Mr. B.H. Farr (Farr 1955). Japanese; a deep old-rose single with large outstanding tuft of brownish red with white tips. Stems are 100 cm, flowering late.
Therese (Dessert 1904). Lactiflora; a pink, not particularly fragrant double with enormous, long petals of pale translucent, old-rose pink, paling towards the base and illuminated by a golden yellow glow in the depths. Floriferous with strong, 80 cm tall stems. Heavy foliage. Truly splendid in form, texture and color. She is supreme for exhibition, but well-developed flowers are too heavy for the stems outdoors, particularly when it has rained is support of the stems necessarily.
Imperial Princess (Marx 1978). A lavender rose pink ball formed double, lightening at the edges. A reliable bloomer of good substance. Strong, 100 cm tall stems. Fragrant. If the stems are not disbudded, support is needed.
Catharina Fontijn (v/d Valk, v/d Zwet 1952). Lactiflora; the flowers are salmon pink fading to white during flowering. Pink in bud. Double with hardly visible yellow stamens. Perfect green – light green foliage. The stems are 100 cm of length with one to four dubs. A perfect cut variety.