascivum | Tricholoma leucocephalum | Tricholoma myomyces | Tricholoma odorum | Tricholoma orirubens | Tricholoma pardinum | Tricholoma portentosum | Tricholoma psammopus | Tricholoma saponaceum | Tricholoma saponaceum var. squamosum | Tricholoma scalpturatum | Tricholoma sejunctum | Tricholoma squarrulosum | Tricholoma sulphureum | Tricholoma terreum | Tricholoma ustale | Tricholoma ustaloides | Tricholoma vaccinum | Tricholoma virgatum | Tricholomopsis decora | Tricholomopsis flavissima | Tricholomopsis formosa | Tricholomopsis platyphylla | Tricholomopsis rutilans | Tricholomopsis sulfureoides | Trichopilus porphyrophaeus | Trichostema lanatum | 'Tricolor de Flandre' | 'Tricolore' | 'Tricolore' | 'Trier' | 'Trigintipetela' | 'Trinity' | 'Triomphe de Guillot Fils' | 'Triomphe de l 'Exposition' | 'Triomphe de la Duchère' | 'Triomphe de la Guillotiere' | 'Triomphe de la Terre' | 'Triomphe de Laffay' | 'Triomphe du Luxembourg' | 'Triomphe Orléanais' | Tripterygium regelii | Tristellateia australasiae | Trochetiopsis erythroxylon | Trochetiopsis melanoxylon | Trochodendron aralioides | | 'Trollhättan' | 'Trompeter von Säckingen' | 'Tropical Sunset' | 'Tropicana' | 'Tropicana' Climbing | 'Troubador' | 'Trumpeter' | Tsuga the genus | Tsuga canadensis | Tsuga canadensis 'Aurea' | Tsuga canadensis 'Lutea' | Tsuga canadensis 'Minima' | Tsuga canadensis 'Pendula' | Tsuga canadensis 'Trebnitz' | Tsuga caroliniana | Tsuga chinensis | Tsuga diversifolia | Tsuga heterophylla | Tsuga mertensiana | Tsuga mertensiana var. jeffreyi | Tsuga sieboldii | Tubaria autochthona | Tubaria furfuracea | Tuber aestivum | Tuber excavatum | Tuber magnatum | Tuber melanosporum | 'Tudor Rose' | Tulostoma brumale | 'Turenne' | 'Turenne' | 'Tuscany Superb' | 'Tutu Mauve' | Tweedia caerulea | 'Twilight Flower Carpet' | 'Twilight Mist' | 'Twins' | Tylopilus alboater | Tylopilus badiceps | Tylopilus ballouii | Tylopilus chromapes | Tylopilus eximius | Tylopilus felleus | Tylopilus griseocarneus | Tylopilus intermedius | Tylopilus porphyrosporus | Tylopilus pseudoscaber | Tylopilus sordidus | 'Tynwald' | 'Typhoo Tea' | Typhula erythropus | Tyromyces albellus | Tyromyces caesius | Tyromyces chioneus | Tyromyces fissilis | Tyromyces stipticus | 'Tzigane'

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| Ugni the genus | Ugni molinae | Ulex the genus | Ulex europaeus | Ulex gallii | Ulex minor | 'Ulmer Münster' | Ulmus the genus | Ulmus glabra | Ulmus glabra 'Camperdown' | Ulmus glabra 'Exoniensis' | Ulmus glabra 'Lutescens' | Ulmus glabra 'Pendula' | Ulmus laevis | Ulmus minor | Ulmus minor 'Variegata' | Ulmus plottii | Ulmus procera | Ulmus thomasii | Ulmus villosa | Ulmus x hollandica | Ulmus x hollandica 'Vegeta' | Uloporus lividus | 'Ulrich Brunner Fils' | Umbellularia the genus | Umbellularia californica | 'Una' | 'Una Wallace' | Uncle Walter | 'Unermüdliche' | 'Unique Blanche' | 'United Nations' | 'Urdh' | Urechites lutea | Urnula craterium | Ustilago maydis | Ustulina deusta

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'V for Victory' | Vaccinium the genus | Vaccinium atrococcum | Vaccinium corymbosum | Vaccinium corymbosum 'Triumph' | Vaccinium glaucoalbum | Vaccinium microcarpum | Vaccinium ovatum | Vaccinium vitis-idaea | 'Vagabonde' | 'Valencia' | 'Valenciennes' | 'Valentin Ruch' | 'Valentina Cortese' | Vallea stipularis | 'Van Huyssum' | 'Vanguard' | 'Vanity' | 'Variegata di Bologna' | 'Variety Club' | Vascellum pratense | 'Vatertag' | 'Veilchenblau' | 'Veldfire' | 'Velours Episcopa' | 'Venere' | 'Vent des Indes' | 'Venus' | 'Venus' | 'Venusta Pendula' | 'Venusta Pendula' | 'Vera Dalton' | Verbena scabridoglandulosa | 'Vercors' | 'Verona' | Verpa bohemica | Verpa conica | 'Versailles' | 'Verschuren' | Verticordia grandis | Verticordia mitchelliana | Verticordia monadelpha | Verticordia pennigera | 'Vesper' | Vestia the genus | Vestia foetida | 'Via Mala' | | Viburnum the genus | Viburnum acerifolium | Viburnum betulifolium | Viburnum carlesii | Viburnum carlesii 'Aurora' | Viburnum carlesii 'Charis' | Viburnum carlesii 'Diana' | Viburnum cotinifolium | Viburnum davidii | Viburnum furcatum | Viburnum grandiflorum | Viburnum henryi | Viburnum lantanoides | Viburnum lentago | Viburnum lobophyllum | Viburnum opulus | Viburnum opulus 'Compactum' | Viburnum opulus 'Sterile' | Viburnum opulus 'Xanthocarpum' | Viburnum plicatum 'Mariesii' | Viburnum plicatum 'Pink Beauty' | Viburnum plicatum var. plicatum | Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum | Viburnum rhytidophyllum | Viburnum sargentii | Viburnum setigerum | Viburnum sieboldii | Viburnum tinus | Viburnum tinus 'Eve Price' | Viburnum tinus 'Variegatum' | Viburnum x bodnantense | Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn' | Viburnum x burkwoodii | Viburnum x juddii | 'Vick's Caprice' | 'Vicomtesse de Chabannes' | 'Vicomtesse Pierre de Fou' | 'Victor Borge' | 'Victor Emmanuel' | 'Victor Parmentier' | 'Victor Verdier' | 'Victor Waddilove' | 'Victoria' | 'Victoria Gold' | 'Victorian Charm' | 'Victorian Spice' | 'Victoriana' | 'View' | 'Viking Queen' | 'Villa des Tybilles' | 'Village Maid' | 'Ville d'Ettelbruck' | 'Ville de Londres' | 'Ville de Zurich' | 'Ville du Havre' | 'Ville du Roeulx' | 'Vincent Godsiff' | 'Vincente Peluffo' | 'Vintage Visalia' | 'Violet Carson' | 'Violet Hood' | 'Violet Queen' | 'Violet Wilton' | 'Violetta' | 'Violette' | 'Virginia Reel' | 'Virgo' | 'Viscount Southwood' | 'Viscountess Folkstone' | Viscum the genus | Viscum album | 'Vision' | Vitex the genus | Vitex agnus-castus | Vitex agnus-castus f. alba | Vitex negundo var. heterophylla | Vitex rotundifolia | Vitex trifolia | Vitis the genus | Vitis coignetiae | Vitis vinifera 'Black Hamburg' | Vitis vinifera 'Incana' | 'Vivaldi' | 'Vivid' | 'Vltava' | 'Vogue' | Volvariella bombycina | Volvariella parvula | Volvariella speciosa | 'Von Scharnhorst' | 'Voodoo' | Vuilleminia comedens | 'Vulcan'

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'W. G. A. Ridder van Rappard' | Waanrode | 'Waiheke' | 'Waiheke' | 'Waldfee' | 'Waldtraut Neilsen' | 'Walferdange' | 'Walküre' | 'Walter Butt' | 'Waltham Bride' | 'Waltham Crimson' | 'Waltz' | 'Wanaka' | 'Wandering Minstrel' | 'Warm Welcome' | 'Warrawee' | 'Warrawee' | 'Warrior' | 'Wartberg' | 'Warwick Castle' (Auslian) | Washingtonia the genus | Washingtonia filifera | Washingtonia robusta | 'Waterloo' | 'Waverland' | 'Waves' | 'Wedding Day' | 'Wedding Day' | 'Wee Barbie' | 'Wee Craker' | 'Wee Jock' | 'Weetwood' | 'Wehrinsel' | Weigela the genus | Weigela florida | Weigela florida 'Foliis Purpureus' | Weigela florida 'Variegata' | Weigela 'Gustave Mallet' | Weigela 'Looymansii Aurea' | Weigela maximowiczii | Weigela middendorffiana | Weigela praecox | 'Weihenstephan' | 'Weinerwald' | 'Weisse Echo' | 'Weisse Margo Koster' | 'Weisse New Dawn' | 'Weisse Wolke' | 'Weisser Sport von Lachs' | 'Welwyn Garden Glory' | 'Wenlock' (Auswen) | 'Wenzel Geschwind' | 'Werner Teschendorff' | 'West Coast' | 'West Green' | 'Westerland' | 'Western Sun' | 'Westfalische' | 'Westfield Star' | 'Westminster Pink' | Westringia the genus | Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem' | Westringia fruticosa | 'Wetterana' | What a Peach | 'Whisky Mac' | 'Whisper' | 'White Blush' | 'White Cécile Brünner' | 'White Chipper' | 'White Cloud' | 'White Cockade' | 'White Crystal' | 'White Dawn' | 'White Delight' | 'White Dorothy' | 'White Fairy' | 'White Floorshow' | 'White Flower Carpet' | 'White Gold' | 'White Knight' | 'White Magic' | 'White Maman Cochet' | 'White Masterpiece' | 'White Meidiland' | 'White Mrs Flight' | 'White Pet' | 'White Pinocchio' | 'White Queen Elizabeth' | 'White Simplicity' | 'White Symphonie' | 'White Tausendschon' | 'White Wings' | 'Why Not' | 'Wichmoss' | 'Wichmoss' | 'Wickwar' | Widdringtonia the genus | Widdringtonia nodiflora | Widdringtonia schwarzii | Wigandia the genus | Wigandia caracasana | Wigandia urens | Wild Edric (Aushedge) | 'Wild Fire' | 'Wild Flower' | 'Wild Ginger' | 'Wildeve' | 'Wildfire' | 'Wildfire 2,000' | 'Wildwood' | 'Wilhelm' | 'Wilhelm Kordes' | 'Wilhelm Marx' | 'Will Rogers' | 'Will Scarlet' | 'William Allen Richardson' | 'William and Mary' | | 'William Booth' | 'William C. Egan' | 'William Grant' | 'William III' | 'William Lobb' | 'William Morris' (Auswill ) | 'William Quarrier' | 'William R Smith' | 'William Shakespeare' (Ausroyal) | 'William Thompson' | 'William's Evergreen' | 'Williamsburg' | 'Wiltshire' | 'Wimi' | 'Winchester Cathedral' (Auscat ) | 'Wind Chimes' | 'Winderkind' | 'Windermere' | 'Windermere' | 'Windflower' (Auscross ) | 'Windrush' (Ausrush) | 'Wini Edmunds' | 'Winifred Coulter' Climbing | 'Winnipeg Parks' | 'Winsome' | 'Winsome' | 'Wise Portia' (Ausport ) | Wisley (AUSintense) | Wisteria the genus | Wisteria sinensis | Wisteria sinensis 'Alba' | Wisteria sinensis 'Black Dragon' | Wisteria x formosa | 'With Love' | 'Wodan' | Wollemia the genus | Wollemia nobilis | 'Woman's Day' | 'Womans Day' | 'Wonderstripe' | 'Worcestershire' | 'World's Fair' | 'World's Fair' Climbing | 'World's Fair Salute' | 'Wow'

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x Mahoberberis | x Sycoparrotia semidecidua | x Fatshedera lizei | x Halimocistus wintonesis 'Merrist Wood Cream' | x Sinocalycalycanthus 'Hartledge Wine' | Xanthoceras the genus | Xanthoceras sorbifolium | Xanthorhiza the genus | Xanthorhiza simplicissima | Xanthorrhoea the genus | Xanthorrhoea preisii | 'Xavier Olibo' | Xeromphalina campanella | Xeromphalina fulvipes | Xeromphalina tenuipes | Xerula furfuracea | Xerula megalospora | Xerula rubrobrunnescens | 'Xiang Fen Lian' | Xylaria carpophila | Xylaria hypoxylon | Xylaria longipes | Xylaria polymorpha | Xylosma the genus | Xylosma congestum

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'Yankee Lady' | 'Yellow Bedder' | 'Yellow Blush' | 'Yellow Butterfly' | 'Yellow Button' (Auslow, Ausbutton) | 'Yellow Charles Austin' (Ausling ) | 'Yellow Cover' | 'Yellow Doll' | 'Yellow Dream' | 'Yellow Floorshow' | 'Yellow Fluerette' | 'Yellow Hammer' | 'Yellow Jacket' | 'Yellow Pages' | 'Yellow Pinocchio' | 'Yellow Queen Elizabeth' | 'Yellow Romantica' | 'Yi Bang Fen' | 'Yoland d'Aragon' | 'Yolande d'Aragon' | 'Yorkshire Bank' | 'Youki San' | 'Young Quinn' | 'Ypsilanti' | 'Yu-10' | Yucca the genus | Yucca brevifolia | Yucca gloriosa | Yucca recurvifolia | Yucca whipplei | Yushania anceps | Yushania maling | 'Yvette' | 'Yvonne Rabier'

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'Zaire' | 'Zambra' | Zamia the genus | Zamia furfuracea | Zanthoxylum the genus | Zanthoxylum americanum | Zanthoxylum coreanum | Zanthoxylum piperitum | Zanthoxylum schinifolium | Zelkova the genus | Zelkova abelicea | Zelkova carpinifolia | Zelkova schneiderana | Zelkova serrata | Zelkova sinica | | 'Zéphirine Drouhin' | 'Zéphirine Drouhin' | 'Zi Yan Fei Wu' | 'Zitronenjette' | 'Zlata Praha' | 'Zöe' | 'Zorina'


Die obige Auflistung enthält neben den Roseneinträgen auch die Einträge der folgenden Seiten von Roger Philips.

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Rosa banksiae - Rose
Rosa banksiae lutea - Rose

Die Rose "Rosa banksiae" wurde nach der Frau des Direktors des botanischen Gartens (Kew Gardens, London, 1807), "Dorothea Banks", benannt.

Wir entdeckten die dornenlose Rose bei einem Aufenthalt im Botanischen Garten in Tours. Leider muß sie in unserer Gegend im Winter ins "Kalthaus".

Die "Rosa banksiae lutea" ist eine gelbe Kletterrose (zu lat. "luteus" = "goldgelb", "safrangelb")

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R. banksia lutescens


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Banksia Roses


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077 Lady Banks Rose | R. banksiae var. alba-plena | Rosier de Lady Banks | Rosa Banksia


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Rosa banksiae alba plena


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Rosa banksiae lutea


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Rosa banksiae lutescens


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Rosa banksiae normalis


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Rosa banksiae 'Lutea'


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Purezza - Rosa banksiae


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Banksia 'The Purezza' | Banksiae Alba | Banksiae Banksiae | Banksiae Lutea | Banksiaeflora | Banksian Yellow | R. banksia alba | R. banksia alba grandiflora | R. banksia lutea | R. banksiae | R. banksiae 'Double White' | R. banksiae 'Purezza' | R. banksiae à fleurs doubles | R. banksiae alba plena | R. banksiae albo-plena | R. banksiae banksiae | R. banksiae lutea | R. banksiae lutescens | R. banksiae normalis | The Banksian Rose | White Banksia | White Banksia Climber | White Banksian Rose | Yellow Banksia | Yellow Banksia Climber | Yellow Banksian


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=72

Banksian Roses/Banksianae


(E?)(L?) http://nature.jardin.free.fr/genre/rosa.html

R. banksiae | R. banksiae 'Normalis'


(E?)(L1) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/textindex.html




(E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/

Rosa Banksia Alba Plena | Rosa Banksia Lutea


(E?)(L?) http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=banksia%20rose

Limericks on banksia rose


(E?)(L?) http://www.photomazza.com/?Rosa-banksiae-Lutescens

Rosa banksiae ’Lutescens’


(E?)(L1) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/RD.asp

Rosa banksiae (Redouté)


(E?)(L?) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/RIDB.asp?ID=50

R. banksiae lutea


(E?)(L1) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/chooserResult.asp

Rosa banksiae 'Lutea' | Rosa banksiae var. banksiae | Rosa banksiae var. lutea | Rosa banksiae var. lutescens | Rosa banksiae var. normalis | Rosa banksiae x giganrtea


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenfoto.de/LiRosenfotoFSY.html

R. banksiae - alba plena | R. banksiae lutea


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenhof-schultheis.de/Rosen/Kletterrosen/Rambler/Weiss/artikel_755_Rosa_banksiae_banksiae.html

Rosa banksiae 'Alba Plena'


(E?)(L?) http://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/rosen/sorten/kletterrosen.php

Banksiae Banksiae | Banksiae Lutea


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen_der_rosen/who_is_who_namen_der_rosen.htm


(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_banksiae

Rosa banksiae var. normalis, auch Banks-Rose, ist eine Wildrose aus dem subtropischen China, die von Robert Brown 1811 wissenschaftlich beschrieben wurde.

Banks-Rosen sind wüchsige, sehr langlebige Kletter-Rosen, die bis zu 7 Meter hoch wachsen und sehr früh blühen. Sie wachsen auch an heißen, trockenen Standorten. An den langen Trieben erscheinen Büschel mit duftenden, 1 Zentimeter großen Blüten. Sie sind winterhart bis -18 °C (USDA-Zone 7).

Die gefüllte weiße Form Rosa banksiae var. banksiae ist eine in China kultivierte Garten-Rose, die 1807 von William Kerr nach London in die Kew Gardens gebracht wurde. Die Rose wurde nach der Frau des Direktors des botanischen Gartens, Dorothea Banks, benannt. 1886 wurde in Tombstone, Arizona ein Exemplar gepflanzt, das inzwischen einen Stammumfang von 3,5 Meter hat und ein Laubdach, das 800 Quadratmeter überdeckt. Dieses gilt als eines der größten und ältesten Rosenexemplare.

Rosa banksiae var. lutea, eine gefüllte gelbe Form der Banks-Rose, wurde von John Parks 1824 im Auftrag der Royal Horticultural Society aus der chinesischen Provinz Nanjing eingeführt. Sie ist winterhart bis -23 °C (USDA-Zone 6), blüht reichlich, duftet jedoch als einzige der Banks-Rosen nicht. Die einfache gelbe Form, Rosa banksiae fo. lutescens hat etwas größere Blüten.

Hybriden von Banks-Rosen mit westlichen Rosen sind nur wenig verbreitet. Die Sorte 'Purezza' wurde von dem italienischen Rosenzüchter Mansuino gezüchtet. Ihre Blüten sind 4 cm groß, gefüllt und reinweiß.
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_banksiae

Rosa banksiae, commonly referred to as the Lady Banks' Rose, is a species of Rosa native to central and western China, in the provinces of Gansu, Guizhou, Henan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Sichuan, and Yunnan; it grows in mountains at altitudes of 500–2200 m.
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Erstellt: 2011-04

Rosa moyesii - Rose

Die botanische Bezeichnung "moyesii" ehrt den (vermutlich in Schottland geborenen) Reverend und Missionar "James Moyes" (1876-1930).

(E6)(L?) http://www.bkn.de/


(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/

Rosa moyesii | Rosa moyesii Hillierii | Rosa moyesii Holodonta | Rosa moyesii Sealing Wax


(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/roses/roseindex.asp?st=N

ROSA MOYESII - Old and Antique Roses: Moyessi


(E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/

Rosa moyesii Highdownesi


(E1)(L1) http://www.namen-der-rosen.de/AZ.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.pflanzen-im-web.de/pflanzen/pflanzen-suche/Rosen/index.php




(E?)(L1) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/chooserResult.asp


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenwiki.de/index.php/Spezial:Alle_Seiten


(E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/nameSearch




(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen_der_rosen/who_is_who_namen_der_rosen.htm


(E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/hagebutten_abc.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm




(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/wildrosen_a.htm




Erstellt: 2013-03

Rosa willmottiae - Rose

Die Bezeichnung bot. "willmottiae" ehrt die englische Pflanzen- und Gartenliebhaberin Willmott, Ellen (1858-1934).

(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/roses/r/rosa_willmottiae.html


(E3)(L1) http://www.davesgarden.com/guides/botanary/vbl/w/


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

R. willmottiae m Mauve & Mauve blend, Species (OGR) 1904


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=5448


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosenberatung.de/html/rosenbilder-galerie.html

R.Willmottiae


(E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/nameSearch


(E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/nameSearch?keywordquery=rose&mode=comname&submit.x=14&submit.y=6

ROWI3 - Rosa willmottiae Hemsl. - Willmott's rose


(E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/hagebutten_abc.htm

Rosa willmottiae


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/wildrosen_a.htm

"Rosa willmottiae", "Rosa x warleyensis. HEMSL.", "Mrs Willmott-Rose", Herkunft: Westchina 1904 Wildrose, einheimisch, Alte Rose lila-rosa einmalblühend leichter süßer Duft, kleine, oval- birnenförmige, orangerote Hagebutten.

Nach "Ellen Willmott" (1858-1934), benannt. Sie fand diese - erste aus China eingeführte Rose - und benannte sie Rosa x warleyensis nach ihrem Besitztum.


Rosa willmottiae 'Hadden's variety' - Rose

Die Bezeichnung bot. "willmottiae" ehrt die englische Pflanzen- und Gartenliebhaberin Willmott, Ellen (1858-1934).

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=10751


Rosarian

Engl. "Rosarian" geht zurück auf lat. "rosarius" (engl. "relating to roses"), und weiter auf lat. "rosa" = dt. "Rose" und den Adjektiv-Suffix lat. "-anus" mit der Bedeutung "mit Bezug zu".

Ein engl. "Rosarian" ist also jemand mit einem besonderen Bezug zu Rosen, ein Rosenliebhaber oder ein Rosenzüchter.

(E?)(L?) http://www.bartleby.com/61/49/R0304900.html


(E3)(L1) http://davesgarden.com/guides/terms/go/754/

rosarian


(E6)(L?) http://www.emilycompost.com/garden_glossary.htm

Those hobbyists or professionals who specialize in the cultivation of roses.


(E?)(L?) http://www.infoplease.com/dictionary/rosarian


(E?)(L?) http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rosarian


(E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?loc=rescb&w=rosarian




(E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?other=web1913&w=Rosarian


(E?)(L?) http://phrontistery.info/r.html/word?word=rosarian


(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=rosarian&r=66


(E?)(L?) http://machaut.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/WEBSTER.sh?WORD=rosarian

SYLLABICATION: ro·sar·i·an
PRONUNCIATION: r-zâr-n
NOUN: A person with expertise or a special interest in the cultivation of roses.

Those hobbyists or professionals who specialize in the cultivation of roses.

Definitions: expert rose-grower: a cultivator of or expert in the growing of roses
[Mid-19th century. < Latin "rosarium" "rose garden" < form of "rosarius" "of roses" < rosa (see rose1)]


(E?)(L?) https://wordnik.com/words/rosarian

rosarian


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/rosarian

rosarian


rose (W2)

Die engl. "rose" geht wie die dt. "Rose" (ital./span. "rosa", frz. "rose", ndl. "roos", schwed. "ros", etc.) vermutlich zurück über lat. "rosa" auf italienische und griechische Dialekte als griech. "rhodon" = "rose" (altpers. "*vrda-").

Durch Lautverschiebung kam es zum heutigen pers. "gul", und daraus "türk. "gül" = "Rose".

Die ide. Wurzel wird als "*wrdho" = "Dorn " = "thorn", "Dornenstrauch" = "bramble" angegeben.

"Rose-colored" = "optimistic" is first recorded 1854.

Weitere Hinweise zu "rosette", "rosé", "rosemary", "rosary", "tea-rose", "Rosa", "rhododendron", "oleander", "julep", "kewpie", "Fronde", "eglantine", "bucko", "hip", "brier"/"briar", "raspberry", "pluck", "pink", "knight", "Veronica", "cold", "peace", "cunt".

(E1)(L1) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=rose&searchmode=none


onelook.com
Rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?w=rose&ls=a

We found 59 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word "rose".

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Phrases that include rose: rose chafer, tea rose, multiflora rose, china rose, mountain rose, more...

Words similar to rose: rise, rosaceous, roseate, roselike, ascended, blush wine, pink wine, rambler, rose wine, stood, more...


Erstellt: 2016-01

Rose Hortensia - Rose

(E6)(L1) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Colors_R.html
"Rose Hortensia" gibt es auch als Farbbezeichnung.

(E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#42

"Rose Hortensia" als Farbe: - #aa6651 - Rose Hortensia



(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=26158


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.93.11


Rose is a Rose is a Rose
A Rose is a Rose is a Rose (W3)

Der Satz "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose.", dt. "Rose ist eine Rose ist eine Rose.", stammt von Gertrude Stein, in dem Gedicht "Sacred Emily" (1913), das im Jahr 1922 im Buch mit dem Titel "Geography and Plays" erschien. Das erste "Rose" ist der Name einer Frau. Dieser Satz ist vermutlich der meistzitierte von Gertrude Stein. Üblicherweise wird er interpretiert als "Die Dinge sind so wie sie sind.", "Es ist wie's ist.". Dies führte zur Zitierung in der Form engl. "A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." bzw. dt. "Eine Rose ist eine Rose ist eine Rose". Stein selbst interpretierte den Satz als "Allein der Gebrauch des Namens einer Sache ruft die Vorstellung der Sache und damit verbundene Emotionen hervor.".

The notion that when all is said and done, a thing is what it is.

(E?)(L?) http://creative.arte.tv/fr/community/rose-rose

ROSE IS A ROSE
video performance
DV PAL/NTSC 2008
total time 00:03:52:16
Performance, Sound, Video by Evelin Stermitz.

This performative video work shows a woman engaged in covering her face with rose leaves. As a metaphor for the absurd above and beyond term "beauty", the fragility of beauty and the canons of beauty, the video reveals an obscure image of woman, which is also shaped by transiency and impermanence.

Excerpts from the poem "Sacred Emily" by Gertrude Stein, in which she created the sentence "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose.", form the sound collage to the video work.


(E?)(L?) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/15900.html


(E6)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gertrude_Stein


(E6)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_is_a_rose_is_a_rose_is_a_rose.

The sentence "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." was written by Gertrude Stein as part of the 1913 poem Sacred Emily, which appeared in the 1922 book Geography and Plays. In that poem, the first "Rose" is the name of a woman. Stein later used variations on the phrase in other writings, and "A rose is a rose is a rose" is probably her most famous quote, often interpreted as "things are what they are". In Stein's view, the sentence expresses the fact that simply using the name of a thing already invokes the imagery and emotions associated with it.
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Gertrude Stein's repetitive language refers to the changing quality of language in time and history. She herself said to an audience at Oxford university that the statement referred to the fact that when the Romantics used the word "rose" it had a direct relationship to an actual rose. For later periods in literature this would no longer be true. The eras following romanticism, notably the modern era, use the word rose to refer to the actual rose, yet they also infer, through the use of the word, the archetypical elements of the romantic era. It also follows the rhetoric law of thricefold repitition to emphasize a point, as can be seen in speeches dating back to the sophists.


(E1)(L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=0&content=A Rose is a Rose is a Rose
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "A Rose is a Rose" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1900 auf.

Erstellt: 2011-03

Roses (W3)

Die engl. "rose" geht wie die dt. "Rose" (ital./span. "rosa", frz. "rose", ndl. "roos", schwed. "ros", etc.) vermutlich zurück über lat. "rosa" auf italienische und griechische Dialekte als griech. "rhodon" = "rose" (altpers. "*vrda-").

Durch Lautverschiebung kam es zum heutigen pers. "gul", und daraus "türk. "gül" = "Rose".

Die ide. Wurzel wird als "*wrdho" = "Dorn " = "thorn", "Dornenstrauch" = "bramble" angegeben.

(E?)(L?) http://www.h2g2.com/approved_entry/A767865

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Rose leaf imprints have been found in 35 million year-old fossils in the Colorado Rockies, and roses are mentioned in Asian documents from as early as 3000 BC. The Greeks adorned their altars with roses and offered them to the gods. The Romans in their turn went right over the top with roses as a luxury item, at banquets, the guests would be sprinkled with rose water and have rose oil rubbed on their bodies. The floor, walls and ceiling would be carpeted in roses and rose-scented wine would be served.
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(E?)(L?) http://h2g2.com/search?searchstring=Roses&search=GO&approved_entries_only_chk=1&search_type=article_quick_search




(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Roses
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Roses" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1570 auf.

Erstellt: 2012-07

roses.co.uk
Harkness
Rosen-Anbieter

(E?)(L?) http://www.roses.co.uk/


(E?)(L?) http://www.roses.co.uk/acatalog/about_harkness.html

125 Years of Roses for Successful Gardening

The Harkness nursery had its origins in 1879 in Yorkshire, soon becoming well-known as a grower of top quality roses. It was 80 years later that Jack Harkness began breeding new varieties in Hitchin, determined to create new and ever-more beautiful roses. Today, Harkness Roses are known & grown world-wide; we believe their reliability, flowering performance and beauty are second to none.
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roses.uk.com
Cockers Roses
Rosen-Anbieter

(E?)(L?) http://www.roses.uk.com/

Cockers Roses, Lang Stracht, Aberdeen, AB15 6XH, Scotland


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenzeit.com/rosenzuchter-von-a-z/rosenzuchter-c-d/

Cocker, Anne und Alec – Großbritannien


Royal virgin rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.60314

Royal Virgin Rose (turbinata)


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.93.11

Royal Virgin Rose (gallica)

Commercially available


(E?)(L1) http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/dgkeysearchresult.cfm?keyword=Royal+virgin+rose

Rosa gallica = Royal virgin rose. (1799)


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SAVaralph - Rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=28206
Synonyme:

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The Red Rose - Rose

"Die Rote Rose" soll soll von Thibault Le Chansonnier von einem Kreuzzug aus dem "Land der Sarazenen" nach Provins in Frankreich gebracht worden sein.

"Die Rote Rose" hat im Laufe der Zeit in verschiedenen Ländern unterschiedliche namen erhalten, wie etwa: Ob es sich dabei aber wirklich um Abkömmlinge der selben Ausgangsrose handelt wäre noch zu beweisen.

(E?)(L?) http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/dgkeysearchresult.cfm?keyword=The+Red+Rose




Erstellt: 2012-08

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under the rose (W2)

Engl. "to say something under the rose" = dt. "etwas im Vertrauen sagen" geht auf lat. "sub rosa" und auf die griechische Mythologie zurück.

Lat. "sub rosa" = dt. "im Vertrauen", "im Geheimen", "unter dem Siegel der Verschwiegenheit" = engl. "in confidence", "secretly". Dieser Ausdruck (dt. "unter der Rose", engl. "under the rose") geht (obwohl lateinisch) zurück auf die griechische Mythologie.

Alles was "unter der Rose" ("Sub rosa", 1556, 1654 ?) gesagt wird gilt als vertraulich. Der Urspring liegt in der griechischen Mythologie. Aphrodite gab ihrem Sohn Eros (lat. "Cupido", lat. "Amor") eine Rose, dieser gab sie weiter an Harpocrates, den Gott der Stille und des Schweigens. Damit wollte er die Unbesonnenheiten seiner Mutter und danz allgemein die der Götter "unter der Decke halten".

Diese mythologische Geschichte findet man allerdings auch in anderen Darstellungen. So soll der Liebesgott Eros dem Harpocrates / Harpokrates aus eigenem Antrieb eine Rose geschenkt haben, damit dieser ein beobachtetes Rendezvous seiner Mutter Aphrodite (lat. "Venus") nicht bekannt macht.

Eine Erklärungsvariante besagt, dass bei den römischen Gastmählern Rosen zum Standard repertoire zählten. Und alles was während den Gastmahlen - also in rosengeschmücktem Umfeld - gesagt wurde, ob Klatsch und Tratsch oder intime Offenbarungen, unterlagen der Schweigepflicht.

Seit der Antike war somit die Rose u.a. auch Sinnbild des Geheimnisses. Die Decken von Speiseräumen wurde oft mit Rosenschnitzerein verziert, um Gäste daran zu erinnern, dass man Dinge, die bei Tisch erzählt werden, nicht weiter trägt.

Auch über Beichtstühlen war/ist die Rose oft zu finden, als Symbol des Beichtgeheimnisses. Als das lat. "sub rosa" im 17.Jh. in der englischen Sprache erschien, war der Ausdruck "under the rose" bereits lange eingeführt. Noch früher fand sich in der deutschen Sprache bereits der Ausdruck "unter der Rose". (Möglicherweise ist er sogar in Deutschland aufgekommen.)

(E1)(L1) http://www.bartleby.com/81/14510.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.freedictionary.org/?Query=under%20the%20rose


(E3)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/5402

"Under the rose" = "privately" or "secretly". The rose was, it is said, sacred to Harpocrates, the God of silence, and therefore frequently placed in the ceilings of rooms destined for the receiving of guests; implying, that whatever was transacted there, should not be made public.


(E?)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/i
Isham, Frederic Stewart, 1866-1922: Under the Rose (English) (as Author)

(E3)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext04/dcvgr10.txt

"Under the rose" = "privately" or "secretly". The rose was, it is said, sacred to Harpocrates, the God of silence, and therefore frequently placed in the ceilings of rooms destined for the receiving of guests; implying, that whatever was transacted there, should not be made public.


(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/under+the+rose


(E?)(L?) http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/edit/archives/2003/09/28/2003069594

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Now to the root of sub rosa. The rose is a key symbol in Brown's plot. His hero says: "The Romans hung a rose over meetings to indicate the meeting was confidential. Attendees understood that whatever was said under the rose - or sub rosa - had to remain a secret."

I don't know why the novelist attributes it to the Romans. Earliest citation is in Henry VIII's 1546 State Papers, which in modern English reads, "The said questions were asked with license, and should remain under the rose ... no more to be rehearsed."

In the 1960 Folklore and Symbolism of Flowers, Plants and Trees, Ernst and Johanna Lehner tell how Aphrodite (you remember Hermes' girlfriend) presented a rose to her son, Eros, god of love: "When Eros in turn gave the rose to Harpocrates, the deity of silence, to induce him to conceal the weaknesses of the gods, the rose became the emblem of silence and secrecy. In ancient times a rose was attached to the ceiling of council chambers as an indication that everybody present was sworn to secrecy, sub rosa - under the rose."
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(E1)(L1) http://www.worldwidewords.org/


(E1)(L1) http://www.worldwidewords.org/qa/qa-sub1.htm


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=under the rose
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "under the rose" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1800 auf.

Erstellt: 2012-01

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welt-der-rosen
Großbritannien - Irland

(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/adressen/england.htm


wikimedia
Rose-Bilder

(E?)(L?) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Rose

Rose parts: bud | flower | petals | petals | stamen | Rose diagrams | rose hip | thorn | compound leaf | cross section through a rose bud | cross section through a developing rose hip Rose species: See also: Rosa species | Rosa canina | Rosa corymbifera | | Rosa villosa | Rosa xanthina Rose cultivars: See also: Rosa cultivars | Rosa 'Amber Queen' | Rosa 'Archiduc Joseph' | Rosa 'Bella Rosa' | Rosa 'Burgundy Iceberg' | Rosa 'Confetti' | Rosa 'Dart's Red Dot' | Rosa 'Gold Glow' | Rosa 'Mrs. Herbert Stevens' | Rosa 'Nostalgie' | Rosa 'Papageno' | Rosa 'Perfect Moment' | Rosa 'Red Chateau' | Rosa 'Rio Samba' | Rosa 'Sunset Celebration' | Rosa 'White Cover' Rose Hall of Fame: See also: Rose Hall of Fame | Rosa 'Double Delight' | Rosa 'Gloria Dei' | | Rosa 'Papa Meilland' | | Rosa 'Rosa Mundi' | Rosa 'Schneewittchen' Rose cultivar groups: See also: Rose cultivar groups | Alba | Hybrid Gallica | Hybrid Tea | Miniature | Moss | Tea Rose gardens: See also: Rose gardens | Rosengarten Bamberg, Germany | Aramaki rose park, Japan | Volksgarten Wien, Austria | Roseraie de Bagatelle, France | Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid, Spain | International rose garden, Kortrijk, Belgium Rose in Floristry: See also: Roses in Floristry | [edit] Roses in art | See also: Roses in art | Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Roses of Vargemont, 1882 | Ignacio P. Camarlench: Una rosa,1894 | St. Wyspianski: Rose, 1898 | Paul Klee: Heroic Roses, 1938 | Saadi de Shiraz: Le jardin des roses, 1942 | Hungarian stamp from 1965 | Golden Rose | Rose capital, Reformationskirche in Berlin | Origami rose Other: Roses by color | Helophilus pendulus on a rose | Mantis religiosa on a pink rose | dewdrops on a red rose | multicolored rose | rose with frost | Yellow roses | Orange roses | Pink roses | Rose training systems | Roses in private gardens | Roses on cemetries | Rose shows and awards | dried rose | dried rose leaves | Essential oil | Rose petals in scented water | rose buds as herb | Rose tea | Herbal tea with rose petals | Candy roses | Artificial roses | Compass rose | The Rosicrucian Rose | Floral diagram


Willmottiae - Rose

Die Bezeichnung bot. "willmottiae" ehrt die englische Pflanzen- und Gartenliebhaberin Ellen Willmott (1858-1934).

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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
UK Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose

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Beales, Amanda
Rose Basics (Autor)

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Taschenbuch: 128 Seiten
Verlag: Hamlyn (15. Juli 1999)
Sprache: Englisch


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A guide to growing and cultivating roses. From the history, species and traditions that have made roses so popular, to an understanding of the basic anatomy and development of roses, it aims to provide the reader with insight into every aspect of cultivating roses.


Beales, Peter
Majerus, Marianne (Fotograf)
Passion for Roses
Comprehensive Guide to Landscaping with Roses

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Sprache: Englisch
Gebundene Ausgabe - 256 Seiten - Rizzoli Publications
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2005

Synopsis
After an Introduction that expounds the author's personal philosophy on successful rose growing, the following chapters cover every group of roses. Specially commissioned photography shows roses, both on their own and in combination with other plants, accompanied by the author's subjective comments on which roses he considers to be the best to grow in that group. A directory covers all the roses mentioned in their group with plant portraits and concise details on height, spread, colour, disease resistance, etc. All roses are listed in alphabetical order of their names (which are internationally accepted) within their particular group, eg Climbers and Ramblers, Species Roses, Old Shrub Roses.

Beales, Peter
Twentieth Century Roses
An Illustrated Encyclopaedia and Grower's Manual of Classic Roses from the Twentieth Century

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Gebundene Ausgabe: 320 Seiten
Verlag: Harpercollins (Dezember 1988)
Sprache: Englisch

Beales, Peter
Visions of Roses

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von Peter Beales, Vivian Russell (Fotograf)
Sprache: Englisch
Gebundene Ausgabe - 208 Seiten - Little Brown
Erscheinungsdatum: 23. Mai 1996

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Spectacular, though not necessarily well-known, rose gardens are highlighted in this combined effort by world-class rosarian and premier commercial grower Beales and his cohort, the notable garden photographer Vivian Russell. These gardens offer a journey of surprising locales for both hands-on gardeners and rose lovers alike. Connoisseurs will especially appreciate the approach here. A stunning variety of old (or antique) roses is presented, with reference to placement and usage of specific roses to inspire planting ideas. Informative sidebars spotlight various classes of roses, imparting historical facts, along with nuances of form and culture. And an easy-to-read chart affords expert advice regarding color and design considerations. These 33 gardens include the Windsor home of the Queen Mother and Lee Radziwill's Long Island retreat. Alice Joyce

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Roses
A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose

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Heidelberg, Ed. Braus, 2005
Sprache: Deutsch
Gebundene Ausgabe - 144 Seiten - Edition Braus im Wachter Verlag
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2005
Auflage: Bilingual
ISBN: 3899041666


Hermann Försterling, dessen Arbeiten unter anderem vom New Yorker Museum of Modern Art und der Staatsgalerie Stuttgart angekauft wurden, ist bekannt als einer der letzten, der in der Fotografie die Technik der Heliogravur beherrscht. Er arbeitet mit Pigmentpapieren und Gelatine, Asphaltlack und Kupferplatten. In der Malerei schulte er sich in altmeisterlicher Schichttechnik und aufwendigen Lasurverfahren. Mit "Roses" ist der Fotograf, Maler und Bildhauer einen ganz anderen Weg gegangen. Unter der Verwendung von Scanner und PC, Wasser, Eis, Licht und gemalten Hintergründen sowie Daten aus einem riesigen Fundus von Detailzeichnungen entstanden hyperreale Rosen in der Welt der Pixel. "Roses" sind eine Spielart jener alten Fragen nach Hingabe und Verletzung, Sexualität und Ausgesetztsein, Liebe und Tod.



Hermann Försterling: Hermann Försterling, Jahrgang 1955, 1973-1977 Studium an der"Akademie der Bildenden Künste" in Stuttgart bei Prof. Peters und Prof. Sonderborg, seit 1979 freischaffender Künstler. Seine Werke sind unter anderem im "Museum of Modern Art", New York, im "Center of Creative Photography" Tucson/Arizona, im "Museum Ludwig", Köln und im "Museet for Fotokunst", Odense ausgestellt.


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Harkness, Peter
Roses
Die Schönsten Illustrationen der Royal Horticultural Society, London

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Vorwort von Graham Thomas
Villa Arceno, Bei Frederking & Thaler
336 Seiten
Sprache: Englisch
Gebundene Ausgabe - Harry N. Abrams
Erscheinungsdatum: 30. März 2005

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Jekyll, Gertrude (Autor)
Mawley, Edward (Autor)
Roses for English Gardens

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Taschenbuch: 394 Seiten
Verlag: BiblioBazaar (6. April 2010)
Sprache: Englisch




Kurzbeschreibung

This book an EXACT reproduction of the original book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR?d book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.


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Naming the Rose
Discover Who Roses Are Named for

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Gebundene Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
Verlag: Random House (Au) (Oktober 2008)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
The rose brings beauty and joy to those who grow and admire them. Often a rose will bear a person's name, for the breeding of roses is an art and, like all artists, the raisers of roses enjoy dedicating their creations to people they love or admire. But who was "Madame Hardy"? "Bettina"? "Lorraine Lee" or "Henri Martin"? Vita Sackville-West asked this question many years ago and rose-lovers are still asking. Here, at last, in an elegant, timeless and beautifully illustrated edition, is the answer. Anyone who loves these delightful flowers will find this collection of stories as beautiful as the bloom itself.


Erstellt: 2010-02

Martin, Clair G. (Autor)
Austin, David (Vorwort)
Arena, Sylvester
Holt, Saxon (Fotograf)
100 English Roses for the American Garden

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Taschenbuch: 264 Seiten
Verlag: Diane Pub Co (September 1997)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung

Today the hottest rose to grow is the English rose. Requiring neither the meticulous care nor prodigious amount of chemicals that are the bane of many rose plants, the English rose is a hybrid with rare character and simplicity.

Both a how-to and field guide to these extraordinary roses, this simple, commonsense approach to raising them begins by suggesting the most disease-resistant cultivars and showing how to give them easy, consistent care. The field guide section of the book features 100 English roses best suited for American gardens, lushly photographed and organized by color and height.


Erstellt: 2013-05

McMurtrie, Mary
Old Cottage Pinks

(E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/1870673506/etymologporta-20


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Sprache: Englisch
Gebundene Ausgabe - 120 Seiten - Antique Collectors' Club Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: 5. Februar 2004


Synopsis
Pinks are popular garden plants with an impressive history, having been grown for hundreds of years. They are found throughout the world and were a favourite in the United Kingdom, even before the reign of Elizabeth I, when they were grown to edge garden borders, to be picked for posies and made into bunches to be sold in the market. This is an attractive record of all those Old Pinks that Mary McMurtrie was personally able to find and paint. Although the collection is not complete, all the examples that she painted are gathered and reproduced here, accompanied by her own useful notes. Once again, the author has employed her considerable artistic skills to inform and delight her readers with the aid of more than seventy highly individual, yet wonderfully understated, watercoloured drawings. This is a book to treasure and enjoy.


McMurtrie, Mary
Scots Roses of hedgerows and wild gardens

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Sprache: Englisch
Gebundene Ausgabe - 156 Seiten - Antique Collectors' Club Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: 1. Januar 1999


Synopsis
The "Scots Roses of hedgerows and wild gardens" are a characteristic feature of earlt summer. Modest in appearance at first glance, they nevertheless merit attention, for unlike some of their cultivated cousins thay are consistently reliable and completely trouble free. This is a pictorial survey by a very distinguished botanical artist of this attractive rose species. Mary McMurtrie's charming painting style capturs the soft texture and gentle colours of the petals and the sharpness of the thorns of this, the most prickly, but none the less, most beautiful, of roses.


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Rix, Martyn
The Ultimate Guide to Roses
A Comprehensive Selection

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Gebundene Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
Verlag: Macmillan (1. Oktober 2004)
Sprache: Englisch


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The Phillips & Rix Ultimate Guide to Roses is the long-awaited, indispensable selection from the experts of gardening reference. All the finest roses are included in this stunning work, from the original wild species to the most modern trends. This exquisitely-designed, authoritative guide is the ultimate collection of the most beautiful of flowers. Offering detailed descriptions of each rose's origin, appearance, characteristics and growing conditions, with a history of each group, the very best roses have been specially chosen for their superb flowering or superlative scent. Illustrated with outstanding colour photography, with both outdoor and studio shots, this is a book every rose lover will want to own.



Synopsis
The Phillips & Rix Ultimate Guide to Roses is the long-awaited, indispensable selection from the experts of gardening reference. All the finest roses are included in this stunning work, from the original wild species to the most modern trends. This exquisitely-designed, authoritative guide is the ultimate collection of the most beautiful of flowers. Offering detailed descriptions of each rose's origin, appearance, characteristics and growing conditions, with a history of each group, the very best roses have been specially chosen for their superb flowering or superlative scent. Illustrated with outstanding colour photography, with both outdoor and studio shots, this is a book every rose lover will want to own.


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An inspirational, beautifully-photographed and personally chosen collection of the most evocative of flowers

The Phillips & Rix Ultimate Guide to Roses is the long-awaited, indispensable selection from the experts of gardening reference. All the finest roses are included in this stunning work, from the original wild species to the most modern trends. This exquisitely-designed, authoritative guide is the ultimate collection of the most beautiful of flowers. Offering detailed descriptions of each rose's origin, appearance, characteristics and growing conditions, with a history of each group, the very best roses have been specially chosen for their superb flowering or superlative scent. Illustrated with outstanding colour photography, with both outdoor and studio shots, this is a book every rose lover will want to own.


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Roger Phillips
Author
In 1975 Roger Phillips began his life’s major work of photographing and publishing pictures of the world’s garden plants. He set out to develop an encyclopedic collection of books to show the difference between plants as diverse as mosses, roses and annuals. His first book, Wild Flowers of Britain (1977), was a huge success, selling 400,000 copies in the first year. He has since written 20 additional volumes (often with his co-author Martyn Rix) selling over 6million copies worldwide. His latest book is Mushrooms.

Roger has written and presented two major six-part TV series on gardening (BBC & Channel 4). Famed for his ebullient personality and garish red glasses, he has become a well-recognised figure in the world of gardening.


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The Graham Stuart Thomas Rose Book

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Gebundene Ausgabe: 386 Seiten
Verlag: John Murray Publishers Ltd (10. November 1994)
Sprache: Englisch
© 1994 Sagapress Inc. / Timber Press Inc.

Compilation of three G.S. Thomas books - Old Shrub Roses, Shrub Roses of Today and Climbing Roses Old and New. Photos, drawings and paintings, many by the author. Good varietal information, descriptions and illustrations favor old roses with little on introductions since 1968. 385 pp. Buy The Graham Stuart Thomas Rose Book


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It was Graham Stuart Thomas who in "Old Shrub Roses" first brought to public attention the favourite roses of the early nineteenth century - the intensely scented damasks, the rich and sombre Gallicas, the elegant Albas. In "Shrub Roses of Today" he performed the same task for the species and hybrids from Japan and North America, from English and Scottish hedgerows and the mountains of China. He also brought back to popularity the roses of the late Victorian and Edwardian era, Chinas and Hybrid Musks redolent of house parties before the Great War. "Climbing Roses Old and New" considered ramblers of greater subtlety than today's garish and formless floribundas, and also described the author's exciting rediscovery of the old Autumn-flowering Musk Rose. Since those books were published they have between them gone though 22 editions and have become the standard by which all books on old and shrub roses are measured. But as Christopher Lloyd wrote, 'you must have all three and they must not be scattered in different parts of the house'. This book now, at last, brings the classic trilogy together in a substantially revised and updated edition, fully illustrated, in colour and black-and-white, with new photographs and paintings from such master hands as Redoute and Graham Thomas himself.


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