(1957) Page(s) 78.
Ankara, 1939, light salmon-yellow, fine form, double, large, fragrant, 40cm
(1957) Page(s) 70.
Barbara Hauenstein, 1957, deep pink, double, large, fragrant, 60cm
(1957) Page(s) 114-115.
Dr. E. Mills This variety belongs lately to R. spinosissima L. Growth: Upright, later strongly arching, up to 2 m. Foliage: A little less loose and lighter green than R. hugonis Hemsl. Blooms: Light yellow, 4-5 cm in diameter. Fruits: Seldom available. Prickles: Sparse, thin and pointed, canes white tomentous pubescent.
(1957) Page(s) 81.
Hybrid teas: Elite, 1936, pink-apricot, double, fragrant, 60cm
(1957) Page(s) 89.
Fanal, 1946, vivid red, semi-double, large, for containers, nectar supplier for bees
(1957) Page(s) 69.
General Guisan 1945, crimson-red with dark velvety center, in summer brightest red, extra for summer months, double, large, fragrant, 50cm, cut flowers
(1957) Page(s) 90.
Kordes Sondermeldung, 1950, brick-red, double, 60cm.
(1957) Page(s) 114.
Rosa multiflora 'Gschwinds Nordland' Growth: Upright to slightly arching. Foliage: fresh green. Blooms: The buds are pink to wine-red, while the expanded blooms are soft pink double and have a diameter of approx. 8 cm. The plants are very floriferous. Fruit: Orange-red, elongated, up to 2 cm long. Prickles scattered, but mainly at the base. Sepals up to 1,5 cm long, broad, calyx open. Prickles: Irregularly distributed along the green, red shaded branches.
(1957) Page(s) 74.
Geheimrat Duisberg, 1933, pure yellow, extra yellow rose for forcing, double, large, fragrant, 50cm, glasshouse