28 relations: Albert Hoffmann (horticulturist), Anna de Diesbach, Anne Marie Trechslin, Captain Hayward, Dan Poncet, Emily, Lady Peel, Eugenio Fojo, Hermann Kiese, Hirohide Ishida, Jean Pernet, Jean-Marie Gonod, Jean-Pierre Vibert, Joseph Pemberton, Joseph Pernet-Ducher, Jules Gravereaux, Lady Mary FitzWilliam, List of Award of Garden Merit roses, Marie Henrieta Chotek, Paul, Peter Lambert (rosarian), Pierre Notting, Rosa 'Schoener's Nutkana', Rosarium Uetersen, Rudolf Geschwind, Simon Tereshchenko, The Fens (Boston, Massachusetts), Verein Deutscher Rosenfreunde, Winchester Cathedral.
Albert Hoffmann (1846–1924) was a German rosarian.
Anne Marie Lucie Hedwige de Diesbach-Belleroche (born 15 September 1844 in Fribourg Switzerland - d. 10 November 1929 in Beaufort-en-Santerre, France) was a French rosarian.
Anne Marie Trechslin (born 17 July 1927 in Milan, Italy; d. 28 June 2007 in Bern, Switzerland) was a Swiss painter, wood engraver, draftsperson and illustrator.
Captain Hayward was an English sailor.
Dan Poncet is a contemporary French painter.
Emily, Lady Peel (1836-4 April 1924) was the daughter of George Hay, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale and of Lady Susan Montagu.
Eugenio Fojo y Márquez (born 1899; date of death unknown) was a Spanish rose breeder who founded "La Florida" in northern Spain and the Basque Country.
Hermann Kiese (1865–1923) was a German rosarian known for his breeding of rose cultivars.
was a Japanese politician.
Jean Claude Pernet, père (15 October 1832, Villeurbanne - 31 March 1896) was a French rosarian known for his cultivation of rose cultivars.
Jean-Marie Gonod (1827–1888) was a French rosarian.
Jean Pierre Vibert (Paris January 31, 1777 – January 18, 1866 Paris) was a French rosarian.
Joseph Pemberton (1852–1926) was a British rosarian, remembered for creating the hybrid musk class of cultivated roses.
Joseph Pernet-Ducher (1859–1928) was a French rosarian and hybridizer.
Jules Léopold Gravereaux (1 May 1844 in Vitry-sur-Seine – 23 March 1916 in Paris) was a French rosarian.
Lady Mary Wentworth-Fitzwilliam (1851–1921) was the daughter of William Wentworth-FitzWilliam, 6th Earl FitzWilliam and of Lady Frances Harriet Douglas.
The following is a selected list of rose varieties and cultivars which currently (2017) hold the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
Countess Henrieta Hermína Rudolfína Ferdinanda Marie Antonie Anna Chotková of Chotkov and Vojnín – (known as Marie Henrieta Chotek - Mária Henrieta Choteková) - (1863–1946), also known as the countess of roses was a grower of roses, who established the rosarium of Dolná Krupá (Slovakia),.
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Peter Lambert (1 June 1859 – 28 February 1939) was a German rose breeder from Trier.
Pierre Notting (1825–1895) was a Luxembourgian rosarian known for his breeding of rose cultivars.
'Schoener's Nutkana' is a deep pink rose variety named after Father Georg Schöner (1864-1941), a priest who became a notable rose breeder, who developed this rose in 1930 as a cross between Rosa nutkana and the hybrid perpetual 'Paul Neyron' (Levet, 1869).
The Rosarium Uetersen is a rose garden located in the Rosenstadt Uetersen, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, and is the oldest and largest rose garden in Northern Germany.
Rudolf Geschwind (b 29 August 1829 in Hředle, Bohemia, Austro-Hungary - today Czech Republic - d. 30 August 1910 in Karpfen, Austro-Hungary, today Krupina, Slovakia) was a German Austrian rosarian known for his breeding of rose cultivars.
Simon Artemievich Tereshchenko (25 May 1839 in Hlukhiv – 1893) was a millionaire, Hlukhiv city bank director, Glushkovsky cloth factory owner, and Kherson Oblast salt mine director.
The Back Bay Fens, often called The Fens, is a parkland and urban wild in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States.
Verein Deutscher Rosenfreunde - VDR (in English German Rose Society) is an association of rosarians.
Winchester Cathedral is a Church of England cathedral in Winchester, Hampshire, England.