Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Plants &c. Cultivated at the Linnaean Botanic Garden. 22nd Edition, 1823
William Prince, Proprietor
Flushing, Long-Island, near New-York

(p. 53) CHINESE EVERBLOOMING, OR MONTHLY ROSES.
N. B. Those marked thus * require a slight covering of straw or litter during winter, the others require no protection.

236 Chinese pale red, or daily rose, 50 cts.
237 blush marbled, or Hamilton, 50 cts.
238 *— purple velvet, semperflorens, or Otaheite, 50 cts.
239 blush changeable, or diversiflora, $1
240 crimson velvet, $1
241 *— hundred leaved, $1
242 *— single velvet, $1
243 rosa odorata, or tea scented of exquisite fragrance, $2
244 dwarf, or pompone, very small and delicate, $1
245 *— sanguinea, deep crimson, 75 cts.
246 semidouble purple, variegated, $1 50
247 *— bichonia, $1 50
248 *— resplendent, $1 50
249 *— lord Macartney's white, $2
250 semidouble lilac, $2
251 *— amaranthus, $2
252 *— three leaved, or rosa sinica $2
253 *— subalba, red and white, $1
254 *— Lawrencia, the least and, most delicate of all roses, $2