Florence Bond (Gumm 1936). A large globular flower of pure white, slightly tinged pink at first. Strong stems of medium height.
Mary E Nicholls (Nicholls 1941). A pure white double of a desirable rose form. She bears large, very fragrant flowers in great quantity and produces numerous side buds. One of her flowers can fill up the cup of two hands together. Stems are 110 cm of length. Flowering late midseason. Good cut flower variety.
Krinkled White (Brand 1928). Lactiflora; a large white single with taffeta-textured petals and white-topped green pistils showing through the yellow center. Blooms are held on slim, 110 cm long stems. This very popular cultivar withstands drought and holds up well when cut. Flowering early midseason.
Couronne d'Or (Calot 1873). Lactiflora; the large, evenly rounded white flowers are illuminated near the center by a ring of yellow stamens. The center petals are tipped with crimson. Very floriferous; strong stems and good foliage. A dependable, later white sort of good habit for both cutting and garden decoration. Strong, water lily-like fragrance.
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