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List of Articles published in the Historic Rose Journal 1991 to 2014

Author Article Issue Date
Graham Stuart Thomas Aperitif: an introduction Vol.1 No 1 February 1991
Joan Daniel From the Chairman Vol.1 No 1 February 1991
Tony Lord Roseraie de l’Hay Vol.1 No 1 February 1991
Peter Beales The 4th International Heritage Rose Conference Vol.1 No 1 February 1991
Ann Bird Pemberton’s Hybrid Musks Vol.1 No 1 February 1991
Hazel le Rougetel Stanwell Perpetual Vol.1 No 1 February 1991
Charles Quest-Ritson What is a Historic Rose? Vol.1 No 2 September 1991
Charles Quest-Ritson Footnote to Lord’s Roseraie de l’Hay article Vol.1 No 2 September 1991
Peter Wake Supporting Shrub Roses Vol.1 No 2 September 1991
Jim McIntyre The Historic Rose-grower’s Library Vol.1 No 2 September 1991
Jim McIntyre The First Six Months — a Retrospective View Vol.1 No 2 September 1991
Joan Daniel Our Second Year No 3 March 1992
Graham Stuart Thomas Rose Nomenclature No 3 March 1992
K.S. Anderson Kinnaird Rose Garden No 3 March 1992
Michael Gibson Wild or Species Rose in the Garden No 3 March 1992
Charles Quest-Ritson The Hybrid Tea ‘Mrs W.J. Grant’ No 3 March 1992
sub rosa The Rose in Myth and Legend No 3 March 1992
Jack Harkness Fiddle-De-Dee Roses (Henry Bennett as breeder) No 4 November 1992
Jim McIntyre Group Visits — Memories of Deal Hole and Joseph Grundy No 4 November 1992
Hazel le Rougetel Group Visits — The Cavriglia Weekend No 4 November 1992
Bicky Roberts Group Visits — Peter Beales Rose Nursery No 4 November 1992
Aiden Daniel Group Visits — Meeting at Coomblands No 4 November 1992
Aiden Daniel Letter re: ‘Apple Blossom’ No 4 November 1992
James McIntyre Looking for a Good Sport! No 4 November 1992
David Stone Reflections from Mottisfont No 4 November 1992
David Stone The Will of Philippe Noisette No 4 November 1992
Rev. Joseph H. Pemberton The First Show of the National Rose Society (reprint) No 4 November 1992
Rev. Joseph H. Pemberton Books with Useful Rose Lists published 1894-1992 No 4 November 1992
Rev. Joseph H. Pemberton Books with Useful Rose Lists (continued) No 5 March 1993
Sally Allison Hybrid Perpetuals: A New Zealand Perspective No 5 March 1993
Rosamund Wallinger The Hunt for Jekyll Roses at Upton Grey No 5 March 1993
William A. Grant Francis E. Lester No 5 March 1993
David Stone Reflections from Mottisfont No 5 March 1993
Michael Gibson The Family of the Rose (1) No 5 March 1993
Deane M. Ross Mlle. Cécile Brunner’ and her Entourage No 5 March 1993
John Mattock Desert Island Roses No 5 March 1993
John Mattock Letter re: __R. gallica __’Complicata’ No 5 March 1993
Stella Addison Historic Rose Day at St Albans No 6 October 1993
Hazel le Rougetel Mrs Bentall, ‘Robin Hood’ and ‘Ballerina’ No 6 October 1993
Margaret Stewart Group Visits — Quand il pleut, il pleut grenouilles . . . (Paris) No 6 October 1993
Melinda Neese Group Visits — Hyde Hall Gardens No 6 October 1993
Brian Edwards Group Visits — The Manor House at Upton Grey No 6 October 1993
Michael Gibson Group Visits — ‘Some Enchanted Evening . . .’ (Moor Wood) No 6 October 1993
Rosamund Wallinger Group Visits — Three Hampshire Gardens (The Old Rectory, Fairfield House and Bramshott No 6 October 1993
David Stone Reflections from Mottisfont No 6 October 1993
Michael Gibson The Family of the Rose (2) No 6 October 1993
Michael Gibson Letter re: R. gallica ‘Complicata’ and P. Noisette’s will No 6 October 1993
Michael Gibson Books with Useful Rose Lists (continued) No 6 October 1993
Helene Pizzi Heritage Roses — A Wonderful Inheritance No 7 March 1994
Sarah Coles Rosa Fedtschenkoana No 7 March 1994
Hazel le Rougetel The 5th International Heritage Rose Conference, S Australia No 7 March 1994
Barbara Jellet Some Notes on Rosa Roxburghii (Part 1) No 7 March 1994
Ann Bird Exhibiting Old Roses No 7 March 1994
Michael Gibson The Family of the Rose (3) No 7 March 1994
David Stone Reflections from Mottisfont No 7 March 1994
Jim McIntyre Group Visit — Newby Hall, Yorkshire No 7 March 1994
M.G. Lament (A poem on identification) No 7 March 1994
M.G. Books with Useful Rose Lists (continued) No 7 March 1994
Kath Cawley . . time to stand and stare.’ No 8 Autumn 1994
Graham Stuart Thomas Some Historic Names of Roses No 8 Autumn 1994
Graham Stuart Thomas Award of Garden Merit Roses No 8 Autumn 1994
Barbara Jellet Some Notes on Rosa Roxburghii (Part II) No 8 Autumn 1994
Barbara Jellet Competition No 8 Autumn 1994
Barbara Jellet Letter re: availability of rugosa hybrids No 8 Autumn 1994
Barbara Jellet Letter re: R. roxburghii used in breeding No 8 Autumn 1994
Michael Gibson The Family of the Rose (4) No 8 Autumn 1994
David Stone Reflections from Mottisfont No 8 Autumn 1994
Jean E. Harthill Group Visits — Mannington Hall No 8 Autumn 1994
Brian Edwards Group Visits — Mottisfont Abbey Rose Garden No 8 Autumn 1994
Geoffrey Marsh Group Visits — Felley Priory Garden, Notts No 8 Autumn 1994
Frances Thomson Barrow Local Groups No 8 Autumn 1994
Geoffrey Marsh How About Opening Your Garden No 8 Autumn 1994
Geoffrey Marsh Books with Useful Rose Lists (continued) No 8 Autumn 1994
Edward Bunyard A High Place for the Old Roses (reprint) No 9 Spring 1995
Brian Edwards Rambling Up the Wrong Path No 9 Spring 1995
Geraldine Lewis Some More Historic Names of Roses No 9 Spring 1995
Geraldine Lewis Competition No 9 Spring 1995
Dr Syntax The Panacean Rose No 9 Spring 1995
Janice McDonald et al A Colonial View of Historic Roses No 9 Spring 1995
David Stone Reflections from Mottisfont No 9 Spring 1995
Michael Gibson Spreading the Word No 9 Spring 1995
Clair Martin The North American Symposium on Old Roses, 1996 No 9 Spring 1995
J.R. West Dr W. Van Fleet’ No 10 Autumn 1995
Aiden Daniel International Historic Rose Group Weekend, St Albans No 10 Autumn 1995
M.C. Foster Roses from Beyond the Clouds No 10 Autumn 1995
Margaret Davies Survival of the Fittest No 10 Autumn 1995
William A. Grant Miriam Wilkins No 10 Autumn 1995
Melinda Neese New California Rose Garden for Symposium No 10 Autumn 1995
Steve Jones Growing Old Roses in California No 10 Autumn 1995
Hibberd/Foster-Melliar Rose Cultivation in the 19th Century (reprints) No 10 Autumn 1995
Deirdre Gordon Group Visit — Heath Mill House, Worplesdon No 10 Autumn 1995
Helene Pizzi From Rome R. banksiae No 10 Autumn 1995
Helene Pizzi Book Collector’s Corner No 10 Autumn 1995
Barbara Jellet (untitled poem) No 10 Autumn 1995
Barbara Jellet Answers to Spring Competition No 10 Autumn 1995
Rev. A. Foster-Melliar Looking Back (reprint) No 11 Spring 1996
Hazel le Rougetel Another Armistice Rose (Pax) No 11 Spring 1996
Helene Pizzi Irrational Passion — A Rosarian’s Garden (William Grant) No 11 Spring 1996
Margaret Davies Survival of the Fittest (2) No 11 Spring 1996
Shirley Hibberd Yellow Noisettes (__reprint) __ No 11 Spring 1996
Pam Perryman A Fragrant Wild Rose Adventure No 11 Spring 1996
Michael Gibson Flower Form in Roses No 11 Spring 1996
Steve Jones Exhibiting Old Garden Roses in America No 11 Spring 1996
Shirley Hibberd Tea-Scented Roses (reprint) No 11 Spring 1996
Dean Hole Things don’t change (poem) (reprint) No 11 Spring 1996
Dean Hole Book Collector’s Corner (continued) No 11 Spring 1996
Jane Austen (passage from Northanger Abbey) (reprint) No 12 Autumn 1996
Melinda Neese 7th International Heritage Rose Conference (a preview) No 12 Autumn 1996
Graham Stuart Thomas The Colours of Roses and Leaves No 12 Autumn 1996
Peter Harkness Climbing & Rambling Roses (lecture transcript) No 12 Autumn 1996
Jean E. Harthill The National Collection of Climbers & Ramblers No 12 Autumn 1996
Jane Scholes Norfolk Gardens Visits (Bradenham Hall and Elsing Hall) No 12 Autumn 1996
Rosemary Foster Roses All the Way (the HRG weekend in Lyon) No 12 Autumn 1996
Rosemary Foster Letter re: R. nutkana with scented foliage? No 12 Autumn 1996
Rosemary Foster Letter re: ‘Climbing Catherine Mermet’ No 12 Autumn 1996
Rosemary Foster Book Collector’s Corner (continued) No 12 Autumn 1996
Gertrude Jekyll Passage from Gardens for Small Country Houses ( reprint ) No 13 Spring 1997
Aiden Daniel Autumn Meeting at St Albans No 13 Spring 1997
Hazel le Rougetel The Founders of the Heritage Rose Societies No 13 Spring 1997
Hazel le Rougetel Book Collector’s Corner (concluded) No 13 Spring 1997
Susan P.S. Lee Time-Trail of Roses, Wells (an opportunity to visit) No 13 Spring 1997
Michael Gibson Wild Roses of Britain No 13 Spring 1997
Peter Harkness Climbing & Rambling Roses (2) (lecture transcript) No 13 Spring 1997
Peter Harkness John Gerarde on Roses No 13 Spring 1997
David Ruston Old roses of the Old Masters No 14 Autumn 1997
Mike Lowe Roses on their own roots No 14 Autumn 1997
Gwen Fagan A rose rockery at the Cape No 14 Autumn 1997
Bill Grant Using species roses in the garden No 14 Autumn 1997
Robin Lane Fox Roses in classical times No 14 Autumn 1997
Sally Allison Climbers and ramblers in the landscape No 14 Autumn 1997
Elsie de Raedt Roses of the Low Countries No 14 Autumn 1997
Trevor Nottle Just add water . . . Roses in the sun No 14 Autumn 1997
Hazel le Rougetel An odyssey of roses No 14 Autumn 1997
Hazel le Rougetel The Conference tours No 14 Autumn 1997
Mikizo Sato Species Roses of Japan No 15 Spring 1998
Ann Velle-Boudolf Louis Lens Hybrids No 15 Spring 1998
Jellet/Jay/Raymond The Origins of Rosa Complicata (reprint) No 15 Spring 1998
Helene Pizzi Rosa Canina No 15 Spring 1998
Kevin Hughes The Classification of Genus Rosa No 15 Spring 1998
David Austin The Character of the English Rose No 15 Spring 1998
Michael Gibson The Boursault Roses No 15 Spring 1998
Jack Starnes Mystery Roses of Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado No 15 Spring 1998
Odile Masquelier Laure, Suzie, Léontine, Madeleine and Major Johnston all live at La Bonne Maison No 15 Spring 1998
Odile Masquelier The European Rosarium at Sangerhausen No 15 Spring 1998
Helene Pizzi The Unsolved ‘Mutabilis’ Mystery No 16 Autumn 1998
Peter Beales Singing the Blues No 16 Autumn 1998
André Brunel La Roseraie de l’Haÿ-les-Roses No 16 Autumn 1998
Brigid Quest-Ritson Striped Roses No 16 Autumn 1998
François Joyaux The First Gallicas raised in France, 1804-1815 No 16 Autumn 1998
Peter Cox Roses in Australia No 16 Autumn 1998
Michael Gibson Old Roses for Beginners No 16 Autumn 1998
Robert Calkin The Fragrance of Old Roses No 17 Spring 1999
Martyn Rix China Roses No 17 Spring 1999
Peter Harkness The Hybrid Musks, Part 1 No 17 Spring 1999
Deirdre Gordon Growing Roses on Chalk No 17 Spring 1999
Sarah Coles Roses and the Poets No 17 Spring 1999
Helene Pizzi Roses of Ancient Rome No 17 Spring 1999
Brian Edwards Climbers in a Coastal Climate No 17 Spring 1999
Helene Pizzi Laughable Old Rose Hedges No 18 Autumn 1999
Hazel le Rougetel John Lindley as a Rosarian No 18 Autumn 1999
Michael Gibson Hybrid Perpetuals: A Question of Ancestry No 18 Autumn 1999
Tsuneo Kaneko Old Roses in Japan No 18 Autumn 1999
Peter Harkness The Hybrid Musks, Part 2 No 18 Autumn 1999
Michael Marriott Healthy Roses No 18 Autumn 1999
Robert Calkin The Myrrh Fragrance in Roses No 19 Spring 2000
Bill Grant Hybrid Teas as Heritage Roses No 19 Spring 2000
Charles Quest-Ritson A Trio of Great German Rose Gardens No 19 Spring 2000
Graham Stuart Thomas My Favourite Roses No 19 Spring 2000
Barbara Knox-Shaw Roses at Fresh Woods in the Western Cape No 19 Spring 2000
François Joyaux Roses of the Empress Josephine No 19 Spring 2000
Michael Marriott Healthy Roses, Part 2 No 19 Spring 2000
Thomas Debener The Introduction of Disease Resistance Genes No 19 Spring 2000
Hazel le Rougetel The Feminine Influence on Rose Growing No 20 Autumn 2000
Joan Daniel Obituary — Michael Gibson No 20 Autumn 2000
Jim McIntyre Roses in Limbo No 20 Autumn 2000
Sarah Coles The Rose in European Art No 20 Autumn 2000
Deirdre Gordon The Rose Garden in Eccleston Square No 20 Autumn 2000
Malcolm Manners R. Moschata — the True Musk Rose No 20 Autumn 2000
John Starnes Don’t forget the Teas, Chinas and Noisettes No 20 Autumn 2000
Maurice Jay The Domestication of the Modern Rose analysed by Biochemical and Molecular Techniques No 20 Autumn 2000
Barbara Tchertoff Antoine Jacques ­ Head Gardener to Louis Philippe, Part 1 No 20 Autumn 2000
Barbara Tchertoff Antoine Jacques – Head Gardener to Louis Philippe, Part 2 No 21 Spring 2001
Graham Thomas Rosa moschata and its hybrid ‘Princess of Nassau’ No 21 Spring 2001
Peter Harkness The Muse of Lesvos and the Queen of Flowers No 21 Spring 2001
Christine Allen Roses on the edge of the rainforest No 21 Spring 2001
Milton Nurse The Perpetual treasury at Sangerhausen No 21 Spring 2001
Judy Rose Rose ‘Fingerprinting’ No 21 Spring 2001
Editor List of articles, 1991-2000 No 21 Spring 2001
Merrill W. Hulse Roses in Silicon Valley No 22 Autumn 2001
Andrew V. Roberts Relationships between floral and vegetative development No 22 Autumn 2001
William Grant Establishing climbers No 22 Autumn 2001
William Grant Rose websites No 22 Autumn 2001
Ann Smith Harthill A Weekend of Roses No 22 Autumn 2001
Douglas Hutchinson Roses in a cold climate No 22 Autumn 2001
Mir Ajab Khan/Maryum The distribution of wild roses in Pakistan No 22 Autumn 2001
Ibrar Shinwari List of illustrations, 1991-2000 No 22 Autumn 2001
Peter Harkness Repeat-flowering old roses, Part 1 No 22 Autumn 2001
Peter Harkness Repeat-flowering old roses, Part 2 No 23 Spring 2002
Patricia Taylor Bagatelle and its roses No 23 Spring 2002
Maurice Foster Some rose species of western China and the Himalaya No 23 Spring 2002
Milton Nurse Looking for lost roses in London No 23 Spring 2002
Jim McIntyre The other Rose Cottage No 23 Spring 2002
Melinda Neese The Noisette rose at Charleston No 23 Spring 2002
François Joyaux The Mille Ecus rose (trs. Gilles Noisette) No 23 Spring 2002
Pat Toolan There are worse things than neglect No 24 Autumn 2002
Patricia Routley Saving ‘Dr Hogg’ No 24 Autumn 2002
Brigid Quest-Ritson British-bred roses No 24 Autumn 2002
Sarah Coles Some Rugosa Roses No 24 Autumn 2002
Milton Nurse Bewitching Hex No 24 Autumn 2002
Helene Pizzi The climbers of Santa Clara No 24 Autumn 2002
Margaret Stewart The HRG visits France No 24 Autumn 2002
Philip Harwood Three special gardens No 24 Autumn 2002
Orhan Pamuk The perfume of fear No 24 Autumn 2002
Charles Quest-Ritson The House of Kordes No 25 Spring 2003
Wilhelm Kordes Roses in Germany, 1949 No 25 Spring 2003
J.H. Nicolas Roses in Germany, 1937 No 25 Spring 2003
J.H. Nicolas Tour to the Sangerhausen Congress No 25 Spring 2003
J.H. Nicolas Gardens of Belgium and Germany No 25 Spring 2003
John West Glasgow’s New Rose Garden No 25 Spring 2003
Jim McIntyre Made in Scotland No 25 Spring 2003
Jim McIntyre List of Scottish Rose Breeders (pre-1950) No 25 Spring 2003
Peter Harkness Tribute to Graham Stuart Thomas No 26 Autumn 2003
Daniel Lemonnier The Calvert Catalogue No 26 Autumn 2003
Charles Quest-Ritson Early European and American hybrids of Rosa multiflora No 26 Autumn 2003
Sarah Coles Roses and Religion No 26 Autumn 2003
Ann Bird Impressions of Sangerhausen No 26 Autumn 2003
Barbara Tchertoff The Courtil des Senteurs at Quévert No 26 Autumn 2003
Anthony Thomas G.S.T. — A Family Tribute No 27 Spring 2004
Daniel Lemonnier A further look at Calvert No 27 Spring 2004
Michela Mollia A short history of Italian roses No 27 Spring 2004
Helene Pizzi The historic roses of Monza No 27 Spring 2004
Charles Quest-Ritson Congress at Sassocorvaro No 27 Spring 2004
Andrew V Roberts The Encyclopedia of Rose Science No 27 Spring 2004
Joseph Pemberton Recollections No 27 Spring 2004
Vita Sackville-West Old Garden Roses No 27 Spring 2004
Peter D.A. Boyd Scots Roses: a new look at an exuberant group No 28 Autumn 2004
Peter D.A. Boyd Mary McMurtrie, painter of Scots Roses No 28 Autumn 2004
Anne & Elisabeth Péron Albert and René Barbier: great breeders of Orléans No 28 Autumn 2004
Anne & Elisabeth Péron The Michael Gibson Collection No 28 Autumn 2004
Barbara Tchertoff Our economical ancestors No 28 Autumn 2004
Charles Quest-Ritson ‘Russelliana’ – still a Mystery Rose No 28 Autumn 2004
Ann Cannings West Country Gardens Tour No 28 Autumn 2004
Rosemary Foster The Oxford Conference No 29 Spring 2005
Sarah Coles The Changing Symbolism of the Rose No 29 Spring 2005
Peter Beales The Roses in my Life No 29 Spring 2005
Helene Pizzi The Antique Roses of Faenza No 29 Spring 2005
Jonathan Cox The Nancy Steen Garden No 29 Spring 2005
Nancy Steen Early 19 th Century Climbing Roses in New Zealand No 29 Spring 2005
Peter Harkness A history of the rose family No 30 Autumn 2005
François Joyaux The champion of the Rose of Provins No 30 Autumn 2005
Philip Harwood Beauty and Bliss in Belgium No 30 Autumn 2005
Gertrude Jekyll Some Old Garden Roses and a new one No 30 Autumn 2005
Gertrude Jekyll Rosenberg’s Rhodologia No 30 Autumn 2005
Helga Brichet Two Italian roses come home No.31 Spring 2006
Odile Masquelier The wizards of Lyons No.31 Spring 2006
Ann Bird Tribute to Joan Daniel No.31 Spring 2006
Milton Nurse Conference at Dunedin No.31 Spring 2006
N.P. Henry Classical Roses No.31 Spring 2006
Joseph Pemberton Discriminating by smell No.31 Spring 2006
Peter Scott Call Me Madame No.32 Autumn 2006
Ebbe W. Lange Roses in Denmark No.32 Autumn 2006
Mogens N. Olesen The Poulsens — a Danish dynasty No.32 Autumn 2006
John West A Nordic Journey of Discovery No.32 Autumn 2006
Svend Poulsen Old-Fashioned Garden Roses No.32 Autumn 2006
Peter Scott Report on the Shows No.32 Autumn 2006
Jean-Claude Nicolas The Heritage Roseries of the Ardennes No.33 Spring 2007
Odile Masquelier A mere trifle, a Bagatelle No.33 Spring 2007
François Joyaux Who was Jacques Louis Descemet? No.33 Spring 2007
Vera Klimenko Rose Breeding in the South of the USSR No.33 Spring 2007
J.H. Nicolas The making of a rosarian No.33 Spring 2007
Kathy Kalafat Lime Kiln: Restoring a Historic Rose Garden No.34 Autumn 2007
John West A Day in Cotswold Rose Gardens No.34 Autumn 2007
Brigid Quest-Ritson Heritage Rose Conference at Chaalis No.34 Autumn 2007
George M. Taylor Fragrant Roses No.34 Autumn 2007
Constance S. Armfield The Rivalry Among the Roses No.34 Autumn 2007
Peter Scott Selecting roses for climate change No.35 Spring 2008
  The Adaptable Rose – Rose Annual excerpts No.35 Spring 2008
Patricia Routley Old Roses in a Distant Garden No.35 Spring 2008
Alister Clark The Roses in My Garden No.35 Spring 2008
Edward A. Jefferies Some Australian-raised Roses in England No.35 Spring 2008
  Roses on the Internet No.35 Spring 2008
Patricia Laigneau Ramblers at Le Chateau du Rivau No.36 Autumn 2008
Philip Harwood A garden tour of Touraine No.36 Autumn 2008
  What Makes a Rose a Tea? No.36 Autumn 2008
Kathleen Earley Three Kent gardens – A visit by the HRG No.36 Autumn 2008
Helene Pizzi The Praenestina rose No.36 Autumn 2008
Michael Marriott The naming of the Rose (‘Graham Thomas’) No.37 Spring 2009
Bill Grant A conversation with Graham Stuart Thomas No.37 Spring 2009
Charles Quest-Ritson Graham Stuart Thomas — his early years with roses No.37 Spring 2009
Graham Stuart Thomas Rose nomenclature No.37 Spring 2009
Helga Brichet Three Italian points of view No.37 Spring 2009
Charles Darwin On the Rose — extracts from his writings No.37 Spring 2009
Robert Calkin Speculations on the origin of fragrance in roses No.37 Spring 2009
Charles Quest-Ritson The Mystery of ‘Fantin Latour’ No.38 Autumn 2009
Peter Harkness Three wives, one great love No.38 Autumn 2009
Robert Mattock Silk Road Hybrids No.38 Autumn 2009
Elizabeth Bellew Three Norfolk gardens No.38 Autumn 2009
Robert Burns Ye Flowery Banks No.38 Autumn 2009
  HRG plans for 2010 No.38 Autumn 2009
Daniel Lemonnier Normandy’s tribute to the kingdom of roses No.39 Spring 2010
Charles Quest-Ritson “Old Roses” Old or New? No.39 Spring 2010
  Notes on propagation No.39 Spring 2010
Murray Hornibrook Seven Years of Neglect No.39 Spring 2010
  HRG Normandy Tour Details No.39 Spring 2010
Gregg Lowery The Miriam Wilkins I knew No.39 Spring 2010
Wilhelm Kordes Kordes’ Masterpiece No.39 Spring 2010
Jennifer Potter Persia and the Rose No.40 Autumn 2010
Robert Calkin The Musk Fragrance in Roses No.40 Autumn 2010
  Obituary: Gianfranco Fineschi No.40 Autumn 2010
Philip Harwood Roses in Normandy No.40 Autumn 2010
  HRG East Scotland Tour Details No.40 Autumn 2010
Charles Quest-Ritson Scots abroad No.40 Autumn 2010
  2011 Heritage Rose Conference in Japan No.40 Autumn 2010
  Historic Rose Group AGM and Conference No.40 Autumn 2010
Bryony Kirby Royal Fortunes: Redouté and Les Roses No. 41 Spring 2011
Peter D. A. Boyd The Towton Rose: fact, fancy and fiction (Part I) No. 41 Spring 2011
John West Rose-growing in Scotland in the 1920s No. 41 Spring 2011
Alex Dickson New Roses (1902) (reprint) No. 41 Spring 2011
  Hazel Le Rougetel: An Appreciation No. 41 Spring 2011
Anne Belovich Full of Grace: Roses high in the trees No. 42 Autumn 2011
Andrew Hornung Roses on the Italian Riviera No. 42 Autumn 2011
  HRG Riviera Tour Details No. 42 Autumn 2011
Elizabeth Bellew Scottish Tour report No. 42 Autumn 2011
Peter D. A. Boyd The Towton Rose (Part II) No. 42 Autumn 2011
Kathleen Earley Roses in the city of Lyon No. 42 Autumn 2011
David Stone The Paradise that is Mottisfont No. 43 Spring 2012
Joanna Millar Roses at the Domaine du Prieuré No. 43 Spring 2012
Gregg Lowery Saving an American Collection No. 43 Spring 2012
Brigid Quest-Ritson Roses from softwood cuttings No. 43 Spring 2012
Peter Harkness My life in roses No. 44 Autumn 2012
Tom La Dell The HRG Riviera tour No. 44 Autumn 2012
Andrew Hornung Loved and Lost: the Tea rose ‘Strombio’ No. 44 Autumn 2012
Jill Adair Rosa ‘Homère’ at Staplefield No. 44 Autumn 2012
Brigid Quest-Ritson Roses from hardwood cuttings No. 44 Autumn 2012
  New research into Rose Replant Disease No. 44 Autumn 2012
Charles Quest-Ritson In search of Rosa x hardii No. 44 Autumn 2012
Peter Scott My Rose Cottage No. 45 Spring 2013
Brigid Quest-Ritson Peter Beales MBE VMH — An Obituary No. 45 Spring 2013
Ian Limmer The Peter I knew No. 45 Spring 2013
Harald Enders The conservation of Old German Roses No. 45 Spring 2013
  Guide to finding roses No. 45 Spring 2013
  Events planned for 2013 No. 45 Spring 2013
Charles Quest-Ritson Chairman’s Welcome No. 46 Autumn 2013
Robert Calkin Assessing and describing fragrance in roses No. 46 Autumn 2013
Harriet Gash Stately Sangerhausen and beautiful Bavaria No. 46 Autumn 2013
Peter D. A. Boyd The Prince and the Pimpinell Rose No. 46 Autumn 2013
Peter Scott HRG at Hampton Court Flower Show No. 46 Autumn 2013
Odile Masquelier Lady Waterlow, the Person No. 46 Autumn 2013
Charles Quest-Ritson ‘Lady Waterlow’, the Rose No. 46 Autumn 2013
Harriet Gash Carolside revisited No. 46 Autumn 2013
Charles Quest-Ritson Rosa x hardii — lost and found No. 46 Autumn 2013
  Next year’s HRG Tour: Paris and the Loire valley No. 46 Autumn 2013
Charles Quest-Ritson The Gardens at La Javelière, Loiret No. 47 Spring 2014
John West Rose growing in a wet climate No. 47 Spring 2014
David Wheeler Rosa species at Bryan’s Ground No. 47 Spring 2014
Charles Quest-Ritson Good News for Joseph Pemberton: Preservation at Havering No. 47 Spring 2014
Charles Quest-Ritson Discovering Noëlla No. 47 Spring 2014
Charles Quest-Ritson Rose conservation at La Mortola No. 47 Spring 2014
Charles Quest-Ritson The mystery of ‘Mrs Honey Dyson’ No. 47 Spring 2014
  Events in 2014 No. 47 Spring 2014
James Foggin French fields and roses new No. 48 Autumn 2014
Ann Bird Tribute to Rosemary Foster No. 48 Autumn 2014
John Wood Rosa sinowilsonii: A graceful giant No. 48 Autumn 2014
Charles Quest-Ritson Peter Beales Roses: The Drop List No. 48 Autumn 2014
Jane Harwood The rose gardens of Shropshire No. 48 Autumn 2014
Milton Nurse Roses on the Loire No. 48 Autumn 2014
  Events planned for 2015 No. 48 Autumn 2014

List of Book Reviews

Title Author Reviewer Date
Rose Gardens of Australia Susan Irvine Kevin Hughes Spring 1998
Roses in Bermuda (ed) Bermuda Rose Society Hazel Le Rougetel Spring 1998
La Rose de France François Joyaux Maurice Foster Autumn 1998
Role Call: The Old Rose Breeder Brent Dickerson William Grant Spring 2001
La Rose, une passion français François Joyaux Milton Nurse Spring 2002
Les Roses sauvages Christian Catoire/Eléonore Cruse Barbara Tchertoff Autumn 2002
La Bonne Maison: Jardin des Roses Anciennes Odile Masquelier Bill Grant Autumn 2002
How to Pronounce French Rose Names Dianna Bellucci Bill Grant Spring 2003
Climbing Roses of the World Charles Quest-Ritson Maurice Foster Autumn 2003
The Rose — A Colourful Inheritance Peter Harkness Milton Nurse Autumn 2003
De l’Églantine à la Rose Dr Adelaïde L Stork Patricia Taylor Autumn 2003
A Garden for Roses Vicky Ducrot Milton Nurse Spring 2004
The RHS Encyclopedia of Roses C & B Quest-Ritson Sarah Coles Spring 2004
The Encyclopaedia of Antique Roses (ed) R E Edberg III Milton Nurse Autumn 2004
Les Roses de l’Impératrice François Joyaux Patricia Taylor Autumn 2005
Roses — A Brief History Peter Harkness Milton Nurse Autumn 2007
Tea Roses — Old Roses for Warm Gardens An Australian consortium Charles Quest-Ritson Autumn 2008
Hex — a princely estate revealed Chris De Maegd Kathleen Earley Autumn 2008
The Romance of the Rose Victor F Lewis Kathleen Earley Spring 2010
The Rose: A True History Jennifer Potter Milton Nurse Spring 2011
Flowers of the Renaissance Celia Fisher Kathleen Earley Spring 2011
Old Roses David Austin Milton Nurse Autumn 2013

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