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Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland
Mari Dot is everyone's favourite, on account of its glorious colour and free-flowering. Despite its undoubted Pernetiana constitution, it is a vigorous grower and nearly always in bloom-one of the most admired Roses in my garden!

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
Unfortunately, Mabel Morse and Golden Emblem simply will not grow in Auckland, but both are excellent in parts of the South Island. The climbers of these latter varieties are more satisfactory up north.

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
Rose Berkeley is coming rapidly into favour. Its beautifully-formed salmon pink flowers, suffused with orange, are borne freely and continuously, and though there is a certain amount of die-back, the plant is vigorous and worth a place in every garden.

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
Chas. P. Kilham is a grand Rose, of very attractive colouring. Unfortunately, it does not thrive well in Auckland, but seems very robust in Wellington and Christchurch.

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
A Rose that has impressed me is Mme. Jules Guerin (Pernet Ducher, 1931), opening buff yellow and fading to cream. In warm, sunny climates this should make a first-rate exhibition Rose. It seems a good doer.

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
Mrs. Paul Goudie—a greatly improved Lord Lambourne

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
My friend, Mr. Frank Mason, of Feilding, is very enthusiastic about the good points of Mrs. Paul Goudie—a deep buttercup yellow— a greatly improved Lord Lambourne. This is a beautiful Rose, and I saw some lovely plants at Feilding. My experience in Auckland has not been so satisfactory.

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
rank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
Mrs. Henry Bowles and Mrs. Henry Morse are still indispensable to exhibitors wanting good pinks.

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
Mrs. Henry Bowles and Mrs. Henry Morse are still indispensable to exhibitors wanting good pinks.

Australian Rose Annual (1936)  Page(s) 90.  
 
Frank Penn. Rose Notes from Auckland.
Mrs. Bryce Allan is becoming more popular, as it gives a good crop of sweetly-scented Roses, many good enough for exhibition.
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