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Old 18-09-2004, 11:11 PM
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Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
Sah
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Old 19-09-2004, 01:05 AM
Gail Futoran
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"Sah" wrote in message
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Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name

Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
Sah


Go to
www.helpmefind.com
Search roses by name Thomas. A number will
show up. Listings will describe the shrub
including bloom color; some listings have a
photo. If available in commerce, listing should
show where.

HTH - Gail


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Old 19-09-2004, 01:05 AM
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Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name

Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
Sah


Go to
www.helpmefind.com
Search roses by name Thomas. A number will
show up. Listings will describe the shrub
including bloom color; some listings have a
photo. If available in commerce, listing should
show where.

HTH - Gail


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Old 19-09-2004, 01:05 AM
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"Sah" wrote in message
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Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name

Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
Sah


Go to
www.helpmefind.com
Search roses by name Thomas. A number will
show up. Listings will describe the shrub
including bloom color; some listings have a
photo. If available in commerce, listing should
show where.

HTH - Gail


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Old 19-09-2004, 02:06 AM
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I think the most famous rose to meet your criterion would be Graham Thomas.
Here's a link to the "search by name" section at Helpmefindroses:

http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/roses.php

Anne Lurie
Raleigh, NC



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Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
Sah



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Old 19-09-2004, 02:06 AM
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I think the most famous rose to meet your criterion would be Graham Thomas.
Here's a link to the "search by name" section at Helpmefindroses:

http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/roses.php

Anne Lurie
Raleigh, NC



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Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
Sah



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Old 25-09-2004, 05:06 AM
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Anne Lurie wrote:

"Sah" wrote

Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
I think the most famous rose to meet your criterion would be Graham

Thomas.
Here's a link to the "search by name" section at Helpmefindroses:


And after Graham Thomas, I'd say the next more famous would be Sir
Thomas Lipton, a nice, white rugosa hybrid from 1900 (Dr. van Fleet).

--
Henry

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Old 25-09-2004, 05:06 AM
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Anne Lurie wrote:

"Sah" wrote

Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
I think the most famous rose to meet your criterion would be Graham

Thomas.
Here's a link to the "search by name" section at Helpmefindroses:


And after Graham Thomas, I'd say the next more famous would be Sir
Thomas Lipton, a nice, white rugosa hybrid from 1900 (Dr. van Fleet).

--
Henry

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Old 13-10-2004, 06:20 PM
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"Anne Lurie" wrote in message
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I think the most famous rose to meet your criterion would be Graham

Thomas.
Here's a link to the "search by name" section at Helpmefindroses:

http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/roses.php

Anne Lurie
Raleigh, NC



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Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name Thomas? If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
Sah




Thanks for the great link. Interestingly, the zone data for Warsaw Nike in
the Clematis section says Zone 5. Here in Zone 3A my specimen is doing fine
with no protection! Cheers!


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Old 15-10-2004, 11:30 PM
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Captain Thomas HT 1935
Debbie Thomas HT 1996
Graham Thomas SH 1983
Graham Thomas Musk OGR
Lowell Thomas HT 1943
Rosomane Narcisse Thomas HT 1908
Sir Thomas Lipton Rugosa 1900
Thomas A. Edison HT 1931
w White & White blend, Noisette (OGR)

Try heirloomroses.com for many of these
Also Vintage Gardens.com also

Both have out of commerce roses that may fill your needs.

John Grunden
Seattle
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Old 15-10-2004, 11:30 PM
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Captain Thomas HT 1935
Debbie Thomas HT 1996
Graham Thomas SH 1983
Graham Thomas Musk OGR
Lowell Thomas HT 1943
Rosomane Narcisse Thomas HT 1908
Sir Thomas Lipton Rugosa 1900
Thomas A. Edison HT 1931
w White & White blend, Noisette (OGR)

Try heirloomroses.com for many of these
Also Vintage Gardens.com also

Both have out of commerce roses that may fill your needs.

John Grunden
Seattle
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Is there a rose named Thomas or containing the name Thomas?

If so,
what colour is it and where may it be purchased?
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