Proceedings of the 6th Annual Convention of the Society of American Florists pp. vii-viii (1890)

Your Committee beg leave to report the following list of Roses, which have been circulated in America with one or more synonyms, giving the original and correct name in first column:

Hybrid Remontants
Anne de Dlesbach (Lacharrne, 1858)   Gloire de Paris (Rossan, about 1870)
Mme. Ferdinand Jamin (Ledechaux, 1875),   American Beauty (Field Bros, 1885)
Boule de Neige (Lacharme, 1867)   Ball of Snow (Translation) Peter Henderson & Co., "87)
Charles Lefevre (Lacharme, 1861) { Marguerite Brassac, (Brassac, 1875)
Paul Jamain (Jamain, 1878)
Mons. Boncenne (Liabaud, 1864)   Baron Bonstetten, (Liabaud, 1871)
Duchesse de Caylus (Chas. Verdier, 1864)   Penelope Mayo (Davis, 1878)
Prince Camille de Rohan (Eug. Verdier, '61)   La Rosier (Damaizin, 1874)
Rosierieste Jacobs.
Mme. Chas. Crapelet (Fontaine, 1859)   Mme. Hericoux (Jamain, 1875)
Mme. Montet   Charles the 10th.
Prince Arthur   Tri. de Caen.
Maurice Bernardin { Exposition de Brie.
Le Havre
Ferdinand de Lesseps
Mme. Eugene Verdier (Guillott fils. 1863)   Mme. Marie Finger, (Rambaux, 1873)
Le Reverie de L'Empire (1853) { Tour Malakoff (Robert, 1856)
Etandard de Sebastapol (Dutcher, 1856)
Bercean Imperial (Vigenon, 1856).
Gloire de Montobello (Tournier, 1859)
Duc de Magenta (Margottin, 1859)
Admiral Courbet (Dubreuil, 1884)
Tea Roses
Adam   President
Souv. d'Elise Vardon (Marest, 1855)   Southern Bell (May, 1883)
Couquette de Lyon (Ducher, 1870)   Yellow Hermosa
Marie Lambert   White Hermosa
Cornelia Koch (Koch, 1855)   Cornelia Cook.
The Bride (May, 1886)   La Fiancee (France)
Marie Van Houtte   The Gem
The Queen and Souv. de S. A. Prince are probably identical, as both are white sports from Souv. d'un Ami.
Agrippina   Queen"s Scarlet
Bon Silene   Goubault
Duchess de Brabant   Comtesse de Labarthe
Bougere   La Florifera

Introducers of new Roses are earnestly recommended to give their new varieties names that are not too long. It is always well to have the name somewhat descriptive of the characteristics of the variety. Exceptionally long names are objectionable, and are frequently abbreviated in various ways, bringing about confusion; for instance: In 1880 M. A. Levet, of Lyons, France, introduced into commerce "Financailles de la Princess Stephanie et l'Archduchess Rudolphe." Such a name was absurd, and soon appeared in the various catalogues as "Princess Stephanie," "Stephanie," "Financailles de Stephanie," "Stephanie et Rudolphe," etc., etc. Members of the Society are requested to forward to the Committee any other instances of synonyms which may come under their notice, so that the matter may be investigated and the results embodied in future reports.

Signed, ROBT. CRAIG,