Top Exhibition Roses of 2014

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Top Exhibition Roses of 2014
Vol. 30, No. 1
Robert B. Martin Jr., Editor
Spring 2015
‘Affirm’, ‘Desperado’, ‘Gemini’, ‘Hot Princess’, ‘Randy Scott’,
‘Dublin’, Crescendo’, Signature’, ‘Cajun Moon’
Nicholson Perpetual Challenge Bowl – 2014 San Diego Spring National
Shown by Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, South Carolina
Photo by Dona Martin
Top Exhibition Roses of 2014
By Robert B. Martin, Jr.
Escondido, CA
[email protected]
In the 2014 season, Rose Exhibitors’ Forum recorded the results of 142 U.S. rose
shows, representing an estimated 96 percent of the known shows held. In this article
I summarize the top roses represented in our U.S. rose shows.
The Scoring System
Results are tabulated for all hybrid teas and grandifloras that have received
royalty awards or have appeared as individual specimens in the district and national
challenge classes. For tabulation purposes, a Queen is awarded six points, with five
points for King, four for Princess, and three each for roses appearing in the Court of
Honor and the principal District and National challenge classes.
The same point system is used in the tabulation of miniature and miniflora
royalty and their results are segregated and presented separately. In a reversal of
prior trends, the percentage of shows that combine miniature and miniflora royalty
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actually increased in 2014 to about 17% from 14% the year before. This may be a
statistical quirk, or more likely a result of the continued downsizing of rose shows by
smaller societies who appear to believe they cannot afford to offer separate royalty
awards or who believe they have an insufficient number of exhibitors growing the
newer minifloras to support a separate royalty. Whatever the reason, the percentage
of shows that separate the miniature and miniflora royalty now appears to have
stalled at about 83% and a combined royalty may continue to exist in shows
unwilling to accept the change.
The same point system is also used in the tabulation of floribunda spray royalty,
which had been introduced in 2007. Here, the percentage of shows offering a
floribunda spray Queen and court also declined in 2014 to 32% from the 36%
recorded in 2013. For tabulation purposes, the winning floribunda spray in shows
not offering royalty is awarded six points, as if it were the Queen. A few shows offer
a runner-up award for the floribunda spray, and this is treated as if it were the
King.
In all other classes the results report the total number of trophy-winning entries
over the last three years.
Hybrid Teas/Grandifloras
The race for the top exhibition hybrid tea of the year produced a tie between
‘Veterans’ Honor’ – last year’s number one rose – and its challenger, ‘Gemini’. Both
roses were introduced in the same year and have been consistently very close in the
rankings. ‘Gemini’ was the top exhibition rose in 2007-09, 2005 and 2003. ‘Veterans’
Honor’ came to the fore last year in an unprecedented finish, recording a remarkable
eight Queens in the closing month to nip them all at the wire and finish first by five
points over ‘Gemini’. They are followed by only two points by ‘Moonstone’, a seventime previous winner. In fact, these three roses have traded off as the #1 exhibition
rose for the last 15 years.
‘Gemini’
Photo by Dona Martin
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‘Veterans’ Honor’
Photo by Dona Martin
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182- (+1)!
Veterans’!Honor!
182- (33)!
Moonstone!
180- (+1)!
Hot!Princess!
142- (+1)!
Randy!Scott!
137- (32)!
Marilyn!Monroe!
117- (+2)!
Louise!Estes!
105- (+6)!
Marlon’s!Day!
104- (+1)!
Let!Freedom!Ring!
100- (32)!
Black!Magic!
89- (34)!
Dublin!
89- (+1)!
St!Patrick!
84- (32)!
Marilyn!Wellan!
54- (+11)!
Mavrik!
52- (+2)!
Pop!Warner!
50- (+6)!
Affirm!
44- new!
Cajun!Sunrise!
44- (32)!
Desperado!
43- new!
Uncle!Joe!
43- new!
Signature!
42- (38)!
Crescendo!
41- new!
Gold!Medal!
39- new!
Top!Gun!
38- new!
Snuffy!
37- (31)!
Dick!Clark!
34- new!
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Following the leaders, ‘Hot Princess’ – a notably strong performer in the spring,
rose one spot to take the #4 position. It was followed by ‘Randy Scott’, which slipped
two positions to #5. Another spring performer, ‘Marilyn Monroe’ finished up two as
#6, followed by a resurgent ‘Louise Estes’, back in the top ten at #7. Rounding out
the top ten were ‘Marlon’s Day’, a sport of ‘Moonstone’, at #8, ‘Let Freedom Ring’ as
#9 and a tie for #10 between ‘Black Magic’ and ‘Dublin’.
The largest gain was recorded by the yo-yo performer, ‘Marilyn Wellan’, which
had recorded the largest loss in 2013. It was up 11 positions into #13, recovering all
of the 11 positions it had lost in 2013. Curiously, it had also recorded the largest
gain in 2012, when it was up ten positions after falling seven in 2011.
‘Louise Estes’, a previous strong performer for many years, and typically
strongest in the fall, was as noted up six positions having previously recorded a
large drop in 2013, falling eight spots to #13. Also up six for the year 2014 was ‘Pop
Warner’. The largest drop for the year was recorded by ‘Signature’, down eight to
#20.
‘Dick Clark’
Photo by Rich Baer
There were seven newcomers to the list, three of which were actually new. The
truly new include ‘Crescendo’, the offspring of ‘Gemini’, which debuted at #21, the
Fred Wright rose, ‘Top Gun’ and the 2011 AARS winning grandiflora, ‘Dick Clark’,
which debuted as #25 despite its typically small-sized blooms. Reappearing on the
list were ‘Affirm’, ‘Desperado’, the venerable ‘Uncle Joe’ and the grandiflora, ‘Gold
Medal’. The seven “newcomers” replaced ‘Cajun Moon’, ‘Touch of Class’, ‘Kardinal’,
‘Lynn Anderson’, ‘Pink Promise’, ‘Crystalline’ and ‘Sunstruck’.
Peeking off the chart, the most likely newcomer for 2015 is ‘My Lady Barbara’,
now just off the list at #26. ‘Mr. Caleb’ is at #31, while ‘Dona Martin’, my light
pink/mauve sport of ‘Randy Scott’ has entered the list at #37.
There were 63 different roses crowned Queen for the year 2014, compared with
66 the previous year.
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Top Miniature Roses
The extraordinary miniature ‘Joy’ solidified its grasp on the top spot, scoring 72
more points than last year and increasing its lead over runner-up ‘Bee’s Knees’ from
40 points to 55. The latter did very well, scoring 57 more points than last year and
opening up a huge 82 point lead over the third place rose, ‘Nancy Jean’. But ‘Bee’s
Knees’ could not stand up to the success of ‘Joy’, which appears destined to occupy
the top spot for many years to come.
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Joy!
Bees!Knees!
Nancy!Jean!
Soroptimist!Int’l!
Magic!Show!
Irresistible!
Fairhope!
Daddy!Frank!
Memphis!King!
Renegade!
Miss!Flippins!
Ty!
Best!of!‘04!
Glowing!Amber!
Jean!Kenneally!
Arcanum!
Dancing!Flame!
Edisto!
The!Lighthouse!
Alysheba!
Luis!Desamero!
Breath!of!Spring!
Doris!Morgan!
Incognito!
Heather!Sproul!
X3Rated!
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‘Nancy Jean’ itself was up two spots in the charts, followed by ‘Soroptimist
International’, which was unchanged. ‘Magic Show’ continued to rise, settling into
the #5 position, up one from last year. ‘Irresistible’, which had dropped from #3 to #9
in 2013, made a comeback, moving into 6th place. It was followed by ‘Fairhope’, the
great miniature rose that was #1 for so many years, which drifted down to #7.
‘Daddy Frank’ checked in at #8, while the reclassified ‘Memphis King’ moved into
the top ten at #9. Rounding at the top ten was ‘Renegade’, down two positions from
last year.
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‘Joy’
Photo by Dona Martin
The biggest gain for the year was recorded by ‘Best of ‘04’, up eight slots this year
to #13. Curiously, ‘Best of ‘04 was the biggest loser the year prior, down nine from
the year before. The reason for its decline in 2013 is uncertain. Both “Memphis King’
and ‘Luis Desamero’ were up four slots for the year, the latter showing a remarkable
resiliency in its 25th year in commerce.
The biggest loss was recorded by ‘Dancing Flame’, down five to #17. That is
explainable by its loss in favor in the Pacific Southwest where it has in the past
scored most of its points. Other losing ground included the aforementioned
‘Fairhope’, down four.
There are six roses marked as “new” to the list, only two of which appear on the
list for the first time. These included Jim Sproul’s yellow miniature ‘The
Lighthouse’, which debuted in a tie for 18th, and David Clemons’ mauve ‘Alysheba’,
which debuted at #20. Of note, the old warhorse ‘Jean Kenneally’, which had in the
past been #1 for many years, reappeared on the list at #15.
‘The Lighthouse’
Photo by Baldo Villegas
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The newcomers replaced ‘Erin Alonso’ (previously #14), ‘Pierrine’ (previously
#15t), ‘Sam Trivitt’, ‘Kristin’, ‘Sweet Revenge’, and ‘Marie Jeanette’. Potential
newcomers for next year include ‘Dr. Tommy Cairns’, just off the chart at #29 and
‘You’re the One’, now at #33.
Top Miniflora Roses
The miniflora race for the top exhibition rose was won handily by ‘Whirlaway’,
which recorded 49 more points than last year and opened up a 48 point lead over
‘Foolish Pleasure’. My own introduction, ‘Butter Cream’, which had been the # 1
miniflora in the past, continued its recent rebound up one to finish third. Also up
one was ‘Abby’s Angel’, into fourth place, followed by ‘Shameless’, which made a
huge move, up 10 slots into the #5 slot. The old standard ‘Tiffany Lynn’ also made a
resurgence, moving up nine positions into #6. It was followed by ‘Dr. John Dickman’.
‘Conundrum’, which had finished in an unusual dead-heat for the top spot last fell
apart, down #7 spots. The top ten was rounded out by ‘First Choice’ as #9 and ‘Baldo
Villegas’, which was unchanged at #10.
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Whirlaway!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Butter!Cream!
Abby’s!Angel!
Shameless!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Dr!John!Dickman!
Conundrum!
First!Choice!
Baldo!Villegas!
Louisville!Lady!
Dr.!Troy!Garrett!
Tammy!Clemons!
Shawn!Sease!
Show!Stopper!
Solar!Flair!
Unbridled!
Power!Point!
Powerhouse!
Robin!Alonso!
Double!Take!
First!and!Foremost!
Lady!E’owyn!
Charismatic!
Leading!Lady!
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‘Whirlaway’
Photo by Dona Martin
The biggest gain of the year was recorded by the aforementioned ‘Shameless’,
which was up ten. Curiously, the biggest loss last year had been recorded by
‘Shameless’, which was then down seven. The biggest loss this year was recorded by
‘Power Point’, which was down nine, while both ‘Conundrum’ and ‘Leading Lady’
were down seven.
There were four newcomers to the list, two of which was actually new to the
chart. They include the remarkable red miniflora ‘Tammy Clemons’, which debuted
on the list in a tie for #12. That is a very high spot at which to make a debut and it is
likely that ‘Tammy Clemons’ will enter the top ten next year. Also new to the list
was ‘First and Foremost’, entering the charts at #22. Reappearing on the list were
‘Robin Alonso’ and ‘Charismatic’.
‘Tammy Clemons’
Photo by Andrew Hearne
The four newcomers replaced ‘Cooper’, ‘Memphis Music’, ‘Lo and Behold’, and
‘Autumn Splendor’, all of which dropped off the list.
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Looking off the chart, ‘Crystal Palace’ is at #32, while ‘Fred’s Showtime’ is at #37.
Both appear to have a shot at making the top 25.
Miniature & Miniflora Sprays
In the miniature and miniflora sprays, ‘Joy’ continues to enjoy a huge lead over
the competition with 50 winning entries over the past three years. This is slightly
less than the next three added together. ‘Irresistible’ continues in second place with
19 trophies, followed again by ‘Gourmet Popcorn’ with 17. ‘Marriotta’ was up a five
into a tie for #4 with ‘Soroptimist International’.
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Min/MinFl-Spray-Trophies2012G2014!
WinsJoy!
50Irresistible!
19Gourmet!Popcorn!
17Marriotta!
16Soroptimist!Int’l!
16Green!Ice!
13Elfinglo!
12Ty!
11Cooper!
10Foolish!Pleasure!
8Sunglow!
8Whirlaway!
8-
Chg(33)!
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(+2)!
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(34)!
The leading miniflora spray rose was ‘Cooper’ in the #9 spot overall with ten
trophies. It was followed by ‘Foolish Pleasure’, the golden yellow single ‘Sunglow’
and the previous leading miniflora spray contender ‘Whirlaway’, all tied for the #10
spot overall with eight trophies.
‘Cooper’
Photo by Dona Martin
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There were no newcomers to the list, which itself is unusual considering the
competitive nature of this class. Here it may be noted that in the past, the
miniature/miniflora spray category had been the most competitive category on the
show table, however this appears to have changed with the recent dominance of
‘Joy’. In 2014, 94 roses recorded at least one spray trophy compared to 117 in 2010.
By comparison the number of roses that have won miniature/miniflora Queen has
held fairly constant with 93 different roses winning Queen in 2014.
Floribundas and Polyanthas
Among the floribunda sprays, ‘Lavaglut’ continued as the No. 1 exhibition
floribunda spray but it is under pressure from ‘Hannah Gordon’, which has cut the
margin from 70 to 26 points.
‘Lavaglut’
Photo by Dona Martin
‘Sexy Rexy’ traded places with ‘Playgirl’ as #s 3 and 4. ‘Lady of the Dawn’,
‘Playboy’, and ‘Julia Child’ held steady. They were followed by ‘Hot Cocoa’,
‘Moondance’ and ‘Cinco de Mayo’ to round out the top ten.
‘Playgirl’ (Best in Show 2015 Penn-Jersey Photography Show)
Photo by Tom Mayhew
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Floribunda-Spray-Royalty2012G2014!
PtsLavaglut!
281Hannah!Gordon!
245Sexy!Rexy!
174Playgirl!
170Lady!of!the!Dawn!
142Playboy!
136Julia!Child!
130Hot!Cocoa!
113Moondance!
88Cinco!de!Mayo!
85Johnny!Becnel!
80Europeana!
77Fabulous!!
66Betty!Boop!
65Escapade!
63Nicole!
62Iceberg!
60Marmalade!Skies!
58Chihuly!
56Honey!Perfume!
55-
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‘Moondance’ had the biggest upward move, gaining six positions. The biggest
downward moved was recorded by ‘Europeana’, which was down four.
There were two newcomers to the chart, neither of which was actually new. They
were ‘Escapade’ and ‘Chihuly’, which replaced ‘Showbiz’ and ‘Ebb Tide’.
‘Day Breaker’
Photo by Suni Bolar
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In the floribunda blooms, ‘Day Breaker’ continued as #1, by a wide margin over
‘Hannah Gordon’, which replaced ‘Kanegem’ as #2. They were followed by a tie
between ‘Playboy’ and ‘Betty Boop’. There were no newcomers to the chart.
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Floribunda-Bloom-Trophies2012G2014!
WinsDay!Breaker!
27Hannah!Gordon!
17Kanegem!
16Playboy!
14Betty!Boop!
14Chihuly!
13Scentimental!
11Pasadena!Star!
11Johnny!Becnel!
10Sexy!Rexy!
8Pinnacle!
7Pete!Musser!!
7-
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(+1)!
The chart might suggest that the judges show a preference for floribunda blooms
that display classic hybrid tea form, given that the top winner and four of the
remaining ten of the top one-bloom floribunda class display hybrid tea form. At the
same time, floribundas with decorative form are well represented on the chart.
Further, a broader survey of 2014 winners shows that 65 different floribundas were
awarded trophies for the best bloom in 2014, of which only 20 normally display
classic hybrid tea exhibition form. At the same time, the lesser percentage that does
have classic hybrid tea form tends to cluster at the top of the list.
‘Wing-Ding’
Photo by Dona Martin
In the polyanthas, the long-time number one, ‘The Fairy’, which had regained its
position in 2012, continued as the number one exhibition polyantha. It is followed by
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the much newer ‘Wing-Ding’, which had enjoyed the position as the top polyantha
for the three years prior to 2012. ‘Verdun’ held firmly at #3, followed by ‘China Doll’
and ‘Margo Koster’. There was one newcomers to the list, ‘Perle d’Or’ tied #7.
‘Sneprinsesse’ and ‘Zenaitta’ dropped off the chart.
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Polyantha-Trophies2012G2014!
WinsThe!Fairy!
41Wing3Ding!
34Verdun!
22China!Doll!
17Margo!Koster!
16Excellenz!von!Schubert!
14Lullaby!
10Mothersday!
10Perle!d’Or!
10White!Pet!
10-
Chg(33)!
(33)!
(33)!
(33)!
(33)!
(33)!
(+1)!
(+1)!
new!
(33)!
During the 2014 year, only 31 different polyanthas recorded trophies, which was
down from the 43 the prior year.
Climbers
In the climbers, ‘Fourth of July’ finished as #1 for the 13th time in the last 14
years, maintaining a strong lead over the #2 climber, ‘Altissimo’. The latter
continued to enjoy a huge margin over the #3 climber, ‘Night Owl’.
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Climber-Trophies2012G2014!
WinsFourth!of!July!
74Altissimo!
55Night!Owl!
24Clair!Matin!
15The!Impressionist!
15Don!Juan!
14America!
13Soaring!Spirits!
12Candy!Land!
10Dublin!Bay!
8Purple!Splash!
8Rosarium!Uetersen!
8-
Chg(33)!
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(33)!
Dublin Bay’, which had dropped off the chart last year returned in a tie for #10.
The erstwhile OGR, ‘Sombreuil’ dropped off the list. During the 2014 year, 40
different climbers recorded a trophy, which was down from the 43 the prior year.
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Shrubs
The modern shrubs continued to show a change from the pattern seen in recent
years. For many years, ‘Graham Thomas’ and ‘Sally Holmes’ had been one-two at the
top often trading places. In 2014, the beautiful single, ‘Lyda Rose’ emerged from the
pack, rising four positions to finish as #1. ‘Graham Thomas’ finished second, followed
by a fellow Austin rose, ‘Leonard Dudley Braithwaite’ as #3. ‘Flower Girl’ and ‘Sally
Holmes’ finished in a tie for #4, while ‘Gartendirektor Otto Linne’ and ‘Prospero’ tied
for #6 but one trophy back.
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Lyda!Rose!
Graham!Thomas!
Leonard!Dudley!Braithwaite!
Flower!Girl!
Sally!Holmes!
Gartendirektor!Otto!Linne!
Prospero!
Golden!Wings!
The!Squire!
Belle!Story!
Outta!the!Blue!
!
Wins24-22-22-17-17-16-16-14-12-10-9--
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‘Lyda Rose’
Photo by Dona Martin
New to the chart was ‘ Outta the Blue’, while the Austin shrubs, ‘Molineux’ and
‘Belle Story’ dropped off.
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Roses hybridized by David Austin continue to be well-represented on the chart,
with five of the 11 roses. Of note, four roses on the chart are single or lightly-petaled
roses, including Lyda Rose’, ‘Flower Girl’, ‘Sally Holmes’, and ‘Golden Wings’. In all,
93 different modern shrubs were awarded trophies for the year, down from 96 the
previous year.
‘Prosperity’
Photo by Unknown
Among the classic shrubs, the hybrid musk ‘Prosperity’ vaulted into the #1
position, followed by with ‘F. J. Grootendorst’ as #2. The former #1, ‘Linda Campbell’
dropped to #3. There were three newcomers to the list, including the hybrid musks
‘Bouquet Parfait’ and ‘Darlow’s Enigma’, in a tie for #6, and ‘John Cabot’ at #9. They
replaced ‘Dortmund’, ‘Pink Grootendorst’ and ‘Walferdange’.
1-2-3-4-5-6t6t6t9--
Classic-Shrub-Trophies2012G2014Prosperity!
F.!J.!Grootendorst!
Linda!Campbell!
Ballerina!
Robin!Hood!
Bouquet!Parfait!
Darlow’s!Enigma!
Penelope!
John!Cabot!
24-- (+1)!
18-- (+2)!
17-- (32)!
14-- (33)!
11-- (31)!
9-- new!
9-- new!
9-- (+2)!
6-- new!
The classic shrubs continue to be dominated by the hybrid musks, with six of the
nine on the chart. During 2014, there were 39 different classic shrubs that were
awarded trophies.
Old Garden Roses
In the Dowager/Genesis classification, ‘Green Rose’ moved back into the #1
position, which it had held in 2012. The 2013 top winner, ‘Baronne Prévost’ finished
second. Followed by ‘Marchesa Boccella’, the species rose, ‘Rosa rugosa alba’ and
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‘Souv de la Malmaison. There are four species roses on the list, led by ‘Rosa rugosa
alba’. Species roses are helped in the ratings by the existence of the separate Genesis
class.
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WinsGreen!Rose!
37-Baronne!Prévost!
33-Marchesa!Boccella!
30-Rosa!rugosa!alba!
29-Souv!de!la!Malmaison!
27-Rosa!rugosa!
26-Rosa!gallica!versicolor!
15-Champneys’!Pink!Cluster!
13-Rosa!gallica!officinalis!
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In the Victorian Award, ‘Rose de Rescht’ again finished first by a huge margin,
as it has for each year in which I have been tabulating these results. It will be noted
that it has recorded more trophies than the next four contenders combined. ‘Paul
Neyron’ was second as usual, and the rest of the list showed little change as well.
‘Fantin-Latour’ was new to the list, replacing ‘Mme Alfred Carrièrre’.
Victorian-Award2012G2014Rk1-2-3t3t5-6-7-8-9t9t-
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Rose!de!Rescht!
Paul!Neyron!
Francis!Dubreuil!
Pink!Pet!
Zéphirine!Drouhin!
Baron!Girod!de!l’Ain!
Nastarana!
Chevy!Chase!
Fantin3Latour!
Frau!Karl!Druschki!
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During 2013, there were 66 different roses that won trophies in the Dowager or
Genesis class, while 37 won in the Victorian class. These figures showed little
change from preceding years.
Show Results Encouraged
As always, I extend my sincere appreciation to all of those who sent in reports of
rose show results and encourage those knowing of unreported shows to make efforts
to see that the show results are promptly forwarded to me. In particular, I wish to
acknowledge the gracious cooperation of Executive Director Jeff Ware and Carol
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Spier of the American Rose Society, who undertake the re-delivery of local show
results received at ARS headquarters to www.roseshow.com and me for publication
and posting.
The American Rose Society (ARS) provides a Rose Show Winners report form on
its website, which is also available at www.roseshow.com. Please keep in mind that
this form is provided simply for your convenience and, if you would prefer, you could
just send me the complete results of your show by e-mail to my address above and I
will extract what I need. Also please note that local society results sent to ARS
headquarters are re-directed to me and those wishing to assure prompt posting of
their results are encouraged to send them directly to me.
The 2014 and 2015 Show Seasons
The 142 U.S. rose shows recorded for the 2014 season represents a small decline
from the 145 reported in 2013, and the 149 reported in 2012. This continues a trend
in recent years in the number of annual U. S. rose shows, reflecting the ongoing
decline in local rose society membership, the continuing effects, especially on home
ownership of the Great Recession, and no doubt the continuing trend in America
away from joining social organizations that actually interact in person, as opposed to
social interaction on the Internet.
Looked at more closely, however, the 2014 year actually presents a more
encouraging picture of U. S. rose shows. The decline in the number of shows appears
to have bottomed out, especially considering that at least six shows were cancelled in
the year due to the adverse winter weather.
It continues to be too early to tell whether this is the beginning of an
encouraging trend. Or, it may be that the number of rose shows has settled to a new
level – a new normal as it were. In any event, it may be said that showing roses on
an organized basis continues to be a major activity of local rose societies and I for
one continue to believe that the planning and conduct of an annual rose show
contributes to the health and membership of the strongest local societies dedicated
to the culture of roses.
With spring at hand, the names of the roses on these lists should bring to our
minds the beauty of our rose shows and the promise of spring. For this year – 2015 I again encourage every reader to take positive action to promote a rose show in your
local society and to mentor interested rosarians who express interest in rose
exhibiting. Resolve now to enter as many shows as possible this year in order to
share your beautiful roses with other members of your local society and the public.
And, let us highly resolve in 2015 to spread the word to our friends and neighbors
that they too can have the full range of the beauty of roses in their own home
gardens. The roses always bloom in the spring and I wish all of you a happy new
show year in 2015.
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Queens of Show (2010-2014)
By Robert B. Martin, Jr.
Escondido, California
[email protected]
My annual running five-year compilation of the national winners of Queen of
Show is set forth in the charts accompanying this article. The report is now
separated into four groups having been expanded in 2012 to include floribunda
spray queens.
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In the hybrid teas, ‘Moonstone’ regained the top positions, passing ‘Gemini’
which had held as #1 position for the previous five years. ‘Hot Princess’ and
‘Veterans’ Honor’ were unchanged as #3 and #4. ‘Randy Scott’, continuing its rise,
moved up one notch into the #5 position, followed by ‘Black Magic’, which was also
up one into #6. ‘Marilyn Monroe’ slipped to #7. Rounding out the top ten were
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‘Louise Estes’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’, and ‘Marlon’s Day’, the latter a newcomer to the
top ten.
‘Moonstone’
2014 San Diego Spring National Queen of Show
Shown by Gary Bulman, Photo by Dona Martin
Amongst the rest of the roses, ‘Marilyn Wellan’ moved up seven positions to #14
on the strength of three queens for the year. This reversed the largest decline of
eight positions recorded last year, when it had no Queens for the year. ‘Cajun Moon’
was down four, having recorded no Queens for the year. Also recording no Queens
were ‘Touch of Class’, ‘Lynn Anderson’ and ‘Sunstruck’.
There was only one newcomer to the list, ‘Crescendo’, which debuted at #23. It
replaced ‘Elina’, previously at #25. ‘Moonstone’ and ‘Randy Scott’ scored the most
Queens for the year at 10, followed by ‘Gemini; with eight and ‘Veterans’ Honor’,
with seven.
A total of 134 hybrid tea Queens were recorded in 2014, of which the top 25 roses
accounted for 63%. In all, 63 different roses recorded at least one Queen for the year,
about the same as the 66 last year.
Among the miniatures, ‘Joy’ retained the #1 position, now by a large margin over
‘Bee’s Knees’, which was up one into the #2 position. ‘Fairhope’, whose 18 year reign
as the top miniature Queen machine ended last year, recorded only three Queens for
the year, and slipping to third. The next two positions were unchanged, with
‘Soroptimist International’ as #4 and ‘Nancy Jean’ as #5. Daddy Frank’ continued its
rapid ascent moved into the #6, followed by ‘Magic Show’, which moved into the top
ten as #7. ‘Irresistible’ was down two at #8. Rounding out the top ten was ‘Arcanum’
was up and ‘Renegade’.
For the second year, the biggest upward move was recorded by ‘Magic Show’, up
five. The biggest drop on the list was recorded by ‘Breath of Spring’ down six to #20.
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Once again there was a lot of reshuffling at the bottom of the list, with four
“newcomers”, none of which were really new. They are ‘The Lighthouse’, ‘Jean
Kenneally’, ‘Josh Alonso’ and ‘X-Rated’. These four replaced ‘Kristin’, ‘Erin Alonso’,
‘Pierrine’ and ‘Giggles’.
‘Joy’ and ‘Bee’s Knees’ tied with the most Queens for the year at 13, followed by
‘Daddy Frank’ with 12 and ‘Soroptimist International with 10. Of interest all the
miniatures on the chart scored at least one Queen for the year.
A total of 138 Queens were recorded by miniature roses in 2014. Of this number,
the top 25 roses accounted for 81%. In all, 49 different miniature roses recorded at
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Among the minifloras ‘Whirlaway’ repeated as the #1 rose, followed again by
‘Conundrum’ and ‘ Foolish Pleasure’, ‘Dr John Dickman’ and ‘Butter Cream’ traded
places again with ‘Dr John Dickman’ as $4 and ‘Butter Cream’ as #5. ‘Abby’s Angel’
held stable as #6, followed by ‘Shameless’ and ‘Baldo Villegas’, which many
exhibitors consider to be the same rose. Rounding out the top ten are ‘Show Stopper’
and ‘Louisville Lady’.
The biggest gain was recorded by ‘Baldo Villegas’, which was up six.
‘Powerhouse’, our winner of national miniflora Queen at the San Diego National
show, was up five. The biggest decline was recorded by ‘Solar Flair’, which had but
one Queen for the year and was down six. Only two on the chart recorded no Queens
for the year, these being ‘Leading Lady’ and ‘Memphis Music’.
‘Powerhouse’
2014 San Diego Spring National Miniflora Queen of Show
Shown by Bob & Dona Martin, Photo by Dona Martin
There were three newcomers, ‘First and Foremost’, ‘Equinox’ and ‘Lady E’owyn’.
They replaced ‘Autumn Splendor’, ‘Flawless’ and ‘Lo and Behold’.
There was a surprisingly even distribution of Queens for the year among the top
roses, with none in double figures. ‘Baldo Villegas’ recorded the most Queens for the
year with nine. ‘Foolish Pleasure’ and ‘Dr. John Dickman’ both had eight, while
‘Whirlaway’ and ‘Butter Cream’ each had seven.
A total of 117 Queens were recorded by miniflora roses in 2014. Of this number,
the top 25 roses accounted for 81%. In all, 39 different miniflora roses recorded at
least one Queen for the year compared to 42 last year.
The listing of floribunda spray Queens is offered for the third consecutive year.
Prior to 2007, it was customary to award only the best floribunda spray, with a few
shows offering a runner-up award. The year 2007 saw the introduction of floribunda
spray royalty, including a floribunda Queen. Acceptance of the increased recognition
of floribundas has been slow, and there are signs that it has stalled. The percentage
of shows offering a floribunda spray Queen declined in 2014 to 32% from the 36%
recorded in 2013. Still, it continues to be possible to construct a five-year chart of
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Queens comparable to that of the others presented. For this purpose the winner of
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‘Lavaglut’ continued for the third year as the #1 rose. ‘Hannah Gordon’ closed
ground moving into the #2 position. ‘Playgirl’ slipped to #3., while ‘Lady of the Dawn’
rose two to #4. ‘Sexy Rexy’ was down two at #5, and ‘Playboy was down one at #6.
Rounding out the top ten were ‘Europeana’, ‘Johnny Becnel’, ‘Cinco de Mayo’ and
‘Julia Child’. Roses entered as ‘Nicole’ fell out of the top ten, down three to #11. It
has now been many years since the confusion over ‘Hannah Gordon’ and ‘Nicole’ was
resolved for judging purposes, but the change continues to affect the rankings.
Considering that ‘Hannah Gordon’ is now only four Queens from the top spot, it is
likely that it would be #1 but for the continued errors of some exhibitors and judges
in entering it as ‘Nicole’.
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‘Hannah Gordon’ had the most Queens for the second consecutive year with 10,
followed by ‘Lavaglut’ and ‘Sexy Rexy’, both with six.
‘Sexy Rexy’
2013 PSWD District Queen of Show
Shown by Gary Bulman, Photo by Dona Martin
A total of 133 Queens were recorded by floribunda roses in 2014. Of this number,
the top 25 roses accounted for 59%. In all, 68 different floribundas recorded at least
one spray Queen for the year, compared to 64 the prior year.
Evaluating the longer-term trends, ‘Randy Scott’ continues to rise among the
hybrid teas. Looking off the chart we find ‘Dina Gee’, ‘Jewel Grace’ and ‘My Lady
Barbara’ as potential newcomers next year. In the miniatures, ‘Joy’ continues to
outrun the entire field and is positioned to enjoy a long run as the top miniature
rose. ‘Daddy Frank’ and ‘Magic Show’ will also likely continue to rise. Looking off the
list there is nothing else new that looks likely to challenge for a spot. In the
minifloras, ‘Whirlaway’ will likely retain its position. The mildew queen
‘Conundrum’ shows signs of slipping as exhibitors shovel prune it. It is amusing that
‘Shameless’ and ‘Baldo Villegas’ are now side by side in the rankings. ‘Powerhouse’
will continue to rise, while looking off the list we find ‘Tammy Clemons’ poised to
join enter the chart. There should be concern about the number of shows offering
floribunda royalty, which have actually decreased over the last two years. A close
study of the results suggest that the there will be not much movement in the
floribunda sprays over the next several years as no newcomer of note has asserted
itself with the possible exception of ‘Sparkle & Shine’. As before, change does
continues to happen, most often slowly, but always of interest in the search for the
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Photo by Dona Martin
The Single Miniflora
By Robert B. Martin Jr.
Escondido, CA
[email protected]
The miniflora is intermediate between the floribunda and miniature rose, both in
the size of the bloom and of the bush. The class was added to the list of ARS
approved horticultural classifications in 1999, and initial expectations were that it
would accommodate the small floribunda-type bushes being introduced in Europe
under names such as “patio” roses. In the U.S., however, it became an immediate
favorite of exhibitors with the result being the best-known minifloras are typically
smaller versions of the hybrid tea.
The name “Mini-Flora” had been trademarked by the late Ben Williams, who
transferred the trademark to the ARS as an inducement to adopt the class. The
ARS, however, does not sell roses and had no use for the trademark, which was later
allowed to lapse. Nevertheless, the ARS Classification Committee originally used the
spelling “Mini-Flora” when it made its proposal to adopt the class. Trademarked
names, however, do not control ordinary spelling (think “Chick-Fil-A”) and after
several years of using the dreadful “Mini-Flora” spelling, the ARS board of directors,
meeting at the 2009 Fall Convention, made it official that the rose class is properly
spelled “miniflora”.
The advent of the miniflora class raised the question of how minifloras should be
judged in ARS rose shows. This question was resolved in October 2004 when the
ARS Board of Directors, at its meeting in Tulsa, Oklahoma adopted a proposal
submitted by the ARS Horticultural Judging Committee to replace the existing
chapter on minifloras in the Guidelines for Judging Roses with a rewritten chapter.
The principal objective of the new chapter was to establish that one-bloom
specimens of minifloras are to be judged by the standards applicable to the classic
hybrid tea form. It also established that, with respect to the consideration of the
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judging element of “size”, all things being equal, a miniflora of larger size should be
rewarded.
The new chapter also established the principle that single miniflora blooms are
judged by exactly the same standards as those applied to the single hybrid tea. In
like manner, it specified that miniflora sprays should be placed in a special class and
judged by the same standards as floribunda sprays. Under this latter standard,
individual florets in a spray may possess exhibition or decorative form, depending on
what is typical of that variety. That opened the door to showing single minifloras as
sprays.
With the decision having been made that one-bloom specimens of minifloras are
to be judged by the standards applicable to the classic hybrid tea form, most of the
initial introductions of minifloras, as well as reclassifications of existing roses, were
of minifloras displaying hybrid tea form. There were, however, a number of
exceptions, including a few minifloras of single form.
The first significant miniflora single was ‘Robin Red Breast’, a 1983 introduction
from Interplant originally introduced as a miniature, and reclassified in December
2006. Earlier that year a specimen of ‘Robin Red Breast’ shown by John & Caroline
Fredette had been selected as the best miniature single bloom at the 2006 Seattle
national convention.
‘Robin Red Breast’
Photo by Dona Martin
‘Robin Red Breast’ features dark red blooms, with a white eye and a silver
reverse. The blooms appear individually and in clusters. The foliage and bushy
growth are proportionate to the bloom. A cross of an unknown seedling × the
miniature rose ‘Eyepaint’, it carries an unusually high Roses in Review garden
rating of 8.7.
Following the reclassification of ‘Robin Red Breast’, Heirloom Roses reclassified
its 1992 introduction, ‘Glamour Girl’ as a miniflora. A single, bearing white flowers
with a wide dark red edge, this was originally listed in the Heirloom catalogue as a
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“patio rose”. The blooms are large and the bush very floriferous, often making
stunning sprays, as well as a bold statement in the garden. The rose was bred by
John Clements from undisclosed parentage.
‘Glamour Girl’
Photo by Kathy Strong
Heirloom Roses also later reclassified another John Clements introduction ‘Willo’-the-Wisp,’ which had been originally introduced as a miniature in 1998. This very
attractive bicolor single is pink with a yellow center and deep amber stamens. The
bush is very vigorous and grows more like a climber. The blooms are somewhat
small on thin stems but the color is novel and attractive.
‘Will-o’-the-Wisp’
Photo courtesy Heirloom Roses
In addition to the reclassifications, a few miniflora singles were registered in the
early years. These include ‘Kieran’s Rose’, a yellow with red edges introduced in
2006 by amateur hybridizer Sergio Aguilar from a cross of ‘Elizabeth Taylor’ ×
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‘Kieran’s Rose’
Photo by Justin Ekuan
The landscape for the miniflora single was dramatically changed in 2008 with
the introduction by Whit Wells of ‘Sunglow’. This is a gorgeous golden large single
of undisclosed breeding that presents on nicely proportioned foliage both
individually and as attractive sprays. It is also said to be intensely fragrant, though
I have not noticed this.
Reviewers in Horizon Roses, the annual review by exhibitors of top new
exhibition varieties, warmly praised ‘Sunglow’, however several expressed concern
on where it would be shown, there being in general no separate class for miniflora
singles at rose shows. This soon became a non-issue since show schedule writers
responded by expanding the miniature single class to permit both miniature and
miniflora singles. And with its bold color and large size, ‘Sunglow’ promptly began to
dominate the class. It also began to win in the miniflora spray class with regularity.
Most recently its success reached a peak when a specimen shown by Carol & Dave
Shockley of Conway, Arkansas was awarded the GardenWeb Rose Forum Best of
Show Trophy at the Fall 2014 Tyler National Show, which trophy is awarded to the
best one stem specimen on the trophy table.
‘Sharon’s Delight’
Photo by Brenna Bosch
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The success of ‘Sunglow’ has been followed by two additional reclassifications of
single minifloras. These include ‘Sharon’ Delight’, an ivory white single from Ralph
Moore originally introduced as a shrub in 1996. A cross of the miniature rose,
‘Golden Angel’ × by the old tea rose, ‘Safrano’, this is a compact and rounded shrub
of two to three feet in height and about three feet in width. The blooms typically
present five wavy and ruffled petals with an average diameter of two and a half
inches with a large circle of golden stamens. The rose was named for Sharon van
Enoo, an eminent southern Californian editor and rosarian who has prominently
promoted the roses of Louis Lens, David Austin and Ralph Moore.
‘Poppy’
Photo by Dona Martin
Also recently reclassified as a miniflora is ‘Poppy’, an orange red single
introduced in 1960 as a floribunda. A cross of the floribundas ‘Cocorico’ × ‘Geranium
Red’, the blooms are presented individually and in large sprays on a modest, but
prolific knee-high shrub. The blooms are reminiscent of the California Poppy,
Eschscholzia californica, a species of flowering plant native to California that was
selected as the state flower by the California State Floral Society in December 1890,
its golden blooms being deemed a fitting symbol for the Golden State.
‘Angel Grace’
Photo by Bob Martin
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Intrigued by the success of the outstanding gold miniflora single, ‘Sunglow’, I
registered ‘Angel Grace’, my lovely, single pale yellow cross of ‘Anne Morrow
Lindbergh’ x ‘Julia Child’ in 2014 as a miniflora. It is a healthy grower, making a 4foot x 2-foot bush with abundant sprays of blooms that start off yellow and gold,
fading to a rich cream. The rose is named after my granddaughter, Evangeline
Grace.
‘Bronze Medal’
Photo by Bob Martin
In addition, I registered ‘Bronze Medal’, another single miniflora from the cross
of ‘Anne Morrow Lindbergh’ x ‘Julia Child’. This presents bronze/copper-colored,
single blooms, appearing individually and in small sprays, on a 3-foot x 3-foot bush
with clean, glossy foliage.
‘Maroon Eight’
Photo by Burling Leong
Most recently, Burling Leong, who had worked for many years with Ralph Moore
and maintains a nursery in Visalia, California, has introduced ‘Maroon Eight’, a
single miniflora with dark velvety red blooms that ages to dark velvety maroon.
When asked the origin of the name, Burling reported simply that the rose is maroon
with typically eight petals.
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‘Evening Star’
Photo by Richard Anthony
Richard Anthony, of For Love of Roses, LLC in Memphis, Tennessee has also
introduced a line of single miniature and miniflora roses, including three miniflora
singles in 2015. They include, ‘Evening Star’, a large (3”+) pinkish mauve single that
more often than not has only five petals. It has a white eye and a slight fragrance.
‘Morning Star’ is also a large (2 1/2 - 3”) yellow miniflora single that will remind
some of a super size ‘My Sunshine’. The stamens are a darker yellow and stand out.
The petal count is normally five and on occasion will be up to eight petals.
‘Tom Mayhew’
Photo by Brenna Bosch
The third is named ‘Tom Mayhew’ and was registered on February 11, 2015,
which was the 80th birthday of Tom Mayhew, the noted Pennsylvania rosarian and
photographer. The rose is a 2 1/2’ single that is magenta colored with a large white
eye and yellow stamens. Richard says that it “has that WOW factor that will make
exhibitors and judges alike stop and admire the rose.”
In conclusion, it will be seen that the miniflora single, promoted by the success of
‘Sunglow’ has come of age on the show tables, and with its typical modest size bush
is an excellent choice for a border or small spot in the garden.
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John Mattia
To Receive 2014 Hedrick Award
By Robert B. Martin, Jr.
Escondido, California
[email protected]
John P. Mattia of Orange, Connecticut is the recipient of the 2014 Guy Blake
Hedrick, Jr. Award.
The Guy Blake Hedrick, Jr. Award was established in memory of Guy Blake
Hedrick, Jr. to recognize outstanding rose exhibitors who display the highest levels
of excellence, integrity, and respect for the ideals of showing roses typified by Blake
Hedrick during his long career as a rosarian. It is intended as a life-long
achievement award for an exhibitor or team of exhibitors who have had success at
the National, District, and local levels, and also have been a model in sharing their
knowledge in growing championship roses.
Guy Blake Hedrick Award Plaque
Original Design by John Mattia
The first award was made in 2003 to Slats Wathen. John Mattia is the 13th
recipient of the award and joins a group of outstanding exhibitors listed at the end of
this article.
John P. Mattia is a nationally recognized rose exhibitor, rose photographer, and
rose lecturer, who has been growing and photographing roses for more than 49
years. He has been showing roses since 1977 and currently grows more than 250
hybrid teas at his residence in Orange, CT. Through the years, he has won more
than 80 hybrid tea Queens of Show, beginning with ‘Admiral Rodney’ in 1981. He
also won the Queen of Show at the 1995 Fall National in Indianapolis.
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As an exhibitor, John has excelled in the national and district challenge classes.
On a national level, he has won six national trophies, including the Nicholson
Perpetual Challenge Bowl, the national J. Horace McFarland Memorial Award, the
Earl of Warwick Urn, the Dr. T. Allen Kirk Perpetual Trophy, and the travelling
trophies, the M. S. Hershey Bowl and the Rosedale Bowl. On the district level, he
has won his district J. Horace McFarland Memorial Award on ten separate
occasions.
‘Sheer Bliss’, ‘Touch of Class’, ‘Garden Party’
‘Sheer Elegance’, ‘Gemini’
‘St. Patrick’
2002 Earl of Warwick Urn, Shown by John Mattia
But the Hedrick Award is not just about winning – it is also about promoting the
art of exhibition of the rose”. John Mattia is a nationally recognized digital art rose
photographer who has taken more than 10,000 rose photos in public and private rose
gardens throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. His digital rose
photography and digital photo rose art have been published in regional and national
publications including the New York Times and the American Rose. He has served
as the official photographer at five national shows, and has presented numerous
programs on rose photography at district and national conventions.
“Cyclone”
Rose Art by John Mattia
On a local level John was a founder of the Connecticut Rose Society in 1980 and
was the chair of its first rose show a year later. Since then, every year, he has been
involved in planning and managing this rose show that draws 1,000 viewers
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annually to Elizabeth Park, America’s oldest public rose garden. John has served the
Connecticut Rose Society as President and is the recipient of the bronze honor medal
for his service. He is a lifelong horticultural judge and master rosarian and has been
honored by the Yankee District with its silver honor medal, as well as the
designation of Outstanding Judge and Outstanding Consulting Rosarian.
On a national level, John served a regional editor of Horizon Roses for more than
20 years and continues as a reporter to this day. In addition, John served two terms
on the ARS Horticultural Exhibitors Committee during my tenure as its chairman.
He was an active and valuable participant in the affairs of the Committee. John also
served as chair of the ARS Program Services Committee during the years 2006-2009,
during which he was instrumental in developing numerous PowerPoint programs for
use by local societies. John has also served on the ARS National Horticultural
Judges Committee, the ARS Marketing Committee, and the Editorial Advisory
Committee.
As an author John has published numerous high quality articles on roses,
including an article in the 2006 American Rose Annual. He was also the Guest
Editor of the 2004 American Rose Annual that featured his rose photography,
including the cover. He has also authored several articles on exhibiting roses for
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum during my tenure as editor. These include the seminal
articles, “Stem Wars” and “Art of Challenge Classes”. He is also the author of the
widely reprinted, “Cutting, Storing, and Transporting Roses for Exhibition.”
John Mattia Cutting Blooms for Show
Photo by Baldo Villegas
But above all, the Hedrick Award is about being the kind of exhibitor exemplified
by Blake Hedrick – the mentor – the exhibitor who shares his knowledge. As
recalled by 2013 Hedrick winner, Bob House – “John has done more than compete
and win. He has helped to educate exhibitors at rose seminars and with numerous
articles on growing and showing roses published locally and at the district and
national levels. One example is when several years ago John went to Tulsa at Blake
Hedrick’s request to present two programs on growing and showing roses at a
district workshop. He also traveled with Blake and others to rose shows in this
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country and in Canada and helped exhibitors prepare and enter their roses at
shows.”
‘Purple Splash
2015 ARS Calendar Photo by John Mattia
John was a personal friend of Blake Hedrick and instrumental in the
establishment of the Blake Hedrick Award. He is the one who took responsibility for
the fund raising for the award, and also designed the plaque given for the award. I
am personally very pleased that the Committee was finally able to give John Mattia
the Hedrick Award. He is exactly the kind of exhibitor exemplified by Blake Hedrick
– the mentor – the exhibitor who shares his knowledge with newcomers and up-andcomers.
Summing up, John’s lifelong friend David Ciak said in support of his nomination
– “John Mattia personifies the purpose and character of the Hedrick Award for his
devotion to encouraging and educating numerous rosarians in the art, science and
values of exhibiting roses while establishing himself as one of the top exhibitors in
the United States.”
John Mattia will receive his award at the ARS Fall Convention in Syracuse.
Guy Blake Hedrick Jr. Award Winners
2015 – John P. Mattia, Orange, Connecticut
2014 – Dale & Elaine Martin, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
2013 – Bob & Doris House, Loma Linda, Missouri
2012 – Larry & Doris Meyer, Hazelwood, Missouri
2011 – Don & Paula Ballin, Highland Park, Illinois
2010 – Sandy & Bob Lundberg, Bluffton, South Carolina
2009 – John & Donna Hefner, Indianapolis, Indiana
2008 – Dr. Tommy Cairns & Luis Desamero, Studio City, California
2007 – Robert B. Martin Jr., Gilbert, Arizona
2006 – Harold & Jean Baker, Lakeland, Florida
2005 – Dr. Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, South Carolina
2004 – Jeff Stage, San Diego, California
2003 – Slats Wathen, Beaumont, Texas
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Know, Grow and Show
By Pam Powers
Centreville, Virginia
(CR and Chairperson for ARF Rose Show & Photography Contest)
On June 7 & 8, 2014, Arlington Rose Foundation growers shared their mastery of
growing great roses through a diversity of rose and photography exhibits for public
display at Merrifield Garden Center. The two-day event showcased our passion and
talent through a friendly competition by our many members.
The Back Story
The phone calls, e-mails, garden visits and questions two weeks before the rose
show were fast and furious. Members new to exhibiting were planning to put their
growing skills on exhibit at Arlington Rose Foundation 58th Rose Show &
Photography Contest. Exhibit they did. Of the 51 awards, 36% were awarded to new
or relatively new exhibitors!
To take the nerves out of exhibiting, ARF’s top-flight coaches who are award
winning exhibitors like Bill Blevins, John Smith, Rick Brown and Pam Powers
helped members through team coaching at a mini practice show. For some, one-onone coaching in their rose garden in the weeks prior to the show was helpful. At the
show, Bill assisted the novices while John helped everyone else!
Highlights of Arlington Rose Foundation Exhibitors and Their Roses
Flashlight in hand, Angela Lungu was out before 5 am the morning of the show
cutting her roses. A fan of old garden roses and David Austin roses, Angela captured
two awards, Best Novice Single Bloom with ‘Julia Child’ where there were 16 entries
and Most Fragrant OGR or Shrub with ‘Jude the Obscure’. As a first time
experience, Angela exclaimed, “what a fun way to meet other rose growers and learn
more about your own roses! Bill Blevins was so knowledgeable, everyone was so
helpful.” Now, she vows to cut a day earlier for the District show in Richmond. My
prediction is she will be hard to beat in the categories she chooses to enter.
‘Jude the Obscure’
Rebecca Peterson set out to improve her rose growing techniques this year. She
came to the pruning demos to learn, applied the right fertilizers, sought exhibiting
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advice before the show and beat out the competition for Best Modern Shrub with a
lovely ‘Graham Thomas’.
George Carneal, a member and excellent grower since the 1960s, exhibited for
the first time and won an award for Best Grandiflora Spray with ‘Cherry Parfait’.
Everyone was thrilled that you finally competed, George!
Mary Arnhold won Best Novice Spray with ‘Julia Child’ and her son Chris won
Best Junior Spray with ‘Sexy Rexy’. Mary looks forward to our spring show and
sandwiches it in between Chris’ softball games and her daughter’s dance recital that
tend to fall on the same busy weekend. All of us are proud of both of them!
Chris Arnold, & Mary Arnold with Winning Entries
Amy Kemp from Clarksville, Maryland, one of the “famous Park sisters of the
rose world” won her first awards with a graceful cycle of bloom with ‘Tropicana’. It is
not an easy category to do. You must prepare and cut for the stages of bloom with
three roses, one exhibition, one full open stamens showing and one buds, petals
beginning to unfurl. She also won the public vote for Best Fragrant Hybrid Tea with
‘Sugar Moon’. It is so engaging having attendees vote with their nose! In my opinion,
they picked the right rose.
Noemi Vayra who graduated from novice status last year, made the award table
with three mini blooms of ‘Kormisso’. Initially, they were tight blooms but she
followed John’s instructions to open the blooms and her roses looked just like
miniature ‘Hot Princess’. Likewise, another novice graduate from last year, Steve
Sparks who exhibited with Sharlie Eaton, won several awards. Their nicest award, I
thought was a Hi-Lo with ‘Elina’ and ‘Sunsplash’. It was refreshing that they go for
the challenge classes. My good friend and neighbor, Sandra Friend goes for the
Court of Honor win. She continues winning with her miniature rose, ‘Bee’s Knees’,
this time for miniature King.
Consulting Rosarian Bill Toth dominated with two Queens, Hybrid Tea with ‘Hot
Princess’ and Miniflora with ‘Whirlaway’, plus an assortment of nine other awards,
including a stunning collection of three ‘Hot Princess’ and Best Floribunda Spray
and Single Bloom with ‘Golden Holstein’. Growing about 60 rosebushes, Bill really
appreciates the beauty of an opening bloom and tries different techniques to yield
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the perfect bloom. About the 2014 show, Bill said, “what a great way to spend the
day! Seeing so many new exhibitors display and share their roses is invigorating,”
Dave Maxwell made a great showing, winning the Dowager Queen with ‘Blush
Noisette’ and several other classes. Obviously, Dave applies his soil and fertilization
research assiduously in his own garden.
‘Blush Noisette;
Jan McKibben gleefully prepared her roses, winning with Best Miniature Spray
with ‘Bee’s Knees’. Jan explained “I love to clerk at ARF’s show, it helps me learn
and I like seeing the roses placed on the awards table. I get so excited when it is one
of mine.”
Octogenarian Desmond Sheehan put together a classy award-winning English
box. You don’t often see the combination of ‘Elina’, ‘Touch of Class’ and ‘Elegant
Beauty’. His daughter, Catherine, an avid gardener from New Jersey, assisted
Desmond as he also won Hybrid Tea Prince with ‘Touch of Class’ and Best 3 Hybrid
Tea blooms-Red collection with ‘Let Freedom Ring’. Desmond was so excited to find
out the results that it was a pleasure to chase him out of the judging area a couple of
times!
For the second year in a row, Charlie Brannon won the photography category
with ‘Signature’, topping 54 competitive entries. He also helped others get their
photos in the right category during the show preparation and then took many photos
of the show. His son Gavin and Alyssa Mercier, two juniors and budding exhibitors,
were excited over their wins, but tried to keep it cool for the cameras.
Closing Thoughts
For a complete listing of exhibiting results, please go to our website:
http://www.arlingtonrose.org. Thank you to all that made the show possible:
Exhibitors, volunteers, donors, advertisers, Merrifield Garden Center, Judges,
coaches and attendees. Our members’ interest in rose culture creates positive
energy that is exciting and greatly appreciated.
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You Won With What?
By Peter Schneider
Mantua, Ohio
(Reprinted with permission from September/October 2014 American Rose
Rambler, Peter Schneider, editor)
At the Cleveland Rose Show in September, Susan & I won Classic Shrub (best
hybrid rugosa, hybrid musk, hybrid moyesii or kordesii) with the hybrid rugosa ‘Red
Dagmar’, best miniature or miniflora spray with ‘Loyal Friend’, swept the shrub rose
court with Vegesacker Charme’, ‘The Charlatan’, and ‘Women in Military’, and used
‘Modern Magic’ and ‘New Horizon’ in a winning collection of three floribunda sprays.
Since these roses are not often exhibited, or awarded trophies, and roses like this
often prompt questions when they do win, I will say a few words about them here,
while adding a caveat from Susan that we do also grow, exhibit and enjoy many
mainstream and “normal” roses.
‘Red Dagmar’
Photo by Neil Evans
‘Red Dagmar’ is not a sport of ‘Dagmar Hastrup’, but like that famous rose it is a
single-petaled hybrid rugosa. Its cherry red blooms are smaller than ‘Dagmar
Hastrup’s, and its habit is less elegant, with a propensity to generate non-productive
stubby growth. It has rarely grown past 3-feet high in our garden, and unlike most
rugosas does not sucker. Like almost all single-petaled roses, blooms are at their
best for one day only. As we get deeper into September, fewer and fewer
single-petaled roses will open on the morning of a show after being picked as a bud
the evening before. ‘Red Dagmar’ is one that did. Our successful entry was a solitary
bloom, helped a lot by its brilliant golden stamens. This rugosa was introduced by
Spek in Holland in 1997, and we imported it from Dicksons in Northern Ireland a
year later. As far I can remember, this is the first time we have ever exhibited it.
At the Cleveland show miniatures and minifloras compete for separate courts,
but one trophy for a spray of either classification. We were surprised (but pleased) to
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see our spray of ‘Loyal Friend’ prevail against a lot of high quality competition in
this category. For a number of years ‘Loyal Friend’ was the only single-petaled
miniflora. It is best thought of as a miniature ‘Sally Holmes’, both in habit and
bloom, eager to produce sprays showing both elegant fully-open blooms and
charming half-open buds. The blooms have exceptional substance for a singlepetaled rose. ‘Loyal Friend’ was bred by the California amateur Barney Gardner
sometime in the late 1980s or early 1990s. We received cuttings from Kim Rupert in
1995 and introduced the rose into commerce in 2001.
‘Loyal Friend’
Photo by Neil Evans
‘Vegesacker Charme’ is a tall, sprawling shrub generating massive sprays of
small pink and silver single-petaled blooms. These sprays last a long time, are
reliably weatherproof, and because the stamens are not bright in the first place
fading can be hard to gauge. Therefore it is possible to win with a spray that is
several days old. We have now done this several times. ‘Vegesacker Charme’ was
introduced by Kordes in Germany in 2003 and we imported it that same year.
‘Vegesacker Charme’
Photo by Neil Evans
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‘The Charlatan’ will be the best known of the roses I discuss on this page,
registered as a shrub but growing narrow and upright like a modest climber. Its
single-petaled pink blooms evoke ‘Dainty Bess’ although its ample, healthy foliage
would be something completely new to that venerable rose. ‘The Charlatan’ will
produce gigantic sprays, and by continuous and judicious disbudding the exhibitor
can time a spray for almost any day he needs one. ‘The Charlatan’ was bred by
Meilland in France (where it is called ‘Astronomia’) and introduced in the USA by
Conard-Pyle in 2009. We purchased our plant at a local garden center in 2010.
‘The Charlatan’
Photo by Neil Evans
The bright red ‘Women in Military’ is one of Paul Jerabek’s most robust
introductions. It was to have been named Women in the Military after the
organization of women veterans for which it was introduced, but at that time the
American Rose Society limited rose names to three words and Paul always
vigorously adhered to ARS rules. Paul sent many of his seedlings to Conard-Pyle for
further evaluation, and this one got the closest to commercial introduction, falling
off the tracks only when the seedling now known as ‘Knock Out’ arrived at their test
gardens. The plant grows to a bushy 5’, with sprays ranging from a modest three
blooms to an exuberant nine. Paul registered ‘Women in Military’ in 1993 and we
received cuttings from him at that time. There is no special strategy to winning rose
show trophies with ‘Women in Military’. Just let it grow.
For a collection of three floribunda sprays, we used Jackson & Perkins’ ‘Tuscan
Sun’ along with two other orange-shaded floribundas, both of which we had
imported from Dickson in Northern Ireland many years ago and exhibited only
rarely since.
Although it is has almost completely disappeared from commerce, ‘New Horizon’
(a Dickson introduction from 1991 that won a gold medal in Belfast two years later)
is still remarkable for its color-changing blooms, with shades of pink giving way to a
progression of every possible expression of gold and orange. The sprays do not arrive
in tidy, symmetrical shapes, so are best used in collections, especially at venues
(such as Cleveland) where only one vase is used for multiple stems and the other
sprays can conceal the gaps presented by ‘New Horizon’ on its own.
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‘Modern Magic’ is the most spectacular of the striped floribundas that Jack
Christiansen was developing just as his hybridizing career at Armstrong Roses
ended. The full-petaled blooms are bright orange, fading to brick, striped in brilliant
white. They arrive both singly and in well spaced sprays on a plant that is too
blackspot-prone by today’s standards, but worth pampering. This rose got lost in the
shuffle when Jackson & Perkins absorbed Armstrong, but when it was listed by
Dicksons in Northern Ireland we grabbed it. Good thing, since they offered it only
one year.
‘Tuscan Sun’, ‘Modern Magic’, ‘New Horizon’
Photo by Neil Evans
I enjoy exhibiting obscure roses, and bringing new roses to shows for fellow
rosarians to enjoy (even if l don’t actually enter them). Does entering a rose that the
judges may not know give you an advantage? Depends. If a judge is relying on a
mental picture of the best possible specimen of a variety that he has ever seen,
you’re automatically creating that picture with a rose that is new to the judge. On
the other hand, some judges don’t want to be the first to reward an unfamiliar rose,
while others are suspicious of unknown roses, concerned that they might be
misnamed. Suspicion is very hard to overcome. So it is probably a wash, although it
is much easier to win with obscure roses today than it was when I began exhibiting
in 1981. One thing remains the same after all those years: it is still almost
impossible to win with an obscure rose if it is not very good.
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To download registration form, program schedule, make hotel reservations and for
more information, go to:
http://www.singasongofroses.org/
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Sing a Song of Roses
By Elton Smith and Brian Burley
Conference Co-Chairmen
On behalf of the following hosts, the Columbus Rose Club, the Delaware Area
Rose Society and the Lancaster Rose Club, we welcome you to the American Rose
Society National Spring and Miniature Conference and Rose Show, which honors
eminent hybridizers Dr. Keith Zary and Whit Wells.
Our conference opens with an arrangement workshop from 9:00AM to 5:00PM on
Friday at the hotel, titled “Modern, Mechanics...and Make It Sing” coordinated by
Drs. Gary Barlow and Lew Shupe.
If arranging is not your interest, there will be an optional bus tour on Friday. It
will visit German Village, a historic neighborhood which was settled by German
immigrants in the mid 1800’s and which was added to the National Register of
Historic Places in 1974. Lunch in German Village will be provided at Schmidt’s
Sausage Haus Restaurant, which is known for its German desserts. In the afternoon
you will explore Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, a premier
botanical landmark which includes a collection of glass works by artist Dale
Chihuly.
Miniature Court
2013 Columbus All-Miniature Show
Photo by Andrew Hearne
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One of the highlights of this Conference will be, of course, the rose show. We
encourage all participants to enter horticulture, arrangement and photography
classes. Remember that this show is open for both large and miniature/miniflora
roses.
We have planned several interesting educational programs. Our speakers are
nationally known and respected in their fields and include the candidates for
American Rose Society Vice President, Sam Jones and Bob Martin.
Our banquet on Saturday evening will be musically oriented following our theme
“Sing a Song of Roses”. Music and photography will be featured throughout the
evening and, as usual, national awards presented. We believe you will really enjoy
the awards banquet.
On Sunday, we will board buses and go on a great garden tour, which will
include the Columbus Park of Roses. Many of you may remember the Park of Roses
as the site of the American Rose Society headquarters from 1954 to 1974. There are
more than 11,000 rose bushes in the Park including 400 old garden roses, an EarthKind rose garden, an herb garden and perennial gardens. We will also visit a private
rose garden in the suburb of Westerville, Inniswood Metro Park Rose Garden and
Oakland Nursery and Garden Center, the largest of its kind in Central Ohio.
Columbus Park of Roses
Our hope is that you will enjoy the show, the Conference and Columbus. If there
is anything we can do to make your stay more enjoyable, please let us know. For
more information, go to: http://www.singasongofroses.org/
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Notes on a Show Schedule . . .
By Robert B. Martin Jr.
[email protected]
President Jolene Adams advises judges (and exhibitors) that the 2015 Official
List of Approved Exhibition Names for Exhibitors & Judges is available in electronic
form for $15 as a pdf on the ARS website at http://www.rose.org. It may be found in
the store under the “Shop” tag – click on New Products once you enter the Store.
This version can easily be used on your portable electronic devices when you are
judging or entering roses.
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Pre-publication orders are now being accepted for Combined Rose List 2015, to
be published in March 2015. Advance orders receive free shipping (within the
United States) and are shipped on the first day books are available. To make your
reservation, simply send your check in the amount of $25 per copy to Peter
Schneider, Box 677, Mantua, Ohio 44255. You may also purchase it with a credit or
debit card payment via Pay Pal at http://www.combinedroselist.com/whatsnew.
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‘Paradise Found’, a strongly scented 2009 introduction from Meilland, records
its first Queen at the Spokane RS Show, shown by Ray Hoffman.
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‘Sheer Joy’, Bill Blok’s cross of ‘Sheer Elegance’ x ‘Touch of Class’, wins its first
Queen at the Lake Superior RS Show, shown by Deb Keiser. At the same show, Deb
also scored the first royalty appearance of ‘Mamy Blue’ an older Delbard variety as
Princess.
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Fred Wright introduces his yb HT ‘Miss Katelyn’ to the royal court, winning King
at the Patrick Henry RS Show.
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Tommy Hebert shows off his hybrid, ‘Resa G’, scoring its first King at the Golden
Triangle RS Show.
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‘Resa G’
Photo courtesy Tommy Heber
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‘Diane’s Delight’, one of Eddie Edwards’ last roses, recorded its first Princess at
the Loveland RS Show, shown by Carol Roman.
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‘Spring’s A Comin’’, a 2001 Whit Wells intro finally wins its first Miniflora
Queen at the Western NY RS Show, shown by Gene Noto.
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Brad Jalbert’s hybrid, ‘Paula Smart’, sold by Edmunds as “Smart & Sassy”,
records its first Miniflora Queen at the Rhode Island RS Show, shown by Irwin &
Cindy Ehrenreich.
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‘Jolene Adams’, on the heels of its reclassification as a miniflora, recorded its
first Miniflora Queen at the Mother Lode RS Show, shown by Rosemary Sawyer.
Jolene Adams with ‘Jolene Adams’
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Fred Wright’s ‘Crystal Palace’ makes its first Miniflora Queen at the
Indianapolis RS Show, shown by Mark & Cathy Nolen. Another Fred Wright
introduction, ‘Fred’s Showtime’ recorded its first Miniflora Queen at the Cleveland
Lincoln Co RS Show, shown by Don & Mary Myers.
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‘Fred’s Showtime’
Photo courtesy Don & Mary Meyers
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‘Patron’ has its first Miniflora Queen at the Santa Fe RS Show, shown by Jack &
Juanita Ortega.
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‘Family Holiday’ the San Diego National Convention rose bred by Jim Sproul,
recorded its first Miniflora Queen at the Mount Diablo RS Show, shown by Lou
Evans.
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Tom Carruth surprises with a miniature of classic HT form, ‘You’re the One’ ,
which recorded its first Mini Queen at the Seattle RS Show, shown by Mike & Alexa
Peterson.
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‘Marriotta’ – accidentally entered in the class for Queen despite its decorative
form – recorded its first Mini Queen at the Mother Lode RS Show, shown by Beverly
Rose Hopper.
‘Marriotta’
Photo by Dona Martin
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‘Olivia Rose’, named by Steve Singer to honor the memory of Olivia Rose Engel,
a beautiful young child taken in the Sandy Hook Tragedy, recorded its first Mini
Spray at the Portland RS Mini Show, shown by Carl & Carolyn Finch.
‘Olivia Rose’
Photo courtesy Steve Singer
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‘Tattooed Daughter’, named by me to honor my daughter Elysia Kathleen,
recorded its first Mini Spray at the Penn Jersey District Show, shown by Bill &
Kathy Kozemchak.
‘Tattooed Daughter’
Photo by Andrew Hearne
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‘Sandy’s Pick’, picked and named by Sandy Lundberg, recorded its first
Miniflora Spray at the North Central District Show, shown by John & Judy
Schroeder.
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‘Enchanted Evening’, a 2008 J&P introduction, has its first winning Floribunda
Bloom, shown at the Miami Valley RS Show by Mark Miller.
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‘Doris Day’, a ‘Julia Child’ offspring by Christian Bedard, records its first
winning Floribunda Bloom at the Buckeye District Show, shown by Tom Herr.
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‘Madeleine’, the erstwhile miniflora reclassed as a floribunda, recorded its first
Floribunda Bloom at the Deep South District Show, shown by it hybridizer, Ray
Guillebeau.
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‘Blue For You’ – not blue but a dusty purple – wins its first Floribunda Bloom at
the Houston RS Show, shown by Earl & Deanna Krause.
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‘Let’s Celebrate’, a Fryer floribunda from the U. K., has its first winning
Floribunda Spray at the Pacific Northwest District Show, shown by Barbara &
Bruce Lind.
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‘Easter Basket’ recorded its first Floribunda Spray Queen at the Orange Co RS
Show, shown by Justin & Lilly Ekuan.
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‘Anne Graber’ – a 2008 Paul Jerabek creation available at Susan & Peter
Schneider’s Freedom Gardens, recorded its first winning Floribunda Spray at the
NE Ohio RS Show, shown by Cal Schroeck.
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Susan & Peter Schneider perform a remarkable feat, introducing five different
roses to the trophy table for the first time at the NE Ohio RS Show. They include
‘Loyal Friend’, winning its first Miniflora Spray; the hybrid rugosa, ‘Red Dagmar’
winner of the Classic Shrub; the Kordes shrub ‘Vegesacker Charme’ as Modern
Shrub Queen; ‘Ville de Saint Denis’, an 1853 mp sport or seedling of ‘La Reine’ as
Dowager Queen; and the 1894 HP, ‘Clio’, winning the Victorian Award. (See the
article, “You Won With What?” in this issue for further information.)
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The 2011 Austin shrub, ‘Princess Anne’ wins its first Modern Shrub at the
Sacramento RS, shown by Charlotte Owendyk.
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Three other Austin roses win its first Modern Shrub, including ‘Fighting
Temeraire’, at the WI State Fair, shown by Larry Heebsh; ‘Princess Alexandra of
Kent’, at the Potomac RS Show, shown by Pam Powers; and ‘Lichfield Angel’ at the
Cleveland Lincoln Co RS Show, shown by Robert Myers.
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‘Fragrant Lavender Simplicity’ recorded its first Modern Shrub at the Syracuse
RS Show, shown by Annette Delgiorno.
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Will Radler’s ‘Milwaukee’s Calatrava’, winner of the Best Floribunda Rose at the
2013 Biltmore Rose Trials, recorded its first winning Modern Shrub at the Central
District Show, shown by Mike & Anita Eckley. Another Radler rose, ‘Double Knock
Out’ recorded its first Modern Shrub at the Huntsville-Twickenham RS Show,
shown by Janet Emery.
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Keith Zary’s groundcover ‘Beach Blanket’ recorded its first Modern Shrub at the
Buckeye District Show, shown by Elton Smith.
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Sally Estee records the first winning Modern Shrub winners for the Clements
2003 intro, ‘Magnificent Perfume’ a week apart, the first at the Mount Diablo RS
Show, followed by the NCNH District Show.
‘Magnificent Perfume’
Photo courtesy Heirloom Roses
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‘Incantation’ a 2007 Paul Barden rose, recorded its first winning Shrub at the
Golden Triangle RS Show, shown by Earl & Deanna Krause.
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‘White Eden’, a white sport of ‘Pierre de Ronsard’, recorded its first winning
Climber at the Spokane RS Show, shown by Carol Newcomb.
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The Radler climber, ‘Cloud 10’ recorded its first winner at the Yankee District
Show, shown by Cindy & Irwin Ehrenreich.
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‘Sarasota Spice’, a 2006 white Noisette from John Starnes recorded its first
Victorian Award at the Tallahassee RS Show, shown by Cheryl Gibbons & Michael
Michelis.
‘Sarasota Spice’
Photo by John Starnes
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The species rose, ‘Rosa glutinosa’ wins its first Genesis Award at the Rhode
Island RS Show, shown by Andie & Susie Vanable.
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Robbie Tucker, on reading the spraying issue of REF, makes the thicker, nontearing 8 mil nitrile gloves available at Rosemania.
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Letters
Hi Bob,
I am working on my next Rose of the Month story and have selected ‘Playboy’. I
would like to clarify how this rose should be exhibited. It has 7-10 petals and is
classified as a single. Since it is classified as a single, if a particular bloom presents
up to 8 petals, I suppose it could be shown as a single. However, most of the time it
would have more petals and would have to be shown as a semi-double, particularly if
the show schedule notes the definition of a single is 4-8 petals. Any input you may
have regarding this rose would be most welcome.
Suzanne Horn
Glendale, CA
Editor’s Reply:
Suzanne:
That is a very good question.
First, I will fall back on the words you have heard before, “I once wrote an article
about that.” In fact it was called “The Show and the Single Rose”, and it appeared in
the Fall 2005 issue of Rose Exhibitors’ Forum.
The issues raised in that article have never been resolved. In fact, the project to
actually classify roses as singles or not singles has never gone forward. And, so the
problem continues of understanding exactly what it means for a show rose to be a
single. It is in fact a project I have sitting on my computer called the “Singles
Project” with a view toward an updated article for Rose Exhibitors Forum.
The Guidelines for Judging Roses in its most recent edition state, “A single HT is
defined by the Classification Committee as having a petal count of 4-8 petals.” OK that is a botanical classification and conforms with the general botanical definition
of a “single” flower. The problem is how to apply that to a rose. The first question of
course is how many petals does the rose have? Here we normally find a range of
values. Or we may find no value at all. Or, we will find different values depending
on which source we consult. ‘Playboy’ is an excellent example. Its listing in Modern
Roses 12 contains no report at all of how many petals it has, except that it is
described as “single”. Then there’s the report at HelpMeFind that states that it has
exactly “10 petals”, but then in the next sentence reports it to be “semi-double (9-16
petals)”. Also, Peter Schneider, who is meticulous about such matters, generally
notes a “single” in the Combined Rose List with the description “s”. In the case of
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‘Playboy’ we find in CRL 2014 the “s”, so as far as Peter Schneider is concerned it is
a single.
So what’s a judge to do? Here are some principles that I think are applicable:
1. A rose is either a single or it is not. I do not subscribe to the view that it can be
both, i.e. a variety with 7-10 petals is a single when it happens to have seven petals
and the same variety is not a single when it happens to have 10. If that were the
case you could enter two ‘Playboy’ in conflicting classes. For example, it is common
to have a class for the best single bloom. It is also common to have a class for the
best open bloom with no singles allowed. I think it would incongruous to have
‘Playboy’ win both classes depending on how many petals the specimen might have
(or the number of petals the exhibitor pulled).
2. A corollary of the above rule is that in the case where a rose has a range of petals,
if the lower range is 8 or below, it is a single, notwithstanding that from time to time
it might have more than 8 petals. (If my entry in a singles class had 9 petals, I’m
pretty sure I would yank one just in case the judge decided to count them.)
3. Another corollary of that rule is that if the normal lower range is more than 8
petals, then it is not a single. To put it bluntly, you cannot remove all but 5 petals
from ‘Moonstone’ and enter it as a single.
4. If MR 12 says it is a “single” or if CRL says it is “s” then it is a single.
5. We still need to do something with the judge’s manual and the classification
sources to clarify what is or is not a single. And - I think this important - I don’t see
why the “botanical” classification of a rose must necessarily control classification in
a rose show.
Back to your question - is ‘Playboy’ a single? The answer is “yes”. See reason 4. Note
also that history supports this because it is and has been for years at or near the top
of the show results for single roses.
I will welcome the comments of readers as I ready an exposition of single roses for a
coming issue of Rose Exhibitors’ Forum.
Bob
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Bob,
Based on the conversation I had with you and the Lundbergs and others about
protective spray gear, I’m finding that our exhibitor friends use a gamut of PPE
options that range from no extra protection all the way to the “moon suit”, etc. I
wondered if you would consider a future survey for REF on this topic. I would be
very interested to see what other large scale rose growers/exhibitors use for PPE and
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if I am being overly cautious compared to most of the group. I think others would
find it interesting also. A recommendation would be for it to be anonymous since we
all know what we’re supposed to be doing according to the CR Manual and other
sources and some may not want to be criticized for not doing this. Just an idea. All
the best!
Cindy Dale
National CR Chair
Peachtree City, Georgia
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The Past Word . . .
The Educational Value of the Rose Show
By Robert B. Martin, Jr.
Escondido, CA
[email protected]
(American Rose, March/April 2010)
“When the student is ready, the master appears.”
Buddhist Proverb
“Never go to a doctor whose houseplants have died.”
Erma Bombeck
I attended my first rose show in 1982 – maybe it was 1983. I had read in the
American Rose magazine of a rose show that would be held at the Los Angeles
Arboretum. I had been growing roses since 1972 and fancied that I knew a lot about
roses. Living then in nearby Pasadena, the show was not too far away and so I went.
I don’t remember much about the rose show. There were lines of tables and I
remember walking past rows of tall roses in bottles. The only name I remember was
‘Lady X’, a peculiar name for a rose, I thought, and an odd purplish color. I picked up
some literature at a table, including a flyer inviting me to attend a meeting of the
Pacific Rose Society. I saved the flyer, intending to attend a meeting “some day”. I
never did.
My second rose show was in 1984 – maybe it was earlier. This one was held at
the old Hollywood Palladium. I read about it in the American Rose too and was
attracted to it because it was to include a wine and cheese tasting. “A Day of Wine
and Roses”, I think it was called, and advance tickets were available. I ordered four
tickets, invited another couple, and the four of us went.
I don’t remember much about the rose show. There was wine and cheese and the
roses were presented nicely on tables. Visitors were invited to examine two or three
competing entries in several classes and to ballot on the winner. We sipped our wine,
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munched our cheese and crackers, and thoughtfully examined the entries, casting
our ballots in little boxes for the purpose. We had no idea of how to judge, but it was
a pleasant afternoon. I remember nothing of the roses.
My third rose show was on November 4, 1986. It was sponsored by the Pasadena
Rose Society, which I had joined in September on the invitation of the newly
installed president, who just called me out of the blue. My first meeting featured a
talk by Jack O’Neil on showing roses. I was fascinated by his talk and said to myself,
“you can do that!” And, I became determined to try.
The night before the show, I drove all over Pasadena visiting stores like Pier One
Imports, looking for suitable vases in which to display the roses I planned to take to
the show. I didn’t know that the vases were provided. And, on arrival, I discovered
there were a lot of other things I didn’t know. I saw people in the parking lot with
tall roses in containers with Q-tips sticking out of them like Martian antennas. I
didn’t know why. I watched a couple bring in coolers full of perfect miniature roses. I
didn’t know how they did that. In the preparation room, I found myself surrounded
by beautiful roses and busy people hurrying to and fro doing things I knew nothing
about.
After entries had been made, Luis Desamero asked if I would like to clerk the
show. I had no idea what a clerk did but said, “yes” anyway. As we entered the show
room together, I was nearly overcome by the beauty and the smell of the roses filling
the room. Turning to Luis I said, “I thought I knew everything about growing roses,
but now I see I know nothing.” There was in fact, plenty to learn.
I made nine entries that day, mostly in the novice section. I won four blue
ribbons. I did not win the novice trophy; in fact the winner of the novice trophy was
later awarded queen of show. I had no idea how unusual this was. But I was very
happy and proudly displayed my four blue ribbons at my law office the next Monday.
I also tagged along as a clerk after the judges. I watched and learned as Zelda Lloyd
and Grace Seward, two of the judges, evaluated entries. I learned a little of what
distinguished a very good rose from one not so good. I discovered the species rose,
Rosa banksias lutea. I even learned how to thread the string on a ribbon through the
hole in the entry tag. I learned a lot at that rose show.
So what was the difference between the first two shows, where I learned very
little, and the third, where I learned so much? The difference is that at the first two
shows, I was a mere spectator. At the third, I was a participant. At that show I was
a participant as an exhibitor. I was a participant as a clerk. And, I was a participant
as a member of the society that sponsored the show. It was my participation that
made all the difference.
Today, 23 years later, I have a record of my participation in rose shows. I can tell
you that as an exhibitor, I have participated in 191 rose shows. As a judge, both
horticultural and arrangements, I have participated in 60 rose shows. As show
chairman, I have participated in 11. And, as a clerk, I have participated in six. There
is some overlap, but in all I have participated in about 250 rose shows over the last
23 years. I am also reasonably certain that I have learned something every time.
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I have over the course of the years read many articles and comments on the
educational value of a rose show. Some have been skeptical that a rose show has
much educational value at all. But the skeptics, I have noticed, generally focus on
the educational benefit to the spectator – to the visitor to the show. For example, I
recall one that attempted to measure the educational value of a rose show by a
mathematical algorithm that compared the number of persons required to stage a
show, including exhibitors and judges, to the number of “unaffiliated members of the
public attending the show”. This focus, I have come to believe, is wrong.
The primary educational value of a rose show lies in the education of its
participants. And, as an educational organization, the rose show is the most single
important educational activity that a rose society can undertake.
The educational value of participation in a rose show is substantial. The
exhibitor learns how to grow better roses. As stated by Don Ballin, writing in the
February 1983 American Rose: “Exhibiting FORCES the grower to develop
exemplary cultural practices. It is only with the correct feeding, spraying, pruning
and general garden maintenance that an exhibitor becomes a frequent winner.”
Much of this learning requires experimentation. So the exhibitor is usually the first
to learn about new roses, new products, as well as the skill in the transportation,
presentation and display of roses. And, in showing roses exhibitors learn and
reaffirm good personal values including the principles that friends play fair and
growing good roses requires discipline and hard work.
Bob Martin Working a Rose Show
Photo by Baldo Villegas
The judges learn about the proper attitude to perform judging duties. They learn
to set aside personal prejudices toward a type of rose or specific varieties and to
judge objectively. They learn to practice courtesy in interacting with other judges
and improve their skills at evaluating roses. And, they learn about roses, new
varieties and older varieties with which they have not been familiar.
The clerks learn about the judging process. They learn to be careful and to listen.
And, they also learn about roses, their display and new varieties. The show chair
and members of the show committee also learn about roses as well as organizational
skills. And everyone learns the value of pulling together in a common enterprise, the
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purpose of which is to show the most beautiful flower in God’s creation at its most
perfect phase of possible beauty.
This is not to say that there is no educational value to the spectator. I didn’t
learn much as a spectator, but maybe the experience struck a spark of interest that
would later ignite when I became a participant. There will be those who visit a rose
show and will learn – or at least learn that they need to learn.
The educational process of a rose show is not complete unless the roses are
judged. By this process, exhibitors, as well as other participants, can assess the
value of the things they have learned. How can you know which rose has been grown
the best unless it be judged? Judging is necessary and an integral component of the
educational value of a rose show. So-called “rose displays” in which examples of
badly grown roses are presented will not and cannot bring out exhibitors determined
to display the best a rose can be. Nor will they inform the other participants of what
a rose can be and what must be done to make it so.
Judging a National Show
In the spring 1999 issue of Rose Exhibitors’ Forum, I published an article by
Kent Campbell, later republished in the American Rose, titled “Aesthetics and
Roses.” Dr. Campbell, a retired college professor of music at Western Kentucky
University, observed there:
“A rose show, much as a concert or a poetry reading, is an aesthetic event. There
is a straight line between a Monet exhibition at an art museum and the tables at a
rose show. They both primarily exist to evoke feeling in the viewer. The more one
knows about French Impressionism, the more heightened the response to Monet.
The same is true of roses. The more one understands varieties, growing, grooming
techniques, and staging, the more feelingful the response to the rose show.”
Continuing, Dr. Campbell said:
“Even though an aesthetic feeling is a private phenomenon, we, as with artists of
all types, want to share this special and unique experience with others. Poems are
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created to be read; paintings and sculptures are created to be viewed; music is
created to be heard; and roses are grown to be seen.”
And so it is. A rose society without a rose show is like a musical instrument
society that forms no orchestra or band. It is like a society of painters that has no
exhibition of their works. It is a society of sculpture artists that keep their works in
their garages. It is an educational institution that holds no classes and gives no
tests.
In 2009, there were 191 scheduled rose shows held in the U.S. As in years past,
some additional shows were cancelled because of weather or other conditions. But,
this was the first time since I have been keeping records that the number of shows
held has dipped below 200. In part the decline in the number of shows is reflective of
the decline in membership of the American Rose Society and its local societies, a
decline that has seen several local societies fold. At the same time, the decline in
rose shows is considerably less than that experienced in membership and the
numbers of local societies. And by my estimate, it appears that approximately 2/3rds
of the local societies continue to sponsor a rose show as a major annual event. In
fact, it appears to me that societies that do not sponsor a local rose show are the
ones most likely to fail. It is hard to say whether this is cause or effect, but the fact
remains that nearly all of the large, vibrant local American rose societies sponsor an
annual rose show.
Joe Klima and his wife Marion understood the importance of rose education.
Among their many contributions was the establishment of the Klima Medal, which
expressly recognizes the highest levels of excellence in the field of rose education.
Joe and Marion also understood the value of the rose show. As founding members of
the Marin Rose Society, they encouraged exhibiting roses at the Marin County Fair
and organized the Society’s annual rose show at the Marin Civic Center. As
exhibitors, they were amongst the best as illustrated by the fact that in 1971, at the
national rose show in San Francisco, Marion Klima won the most prestigious
national trophy, the Nicholson Bowl, that calls for nine hybrid tea roses. Her entry now of historical interest - included the roses, ‘Bewitched’, ‘Champagne’. ‘Ernest H.
Morse’, ‘Neville Chamberlin’, ‘Prima Ballerina’, ‘Rose Gaujard’, ‘Royal Highness’,
‘Silver Lining’ and ‘Touch of Venus’.
I am pleased to receive, along with my friend Andy Plasz, the 2009 Klima Medal.
We are both recognized for a lifetime of devoting and focusing our educational
talents and expertise to promoting “The Rose” through consistent and reliable
contributions to educating the public about roses. Much of my contribution has been
about showing roses and most of what I have been able to share has been learned
through my participation in rose shows. The rose show has taught me much of what
I know and has given me enormous pleasure. I encourage all those serious about
roses and desirous of learning more to participate in a rose show. There is
undoubtedly one in your neighborhood when the roses are next in bloom.
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ARS 2014 Fall National Rose Show
Tyler, Texas
October 17, 2014
NATIONAL CHALLENGE CLASSES
Photo by Wade Brown
J. Horace McFarland Memorial National Trophy
Don & Paula Adlong, Conway, Arkansas
‘Pop Warner’, ‘Louise Estes’, ‘Here’s Sam’, ‘Perfectly Red’,
‘Veterans’ Honor’, ‘Hot Princess’, ‘Fantasy’
Photo by Satish Prabhu
Earl Of Warwick Urn
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
‘St. Patrick’, ‘Gemini’, ‘Julia Child’, ‘Ivory Fashion’, ‘Fourth of July’, ‘Bon Bon’
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National Pacific Rose Society Perpetual Challenge Trophy
Bob & Doris House, Loma Linda, Missouri
‘Special Merit’, ‘Cajun Moon’, ‘Uncle Joe’
Fred Edmunds, Sr. Memorial ARS Youth Award
No entries
Photo by Bob Lundberg
Dr. T. Allen Kirk Memorial Trophy
Sandy & Bob Lundberg, Bluffton, South Carolina
‘Moonstone’
Rose Hybridizers Association Trophy
Don Johnson, Sapulpa, Oklahoma
‘Louise Estes’ x ‘Brenda Marlene’
President’s Trophy
Barbara Jetton, Fort Smith, Arkansas
‘Gemini’, ‘Louise Estes’, ‘Hot Princess’
Photo by Satish Prabhu
Robert E. And Mildred C. Lawton Miniature National Trophy
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
‘Doris Morgan’, ‘Miss Flippins’ (2), ‘Ty’ (2), ‘Renegade’, ‘Soroptimist International’
(2), ‘Joy’ (2), ‘Memphis King’ (2)
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Photo by Satish Prabhu
Ralph S. Moore National Award
Sandy & Bob Lundberg, Bluffton, South Carolina
‘Arcanum’, ‘Nancy Jean’, ‘Pierrine’, ‘Bee’s Knees’,
‘Breath of Spring’, ‘Marie Jeanette’, ‘Daddy Frank’, ‘Renegade’, ‘Ty’
Photo by Dona Martin
J. Benjamin Williams Miniflora Rose Challenge Trophy
Sandy & Bob Lundberg, Bluffton, South Carolina
‘Mary Alice’ (2), ‘Whirlaway’ (2), ‘Butter Cream’ (2),
‘Foolish Pleasure’ (2), ‘Louisville Lady’ (2)
Garden Web Rose Forum Best In Show Trophy
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
‘Sunglow’ (Miniflora single)
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HORTICULTURE SPECIMENS
Photo by Wade Brown
Queen of Show
‘Marlons’ Day’
Ralph & Gayle Cooper, Van Buren, Arkansas
Photo by Satish Prabhu
King of Show
‘Hot Princess’
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
Princess of Show
‘Crescendo’
Ralph & Gayle Cooper, Van Buren, Arkansas
Court of Honor
‘Big Time’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
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Court of Honor
‘Eddie Edwards’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Court of Honor
‘Brother Jack’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Court of Honor
‘Signature’
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
Court of Honor
‘Randy Scott’
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
Court of Honor
‘White Success’
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
Court of Honor
‘Mr. Caleb’
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
Hybrid Tea Single
No entries
Fully Open Hybrid Tea Or Grandiflora
‘Hey Jack’
Bob & Doris House, Loma Linda, Missouri
Hybrid Tea Or Grandiflora Spray
‘Cajun Sunrise’
James & Debbie Laperouse, Cypress, Texas
Floribunda Bloom
‘Harold’s Pride’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Floribunda Spray
‘Miss Ada’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Polyantha Spray
‘Wing-Ding’
Earl & Deanna Krause, Pasadena, Texas
Classic Shrub Rose
No entries
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Modern Shrub Rose
‘Deanna’
Earl & Deanna Krause, Pasadena, Texas
Climber
‘High Society’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
LARGE ROSES CHALLENGE CLASSES
Founder’s Challenge
No entries
Top Gun Challenge
No entries
Modern Rose Bouquet
No entries
Old Garden Rose Bouquet
No entries
Shrub Rose
No entries
Matched Pair
No entries
Aching Back Challenge
Don & Paula Adlong, Conway, Arkansas
‘Veterans’ Honor’, ‘Randy Scott’, ‘Louise Estes’
English Box
‘Moonstone’
James & Debbie Laperouse, Cypress, Texas
Large Rose Bowl
‘Hot Princess’
Ralph & Gayle Cooper, Van Buren, Arkansas
Earthkind Rose
‘Pink Pet’
Donald Burger & Maria Trevino, Houston, Texas
Judge’s Standard Challenge
‘Let Freedom Ring’
Jim & Anne Hering, Marion, Ohio
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Judge’s Miniature Or Miniflora Challenge
‘Best of ‘04’
Cindy Dale, Peachtree City, Georgia
Photo by Wade Brown
Dowager Queen
‘Old Blush’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
Photo by Wade Brown
Victorian Award
‘Captaine Dyel de Graville’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
Genesis Award
No entries
MINIATURE SPECIMEN CLASSES
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Photo by Satish Prabhu
Miniature Queen
‘Soroptimist International’
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
Miniature King
‘Magic Show’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
Miniature Princess
‘Nancy Jean’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
Miniature Court of Honor
‘Memphis King’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
Miniature Court of Honor
‘Joy’
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
Miniature Court of Honor
‘Robin’s Rose’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
Miniature Court of Honor
‘Renegade’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
Miniature Court of Honor
‘Aydan Renee’
Jack & Lorrie Dickson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Miniature Court of Honor
‘Ty’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
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Miniature Court of Honor
‘Miss Flippins’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Fully Open Miniature
‘Memphis Bell’
Earl & Deanna Krause, Pasadena, Texas
Single Petaled Miniature
‘Grace Seward’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Miniature Spray
‘Joy’
Jack & Lorrie Dickson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
MINIATURE CHALLENGE CLASSES
Miniature Spray Trio
No entries
Miniature Bouquet
‘Magic Show’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
Miniature Stages Of Bloom
No entries
Miniature Matched Pair
‘Ty’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Miniature Aching Back
‘Magic Show’, ‘Breath of Spring’, ‘Alysheba’
Elton Smith, Delaware, Ohio
Miniature English Box
No entries
Miniature Rose Bowl
‘Red Seduction’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
MINIFLORA SPECIMEN CLASSES
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Photo by Dona Martin
Miniflora Queen
‘Conundrum’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
Miniflora King
‘Tiffany Lynn’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Miniflora Princess
‘Tammy Clemons’
Satish & Vijaya Prabhu, Columbia, SC
Miniflora Court of Honor
‘Shirley Raye’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
Miniflora Court of Honor
‘Foolish Pleasure’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
Miniflora Court of Honor
‘Shawn Sease’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
Miniflora Court of Honor
‘Princess Katelyn’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
Miniflora Court of Honor
‘Wright Touch’
Sandy & Bob Lundberg, Bluffton, South Carolina
Miniflora Court of Honor
‘Whirlaway’
Sandy & Bob Lundberg, Bluffton, South Carolina
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Miniflora Court of Honor
‘Butter Cream’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Fully Open Miniflora
‘Shirley Raye’
Sheryl Broussard, Beaumont, Texas
Single Petal Miniflora
‘Sunglow’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Miniflora Spray
‘Cachet’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
MINIFLORA CHALLENGE CLASSES
Miniflora Trio
‘Tiffany Lynn’, ‘Shawn Sease’, ‘Charismatic’
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch, Brighton, Tennessee
Miniflora Spray Trio
No entries
Miniflora Bouquet
‘Show Stopper’, ‘Dr. Troy Garrett’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
Miniflora Stages Of Bloom
‘Tiffany Lynn’
Elton Smith, Delaware, Ohio
Miniflora Matched Pair
‘Abby’s Angel’
Jack & Lorrie Dickson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Miniflora Aching Back
‘Tiffany Lynn’, ‘Butter Cream’, ‘Show Stopper’
Elton Smith, Delaware, Ohio
Miniflora Box
‘First Choice’
Carol & Dave Shockley, Conway, Arkansas
Miniflora Rose Bowl
‘Shameless’
Jimmy Sanford, Arlington, Texas
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Fragrance
‘Dolly Parton’
Wade Brown, Arkoma, Oklahoma
Novice
‘St. Patrick’
Connie Reeve, Roulett, Texas
Pacific Northwest District Rose Show
June 28, 2014
Olympia, Washington
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
J. Horace McFarland District Memorial Trophy
Barbara & Bruce Lind
‘Sunset Celebration’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’, ‘Sugar Moon’,
‘Aperitif’, ‘Grande Amore’, ‘Over the Moon’
Ralph S. Moore District Trophy
Gretchen & Mike Humphrey
‘Luis Desamero’, ‘Magic Show’, ‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Ruby Baby’,
‘Incognito’, ‘Dancing Flame’, ‘Irresistible’
Al Schamel Memorial Trophy
(5 HTs one variety)
Richard & Janis Parke
‘Signature’
Judges Trophy
(3 exhibition blooms)
Barbara & Bruce Lind
‘Aperitif’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’, ‘Fame!’
Dr. Paul & Carrie Miller Memorial Trophy
(Bloom Progression)
Carl & Carolyn Finch
‘Liebeszauber’
The Fred Edmunds Jr. Memorial Trophy
(Hi-Lo)
Bill Wilson
‘Luis Desamero’, ‘Elina’
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Eleanor Conti Memorial Trophy
(Min, Fl, HT)
Jason Fredette
‘Irresistible’, ‘Fragrant Wave’, ‘Whisper’
Seattle Rose Society Floribunda Trophy
(3 Fl sprays)
Jason Fredette
‘Sexy Rexy’, ‘Lavaglut’, ‘Easy Going’
Jeff Wyckoff Old Garden Rose Trophy
(5 OGRs)
Helen Peters
‘Marchesa Boccella’, ‘Charles de Mills’, Rosa macrantha,
‘Tuscany Superb’, Rose gallica versicolor’
Marian Seeley Memorial Trophy
(3 shrubs)
Richard & Janis Parke
‘Robusta’, ‘Stretch Johnson’, ‘Carefree Spirit’
Helene Schoen Memorial Trophy
(“Rainbow” bloom progression)
Richard & Janis Parke
‘Whisper’, ‘Marijke Koopman’, ‘Olympiad’
Mitchie Moe Memorial Trophy
(3 mini sprays)
Barbara & Bruce Lind
‘Seattle Sunrise’
Vic Snitzler Memorial Trophy
(3 mini/MinFl blooms)
Richard & Janis Parke
‘Heidi’, ‘Dancing Flame’, ‘Kristin’
OPEN CHALLENGE CLASSES
Jake DeHaven Memorial Challenge
(HT/GR spray, FL spray, Shrub spray, in one vase)
Janis & Richard Parke
‘Robusta’, ‘Helen Naude’, ‘Fragrant Wave’
Rose Portrait Challenge
Jerry Kaija
‘Timeless’
Colorama Challenge
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Richard & Janis Parke
‘Tineke’, ‘Olympiad’, ‘Diana, Princess of Wales’, ‘Honor’, ‘Gemini’
Marian Seeley Challenge
(3 Austin roses)
Ron Backman
‘Graham Thomas’
Rose in a Bowl
Barbara & Bruce Lind
‘Fame!’
Floribunda Challenge
(3 Fl sprays)
Greg & Karen Madsen
‘Doris Day’, ‘South Africa’, ‘Hot Cocoa’
Potpourri Challenge
Gretchen & Mike Humphrey
Mixed varieties
Small Gardens only Challenge
Pauline Feuling
‘Festival Fanfare’
Olympia Rose Society Challenge
Jerry Kaija
‘The Pilgrim’
Most Fragrant Rose
Richard & Janis Parke
‘Firefighter’
Miniature Rose in a Bowl
Greg & Karen Madsen
‘Bee’s Knees’
Miniature English Box
Gretchen & Michael Humphrey
‘Dancing Flame’, ‘Bees’ Knees’, ‘Ruby Baby’
Miniature Bloom Progression
Carl & Carolyn Finch
‘Incognito’
Miniature Portrait
Jerry Kaija
‘Glowing Amber’
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OTHER HORTICULTURAL CLASSES
Three HTs
Jerry Kaija
‘Kardinal’
Three Floribunda Sprays
(One Variety)
Mike & Alexa Peterson
‘Gebruder Grimm’
Three Austin Shrubs
Richard & Janis Parke
‘Mary Magdalene’, ‘Lilian Austin’, ‘The Squire’
Three Miniatures
(One variety)
Barbara & Bruce Lind
‘Irresistible’
New York District Rose Show
August 23, 2014
Syracuse, NY
(In conjunction with the New York State Fair)
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
J. Horace McFarland District Memorial Trophy
Not awarded
Ralph S. Moore District Trophy
Dave Stever
‘Jean Kenneally’, ‘Baby Boomer’, ‘Joy’, ‘Incognito’,
‘Ruby Red’, ‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Linville’
All-America Rose Selections Trophy
Anne Gibson
‘Bewitched’, ‘Olympiad’, ‘Double Delight’
Griffith Buck Perpetual Trophy
Dorothy Storms
‘Lady Elsie May’, ‘Carefree Delight’, ‘Graham Thomas’
Penn-Jersey District Rose Show
September 6, 2014
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
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J. Horace McFarland District Memorial Trophy
Ken Borrmann
‘Veteran’s Honor’, ‘Randy Scott’, ‘Mavrik’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’, ‘Affirm’
Photo by Andrew Hearne
Ralph S. Moore District Trophy
Mike & Sally Wrightstone
‘Jean Kenneally’, ‘Breath of Spring’, ‘Bee’s Knees’,
‘Nancy Jean’, ‘Joy’, ‘Soroptimist International’, ‘Luis Desamero’
Griffith Buck Shrub Trophy
Bill & Kathy Kozemchak
‘Carefree Marvel’, ‘Heart ‘n’ Soul’, ‘Swan’
J. Benjamin Wiliams Miniflora Trophy
(6 MinFl )
Ken Borrmann
‘Foolish Pleasure’, ‘Whirlaway’, ‘Tiffany Lynn’,
‘Shameless’, ‘Abby’s Angel’, ‘First Choice’
Philadelphia Rose Society Challenge Trophy
(English Box)
Ken Borrmann
‘Randy Scott’, ‘Dona Martin’, ‘Desperado’,
‘My Lady Barbara’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’ (2)
Harrisburg Rose Society Challenge Trophy
(Mini Box)
Pat Lawrence
‘Fairhope’, ‘Kristin’, ‘Sweet Caroline’
Jack D. Lissemore Friendship Trophy
(Matched pair)
Ken Borrmann
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‘Randy Scott’
Pittsburgh Rose Society Challenge Trophy
(3 HT)
Ken Borrmann
‘Dublin’, ‘Cajun Moon’, ‘Louise Estes’
West Jersey Rose Society Challenge Trophy
(3 mini)
Pat Lawrence
‘Millie Waters’, ‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Center Gold’
South Penn Area Rose Society Challenge Trophy
(Large Cycle of Bloom)
Bill Hylen
‘Aquarius’
York Area Rose Society Challenge Trophy
(Mini Cycle of Bloom)
Pat Lawrence
‘Irresistible’
Reading-Berks Rose Society Challenge Trophy
(Hi- Lo)
Bill & Kathy Kozemchak
‘Secret’, ‘Joy’
Frank Benardella Challenge Trophy
(Hi-Lo, Min/MinFl)
Mike & Sally Wrightstone
‘Joy’, ‘Foolish Pleasure’
Philadelphia Rose Society Seedling Trophy
Glenn & Donna Smith
‘Y2K’ x ‘Dr Tommy Cairns’
Yankee District Rose Show
September 6, 2014
Brewster, Massachusetts
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
J. Horace McFarland District Memorial Trophy
Jon Heino
‘Elle’, ‘Touch of Class’, ‘Rina Hugo’, ‘Maggie Barry’, ‘Pink Promise’
Ralph S. Moore District Trophy
Craig Dorschel
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‘Irresistible’, ‘Child’s Play’, ‘Erin Alonso’, ‘Ty’, ‘Sweet Revenge’, ‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Oxbow’
Yankee Rosarian District Trophy
(3 shrubs)
Audrey & Oz Osborne
‘Scepter’d Isle’, ‘Tess of the d’Urbervilles’, ‘Glamis Castle’
Yankee Miniflora Trophy
Dave & Dorothy Ciak
‘Eternity’, ‘Dr. Troy Garrett’, ‘Tiffany Lynn’, ‘Cooper’, ‘Whirlaway’
North Central District Rose Show
September 13, 2014
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
J. Horace McFarland Memorial District Trophy
Bob Woodworth
‘Elmhurst’, ‘Moonstone’, ‘Mavrik’, ‘Uncle Joe’, ‘Agnes Winchel’
Photo by Steve Singer
Ralph Moore District Trophy
Steve Singer
‘The Lighthouse’, ‘Olivia Rose’, ‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Miss Flippins’, ‘Dancing Flame’,
‘Daddy Frank’, ‘Josh Alonso’
Richard S. Wilcox District Trophy
Joe & Carrie Bergs
‘Cinnamon Dolce’, ‘Firefighter’, ‘Veteran’s Honor’
Eugene S. Boerner District Trophy
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No entries
Floyd W. Johnson District Trophy
Lois Ann Helgeson
‘Henry Kelsey’, ‘Mme de Stael’, ‘Emily Garr’,
‘Winnipeg Parks’, ‘Marie Victorin’, ‘Belle Poitevine’
All-America Rose Selection Trophy
Joe & Carrie Bergs
‘Dick Clark’, ‘Lady Elsie May’, ‘Sunshine Daydream’
Dr. Griffith J. Buck District Trophy
Not awarded
Robert (Bob) Churilla Memorial District Trophy
Lynda Fleming
‘Caledonia’
District Director’s Miniflora Rose Trophy
Andy Plasz
‘Abby’s Angel’, ‘Show Stopper’, ‘Tammy Clemons’, ‘Foolish Pleasure’, ‘Whirlaway’
OTHER CHALLENGE CLASSES
English Box Large
Marlin Johannes
‘Veteran’s Honor’, ‘Hannah Gordon’, ‘Winnipeg Parks’
Rose Bowl Large
John & Judy Schroeder
‘Randy Scott’
Artist’s Palette Floribunda
Lynda Fleming
‘Lady of the Dawn’, ‘Sexy Rexy’, ‘Jump For Joy’
Large Rose Picture Frame
Chris Franco
‘Sheer Joy’
Miniature English Box
Diane Sommers
‘Joy’
Miniature in a Bowl
John & Judy Schroeder
‘Joy’
Miniature Artist’s Palette
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Lynda Fleming
‘Salute’, ‘Chelsea Belle’, ‘Hot Tamale’, ‘Soroptimist International’, ‘Irresistible’
Miniature Picture Frame
John & Judy Schroeder
‘Joy’
Miniflora in a bowl
Andrew Plasz
‘Whirlaway’
Miniflora Artist’s Palette
Lynda Fleming
‘Gem O’ The Rockies’, ‘Baldo Villegas’, ‘Conundrum’, ‘Ghostzapper’
Central District Rose Show
September 20, 2014
Colfax, Iowa
ARS NATIONAL CHALLENGE CLASS
Portland “City of Roses” Trophy
Bob & Doris House
‘Apache Tears’, ‘Cajun Sunrise’, ‘Classic Touch’, ‘Moonstone’, ‘Pop Warner’
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
Photo courtesy Bob House
J. Horace McFarland Memorial Trophy
Bob & Doris House
‘Dublin’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’, ‘Special Merit’, ‘Veterans Honor’, ‘Uncle Joe’
Ralph S. Moore District Award
Don & Joan Swanson
‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Irresistible’, ‘Klassy Sunrise’, ‘Luis Desamero’,
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‘Miss Flippins’, ‘Soroptomist International’, ‘Ty’
Wichita Rose Society Trophy
(5 HT different color classes)
No entries
Max Woolery Trophy
(3 different red HT)
Bob & Doris House
‘Big Red’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’, ‘Uncle Joe’
Rose Society of the Ozarks Trophy
(3 pink HT)
Bob & Doris House
‘Affirm’
Mr. & Mrs. Phil Lewis District Trophy
(3 white HT)
Bob & Doris House
‘Artic Circle’, ‘Randy Scott’, ‘Suffolk’
Lincoln Rose Society Trophy
(5 open blooms)
No entries
Omaha Rose Society Trophy
(HT cycle of bloom)
No entries
Paul D. Morgan District Trophy
(3 Fl sprays)
No entries
Greater St. Louis Rose Society Trophy
(Matched pair)
Bob & Doris House
‘Cajun Sunrise’
Hi-Lo
No entries
Linn County Rose Society Trophy
(5 mini or miniflora)
Stan & Linda Horton
‘Bee’s Knees, ‘Baldo Villegas’, ‘Fairhope’, ‘Shameless; ‘Tiffany Lynn’
Bob & Doris House Trophy
(4 AOE winners)
Not awarded
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Joe Maupin Trophy
(mini bloom cycle)
Stan & Linda Horton
‘Memphis King’
Larry and Barbara Buster Keeper
(4 MinFl)
Stan & Linda Horton
‘Abby’s Angel’, ‘Baldo Villegas’, ‘Conundrum’, ‘Cooper’
Greater Kansas City Rose Council Trophy
(English box)
Bob & Doris House
‘Uncle Joe’
Warren & Mary Ann Brooks Trophy
(Mini/Min/fl box)
Stan & Linda Horton
‘Daddy Frank’, ‘Dancing Flame’, ‘Dr. Tommy Cairns’, ‘Eternal Flame’, ‘Lady Bren’,
‘Miss Flippins’
Topeka Rose Society Trophy
(Rose in bowl)
Mike & Anita Eckley
‘Rina Hugo’
E.V. Kimbrew Trophy
(Mini bowl)
Don & Joan Swanson
‘Soroptimist International’
Satterlee Memorial Trophy
(MinFl bowl)
John & Peg Slusher
‘Show Stopper’
Buckeye District Rose Show
September 21, 2014
Waldo, Ohio
J. Horace McFarland Memorial Trophy
David & Lois Ackers
‘Let Freedom Ring’, ‘Louise Estes’, ‘Natasha Monet’,
‘Stainless Steel’, ‘Veterans’ Honor’
Ralph S. Moore District Trophy
Elton Smith
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‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Breath of Spring’, ‘Magic Show’, ‘Nancy Jean’,
‘Sandy Lundberg’, ‘Soroptimist International’, ‘You’re The One’
Past Presidents Trophy
Larry Schock
‘Our Lady of Guadalupe’
Wilbur H. Hruby Consulting Rosarian Trophy
Not awarded
Harry O’Brien Memorial Trophy
Susan & Peter Schneider
‘Neige d’Eté’, ‘Pink Prosperity’
Betty Pavey Buckeye Bowl
(4 HTs pink or pink blend)
Not awarded
Mull-Pott Pot
(3 HTs white)
David & Lois Ackers
‘Helen Naudé’ (3)
The Paul Pencil All-America Selection Trophy
(3 AARS HTs)
Jim & Anne Hering
‘Gemini’, ‘St. Patrick’, ‘Touch of Class’
Robert W. Lawton Memorial Trophy
(Bloom cycle)
David & Lois Ackers
‘St. Patrick’
Wenzel Trophy
(Hi-Lo)
David & Lois Ackers
‘Randy Scott’, ‘Whirlaway’
Herbert W. Bope Trophy
(1 HT, 1 Gr, 1 Fl spray)
David & Lois Ackers
‘Eternity’, ‘Lavaglut’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’
ARS Dr. Griffith J. Buck District Trophy
(3 shrubs)
Susan & Peter Schneider
‘Elmshorn’, ‘Susan Schneider’, ‘Sweet Frédérique’
J. Benjamin Williams Miniflora Challenge
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Elton Smith
‘Butter Cream’, ‘Foolish Pleasure’, ‘Powerhouse’, ‘Rocky Top’,
‘Shameless’, ‘Show Stopper’, ‘Whirlaway’
Colonial District Rose Show
October 4, 2014
Richmond, Virginia
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
J. Horace McFarland District Memorial Trophy
John & Cherylynn Smith
‘Randy Scott’, ‘Sunny Sundays’, ‘Dublin’, ‘Gemini’,
‘Snuffy’, ‘Let Freedom Ring’
Ralph S. Moore District Trophy
Gary & Monica Rankin
‘Pierrine’, ‘Irresistible’, ‘Nancy Jean’, ‘Joy’,
‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Linville’, ‘Alysheba’
E. D. Duval Perpetual Trophy
(Stages of Bloom)
Lynda & Steven Grass
‘Randy Scott’
C. H. Lewis Perpetual Trophy
(1 Ht, 1 Gr, 1 Fl spray)
Pat Taylor
‘Elizabeth Taylor’, ‘Gold Medal’, ‘Lady of the Dawn’
AARS Perpetual Trophy
(3 AARS HT)
John & Cherylynn Smith
‘Olympiad’, ‘Sheer Bliss’, ‘Gemini’
Colonial District Members’ Trophy
(4 HT)
John & Cherylynn Smith
‘Baby’s Blush’
L. L. Lilly Memorial Trophy
(4 mini sprays)
Not awarded
Regional Director Richard Donovan Trophy
(1 HT, 1 Fl spray, 1 mini spray)
Pat Taylor
‘Primrose Queen’, ‘Julia Child’, ‘Fairhope’
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Charlie Bell Hi-Lo Memorial Trophy
Pamela Powers
‘Sheer Bliss’, ‘Leading Lady’
Denver Ray District Memorial Trophy
(3 HT, incl 1 Double Delight)
Bernice Walker
‘Veterans’ Honor’, ‘Double Delight’, ‘Moonstone’
Wheeler McFadden, Jr. Memorial Trophy
(HT in frame)
John & Cherylynn Smith
‘Randy Scott’
J. Benjamin Williams Miniflora Rose Challenge
(5 miniflora)
Gary & Monica Rankin
‘All American Girl’ (2), ‘Show Stopper’, ‘First Choice’ (2)
Griffith Buck District Trophy
(3 shrub sprays)
Not awarded
Carolina District Show
Columbia, South Carolina
October 10, 2014
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
J. Horace McFarland Memorial Trophy
Paul & Charlotte Blankenship
‘Veterans’ Honor’, ‘Opulence’, ‘Here’s Gert’, ‘Gemini’, ‘Louise Estes’
Ralph S. Moore District Award
Paul & Charlotte Blankenship
‘Daddy Frank’, ‘Bee’s Knees’, ‘Joy’, ‘Nancy Jean’,
‘Best of ‘04’, ‘Renegade’, ‘Doris Morgan’
Dr Griffith Buck District Trophy
Jim Miller & Bill Patterson
‘Quietness’, ‘Mary Rose’, ‘Claire Rose’
Howard Walters Challenge
No entries
Millie Walters Challenge
Sandy & Bob Lundberg
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‘Ty’
Tom & Ilse Estridge Floribunda Challenge
Sandy & Bob Lundberg
‘Kanegem’, ‘Pete Musser’, ‘Sheila’s Perfume’
“Roses Unlimited” Old Garden Rose Bouquet
Ricky Waites
‘Green Rose’, ‘Bower’s Red’ [?]
Marlon Wright District Mini/Miniflora Challenge Trophy
Not awarded
Top Gun AARS Challenge
Fred Wright
‘Gemini’, ‘St. Patrick’, ‘Color Magic’
OPEN CHALLENGE CLASSES
Exhibition English Box
Gary Whitt
‘Jewel Grace’, ‘Gemini’, ‘Hot Princess’
Mini/Miniflora Exhibition English Box
Paul & Charlotte Blankenship
‘Deja Blu’ (2), ‘Shirley Raye’ (2), ‘Powerhouse’ (2)
Arthur Cottingham Memorial Challenge
Delores Snellgrove
‘Elegant Beauty’
Miniature American Box Challenge
Paul & Charlotte Blankenship
‘Tiffany Lynn’ & ‘Tiffany Lite’
Michael C. Williams Challenge
Paul & Charlotte Blankenship
‘Cooper’ (2), ‘Mary Pickersgill’ (2), ‘Pierrine’, ‘Miss Charleston’
Cycle of Bloom
Fred Wright
‘Gemini’
Hi - Lo
Delores Snellgrove
‘Baldo Villegas’ & ‘Dina Gee’
Three Hybrid Teas / Same Variety
Fred Wright
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‘Gemini’
Five Hybrid Teas / Same Variety
Delores Snellgrove
‘Pop Warner’
Mini / Miniflora Cycle of Bloom
Paul & Charlotte Blankenship
‘Nancy Jean’
Floating Miniature / Miniflora
Gary Whitt
‘Princess Katelyn’
Mini / Miniflora (Three Same Variety)
James & Brenda Richardson
‘Nancy Jean’ & ‘Tammy Clemons’
Mini / Miniflora (Three Different Varieties)
Paul & Charlotte Blankenship
‘First Choice’, ‘Tiffany Lynn’, ‘Tammy Clemons’
Mini / Miniflora (Five Same Variety)
James & Brenda Richardson
‘Robin Alonso’
Mini / Miniflora (Five Different Varieties)
James & Brenda Richardson
‘Foolish Pleasure’, ‘Charismatic’, ‘Butter Cream’, ‘Power Point’, ‘Ambiance’
Novice Queen - HT / GR
Kathy Shaw
‘St. Patrick’
Novice King - Mini / Miniflora
Kathy Shaw
‘Foolish Pleasure’
Novice Princess - Shrub or Climber
Lori Sperry
‘The Fairy’
NCNH District Rose Show
October 11, 2014
San Rafael, California
J Horace McFarland Memorial Trophy
No entries
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Ralph S. Moore District Trophy
Baldo Villlegas
‘Ruby Pendant’, ‘Apricot Twist’, ‘Pucker Up’,
‘Amber Star’, ‘Becka Anne’, ‘Alysheba’, ‘Cheer Up’
Edwin and Darley Lisherness Trophy
(3 white HT)
No entries
Dr. D. Jay Nichols Trophy
(3 yellow HT)
Not awarded
Captain Harry Stebbings Trophy
(3 pink HT)
No entries
Clyde H. Stocking Memorial Trophy
(3 pink HT)
Sandee Kolter
‘Gemini’
Alfred Leloy, Jr Memorial Trophy
(3 red HT)
No entries
Dr. Ron Brooks Perpetual Trophy
(3 HT introduced within the last 5 years)
No entries
Esther K. Hughes “Peace” Trophy
Rosemary Sawyer
‘Lasting Peace’
American Rose Foundation Windsounds Trophy
(Cycle of bloom]
Sally Estee
‘Firefighter’
Baptiste Michelis Memorial Trophy
(1 HT, 1 Gr, 1 Fl)
Baldo Villegas
‘Veterans’ Honor’, ‘Dick Clark’, ‘Cinco de Mayo’
Richard Tyson Memorial Trophy
(3 HT, 2 Fl sprays)
Sandee Kolter
‘First Prize’, ‘Lavaglut’
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Laura Sutter Memorial Trophy
(3 mauve]
Not awarded
Ramona Stocking Trophy
(1 Fl spray)
Lou Evans
‘Eureka’
J. Harvey Brown Perpetual Trophy
(3 Fl sprays)
No entries
AARS Challenge Class
No entries
Annette Dobbs Trophy
(One stem, any type single)
Sandy Simon
‘Altissimo’
Clementina Monteleone Perpetual Trophy
(Fragrant red HT)
Sally Estee
‘Firefighter’
Clay Morgan Perpetual Trophy
(English box)
Lou Evans
‘Brigadoon’, ‘Secret’, ‘Double Delight’, ‘Della Reese’, ‘Stainless Steel’, ‘Brandy’
Dr. Howard I. Gallagher Memorial Trophy
[Mini English box)
Not awarded
District Director’s Miniflora Rose Trophy
(5 MinFl)
Baldo Villegas
‘Foolish Pleasure’, ‘Memphis Blue’, ‘Leading Lady’, ‘Dr. Troy Garrett’,
‘Shameless’
Bill & Muriel Humenick Trophy
(3 blends)
Not awarded
Tenarky District Rose Show
October 11, 2014
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Memphis, Tennessee
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
J. Horace McFarland Memorial Trophy
Joanna Deck
‘Marilyn Wellan’, ‘King Kong’, ‘Mr. Caleb’, ‘Veterans’ Honor’, ‘Affirm’
Ralph S. Moore District Award
Joanna Deck
‘Fairhope’, ‘Nancy Jean’, ‘Joy’, ‘Soroptimist International’,
‘Doris Morgan’, ‘Renegade’, ‘Memphis King’
Mack & Marybeth Blackburn District Award
(4 HTs)
Joanna Deck
‘Louise Estes’, ‘Hey Paula’, ‘Moonstone’, ‘Suffolk’
Kent Campbell District Award
(4 Hts different color class)
Sharon Wuorenmaa
‘Ronald Reagan’, ‘Affirm’, ‘Elizabeth Taylor’, ‘Pink Promise’
Robert & Glenda Whitaker District Award
(4 pink HTs)
Joanna Deck
‘Affirm’, ‘Raspberry Swirls’, ‘Big Time’, ‘Hot Princess’
Charles Dawson Memorial District Award
(3 HT)
Joanna Deck
‘Veterans’ Honor’, ‘Mr. Caleb’
Lester Smith District Award
(3 HT or Gr same variety)
Joanna Deck
‘King Kong’
Peggy & Mary Jane Utz Memorial Award
(3 mini sprays)
Joanna Deck
‘Joy’
Monty Justice Memorial Award
Joanna Deck
‘Secret Lady’, ‘Mr. Caleb’, ‘Marlon’s Day’
District Director’s Miniflora District Award
(5 MinFl)
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Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch
‘Cachet’, ‘Baldo Villegas’, ‘Shameless’, ‘Abigail Elise’, ‘Liberty Bell’
Jimmy & Evelyn Moser District Award
(3 shrubs)
Sharon Wuorenmaa
‘Bonica’, ‘White Meidiland’, ‘Sir John Betjeman’
Tenarky District Grandiflora Challenge
(2 Gr)
Not awarded
Tenarky District Floribunda Challenge
(3 Fl)
Joanna Deck
‘Sheila’s Perfume’, ‘Natali’, ‘Remarkable’
Small Basket Challenge Award
Richard Anthony & Brenna Bosch
‘Magic Show’
LARGE BLOOM CHALLENGE CLASSES
Three Large Roses– BEST OF SHOW
Lavonne Glover
‘Veterans’ Honor’
Five Large Roses
Lavonne Glover
‘Veterans’ Honor’
Three Floribundas
Lavonne Glover
‘Europeana’
Three OGR
Mary Ann Hext
‘Rose de Rescht’
Three Shrubs
Lavonne Glover
‘Gardendirektor Otto Linne’
English Box Hybrid Tea
Lavonne Glover
‘Veterans’ Honor’
Rose in a Bowl
Lavonne Glover
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‘Veterans’ Honor’
MINIATURE ROSE CHALLENGE CLASSES
Senior Challenge Class
Sharon Wuorenmaa
‘Old Country Charm’, ‘Sis’, ‘Memphis King’
Three Miniatures
Joanna Deck
‘Nancy Jean’
Three Miniatures
Sharon Wuorenmaa
‘Sweet Caroline’, ‘Popcorn’, ‘Neon Cowboy’
Miniature English Box
Joanna Deck
‘Joy’
Stages of Bloom
Sharon Wuorenmaa
‘Memphis Music’
Mini Rose in a Bowl
Joanna Deck
‘Nancy Jean’
Picture Frame Miniature or Miniflora
Robert Jacobs
‘Joy’
Left Over Lovelies
Sharon Wuorenmaa
Mixed varieties
MINIFLORA ROSE CHALLENGE CLASSES
Three Minifloras
R J Anthony & Brenna Bosch
‘Conundrum’
Artist Palette Miniflora
R J Anthony & Brenna Bosch
‘Contrary Mary’, ‘Show Stopper’, ‘Brand New Girlfriend’,
‘Butter Cream’, ‘Peter Cottontail’
Miniflora English Box
Lavonne Glover
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‘Foolish Pleasure’
Miniflora Rose in a Bowl
R J Anthony & Brenna Bosch
‘Shameless’
South Central District Rose Show
October 17, 2014
Tyler, Texas
(In conjunction with Fall 2014 ARS National)
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
J Horace McFarland Memorial Trophy
Don & Paula Adlong
‘Moonstone’, ‘Here’s Sam’, ‘Veteran’s Honor’, ‘Louise Estes’, ‘Pop Warner’
Photo by Jack Dickson
Ralph S. Moore District Trophy
Jack & Lorrie Dickson
‘Memphis King’, ‘Nancy Jean’, ‘Renegade’, ‘Memphis Queen’,
‘Soroptimist International’, ‘Eternal Flame’, ‘Daddy Frank’
Deep South District Rose Show
November 1, 2014
Gainesville, Florida
NATIONAL CHALLENGE CLASS
ARS Rosedale Bowl
Ralph & Jean Stream
‘Big Red’, ‘Cajun Sunrise’, ‘Louise Estes’,
‘Desperado’, ‘Marlon’s Day’, ‘My Lady Barbara’
DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
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J. Horace McFarland District Trophy
Ralph & Jean Stream
‘Ceasar E. Chavez’, ‘Moonstone’, ‘Mr. Caleb’, ‘Cajun Sunrise’, ‘Gemini’
Ralph S. Moore District Award
Ralph & Jean Stream
‘Red Beauty’, ‘Edisto’, ‘Pierrine’, ‘Emma Grace’, ‘Soroptimist International’, ‘Joy’,
‘Memphis King’
Deep South Bulletin Trophy
(3 Fl sprays)
No entries
Deep South Bulletin Trophy
(3 Fl sprays)
No entries
Frances & George Johnston Old Garden Rose Bouquet Trophy
No entries
DSD Double English Box Trophy
Ralph & Jean Stream
‘St Patrick’, ‘Moonstone’
Katy Lampkin Award
Cindy Dale
‘Show Stopper’
District Director’s Miniflora Rose Trophy
(5 MinFl)
Ralph & Jean Stream
‘Lady E’Owyn’, ‘Dr. John Dickman’,
‘Tiffany Lynn’, ‘Louisville Lady’, ‘Glowing Sunset’
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Exhibitor(s)/Society/State-
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Myers,!Robert!&!Page,!Jack/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Villegas,!Baldo/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Schroeck,!Cal/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Kolter,!Sandee/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Hopper,!Beverly!Rose/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Parke,!Richard!&!Janis/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
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Bella’roma!
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Big!Red!
Black!Magic!
Black!Magic!
Black!Magic!
Black!Magic!
Blake!Hedrick!
Brandenburg!Gate!
Brigadoon!
Cajun!Sunrise!
Cajun!Sunrise!
Cajun!Sunrise!
Cesar!E.!Chavez!
Ch3Ching!!
Cherry!Parfait!
Cherry!Parfait!
Cherry!Parfait!
Cherry!Parfait!
Cherry!Parfait!
Cherry!Parfait!
Classic!Touch!
Color!Magic!
Coretta!Scott!King!
Crescendo!
Crescendo!
Crystalline!
Della!Reese!
Desperado!
Desperado!
Diane’s!Delight!
Dick!Clark!
Dick!Clark!
Dina!Gee!
Dona!Martin!
Dona!Martin!
Double!Delight!
Dublin!
Dublin!
Dublin!
Dublin!
Dublin!
Elina!
Elina!
Elina!
Elizabeth!Taylor!
European!Touch!
European!Touch!
Falling!in!Love!
Fame!!
Fantasy!
First!Prize!
Folklore!
Folklore!
Francis!Meilland!
Gemini!
Gemini!
HT/Gr!Spray!
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HT!Open!
Court!
Queen!
King!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Princess!
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King!
Princess!
Court!
Queen!
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King!
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Court!
Princess!
Princess!
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Princess!
Court!
Court!
Queen!
King!
Court!
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Queen!
King!
Princess!
Court!
Court!
King!
HT!Open!
HT/Gr!Open!
Court!
King!
Court!
Princess!
Queen!
Court!
Princess!
Court!
HT!Spray!
Princess!
Queen!
Queen!
PNW!
NY!
PJ!
CEN!
PNW!
NCNH!
NCNH!
CEN!
CEN!
GL!
PSW!
COL!
B!
COL!
NC!
NC!
Y!
NY!
CEN!
PSW!
PJ!
PJ!
CEN!
NCNH!
NCNH!
PNW!
NCNH!
CEN!
PSW!
CEN!
T!
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CEN!
NC!
COL!
NC!
COL!
COL!
GL!
GL!
NC!
NY!
PNW!
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B!
B!
NCNH!
PNW!
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NY!
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NY!
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133Sep!
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143Sep!
63Sep!
213Jun!
213Jun!
63Sep!
233Aug!
133Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
63Sep!
263Apr!
283Jun!
263Apr!
113Aug!
133Sep!
203Sep!
203Sep!
283Jun!
233Aug!
63Sep!
113Aug!
133Sep!
63Sep!
123Jul!
173May!
303Aug!
213Jun!
63Sep!
213Jun!
233Aug!
283Jun!
63Sep!
133Sep!
133Sep!
213Sep!
63Sep!
283Jun!
273Sep!
63Sep!
213Jun!
233Aug!
283Jun!
143Jun!
213Jun!
Gravelle,!Tracy/Spokane!RS/WA!
Delgiorno,!Annette/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Borrmann,!Ken/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Hixon,!Matt!&!Greta/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Hopper,!Beverly!Rose/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Owendyk,!Charlotte/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Fischer,!Dixie/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Kaplenski,!Mark/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Cordova,!Karen/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Meyer,!Brad/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Bergs,!Joe!&!Carrie/Gateway!RS/WI!
Ehrenreich,!Cindy!&!Irwin/Yankee!District/MA!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Fischer,!Dixie/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Lindeman,!Robert/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Phillips,!Glenn/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Elkin,!Hilary/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Coop.!Dave!&!Ruth/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Madsen,!Greg!&!Karen/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Owendyk,!Charlotte/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Morlok,!Ron!&!Jane/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Lehmann,!Tom/Louisville!RS/KY!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Monroe,!Bruce!&!Liz/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Huntington!RS/WV!
Borich,!Carol/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Powers,!Pam/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Munson,!Paul!&!Janine/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Heden,!Erik/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Heden,!Erik/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Finch,!Carl!&!Carolyn/Portland!RS/OR!
Schroeck,!Cal/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Schneider,!Peter!&!Susan/Buckeye!District/OH!
Coleman,!Deane/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Lind,!Barbara!&!Bruce/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Turek,!John/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Kahler,!James/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Williams,!Elena/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Mehnert,!Kim/Western!NY!RS/NY!
Heden,!Erik/Syracuse!RS/NY!
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Gemini!
Gemini!
Gemini!
Gemini!
Gemini!
Gemini!
Gemini!
Gold!Medal!
Gold!Medal!
Gold!Medal!
Gold!Medal!
Good!as!Gold!
Grande!Amore!
Grande!Amore!
Great!Scott!
Helen!Naudé!
Helen!Naudé!
Hot!Princess!
Hot!Princess!
Hot!Princess!
Independance!du!Luxembourg!
Ingrid!Bergman!
Jane!Pauley!
Jewel!Grace!
Jewel!Grace!
JoAnn!Edwards!
Kardinal!
King!of!Hearts!
LeAnn!Rimes!
LeAnn!Rimes!
Let!Freedom!Ring!
Let!Freedom!Ring!
Let!Freedom!Ring!
Liebeszauber!
Louise!Estes!
Louise!Estes!
Louise!Estes!
Louise!Estes!
Louise!Estes!
Louise!Estes!
Love!
Love!
Love!
Love!
Love!&!Peace!
Love!&!Peace!
Love’s!Kiss!
Loving!Memory!
Lynette!
Lynn!Anderson!
Mamy!Blue!
Marilyn!Monroe!
Marilyn!Monroe!
Marilyn!Monroe!
Marilyn!Monroe!
Marilyn!Monroe!
Marilyn!Monroe!
Queen!
King!
King!
Princess!
HT!Open!
HT/Gr!Spray!
HT/Gr!Spray!
HT/Gr!Spray!
Court!
HT!Open!
Gr!Spray!
HT/Gr!Spray!
HT!Open!
Queen!
HT/Gr!Spray!
King!
Queen!
King!
King!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Queen!
Queen!
King!
Court!
Queen!
Queen!
HT!Open!
Queen!
Princess!
Princess!
Princess!
Queen!
Queen!
Queen!
King!
King!
Princess!
Queen!
Court!
HT!Open!
Gr!Spray!
Queen!
HT!Open!
King!
Princess!
Court!
Court!
Princess!
Queen!
King!
Princess!
Princess!
Court!
Court!
T!
PNW!
CEN!
COL!
GL!
PNW!
PNW!
NCNH!
GL!
NCNH!
CEN!
B!
PNW!
NCNH!
CEN!
CEN!
PNW!
PNW!
NC!
NY!
COL!
RM!
NY!
CEN!
PSW!
COL!
PSW!
CEN!
NC!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
NY!
B!
NC!
CEN!
CEN!
CEN!
B!
PNW!
T!
B!
B!
B!
GL!
NCNH!
CEN!
PNW!
PNW!
CEN!
NCNH!
NC!
GL!
NY!
PNW!
PNW!
CEN!
RM!
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113Aug!
143Sep!
283Jun!
263Apr!
203Sep!
133Sep!
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203Sep!
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63Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
273Sep!
263Apr!
123Jul!
213Jun!
213Jun!
123Jul!
283Jun!
133Sep!
303Aug!
Phelps,!Carolyn/Louisville!RS/KY!
Garrison,!Stan/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Wolford,!James/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Parke,!Janis!&!Richard/Portland!RS/OR!
Wall,!Dorothy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Kaplenski,!Mark/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Arrington,!!Debbie/Sacramento!RS/CA!
McCann,!Jim!&!Mary/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Smith,!Elton/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Davis,!Marlene/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Villegas,!Baldo/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Sitton,!John/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Rossetto,!Louis!&!Sally/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/Gateway!RS/WI!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Huntington!RS/WV!
Waltry,!Beverly/Denver!RS/CO!
Gibson,!Ann/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Wright,!Fred/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Woodworth,!Bob/Gateway!RS/WI!
Pennington,!Steve!&!Nancy/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Schafer,!Lynn/Spokane!RS/WA!
Garrison,!Stan!&!Gladys/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Schock,!Larry/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Tschida,!Jim/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Central!District/IA!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Hartranft,!Tim/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Pennington,!Steve!&!Nancy/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Lehmann,!Tom/Louisville!RS/KY!
Schroeck,!Cal/Forest!City!RS/OH!
St.!James,!Chuck/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
St.!James,!Chuck/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Bevelhymer,!Charles!&!Celina/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Wall,!Dorothy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
McCann,!Jim/Central!District/IA!
Cavanaugh,!Jim!&!Nancy/Portland!RS/OR!
Sheppard,!Ken/Seattle!RS/WA!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Terrell,!Bill/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Keiser,!Deb/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Gibson,!Ann/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Parke,!Richard!&!Janis/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Waylett,!Patricia/Spokane!RS/WA!
Stadler,!Normalee/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Waltry,!Beverly/Denver!RS/CO!
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Marilyn!Monroe!
Marilyn!Monroe!
Marilyn!Monroe!
Marilyn!Wellan!
Marilyn!Wellan!
Marilyn!Wellan!
Marlon’s!Day!
Marlon’s!Day!
Mavrik!
Mavrik!
Mavrik!
Mavrik!
Mavrik!
Mavrik!
Midas!Touch!
Milestone!
Milestone!
Miss!Katelyn!
Miss!Liberté!
Mister!Lincoln!
Mister!Lincoln!
Misty!Twilight!
Mohana!
Moonstone!
Moonstone!
Moonstone!
Moonstone!
Moonstone!
Moonstone!
Moonstone!
Moonstone!
My!Lady!Barbara!
My!Lady!Barbara!
My!Lady!Barbara!
Opening!Night!
Opening!Night!
Opening!Night!
Opening!Night!
Pacific!Celebration!
Paradise!
Paradise!
Paradise!!
Paradise!Found!
Peace!
Peace!
Peter!Frankenfeld!
Pop!Warner!
Pop!Warner!
Pop!Warner!
Pope!John!Paul!II!
Queen!Charlotte!
Queen!Elizabeth!
Randy!Scott!
Randy!Scott!
Randy!Scott!
Randy!Scott!
Randy!Scott!
Court!
HT!Open!
HT!Open!
HT!Spray!
Queen!
Queen!
HT!Open!
Princess!
Court!
Queen!
King!
King!
Court!
Court!
Court!
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Court!
HT/Gr!Spray!
King!
Princess!
HT!Open!
HT/Gr!Spray!
Court!
Court!
Queen!
King!
King!
King!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Queen!
King!
Princess!
Princess!
HT!Open!
HT!Open!
HT!Open!
Princess!
King!
Court!
Court!
Queen!
Court!
HT!Open!
Princess!
Queen!
King!
HT!Open!
Queen!
Queen!
Gr!Spray!
Queen!
Queen!
Queen!
Queen!
Queen!
GL!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
RM!
B!
NC!
NC!
COL!
B!
GL!
PJ!
CEN!
B!
PJ!
PNW!
COL!
CEN!
COL!
NY!
NY!
RM!
NCNH!
COL!
GL!
COL!
B!
T!
GL!
B!
NCNH!
PNW!
PJ!
PJ!
COL!
PNW!
GL!
PNW!
B!
PJ!
NY!
NC!
B!
PNW!
NC!
RM!
Y!
B!
CEN!
B!
Y!
PNW!
B!
B!
PJ!
NC!
PNW!
COL!
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63Sep!
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63Sep!
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283Jun!
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133Sep!
123Jul!
63Sep!
133Sep!
133Sep!
303Aug!
Whittaker,!Marilyn/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Kaija,!Jerry/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Hixon,!Greta!&!Matt/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Schock,!Larry/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/Gateway!RS/WI!
Johannes,!Marlin/North!Central!District/WI!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Huntington!RS/WV!
Hartranft,!Tim/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Borrmann,!Ken/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Hartranft,!Tim/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Borrmann,!Ken/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Kolkhorst,!Lou!&!Sharon/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Parsell,!Dick!&!Jeanette/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Dee,!Gerry!&!Linda/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Wright,!Fred/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Styn,!Jim/Western!NY!RS/NY!
DelGiorno,!Annette/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Muzy,!Joseph/Denver!RS/CO!
Wall,!Dorothy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Kaplenski,!Gail/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Hartranft,!Tim/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Jansing,!Linda/Louisville!RS/KY!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Schock,!Larry/Buckeye!District/OH!
Kinnick,!Debra/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Seattle!RS/WA!
Borrmann,!Ken/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Borrmann,!Ken/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Wright,!Fred/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Portland!RS/OR!
Kaplenski,!Gail/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Linman,!Jim/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Miller,!Mark/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Borrmann,!Ken/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Styn,!Jim/Western!NY!RS/NY!
Larson,!Dennis!&!Evie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Miller,!Mark!&!Terri/Buckeye!District/OH!
Hoffman,!Ray/Spokane!RS/WA!
Stillings,!Jim!&!Sharon/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Mann,!Kathryn/Denver!RS/CO!
Dorschel,!Craig/Yankee!District/MA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Buckeye!District/OH!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Osborn,!Audrey!&!Oz/Yankee!District/MA!
Humphrey,!Gretchen!&!Mike/Seattle!RS/WA!
Schroeck,!Cal/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Ackers,!David/Buckeye!Top!Gun/OH!
Borrmann,!Ken/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Finch,!Carl!&!Carolyn/Portland!RS/OR!
Powers,!Pam/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
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Randy!Scott!
Randy!Scott!
Randy!Scott!
Randy!Scott!
Red!Intuition!
Rejoice!
Rina!Hugo!
Ronald!Reagan!
Sheer!Elegance!
Sheer!Joy!
Signature!
Signature!
Signature!
Sister!Jane!
Snuffy!
Snuffy!
Snuffy!
Solitaire!
South!Africa!
St.!Patrick!
St.!Patrick!
St.!Patrick!
St.!Patrick!
St.!Patrick!
Stephens’!Big!Purple!
Suffolk!
Sugar!Moon!
Sunset!Celebration!
Sunset!Song!
Sunstruck!
Sunstruck!
Sunstruck!
Sunstruck!
Susan!Barry!
Swarthmore!
The!Lady!
Tineke!
Tineke!
Tineke!
Touch!of!Class!
Touch!of!Class!
Touch!of!Class!
Touch!of!Class!
Tournament!of!Roses!
Uncle!Joe!
Uncle!Joe!
Uncle!Joe!
Uncle!Joe!
Uncle!Joe!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Princess!
Princess!
Court!
Court!
Queen!
Gr!Spray!
Court!
Queen!
Princess!
Queen!
Queen!
Princess!
Court!
Court!
King!
King!
Princess!
Princess!
Gr!Spray!
King!
Princess!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Princess!
Princess!
HT!Open!
Princess!
HT!Open!
King!
King!
Princess!
Court!
HT!Spray!
Court!
King!
Queen!
King!
Court!
King!
King!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Queen!
Princess!
Court!
Court!
Court!
Queen!
Queen!
King!
Princess!
Princess!
Princess!
Princess!
Court!
Court!
NC!
COL!
RM!
B!
T!
GL!
RM!
NCNH!
PNW!
NC!
NY!
CEN!
NCNH!
CEN!
RM!
NC!
PJ!
PNW!
PNW!
B!
RM!
B!
CEN!
NCNH!
PNW!
T!
PNW!
NCNH!
NCNH!
T!
PNW!
NCNH!
RM!
GL!
T!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
NY!
GL!
RM!
GL!
CEN!
CEN!
GL!
CEN!
B!
T!
CEN!
B!
RM!
CEN!
B!
PNW!
CEN!
NY!
B!
RM!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
213Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
143Sep!
163Aug!
283Jun!
283Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
123Jul!
233Aug!
133Sep!
63Sep!
203Sep!
283Jun!
213Jun!
63Sep!
143Jun!
123Jul!
213Sep!
303Aug!
143Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
73Jun!
163Aug!
133Sep!
263Apr!
63Sep!
163Aug!
283Jun!
63Sep!
303Aug!
63Sep!
203Sep!
213Jun!
123Jul!
73Jun!
213Jun!
283Jun!
303Aug!
63Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
203Sep!
213Sep!
203Sep!
273Sep!
133Sep!
303Aug!
113Aug!
213Sep!
293Jun!
273Sep!
213Jun!
213Sep!
283Jun!
Singer,!Steve/Gateway!RS/WI!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Huntington!RS/WV!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Lehrman!Tom/KY!State!Fair/KY!
Bradley,!Jon!&!Jean/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Elkin,!Hilary/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Warner,!Pam/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Keiser,!Deb/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Wall,!Dorothy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Turek,!John/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Smith,!John!&!Cheryl/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Parke,!Richard!&!Janis/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Buckeye!District/OH!
Bergersen,!Carol/Denver!RS/CO!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Wall,!Dorothy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Linman,!Jim/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Phelps,!Carolyn/KY!State!Fair/KY!
Stenberg,!Carla!&!Gary/Portland!RS/OR!
Arrington,!!Debbie/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Sawyer,!Rosemary/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Lehrman!Tom/KY!State!Fair/KY!
Hoffman,!Ray/Spokane!RS/WA!
Kinnick,!Debra/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Morton,!Collette/Denver!RS/CO!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Rein,!Sheldon/Louisville!RS/KY!
Sheppard,!Ken/Seattle!RS/WA!
Garrison,!Stan/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Lorenz,!Paul/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Storms,!Dorothy/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Kaplenski,!Mark/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Gruenberger,!Marilee/Denver!RS/CO!
Otter,!Alice/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
House,!Bob!&!Doris/Central!District/IA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Buckeye!District/OH!
Jacobs,!Robert/Louisville!RS/KY!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Muzy,!Joseph/Denver!RS/CO!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Hartranft,!Tim/Buckeye!District/OH!
Michiline,!Jane/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Mohat,!Donald!&!Joyce/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Ross,!Clark!&!Roberts,!Ty/Buckeye!District/OH!
Baird,!Pollyann/Loveland!RS/CO!
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Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Veterans’!Honor!
Whisper!
White!Success!
Wild!Blue!Yonder!
Wild!Blue!Yonder!
Wild!Blue!Yonder!
Yves!Piaget!
FLORIBUNDAS-&-POLYANTHASAdobe!Sunrise!
Anne!Graber!
Anne!Harkness!
Apricot!Nectar!
Belinda![HMsk]!
Betty!Boop!
Betty!Boop!
Betty!Boop!
Betty!Boop!
Bill!Warriner!
Blastoff!
Blueberry!Hill!
China!Doll!
China!Doll!
Cinco!de!Mayo!
Dancing!Pink!
Dancing!Pink!
Day!Breaker!
Day!Breaker!
Day!Breaker!
Day!Breaker!
Doris!Day!
Easy!Does!It!
Ebb!Tide!
Enchanted!Evening!
Escapade!
Eureka!
Eureka!
Europeana!
Europeana!
Fabulous!!
Fifi!
Glad!Tidings!
Glad!Tidings!
Golden!Holstein!
Hakuun!
Hannah!Gordon!
Hannah!Gordon!
Hannah!Gordon!
Hannah!Gordon!
Hannah!Gordon!
Hannah!Gordon!
Happy!
Happy!Go!Lucky![Gr]!
Honey!Perfume!
Hot!Cocoa!
Hot!Cocoa!
Ice!White!
Court!
HT!Open!
HT!Open!
King!
HT!Spray!
King!
HT/Gr!Open!
Gr!Spray!
HT!Open!
!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!King!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Spray!King!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
GL!
B!
CEN!
PNW!
GL!
NC!
GL!
GL!
NCNH!
!
PNW!
B!
RM!
CEN!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
COL!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
RM!
B!
NC!
NY!
GL!
PNW!
PNW!
B!
PNW!
NC!
B!
PNW!
NCNH!
PSW!
GL!
RM!
PNW!
CEN!
NCNH!
GL!
CEN!
B!
NY!
B!
PJ!
COL!
NC!
B!
GL!
NC!
CEN!
RM!
PSW!
CEN!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
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213Sep!
273Sep!
293Jun!
213Jun!
123Jul!
213Jun!
63Sep!
63Sep!
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293Jun!
133Sep!
283Jun!
273Sep!
283Jun!
73Jun!
123Jul!
63Sep!
213Jun!
283Jun!
283Jun!
73Jun!
123Jul!
143Jun!
303Aug!
213Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
63Sep!
73Jun!
123Jul!
213Sep!
283Jun!
213Jun!
163Aug!
283Jun!
63Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
303Aug!
283Jun!
203Sep!
263Apr!
283Jun!
273Sep!
73Aug!
233Aug!
163Aug!
133Sep!
303Aug!
133Sep!
213Sep!
213Jun!
133Sep!
273Sep!
303Aug!
133Sep!
273Sep!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Clark!Ross!&!Ty!Roberts/Buckeye!District/OH!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Hixon,!Matt!&!Greta/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Cooke,!Lone/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Moyot,!Helen/East!Bay!RS/CA!
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Hixon,!Matt!&!Greta/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Schroeck,!Cal/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Muzy,!Joe!&!Faith/Loveland!RS/CO!
Mike!Pfister/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Smith,!Andrew/Spokane!RS/WA!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Corvallis!RS/OR!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Snedegar,!Archie!&!Linda/Huntington!RS/WV!
Wyckoff,!Jeff!&!Kathy/Seattle!RS/WA!
Schafer,!Lynn/Spokane!RS/WA!
Willrich,!Bob/Spokane!RS/WA!
Miles,!Stanley/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Cyrus,!Barbara/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Drobot,!Sheldon/Denver!RS/CO!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Buckeye!District/OH!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
McHale,!Mary!Pat/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Sitton,!John/Corvallis!RS/OR!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Herr,!Tom/Buckeye!District/OH!
Kolkhorst,!Lou!&!Sharon/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Munson,!Paul!&!Janine/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Miller,!Mark/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Warner,!Pam/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Wall,!Dorothy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Roman,!Carol/Denver!RS/CO!
Wilson,!Bill/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Villegas,!Baldo/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Whittaker,!Marilyn/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/Forest!City!RS/OH!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Schock,!Larry/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Goss,!Judy/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Powers,!Pam/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Hering,!Jim!&!Anne/Buckeye!District/OH!
Latta,!Joyce/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Christensen,!Carl/North!Central!District/WI!
Brower,!Rich!&!Nancy/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Katz,!Ellen/Denver!RS/CO!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Bagi,!Al/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
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Iceberg!
Johnny!Becnel!
Johnny!Becnel!
Julia!Child!
Julia!Child!
Julia!Child!
Kimberlina!
Lady!of!the!Dawn!
Lavaglut!
Lavaglut!
Let’s!Celebrate!
Let’s!Celebrate!
Livin’!Easy!
Lovely!Fairy!
Lovestruck!
Lullaby!
Lullaby!
Magenta!
Mardi!Gras!
Marie3Jeanne!
Matilda!
Monkey!Business!
Natali!
Pasadena!Star!
Passionate!Kisses!
Passionate!Kisses!
Pink!Pet![Ch!1928]!
Playboy!
Playboy!
Playboy!
Playgirl!
Playgirl!
Playgirl!
Pleasure!
Poulsen’s!Pearl!
Pretty!Lady!
Purple!Tiger!
Radox!Bouquet!
Red!Fairy!
Redgold!
Scentimental!
Scentimental!
Scentimental!
Scentimental!
Sexy!Rexy!
Sexy!Rexy!
Sexy!Rexy!
Sexy!Rexy!
Sexy!Rexy!
Showbiz!
Singin’!in!the!Rain!
Sneprinsesse!
Snövit!
Sparkle!&!Shine!
Sparkle!&!Shine!
Stadt!den!Helder!
Stadt!den!Helder!
Sunsprite!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Bloom!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Bloom!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Bloom!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Queen!
Fl!Bloom!
NY!
COL!
COL!
Y!
NY!
NC!
PNW!
T!
NC!
COL!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
COL!
NCNH!
NC!
PNW!
NC!
B!
B!
CEN!
GL!
PSW!
B!
T!
COL!
CEN!
PNW!
PJ!
COL!
PNW!
PNW!
PJ!
NC!
NC!
NC!
B!
NY!
RM!
B!
Y!
CEN!
COL!
T!
GL!
PNW!
PSW!
B!
NY!
COL!
NY!
NCNH!
PNW!
CEN!
CEN!
NCNH!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
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173May!
173May!
63Sep!
213Jun!
213Jun!
293Jun!
163Aug!
213Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
213Jun!
293Jun!
283Jun!
283Jun!
63Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
283Jun!
213Jun!
213Sep!
143Sep!
203Sep!
283Jun!
133Sep!
123Jul!
203Sep!
133Sep!
133Sep!
283Jun!
63Sep!
133Sep!
133Sep!
133Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
123Jul!
213Jun!
133Sep!
233Aug!
283Jun!
133Sep!
63Sep!
203Sep!
303Aug!
203Sep!
213Jun!
143Jun!
133Sep!
143Sep!
143Jun!
173May!
213Jun!
263Apr!
213Jun!
113Aug!
203Sep!
63Sep!
Wagner,!James/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Price,!Eve!&!Mike/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Osborn,!Audrey!&!Oz/Yankee!District/MA!
Gibson,!Ann/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Heebsh,!M/M!Larry/Gateway!RS/WI!
Ewing,!Pat/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Jansing,!Linda/KY!State!Fair/KY!
Lazar,!John/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Dolen,!Bill/Huntington!RS/WV!
Lind,!Barbara!&!Bruce/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Seattle!RS/WA!
Michiline,!Jane/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Parke,!Richard!&!Janis/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Warner,!Pam/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Rankin,!Gary!&!Monica/Huntington!RS/WV!
Jones,!Steve!&!Susie/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Martin,!Jo/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Mezera,!Karen/Gateway!RS/WI!
Schneider,!Peter!&!Susan/Buckeye!District/OH!
Schock,!Larry/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Pagliai,!Ed!&!Dee/Central!District/IA!
Kaplenski,!Gail/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Schock,!Larry/Buckeye!Top!Gun/OH!
Bergant,!Phyllis/Louisville!RS/KY!
Myers,!Robert!&!Page,!Jack/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Sheppard,!Ken/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Monroe,!Bruce!&!Liz/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Dumas,!Jan/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Sitton,!John!&!Cindy/Portland!RS/OR!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Portland!RS/OR!
Phillips,!Glenn/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Heebsh,!M/M!Larry/Gateway!RS/WI!
Bussa,!Rita/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/Gateway!RS/WI!
Schroeck,!Cal/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Storms,!Dorothy/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Dorschel,!Craig/Yankee!District/MA!
Clifton!&!Marge!Godfrey/Central!District/IA!
Powers,!Pam/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
Jacobs,!Robert/Louisville!RS/KY!
Stoffer,!Joan!&!Farris,!Judy/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Humphrey,!Gretchen!&!Michael/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Hering,!Jim!&!Anne/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Styn,!Jim/Western!NY!RS/NY!
Waites,!Susan/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Gibson,!Ann/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Magill,!Ernie!&!Sue/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Hixon,!Matt!&!Greta/Seattle!RS/WA!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Eckley,!Mike!&!Anita/Central!District/IA!
Kinnick,!Debra/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
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Sweet!Vivian!
The!Fairy!
The!Fairy!
The!Fairy!
The!Fairy!
The!Fairy!
The!Fairy!
Tuscan!Sun!
Verdun!
Walking!on!Sunshine!
White!Licorice!
Wing3Ding!
Wing3Ding!
Wing3Ding!
Wing3Ding!
Wing3Ding!
Wing3Ding!
Zenaitta!
CLIMBERS-&-SHRUBSAltissimo!
Altissimo!
Altissimo!
Altissimo!
Altissimo!
America!
Ballerina!
Ballerina!
Beach!Blanket!
Blanc!Double!de!Coubert!
Bouquet!Parfait!
Clair!Matin!
Clair!Matin!
Clair!Matin!
Cloud!10!
Darcey!Bussell!
Darlow’s!Enigma!
Darlow’s!Enigma!
Delicata!
Dinky!
Distant!Drums!
Dortmund!
Dortmund!
Dublin!Bay!
Dublin!Bay!
Erfurt!
F.!J.!Grootendorst!
Fisherman’s!Friend!
Fisherman’s!Friend!
Flower!Girl!
Flower!Girl!
Fourth!of!July!
Fourth!of!July!
Fourth!of!July!
Fourth!of!July!
Fourth!of!July!
Fourth!of!July!
Fragrant!Lavender!Simplicity!
Gertrude!Jekyll!
Fl!Bloom!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Spray!Princess!
Poly!Spray!
Fl!Spray!King!
Fl!Bloom!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
Poly!Spray!
!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Classic!Shrub!
Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Modern!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Climber!
Climber!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Shrub!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
PJ!
RM!
NY!
PJ!
CEN!
RM!
CEN!
RM!
Y!
PNW!
NC!
NCNH!
NCNH!
CEN!
PJ!
B!
PNW!
GL!
!
NCNH!
PNW!
NCNH!
CEN!
NCNH!
T!
PNW!
COL!
B!
PNW!
COL!
PJ!
COL!
GL!
Y!
PNW!
CEN!
PJ!
NCNH!
NC!
B!
PNW!
T!
PNW!
NC!
CEN!
PJ!
GL!
NY!
PSW!
NCNH!
NY!
PJ!
B!
PNW!
PNW!
GL!
NY!
PNW!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
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283Jun!
233Aug!
133Sep!
133Sep!
303Aug!
273Sep!
303Aug!
63Sep!
293Jun!
213Jun!
63Sep!
263Apr!
113Aug!
63Sep!
143Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
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263Apr!
283Jun!
63Sep!
203Sep!
63Sep!
203Sep!
123Jul!
133Sep!
213Sep!
283Jun!
173May!
133Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
273Sep!
63Sep!
263Apr!
213Jun!
143Sep!
283Jun!
203Sep!
143Jun!
213Jun!
113Aug!
133Sep!
213Jun!
233Aug!
133Sep!
63Sep!
213Jun!
63Sep!
213Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
283Jun!
213Jun!
283Jun!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Muzy,!Joe!&!Faith/Loveland!RS/CO!
DelGiorno,!Annette/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Phillips,!Glenn/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Fischer,!Dixie/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Kirby,!Mary/Denver!RS/CO!
Brower,!Rich!&!Nancy/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Drobot,!Sheldon/Denver!RS/CO!
Dorschel,!Craig/Yankee!District/MA!
Hixon,!Matt!&!Greta/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Franco,!Chris/Gateway!RS/WI!
Kolter,!Sandee/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Magill,!Ernie!&!Sue/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Godfrey,!Clif!&!Marge/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Miller,!Mark!&!Terri/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Baer,!Rich!&!Charold/Portland!RS/OR!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
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Frederick,!Judy/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Kolkhorst,!Lou!&!Sharon/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Cook,!Gregg/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Ed!&!Dee!Pagliai/Central!District/IA!
Jones,!Steve!&!Susie/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Miller,!Janet/Louisville!RS/KY!
Wilson,!Bill/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Simpson,!Henry!&!Stephany/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Smith,!Elton/Buckeye!District/OH!
Kreutzer,!Ed!&!Mary!Anne/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Youmans,!Marty/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Simpson,!Henry!&!Stephany/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Ehrenreich,!Cindy!&!Irwin/Yankee!District/MA!
Willrich,!Bob/Spokane!RS/WA!
Trost,!Rita/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Glaes,!Kevin/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Mackenzie,!Kathryn/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Munson,!Paul!&!Janine/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Campbell,!Lynn/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Willrich,!Bob/Spokane!RS/WA!
Hartke,!Richard/Louisville!RS/KY!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Stillings,!Jim!&!Sharon/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Godfrey,!Clif!&!Marge/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Stoffer,!Joan!&!Farris,!Judy/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Grillo,!Carl/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Green,!Shelby/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Coleman,!Deane/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Delgiorno,!Annette/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Hering,!Jim!&!Anne/Buckeye!District/OH!
Finch,!Carl!&!Carolyn/Portland!RS/OR!
Madsen,!Greg!&!Karen/Seattle!RS/WA!
Bradley,!Jon!&!Jean/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Delgiorno,!Annette/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
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Gertrude!Jekyll!
Golden!Unicorn!
Golden!Unicorn!
Golden!Wings!
Golden!Wings!
Graham!Thomas!
Griff’s!Red!
Heidelberg!
Heidelberg!
Henry!Kelsey!
Henry!Kelsey!
Jan’s!Wedding!
John!Cabot!
John!Davis!
Lady!of!the!Dawn![Fl]!
Lady!of!the!Mist!
Leonard!Dudley!Braithwaite!
Linda!Campbell!
Linda!Campbell!
Lyda!Rose!
Lyda!Rose!
Lyda!Rose!
Lyda!Rose!
Lyda!Rose!
Milwaukee’s!Calatrava!
Morden!Ruby!
Night!Owl!
Night!Owl!
Night!Owl![LCl]!
Olivier!Roellinger!
Orchid!Romance![Fl]!
Outta!the!Blue!
Princess!Anne!
Princess!Anne!
Prospero!
Purple!Splash!
Purple!Splash!
Quietness!
Red!Dagmar!
Red!Fountain!
Rhapsody!in!Blue!
Robin!Hood!
Rosa!rugosa![Sp]!
Rosarium!Uetersen!
Rosarium!Uetersen!
Sea!Foam!
Snowdrift!
Soaring!Spirits!
Sombreuil!
Stormy!Weather!
Stretch!Johnson!
Tamora!
Teasing!Georgia!
That’s!Jazz!
The!Charlatan!
The!Dark!Lady!
The!Dark!Lady!
The!Impressionist!
Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Shrub!Queen!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Shrub!
Shrub!Queen!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Climber!
Climber!
Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Shrub!King!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Shrub!King!
Climber!
Climber!
Modern!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Climber!
Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Classic!Shrub!
Climber!
Climber!
Shrub!
Shrub!Princess!
Climber!
Climber!
Climber!
Shrub!Princess!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Climber!
Modern!Shrub!King!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Climber!
PNW!
NC!
NC!
Y!
PNW!
COL!
CEN!
PNW!
PNW!
NC!
NC!
PNW!
NY!
NC!
CEN!
RM!
B!
RM!
Y!
PNW!
PJ!
T!
PNW!
PNW!
CEN!
NC!
NC!
COL!
PNW!
PJ!
NC!
NC!
NCNH!
NCNH!
PNW!
RM!
PNW!
CEN!
B!
CEN!
RM!
CEN!
B!
NY!
B!
COL!
NC!
COL!
PNW!
NC!
PNW!
PNW!
NCNH!
CEN!
B!
GL!
GL!
PNW!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
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213Jun!
133Sep!
63Sep!
213Jun!
173May!
113Aug!
283Jun!
213Jun!
213Jun!
133Sep!
283Jun!
213Jun!
123Jul!
273Sep!
303Aug!
163Aug!
303Aug!
63Sep!
123Jul!
133Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
73Jun!
203Sep!
213Jun!
213Jun!
173May!
143Jun!
63Sep!
123Jul!
213Jun!
63Sep!
263Apr!
73Jun!
303Aug!
283Jun!
133Sep!
133Sep!
273Sep!
283Jun!
133Sep!
213Sep!
233Aug!
133Sep!
303Aug!
123Jul!
63Sep!
283Jun!
133Sep!
73Jun!
133Sep!
263Apr!
113Aug!
133Sep!
283Jun!
63Sep!
123Jul!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Heebsh,!M/M!Larry/Gateway!RS/WI!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Dorschel,!Craig/Yankee!District/MA!
Martin,!Jo/Seattle!RS/WA!
Parsell,!Dick!&!Jeanette/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Godfrey,!Clif!&!Marge/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Martin,!Jo/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Martin,!Jo/Seattle!RS/WA!
Mezera,!Karen/Gateway!RS/WI!
Helgeson,!Lois!Ann/North!Central!District/WI!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Gibson,!Ann/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Keiser,!Deb/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Trost,!Rita/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Gruenberger,!Marilee/Denver!RS/CO!
Herr,!Tom/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Hoffman,!Ruth/Denver!RS/CO!
Knight,!Jacqueline/Yankee!District/MA!
Snitzler,!Margaret/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Phillips,!Glenn/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Jansing,!Linda/Louisville!RS/KY!
Snitzler,!Margaret/Portland!RS/OR!
Munidase,!Pilane/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Eckley,!Mike!&!Anita/Central!District/IA!
Munson,!Paul!&!Janine/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Johannes,!Marlin/Gateway!RS/WI!
Parsell,!Dick!&!Jeanette/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Fleck,!Judy/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Keiser,!Deb/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Fleming,!Lynda/Gateway!RS/WI!
Wall,!Dorothy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Owendyk,!Charlotte/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Selby,!Gail!&!Vi/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Holmes,!Gail/Denver!RS/CO!
Smith,!Andrew/Spokane!RS/WA!
Fischer,!Dixie/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Pfisterm!Mike/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Bergersen,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Haddow,!Patty/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Smith,!Elton/Buckeye!District/OH!
Kahler,!James/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Mooney,!Linda/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
Keiser,!Deb/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Fleek,!John!&!Diana/Huntington!RS/WV!
Bachman,!Ron/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Bergs,!Joe!&!Carrie/North!Central!District/WI!
Selby,!Gail!&!Vi/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Parks,!Gordon/Portland!RS/OR!
Lane3Piert,!Barbara/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Smith!Matthew/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Tacoma!RS/WA!
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Too!Hot!to!Handle!
Vanity!
Vegesacker!Charme!
Westerland!
White!Eden!
White!Meidiland!
Women!in!Military!
OLD-GARDEN-ROSESArchiduchesse!Elisabeth!
d’Autriche!
Baronne!Prévost!
Baronne!Prévost!
Belle!de!Crécy!
Bibi!Maizoon![S]!
Camaieux!
Clio!
Complicata!
Dragon’s!Eye!
Dragon’s!Eye!
Dragon’s!Eye!
Eugène!de!Beauharnais!
Green!Rose!
Green!Rose!
Green!Rose!
Henri!Martin!
Hugh!Dickson!
James!Mason!
Jules!Margottin!
Königen!von!Dänemark!
Lamarque!
Louis3Philippe!
Marchesa!Boccella!
Marchesa!Boccella!
Mme!Hardy!
Mons!Tillier!
Mrs!John!Laing!
Mutabilis!
Paul!Neyron!
Paul!Neyron!
Paul!Neyron!
Pink!Pet!
Pink!Pet!
Pink!Pet!
Proserpine!
Rosa!gallica!officinalis!
Rosa!gallica!officinalis!
Rosa!gallica!versicolor!
Rosa!moschata!
Rosa!rugosa!
Rosa!rugosa!alba!
Rosa!rugosa!alba!
Rosa!rugosa!alba!
Rosa!rugosa!alba!
Rosa!rugosa!rubra!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Climber!
Classic!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Queen!
Modern!Shrub!
Climber!
Modern!Shrub!
Modern!Shrub!
Princess!
!
PNW!
NCNH!
73Jun!
63Sep!
B!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
133Sep!
283Jun!
283Jun!
283Jun!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Kolkhorst,!Lou!&!Sharon/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Newcomb,!Carol/Spokane!RS/WA!
Mee,!Gwynne/Spokane!RS/WA!
133Sep!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
!
Victorian!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Dowager!
Genesis!
Genesis!
Genesis!
Dowager!
Genesis!
Genesis!
Genesis!
Genesis!
Genesis!
Genesis!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
B!
COL!
PNW!
PNW!
NC!
NC!
B!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
GL!
NY!
B!
PSW!
NY!
PNW!
NC!
B!
PNW!
PNW!
CEN!
CEN!
NCNH!
PNW!
COL!
PNW!
NCNH!
NCNH!
NC!
GL!
PJ!
PSW!
NCNH!
RM!
PNW!
GL!
NC!
COL!
PJ!
PNW!
PNW!
COL!
GL!
GL!
NY!
PNW!
NY!
B!
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213Sep!
173May!
143Jun!
283Jun!
213Jun!
213Jun!
133Sep!
213Jun!
283Jun!
143Jun!
133Sep!
213Jun!
233Aug!
163Aug!
133Sep!
213Jun!
283Jun!
213Jun!
213Sep!
283Jun!
293Jun!
273Sep!
203Sep!
63Sep!
213Jun!
133Sep!
73Jun!
63Sep!
263Apr!
133Sep!
213Jun!
133Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
283Jun!
213Jun!
213Jun!
213Jun!
133Sep!
133Sep!
283Jun!
123Jul!
173May!
63Sep!
283Jun!
213Jun!
123Jul!
233Aug!
Miles,!Stanley/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Sawyer,!Rosemary/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Schneider,!Peter!&!Susan/Buckeye!District/OH!
Long,!Joy/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Newcomb,!Carol/Spokane!RS/WA!
Henning,!Mark/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Mezera,!Karen/Gateway!RS/WI!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Gant,!Faith/Seattle!RS/WA!
Kolkhorst,!Lou!&!Sharon/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Portland!RS/OR!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Stever,!Dave/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Adams,!John/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Graham,!Susan/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Prianti,!Murial/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Lind,!Barbara!&!Bruce/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Henning,!Mark/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Schneider,!Peter!&!Susan/Buckeye!District/OH!
Sheppard,!Ken/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Bergsagel,!Andy/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Brower,!Rich!&!Nancy/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Godfrey,!Clifton!&!Marge/Central!District/IA!
Cook,!Gregg/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Seattle!RS/WA!
Davis,!Carolyn/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Whiddett,!Michael/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Ham,!Martine/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Knowles,!Linda/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Bergs,!Joe!&!Carrie/North!Central!District/WI!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Lucero,!John!&!CJ/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Jones,!Steve!&!Susie/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Drucker,!Margaret/Loveland!RS/CO!
Gant,!Faith/Seattle!RS/WA!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Bergs,!Joe!&!Carrie/Gateway!RS/WI!
Simpson,!Henry!&!Stephany/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Parke,!Richard!&!Janis/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Parke,!Richard!&!Janis/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Waites,!Susan/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Katt,!John/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Storms,!Dorothy/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Kahler,!James/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
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Rose!de!Rescht!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Rose!de!Rescht!
Rouletti!
Salet!
Salet!
Sidonie!
Sidonie!
Souv!de!la!Malmaison!
St.!Nicholas!
Stanwell!Perpetual!
Tuscany!Superb!
Ville!de!Saint!Denis!
Yolande!d’Aragon!
Yolande!d’Aragon!
Zéphirine!Drouhin!
Zéphirine!Drouhin!
MINIATURES-&-MINIFLORASAbby’s!Angel!
Abby’s!Angel!
Abby’s!Angel!
Abby’s!Angel!
Alisha!
All!a’Twitter!
Alysheba!
Ambiance!
Amy!Grant!
Andie!McDowell!
Anna!Ford!
Arcanum!
Arcanum!
Autumn!Splendor!
Autumn!Splendor!
Autumn!Splendor!
Autumn!Splendor!
Autumn!Splendor!
Baby!Boomer!
Baby!Boomer!
Baby!Love!
Baldo!Villegas!
Baldo!Villegas!
Baldo!Villegas!
Baldo!Villegas!
Bedazzled!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Victorian!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Victorian!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Dowager!
Victorian!
Victorian!
!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Spray!
Mini!Single!
Mini!King!
Mini!Court!
Mini!King!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Open!
Miniflora!Open!
Mini!King!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Single!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
COL!
PJ!
RM!
Y!
PNW!
CEN!
T!
GL!
PJ!
NCNH!
NC!
RM!
COL!
NC!
PNW!
NCNH!
B!
PNW!
PJ!
GL!
PNW!
!
B!
PJ!
PSW!
CEN!
NCNH!
GL!
CEN!
NCNH!
PNW!
PJ!
PNW!
NY!
COL!
PNW!
B!
T!
B!
B!
CEN!
NY!
PNW!
COL!
COL!
CEN!
CEN!
RM!
B!
PSW!
PNW!
COL!
PNW!
CEN!
NCNH!
RM!
NCNH!
B!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
173May!
63Sep!
303Aug!
63Sep!
283Jun!
273Sep!
203Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
123Jul!
303Aug!
63Sep!
213Jun!
123Jul!
263Apr!
133Sep!
73Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
293Jun!
!
213Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
63Sep!
213Jun!
203Sep!
63Sep!
283Jun!
133Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
133Sep!
203Sep!
143Sep!
213Sep!
273Sep!
213Jun!
123Jul!
173May!
63Sep!
203Sep!
203Sep!
283Jun!
163Aug!
133Sep!
23Aug!
303Aug!
283Jun!
113Aug!
63Sep!
303Aug!
263Apr!
213Sep!
Fleming,!Annie/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Glaes,!Kevin/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Gruenberger,!Marilee/Denver!RS/CO!
Dorschel,!Craig/Yankee!District/MA!
Willrich,!Bob/Spokane!RS/WA!
Brower,!Rich!&!Nancy/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Wuorenmaa,!Sharon/Louisville!RS/KY!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Jones,!Steve!&!Susie/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Ahlgren,!Katherine/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Kirby,!Mary/Denver!RS/CO!
Rankin,!Gary!&!Monica/Huntington!RS/WV!
Plasz,!Andy/Gateway!RS/WI!
Wyckoff,!Jeff!&!Kathy/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Flicht3McDonugh,!Michelle/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Whiddett,!Michael/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Glaes,!Kevin/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Leibrand,!Mickie!&!Chuck/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Bergsagel,!Andy/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
!
Hering,!Jim!&!Anne/Buckeye!District/OH!
Borrmann,!Ken/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Eckley,!Mike!&!Anita/Central!District/IA!
Jones,!Steve!&!Susie/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Hamilton,!Barb!&!Smith,!Gloria/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Sawyer,!Rosemary/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Askelson,!Sharon/Spokane!RS/WA!
Phillips,!Glenn/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Portland!RS/OR!
Hearne,!Andrew/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Mee,!Gwynne/Spokane!RS/WA!
Thacker,!Corky/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Carman,!Howard/Louisville!RS/KY!
Miller,!Mark!&!Terri/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Wyman,!Marian/Buckeye!District/OH!
Brower,!Rich!&!Nancy/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Wagner,!James/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Long,!Judy/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Fleek,!John!&!Diana/Huntington!RS/WV!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Muzy,!Joe!&!Faith/Loveland!RS/CO!
Schock,!Larry/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Finch,!Carl!&!Carolyn/Portland!RS!Mini!Show/OR!
Powers,!Pam/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
Smith,!Dennis/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Kolter,!Sandee/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Nielsen,!Ellen/Denver!RS/CO!
Phipps,!Cindy/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Smith,!Elton/Buckeye!District/OH!
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Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Bee’s!Knees!
Best!of!‘04!
Black!Jade!
Black!Jade!
Black!Jade!
Black!Jade!
Black!Jade!
Breath!of!Spring!
Butter!Cream!
Butter!Cream!
Butter!Cream!
Butter!Cream!
Butter!Cream!
Butter!Cream!
Cachet!
Caesar’s!Rose!
Charismatic!
Chattooga!
Chattooga!
Chelsea!Belle!
Chessie’s!Favorite!
Cinnamon!Girl!
Connie!
Conundrum!
Conundrum!
Cooper!
Crazy!Dottie!
Crystal!Palace!
Daddy!Frank!
Daddy!Frank!
Daddy!Frank!
Daddy!Frank!
Daddy!Frank!
Daddy!Frank!
Daddy!Frank!
Denver’s!Dream!
Denver’s!Dream!
Doris!Morgan!
Doris!Morgan!
Dorothy!Rose!
Double!Take!
Double!Take!
Double!Take!
Dr.!John!Dickman!
Dr.!John!Dickman!
Dr.!John!Dickman!
Dr.!John!Dickman!
Dr.!John!Dickman!
Dr.!Tommy!Cairns!
Dr.!Troy!Garrett!
Dr.!Troy!Garrett!
Dr.!Troy!Garrett!
Dr.!Troy!Garrett!
Dreamer!
Edisto!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!Single!
Miniflora!Queen!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Open!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Single!
Miniflora!King!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Open!
Mini!King!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Single!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Open!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Open!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Queen!
NC!
GL!
CEN!
T!
COL!
NCNH!
PNW!
PNW!
Y!
B!
CEN!
PNW!
PNW!
NCNH!
COL!
Y!
NCNH!
B!
COL!
Y!
CEN!
T!
GL!
B!
CEN!
B!
PNW!
PNW!
COL!
NY!
NC!
NC!
PNW!
PNW!
PJ!
B!
CEN!
NC!
NCNH!
NCNH!
COL!
NY!
NCNH!
PNW!
NY!
GL!
GL!
CEN!
B!
NC!
B!
PJ!
CEN!
CEN!
NY!
CEN!
CEN!
CEN!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
133Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
283Jun!
143Jun!
63Sep!
213Sep!
133Sep!
123Jul!
133Sep!
263Apr!
173May!
63Sep!
63Sep!
213Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
213Jun!
163Aug!
273Sep!
213Sep!
23Aug!
293Jun!
63Sep!
213Jun!
213Jun!
213Jun!
283Jun!
143Jun!
63Sep!
213Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
263Apr!
263Apr!
173May!
233Aug!
63Sep!
293Jun!
213Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
113Aug!
163Aug!
133Sep!
213Sep!
133Sep!
273Sep!
203Sep!
233Aug!
203Sep!
133Sep!
113Aug!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Carman,!Howard/Louisville!RS/KY!
Wright,!Fred/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Jennings,!Sue/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Waylett,!Patricia/Spokane!RS/WA!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Dorschel,!Craig/Yankee!District/MA!
Miller,!Mark!&!Terri/Buckeye!District/OH!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Portland!RS/OR!
Owendyk,!Charlotte/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Ciak,!Dorothy!&!David/Yankee!District/MA!
Hopper,!Beverly!Rose/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Buckeye!District/OH!
Simpson,!Henry!&!Stephany/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Ciak,!Dorothy!&!David/Yankee!District/MA!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Wuorenmaa,!Sharon/Louisville!RS/KY!
Stoffer,!Joan!&!Farris,!Judy/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Zimmerman,!Jim/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Pfisterm!Mike/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Solarz,!Bill!&!Anita/Buckeye!District/OH!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Portland!RS!Mini!Show/OR!
Williams,!Elena/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Rankin,!Gary!&!Monica/Huntington!RS/WV!
McHale,!Mary!Pat/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Singer,!Steve/Gateway!RS/WI!
Singer,!Steve/Gateway!RS/WI!
Pennington,!Nancy/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Cavanaugh,!Jim!&!Nancy/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Wrightstone,!Mike!&!Sally/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Hering,!Jim!&!Anne/Buckeye!District/OH!
Godfrey,!Clifton!&!Marge/Central!District/IA!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Phipps,!Cindy/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Phipps,!Cindy/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Mohat,!Donald/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Jones,!Steve!&!Susie/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Hixon,!Matt!&!Greta/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
White,!Dorothy/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Otter,!Alice/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Whittaker,!Marilyn/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Godfrey,!Clif!&!Marge/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Smith,!Elton/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Herr,!Tom/Buckeye!District/OH!
Phillips,!Glenn/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Meyer,!Larry!&!Doris/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Eckley,!Mike!&!Anita/Central!District/IA!
Storms,!Dorothy/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Rogers,!Judy/Central!District/IA!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/IA!State!Fair/IA!
104
Edisto!
Edisto!
Elfinglo!
Equinox!
Equinox!
Erin!Alonso!
Erin!Alonso!
Fairhope!
Fairhope!
First!and!Foremost!
First!and!Foremost!
First!and!Foremost!
First!Choice!
First!Choice!
First!Choice!
First!Choice!
First!Choice!
Flawless!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Foolish!Pleasure!
Giggles!
Giggles!
Giggles!
Giggles!
Gizmo!
Glowing!Amber!
Good!Morning!America!
Gourmet!Popcorn!
Gourmet!Popcorn!
Gourmet!Popcorn!
Grace!Amazing!
Grace!Seward!
Grace!Seward!
Grace!Seward!
Green!Ice!
Hanini!
Harm!Seville!
Heather!Sproul!
Heidi3Ho!
Hot!Tamale!
Hot!Tamale!
Hot!Tamale!
Ingrid!
Innocence!
Irresistible!
Irresistible!
Irresistible!
Irresistible!
Irresistible!
Irresistible!
Irresistible!
Mini!King!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Mini!Open!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!King!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Open!
Miniflora!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
B!
CEN!
RM!
CEN!
Y!
NC!
T!
NY!
B!
RM!
GL!
RM!
PJ!
NY!
CEN!
PJ!
GL!
CEN!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
NCNH!
CEN!
CEN!
COL!
PJ!
B!
COL!
PJ!
PNW!
GL!
COL!
PNW!
B!
NY!
PNW!
NC!
COL!
PSW!
PNW!
COL!
PNW!
B!
PNW!
NCNH!
GL!
T!
RM!
NC!
PNW!
GL!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
NY!
PNW!
PNW!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
163Aug!
203Sep!
303Aug!
133Sep!
63Sep!
213Jun!
203Sep!
213Jun!
213Sep!
283Jun!
283Jun!
303Aug!
63Sep!
233Aug!
203Sep!
63Sep!
283Jun!
203Sep!
283Jun!
73Jun!
143Jun!
23Aug!
63Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
173May!
63Sep!
123Jul!
283Jun!
173May!
73Jun!
73Aug!
233Aug!
213Jun!
213Jun!
173May!
133Sep!
23Aug!
63Sep!
73Jun!
143Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
63Sep!
163Aug!
303Aug!
213Jun!
123Jul!
63Sep!
283Jun!
73Jun!
143Jun!
143Jun!
283Jun!
73Jun!
Smith,!Elton/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Gruenberger,!Marilee/Denver!RS/CO!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Ciak,!Dorothy!&!David/Yankee!District/MA!
Singer,!Steve/Gateway!RS/WI!
Jansing,!Linda/Louisville!RS/KY!
Storms,!Dorothy/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Menard,!Cheryl/Buckeye!District/OH!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Kaplenski,!Gail/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Roman,!Carol/Denver!RS/CO!
Wrightstone,!Mike!&!Sally/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Stever,!Dave/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Rogers,!Judy/Central!District/IA!
Borrmann,!Ken/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Whittaker,!Marilyn/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Godfrey,!Clifton!&!Marge/Central!District/IA!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Corvallis!RS/OR!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Humphrey,!Gretchen!&!Mike/Portland!RS!Mini!Show/OR!
Wall,!Dorothy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Rogers,!Judy/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Richardson,!James!&!Brenda/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Borrmann,!Ken/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Finch,!Carl!&!Carolyn/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Katt,!John/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Price,!Eve!&!Mike/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Selby,!Gail!&!Vi/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Hilfer,!Lori/Forest!City!RS/OH!
Gibson,!Ann/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Reese,!Walter!&!Kristine/Seattle!RS/WA!
Singer,!Steve/Gateway!RS/WI!
Price,!Eve!&!Mike/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Portland!RS!Mini!Show/OR!
Fleek,!John!&!Diana/Huntington!RS/WV!
Selby,!Gail!&!Vi/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Schock,!Larry/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Baer,!Rich!&!Charold/Portland!RS/OR!
Sawyer,!Rosemary/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Carman,!Howard/KY!State!Fair/KY!
Mann,!Kathryn/Denver!RS/CO!
LAllier,!Lee!&!Jackie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Waylett,!Patricia/Spokane!RS/WA!
Cavanaugh,!James!&!Nancy/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Baer,!Rich!&!Charold/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Mehnert,!Kim/Western!NY!RS/NY!
Lind,!Barbara!&!Bruce/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Cavanaugh,!James!&!Nancy/Corvallis!RS/OR!
105
Irresistible!
Jean!Kenneally!
Jean!Kenneally!
Jean!Kenneally!
Jean!Kenneally!
Jean!Kenneally!
Jean!Kenneally!
Jeanne!Lajoie!
Jeanne!Lajoie!
Jolene!Adams!
Jolene!Adams!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Joy!
Jupiter!
Kismet!
Lady!E’owyn!
Lady!E’owyn!
Lady!E’owyn!
Leading!Lady!
Little!Jackie!
Little!Tommy!Tucker!
Lo!and!Behold!
Lo!and!Behold!
Louisville!Lady!
Louisville!Lady!
Love!Torch!
Loyal!Friend!
Luis!Desamero!
Luis!Desamero!
Luis!Desamero!
Luis!Desamero!
Luscious!Lucy!
Madeleine![Fl]!
Magic!Show!
Magic!Show!
Magic!Show!
Magic!Show!
Magic!Show!
Magic!Show!
Magic!Show!
Magic!Show!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Open!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!King!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Open!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Spray!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Open!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
PNW!
GL!
GL!
NC!
PNW!
NY!
Y!
NY!
NC!
NCNH!
NCNH!
B!
PJ!
B!
NC!
T!
PJ!
COL!
B!
T!
COL!
NY!
CEN!
RM!
NY!
B!
B!
PSW!
T!
COL!
RM!
PNW!
GL!
CEN!
B!
NC!
PNW!
GL!
PNW!
GL!
NCNH!
COL!
GL!
B!
PNW!
PNW!
NCNH!
NC!
NC!
NY!
RM!
PNW!
PNW!
B!
RM!
PNW!
PNW!
PNW!
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283Jun!
213Jun!
123Jul!
283Jun!
233Aug!
63Sep!
143Jun!
213Jun!
63Sep!
63Sep!
123Jul!
133Sep!
143Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
63Sep!
63Sep!
213Sep!
163Aug!
133Sep!
213Jun!
113Aug!
303Aug!
233Aug!
163Aug!
143Sep!
133Sep!
163Aug!
133Sep!
303Aug!
133Sep!
63Sep!
273Sep!
213Sep!
213Jun!
213Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
63Sep!
263Apr!
173May!
63Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
143Jun!
263Apr!
213Jun!
213Jun!
213Jun!
283Jun!
283Jun!
73Jun!
133Sep!
303Aug!
133Sep!
123Jul!
23Aug!
Fredette,!John!&!Caroline/Seattle!RS/WA!
Kaplenski,!Mark/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Cooke,!Lone/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Lind,!Barbara!&!Bruce/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Mohat,!Joyce/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Candler,!David/Yankee!District/MA!
Noto,!Gene/Western!NY!RS/NY!
LAllier,!Lee!&!Jackie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Sawyer,!Rosemary/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Cook,!Peter/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Solarz,!Bill!&!Anita/Buckeye!Top!Gun/OH!
Borrmann,!Ken/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Schock,!Larry/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Fleming,!Lynda/North!Central!District/WI!
Carman,!Howard/Louisville!RS/KY!
Smith,!Glenn!&!Donna/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Huntington!RS/WV!
Schock,!Larry/Buckeye!District/OH!
Carman,!Howard/KY!State!Fair/KY!
Simpson,!Henry!&!Stephany/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Hearne,!Andrew/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/IA!State!Fair/IA!
Roman,!Carol/Denver!RS/CO!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Smith,!Elton/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Schock,!Larry/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Williams,!Paula/KY!State!Fair/KY!
Richardson,!James!&!Brenda/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Roman,!Carol/Denver!RS/CO!
Allen,!Karen!&!Merril/Portland!RS/OR!
Blok,!Bill!&!Irma/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Dee,!Gerry!&!Linda/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Zimmerman,!Barbara!&!Jim/Buckeye!District/OH!
Munson,!Paul!&!Janine/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Garceau,!Lonnie/Seattle!RS/WA!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Smith,!Dennis/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Otter,!Alice/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Villegas,!Baldo/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Price,!Eve!&!Mike/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Otter,!Alice/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Schneider,!Susan!&!Peter/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Seattle!RS/WA!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
Terrell,!Bill/Sacramento!RS/CA!
LAllier,!Lee!&!Jackie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Fleming,!Lynda/Gateway!RS/WI!
Hearne,!Andrew/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Cavanaugh,!James!&!Nancy/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Solarz,!Bill!&!Anita/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Holmes,!Gail/Denver!RS/CO!
Baer,!Rich!&!Charold/Portland!RS/OR!
Konsmo,!Dennis!&!Merilyn/Tacoma!RS/WA!
McClain,!Gary!&!Cheryl/Portland!RS!Mini!Show/OR!
106
Magic!Show!
Marie!Jeanette!
Marriotta!
Marriotta!
Marriotta!
Marriotta!
Marriotta!
Marriotta!
Marriotta!
Mary!Pickersgill!
Memphis!Bell!
Memphis!King!
Memphis!King!
Memphis!King!
Memphis!King!
Memphis!King!
Memphis!King![Min]!
Memphis!Magic!
Michel!Cholet!
Millie!Walters!
Mini!Tango!
Minnie!Pearl!
Minnie!Pearl!
Miss!Flippins!
Miss!Flippins!
Miss!Flippins!
Miss!Flippins!
Mobile!Jubilee!
Molly!
Molly!
Mr!Lenard!
My!Sunshine!
Nancy!Jean!
Nancy!Jean!
Nancy!Jean!
Nancy!Jean!
Nancy!Jean!
Nancy!Jean!
Nancy!Jean!
Nancy!Jean!
Nemesis!
Odessa!
Olivia!Rose!
Orchid!Jubilee!
Party!Girl!
Patron!
Peggy!‘T’!
Peggy!‘T’!
Pierrine!
Pierrine!
Pierrine!
Playgold!
Power!Point!
Powerhouse!
Pucker!Up!
Rainbow!Sunblaze!
Regina!Lee!
Renegade!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!King!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Queen!
Mini!Spray!2d!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Spray!3rd!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!King!
Miniflora!Queen!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Spray!
Mini!Princess!
B!
COL!
NCNH!
NCNH!
PSW!
NCNH!
NCNH!
CEN!
CEN!
B!
Y!
Y!
B!
T!
NY!
CEN!
GL!
PNW!
GL!
NC!
NY!
PNW!
NC!
PNW!
NY!
CEN!
B!
CEN!
B!
B!
T!
PNW!
COL!
CEN!
T!
NC!
PJ!
B!
B!
T!
CEN!
NY!
PNW!
NCNH!
NC!
PSW!
B!
PJ!
NCNH!
CEN!
NY!
GL!
GL!
NY!
NCNH!
NCNH!
NC!
COL!
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213Sep!
173May!
63Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
263Apr!
63Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
213Sep!
63Sep!
63Sep!
163Aug!
203Sep!
213Jun!
203Sep!
283Jun!
283Jun!
283Jun!
213Jun!
233Aug!
23Aug!
123Jul!
123Jul!
233Aug!
133Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
143Sep!
213Sep!
203Sep!
73Jun!
63Sep!
133Sep!
163Aug!
213Jun!
63Sep!
143Sep!
213Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
233Aug!
23Aug!
63Sep!
123Jul!
133Sep!
133Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
203Sep!
233Aug!
283Jun!
213Jun!
233Aug!
263Apr!
63Sep!
213Jun!
173May!
Klinefelter,!Paul/Buckeye!District/OH!
Parsell,!Dick!&!Jeanette/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Hopper,!Beverly!Rose/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Kolter,!Sandee/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Graham,!Susan/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Owendyk,!Charlotte/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Kolter,!Sandee/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Central!District/IA!
Schock,!Larry/Buckeye!District/OH!
Candler,!David/Yankee!District/MA!
Candler,!David/Yankee!District/MA!
Zimmerman,!Jim/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Jansing,!Linda/Louisville!RS/KY!
Hearne,!Andrew/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Horton,!Stan!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Kaplenski,!Gail/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Smith,!Dennis/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Whittaker,!Marilyn/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Schrenike,!Julie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Mohat,!Donald/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Allen,!Dick!&!Pat/Portland!RS!Mini!Show/OR!
Cooke,!Lone/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Mohat,!Joyce/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Solarz,!Bill!&!Anita/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Miller,!Mark!&!Terri/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Miller,!Mark!&!Terri/Buckeye!District/OH!
Wuorenmaa,!Sharon/Louisville!RS/KY!
Selby,!Gail!&!Vi/Corvallis!RS/OR!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Huntington!RS/WV!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Miller,!Janet/KY!State!Fair/KY!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/Gateway!RS/WI!
Wrightstone,!Mike!&!Sally/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Menard,!Cheryl/Buckeye!District/OH!
Jansing,!Linda/Louisville!RS/KY!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Finch,!Carl!&!Carolyn/Portland!RS!Mini!Show/OR!
Sawyer,!Rosemary/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Anderson,!Margaret/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Solarz,!Bill!&!Anita/NE!Ohio!RS/OH!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Frederick,!Judy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Pagliai,!Ed!&!Dee/Central!District/IA!
Storms,!Dorothy/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Bradley,!Jon!&!Jean/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Stoffer,!Joan!&!Farris,!Judy/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Kolis,!Matt/NY!District/NY!State!Fair/NY!
Terrell,!Bill/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Pifari,!Kathy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/Gateway!RS/WI!
Price,!Eve!&!Mike/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
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Renegade!
Renegade!
Ricky!Hendrick!
Robin!Alonso!
Rosie!
Rosy!Dawn!
Ruby!Baby!
Ruby!Ruby!
Sam!Trivitt!
Sandy’s!Pick!
Sandy’s!Pick!
Scott!
Scott!
Scott!Chait!
Seattle!Scentsation!
Seattle!Sunrise!
Seattle!Sunrise!
Shameless!
Shameless!
Shameless!
Shameless!
Shameless!
Shameless!
Shameless!
Shawn!Sease!
Shawn!Sease!
Shawn!Sease!
Shawn!Sease!
Shawn!Sease!
Show!Stopper!
Show!Stopper!
Show!Stopper!
Simple!Splendor!
Simple!Splendor!
Simplex!
Single’s!Better!
Sis!
Snow!Bride!
Solar!Flair!
Solar!Flair!
Solar!Flair!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Soroptimist!International!
Spring!Fling!
Spring’s!A!Comin’!
Starla!
Summer!Sunset!
Sunglow!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Princess!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Spray!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Spray!
Mini!Queen!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Single!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!King!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Single!
Miniflora!Queen!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Princess!
Miniflora!Single!
COL!
COL!
RM!
COL!
NY!
Y!
GL!
PNW!
CEN!
COL!
NC!
PNW!
PNW!
NCNH!
CEN!
PNW!
NCNH!
B!
COL!
B!
B!
RM!
CEN!
B!
B!
RM!
RM!
PNW!
NC!
GL!
B!
PNW!
CEN!
CEN!
PJ!
PNW!
NC!
PNW!
NC!
GL!
CEN!
COL!
CEN!
CEN!
PJ!
NCNH!
COL!
COL!
CEN!
B!
NC!
B!
COL!
NCNH!
NY!
NC!
CEN!
NCNH!
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum – Spring 2015
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133Sep!
303Aug!
173May!
143Jun!
63Sep!
283Jun!
293Jun!
133Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
123Jul!
283Jun!
263Apr!
203Sep!
213Jun!
263Apr!
123Jul!
133Sep!
163Aug!
143Sep!
303Aug!
203Sep!
213Sep!
73Aug!
283Jun!
303Aug!
283Jun!
133Sep!
63Sep!
213Sep!
293Jun!
273Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
143Jun!
213Jun!
133Sep!
213Jun!
283Jun!
203Sep!
173May!
203Sep!
273Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
303Aug!
63Sep!
133Sep!
213Sep!
213Jun!
213Sep!
303Aug!
263Apr!
143Jun!
123Jul!
273Sep!
63Sep!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Richardson,!James!&!Brenda/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Roman,!Carol/Denver!RS/CO!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Mehnert,!Kim/Western!NY!RS/NY!
Dorschel,!Craig/Yankee!District/MA!
Kaplenski,!Mark/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Etheredge,!Sharon/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Schroeder,!John!&!Judy/North!Central!District/WI!
Lind,!Bruce!&!Barbara/Tacoma!RS/WA!
Lind,!Barbara!&!Bruce/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Villegas,!Baldo/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Central!District/IA!
Fredette,!Jason/Seattle!RS/WA!
Owendyk,!Charlotte/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Hering,!Jim!&!Anne/Buckeye!Top!Gun/OH!
Simpson,!Henry!&!Stephany/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Miller,!Mark/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Smith,!Elton/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Roman,!Carol/Denver!RS/CO!
Horton,!Stan!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Smith,!Elton/Buckeye!District/OH!
Solarz,!Bill!&!Anita/Forest!City!RS/OH!
Roman,!Carol/Loveland!RS/CO!
Roman,!Carol/Denver!RS/CO!
Smith,!Dennis/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Bergs,!Joe!&!Carrie/North!Central!District/WI!
Otter,!Alice/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Smith,!Elton/Buckeye!District/OH!
Williams,!Elena/Kitsap!County!RS/WA!
Brower,!Rich!&!Nancy/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Osborn,!Gary!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Wolford,!James/Ft.!Vancouver!RS/WA!
LAllier,!Lee!&!Jackie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Finch,!Carl!&!Carolyn/Portland!RS/OR!
Sommers,!Diane/Gateway!RS/WI!
Whittaker,!Marilyn/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Central!District/IA!
Jones,!Howard!&!Sara/VA!Peninsula!RS/VA!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Central!District/IA!
Trost,!Rita/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Phillips,!Glenn/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Frederick,!Judy/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Powers,!Pam/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Hering,!Jim!&!Anne/Buckeye!District/OH!
Fleming,!Lynda/Gateway!RS/WI!
Miller,!Mark!&!Terri/Buckeye!District/OH!
Powers,!Pam/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
Magill,!Ernie!&!Sue/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Noto,!Gene/Western!NY!RS/NY!
Anderson,!Margaret/Lake!Superior!RS/MN!
Dee,!Gerry!&!Linda/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Adams,!Jolene/East!Bay!RS/CA!
108
Sunglow!
Sweet!Caroline!
Sweet!Melody!
Sweet!Revenge!
Sweet!Revenge!
Tammy!Clemons!
Tammy!Clemons!
Tattooed!Daughter!
Tennessee!
The!Lighthouse!
The!Lighthouse!
This!is!the!Day!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Tiffany!Lynn!
Tiny!Petals!
Tooth!of!Time!
Ty!
Unbridled!
Unbridled!
Unbridled!
Unbridled!
Valentine’s!Day!
Valentine’s!Day!
Violet!Mist!
Warm!&!Fuzzy!
Whirlaway!
Whirlaway!
Whirlaway!
Whirlaway!
Whirlaway!
Whirlaway!
Whirlaway!
Whirlaway!
Whirlaway!
Will3o’3the3Wisp!
Willing!!
Winsome!
Winsome!
Wistful!
X3Rated!
X3Rated!
X3Rated!
X3Rated!
Yantai!
You’re!the!One!
You’re!the!One!
Miniflora!Spray!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Princess!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Princess!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Court!
Mini!Open!
Mini!Open!
Miniflora!King!
Mini!Spray!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!Queen!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!King!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Court!
Miniflora!Single!
Mini!King!
Mini!Court!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Spray!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!Princess!
Mini!Court!
Miniflora!Open!
Mini!Queen!
Mini!King!
COL!
NY!
GL!
PNW!
GL!
B!
PJ!
PJ!
CEN!
CEN!
CEN!
NC!
COL!
PJ!
B!
NC!
T!
CEN!
B!
B!
NC!
CEN!
CEN!
NC!
PSW!
NCNH!
NY!
PNW!
PNW!
NY!
PNW!
NY!
T!
B!
PJ!
COL!
PJ!
COL!
CEN!
B!
PNW!
CEN!
NC!
GL!
CEN!
NCNH!
NCNH!
GL!
NY!
NCNH!
PNW!
NC!
303Aug!
143Jun!
283Jun!
283Jun!
63Sep!
143Sep!
133Sep!
63Sep!
203Sep!
203Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
63Sep!
133Sep!
143Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
203Sep!
213Sep!
163Aug!
213Jun!
203Sep!
133Sep!
213Jun!
133Sep!
263Apr!
213Jun!
133Sep!
283Jun!
213Jun!
283Jun!
213Jun!
203Sep!
163Aug!
63Sep!
63Sep!
133Sep!
133Sep!
203Sep!
213Sep!
283Jun!
133Sep!
213Jun!
213Jun!
273Sep!
263Apr!
63Sep!
63Sep!
213Jun!
63Sep!
213Jun!
213Jun!
Wilkinson,!Anna/Maryland!State!Fair/MD!
Mehnert,!Kim/Western!NY!RS/NY!
Kaplenski,!Mark/Northeastern!Michigan!RS/MI!
Smith,!Dennis/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Otter,!Alice/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Schock,!Larry/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Borrmann,!Ken/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Kozemchak,!Bill!&!Kathy/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Godfrey,!Clifton!&!Marge/Central!District/IA!
Rogers,!Judy/Central!District/IA!
Rogers,!Judy/Lincoln!RS/NE!
LAllier,!Lee!&!Jackie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Huntington!RS/WV!
Borrmann,!Ken/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Lancaster!RC/OH!
Fleming,!Lynda/North!Central!District/WI!
Phelps,!Carolyn/Louisville!RS/KY!
Pagliai,!Ed!&!Dee/Central!District/IA!
Ackers,!David!&!Lois/Buckeye!District/OH!
Smith,!Elton/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Munson,!Paul!&!Janine/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Horton,!Stan!&!Linda/Central!District/IA!
Cates,!Doug!&!Karen/Lincoln!RS/NE!
Plasz,!Andy/Gateway!RS/WI!
Ortega,!Jack!&!Juanita/Santa!Fe!RS/NM!
Villegas,!Baldo/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Hearne,!Andrew/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Shewmaker,!Karen/Portland!RS/OR!
Winger,!Cliff/Spokane!RS/WA!
White,!Dorothy/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Smith,!Dennis/Southwest!OR!RS/OR!
Hearne,!Andrew/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Jansing,!Linda/Louisville!RS/KY!
Zimmerman,!Jim/Miami!Valley!RS/OH!
Wrightstone,!Mike!&!Sally/Penn!Jersey!District/PA!
Grass,!Lynda!&!Steven/Huntington!RS/WV!
Borrmann,!Ken/Jersey!Shore!RS/NJ!
Richardson,!James!&!Brenda/Patrick!Henry!RS/VA!
Godfrey,!Clifton!&!Marge/Central!District/IA!
Smith,!Elton/Buckeye!District/OH!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Pacific!Northwest!District/WA!
Swanson,!Don!&!Joan/Lincoln!RS/NE!
LAllier,!Lee!&!Jackie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
Wier,!Jon!&!Lois/Southwest!Michigan!RS/MI!
Dee,!Gerry!&!Linda/RS!of!Greater!St.!Louis/MO!
Frederick,!Judy/Sacramento!RS/CA!
Adams,!Jolene/East!Bay!RS/CA!
Otter,!Alice/Grand!Valley!RS/MI!
Storms,!Dorothy/Syracuse!RS/NY!
Sawyer,!Rosemary/Mother!Lode!RS/CA!
Peterson,!Mike!&!Alexa/Seattle!RS/WA!
LAllier,!Lee!&!Jackie/Minnesota!RS/MN!
DISTRICT ABBREVIATIONS
B - Buckeye
CAR - Carolina
CEN - Central
COL - Colonial
DS - Deep South
G - Gulf
GL - Great Lakes
II - Illinois-Indiana
NC - North Central
NCNH - Northern California-Nevada-Hawaii
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NY - New York State
PJ - Penn-Jersey
PNW - Pacific Northwest
PSW - Pacific Southwest
RM- Rocky Mountain
SC - South Central
T - Tenarky Y - Yankee
Note on Show Results:
Show results reported in this issue are those received as of December 31, 2014.
Rose Exhibitors’ Forum publishes the reports as received and assumes no
responsibility for any errors or omissions.
Show Results On Line:
Rose show results may be reported on-line at http://www.roseshow.com/. A Rose
Show Winners Report Form may be printed out from the website for mailing or show
results in any format may be delivered to Robert B. Martin Jr., Editor of Rose
Exhibitors’ Forum at [email protected]
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“Solitude”
Rose Art by John Mattia
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