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'Michele Meilland' | Hybrid Tea Rose. Francis Meilland (France, 1945) | Flickr - © Yoko Nekonomania

'Michele Meilland' | Hybrid Tea Rose. Francis Meilland (France, 1945) | Flickr - © Yoko Nekonomania

'Michele Meilland' | Hybrid Tea Rose. Francis Meilland (France, 1945) | Flickr - © Yoko Nekonomania

'Michele Meilland' | Hybrid Tea Rose. Francis Meilland (France, 1945) | Flickr - © Yoko Nekonomania

'Chicago Peace' | Hybrid Tea Rose. Discovered by Stanley C. Johnston (United States, 1962) | Flickr - © NYBG, Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen

'Chicago Peace' | Hybrid Tea Rose. Discovered by Stanley C. Johnston (United States, 1962) | Flickr - © NYBG, Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen

'Perfume Delight' | Hybrid Tea Rose. Swim & Weeks (United States, 1973)| Flickr - © Kaos2

'Perfume Delight' | Hybrid Tea Rose. Swim & Weeks (United States, 1973)| Flickr - © Kaos2

'Touch of Class' | HT rose. Bred by Michel Kriloff (France, 1984). | Flickr - © Jo Stanton

'Touch of Class'

Tea Rose: Rosa 'Francis Dubreuil' (France, 1894) according to the caption, but this is probably one of the Hybrid Teas being sold as 'FD'

Tea Rose: Rosa 'Francis Dubreuil' (France, according to the caption, but this is probably one of the Hybrid Teas being sold as 'FD'

Damask Perpetual or Portland Rose: Rosa 'Marie de Saint Jean' (France, 1869)

Damask Perpetual or Portland Rose: Rosa 'Marie de Saint Jean' (France,

Gallica Rose: Rosa 'Antonia d'Ormois' (France, before 1835)

Gallica Rose: Rosa 'Antonia d'Ormois' (France, before

Rose 'Ispahan' - Damask rose. Very long blooming (although a once bloomer) and good upright form.

~'Ispahan' - Damask rose My ancient rose

~Rose 'Eyes for You'

~Rose Eyes for You

Bred in France Light pink tea rose with a very strong fragrance.

'Mme de Watteville', 1883

'Mme de Watteville', 1883

Rosa Super Star - Rosa de Oro y All American Rose Selection

Rosa Super Star - Rosa de Oro y All American Rose Selection

Royalty Free Roses - Google Search

Tea Rose: Rosa Archiduc Joseph (France, as sold in the U. and Oz is what Europeans call Monsieur Tillier, and vice versa.

°‿✿⁀Pink Rose‿✿⁀°

~Rosa 'Mme Antoine Mari' (France, before ~ I love the old heirloom roses.

Bourbon Rose: Rosa 'Honorine de Brabant' (discovered in France, 1916)

Bourbon Rose: Rosa 'Honorine de Brabant' (discovered in France,

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