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Rh. 'Alan's Suprise'
Rh. 'Alan's Surprise'

Rh. 'Alice'
Rh. 'Alice'
An older hybrid bred in 1910, Alice is not as often grown today. Huge flower trusses of up to 18 blooms, deep ink with a lighter centre. Fading to pale pink and to almost white in sun. Unspotted flowers with very large calyx. Upright bush to 2.0m plus. (October)

Rh. 'Alison Johnstone'
Rh. 'Alison Johnstone'
Almost apricot flowers flushed with pink in a loose a truss of 9-10. Rounded bluish green leaves and a dense compact habit to about 1.0m. In some areas it flowers better in full sun, but if the plant develops a yellow edge to the leaf then the sun is too severe and you should transplant into light shade. (October)

Rh. 'Apricot Fantasy'
Rh. 'Apricot Fantasy'

Rh. 'Apricot Nectar'
Rh. 'Apricot Nectar'
Orange flowers in a rounded trusses of fourteen, with a red base and edge to each flower. Compact bush to about 1.0m. (late October)

Rh. 'Atroflow'
Rh. 'Atroflow'
Rose flowers in a truss of 10-12, fade. Growing to about 1.5m the bush can become bare and open as leaves are shed after only one year, so a sunny position is best. May require some protection in colder areas. (October)

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