List of rose cultivars named after people

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Among the individuals or fictional characters who have had rose cultivars named after them are the following:

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'Adam Messerich'
'Alain Blanchard'
'Albrecht Dürer'
'Alister Stella Gray'
'Anneliese Rothenberger'
'Archiduc Joseph'
'Arielle Dombasle'
'Astrid Lindgren'

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B[edit]

'Baron Girod de l'Ain'
'Baroness Rotchild', Pernet 1868
'Benjamin Britten'
'Bernd-Weigel-Rose'
'Betty Prior'
'Brenda Colvin'

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C[edit]

'Camille Pissarro'
'Captain Hayward'
'Cardinal de Richelieu'
'César'
'Christopher Columbus'
'Claude Monet'
'Comte de Chambord'
'Crown Princess Margareta'

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D[edit]

'Diana'
'Doris Tysterman'
'Dorothy Perkins'
'Duc de Cambridge'
'Duchesse de Brabant'
'Duquesa de Peñaranda'

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E[edit]

'Eckart Witzigmann'
'Edgar Degas'
'Emil Nolde'
'Empress Josephine'

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F[edit]

'Ferdinand Pichard'
'François Juranville'
'Frau Karl Druschki'
'Frédéric Mistral'
'Fritz Nobis'

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G[edit]

'Général Kléber'
'Gertrude Jekyll'
'Graham Thomas'

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H[edit]

'Hannah Gordon'
'Helen Hayes'
'Henry Fonda'
'Honoré de Balzac'

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I[edit]

'Ingrid Bergman'

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J[edit]

'Jacqueline du Pré'
'Jeanne de Montfort'
'John Cabot'
'Josef Klimeš'
'Julia Child'

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K[edit]

'Karl Ploberger Rose'
'Kitchener of Khartoum'
'Konrad Adenauer'

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L[edit]

'Lady Penzance'
'Laura Ford'
'Leonardo da Vinci'
'Lilli Marleen'
'Louise Odier'

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M[edit]

'Madame Alfred Carrière'
'Madame Caroline Testout'
'Madame Grégoire Staechelin'
'Madame Pierre Oger'
'Maman Cochet'
'Marcel Pagnol'
'Maria Callas'
'Marie Curie'
'Mark Twain'
'Michelangelo'
'Mountbatten'
'Mrs Herbert Stevens'

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N[edit]

'Nancy Reagan'

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O[edit]

'Ophelia'

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P[edit]

'Papa Meilland'
'Penelope'
'Philippe Noiret'
'Pope John Paul II'
'President Herbert Hoover'
'Princess of Wales'

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Q[edit]

'Queen Elizabeth'

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R[edit]

'Régine Crespin'
'Reine Victoria'

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S[edit]

Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
'Sarah van Fleet'
'Simon Bolivar'
'Souvenir de Pierre Vibert'
'St. Nicholas'

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T[edit]

'Thalia'
'Thérèse Bugnet'

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U[edit]

'Uncle Walter'

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W[edit]

'William Baffin'

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Y[edit]

'Yves Piaget'

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sometimes also called Mathilda, after one of Aznavour's songs
  2. ^ Royal Edward Rose[dead link]
  3. ^ Also known as Duchesse d`Oldenbourg
  4. ^ Smith, Keith. Around Malvern in old photographs. Alan Sutton Publishing, Gloucester. ISBN 0-86299-587-6. page 119.
  5. ^ Also known as Hannah
  6. ^ Marie-Victorin rose[dead link]
  7. ^ "Louise Hay" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-04-05. 
  8. ^ Sometimes referred to as Marie Dermat
  9. ^ Also known as Pilar Landecho
  10. ^ "About Mary Margaret McBride". Ashokan Dreams. Retrieved 7 March 2011. 
  11. ^ "Rosa ( Michael Crawford Rose )". Backyardgardener.com. Retrieved 2012-04-05. 
  12. ^ Also named Zonta Rose in Australia and New Zealand or Bright Lights in the USA
  13. ^ There are two roses cultivars named after Diana, Princess of Wales. One, called 'Princess of Wales', is the only one she allowed to be named after her. After her death the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund allowed a new rose, 'England's Rose' to be named after her, which is sold and raises funds for the charity in her memory.
  14. ^ Also known as Souvenir de la Princesse de Lamballe
  15. ^ dedicated to the victims Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman
  16. ^ Also called Duchesse d`Istrie

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