Aennchen Müller (Poly) 
Gardeners' Chronicle June 1, 1907 p. 349
OUR SUPPLEMENTARY ILLUSTRATION represents the beautiful new Polyantha Rose Aenncher Müller, as sketched by Mr. WORTHINGTON SMITH from specimens exhibited by Messrs. WM. PAUL & SON, at the meeting of the Royal Horticultural Society, on April 30 last. The variety is of German origin, as is indicated by the name. The flowers are of a rich shade of coral-pink colour, and are produced in clusters in extraordinary profusion. The individual flowers measure about 1 inch in diameter, and the petals are rolled backwards which gives the whole flower a very distinct and pleasing character. The variety continues in bloom almost uninterruptedly from June until late autumn. The plants attain to a height of from 1 1/2 to 2 feet, and in their dwarf habit of growth they are particularly suited for planting in masses or in groups. That the variety is also well adapted for forcing and for pot-culture was evidenced by the handsome plants in pots shown by Messrs PAUL at the meeting already mentioned.