ROSES IN POTS
For Outdoor Planting and Pot Culture.
BENJAMIN R. CANT & SONS
. B. E. CANT. ■
Telephone—No. 226, COLCHESTER.
Telegrams—BEN CANT, COLCHESTER
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NEW PEDIGREE SEEDLING ROSES
(Raised by B. R. CANT & SONS).
For distribution now. Fine Strong Plants in Pots.
3/6 COLCESTRIA (Hybrid Tea Climber).
Strong pillar in habit of growth, with good stout foliage of a light green shade, and retained well in winter.
The blooms are large and full; satin rose in the centre, shading oil to silver pink in the outer petals, which are
It possesses a most delightful perfume, and gained the "Clay Cup" at Holland House Show for fragrance and
Very free in flowering when established, and will prove a valuable climber on walls, as it is a colour much needed for
this purpose ; also suitable for pegging down in beds.
3 6 FLORENCE SPAULL (Hybrid Tea).
Of erect and even habit of growth, with good foliage.
The blooms are very full and large, " Helen Keller " in type, but higher centre and more regular in form.
Colour, deep rose pink, with occasional splashes of darker tint on the edges of the outer petals, which are
jp.i-tWMilsrb/ ST-eet-scented. ShonM proves vp>e- reliable pvhihition variety. _ __
3 6 HON. MRS. R. C. GROSVENOR (Hybrid Tea).
Excellent habit of growth, making fine branching bushes with good bronzy green foliage, apparently mildew-proof.
Ths blooms are of fair size and substance, carried on stout stems.
Colour, outer petals porcelain flesh, centre deep orange yellow. The flowers open well and cleanly, giving the whole
bloom a beautiful porcelain appearance. Most useful for bedding and massing, and a good Autumnal.
2/6 CUPID (Hybrid Tea Climber).
A pillar rose of fine growth, good habit and abundant foliage; the flowers are single, four to five inches across,
sometimes larger, and produced in clusters. The colour in the half developed stage is a glowing flesh, with a
touch of peach, softening to delicate flesh and opal when fully expanded. In the autumn it produces pretty rose
coloured seed pods. This variety was greatly admired and caused quite a sensation at the exhibitions during the
summer of 1914, and received unanimous Award of Merit Royal Horticultural Society, 1915.
A fine grower with good bronzy green stout foliage, apparently mildew-proof. The flowers are large and full, outer
petals creamy flesh, gradually deepening towards the centre of the bloom with splashes of rich yolk of egg colour.
Very attractive for bedding and massing, and an excellent Autumnal. Awarded first prize at the International
Show, Chelsea, 1912, as the best new rose not then in commerce.