Goubault: Tea Rose

related pages: fabulous teas from the 1850s

class: Tea Rose
breeding: Hardy, 1835
Illustration from Beauties of the Rose by Henry Curtis

"Rivers - Bright rose-cupped-very fragrant-superb."
"Paul - Bright rose-centre buff-very large and double."
"Wood - Bright rose-shaded-very fine."
"Lane - Shaded delicate salmon-large and beautiful."
"Curtis - Bright rose color-large with petals of great substance-one of the most powerful and deliciously scented roses we possess."