This section of the book is from the Guide To Hardy Fruits And Ornamentals book, by Thomas Joseph Dwyer, published in 1903.
* Baroness Rothschild
-- Deep rose, white tinted; very large and cup form; free bloomer; very fragrant. No rose bed is complete without it. Mrs.
* John Laing
-- Soft pink; large and fine form; produced on strong stems.
* Paul Neyron
-- Deep rose color; good tough foliage; wood rather smooth. We ask special attention to this grand rose. The flowers are immense.
* Alfred Colomb
-- Bright carmine, very large and fine form.
* Madame Alfred Rougemont
-- An excellent white rose; very hardy and vigorous.
* Madame Chas; Wood
-- Reddish crimson; large handsome flowers free bloomers. Especially fine for bedding in masses.
* Ulrich Brunner
-- Bright cherry red; very large and full; strong grower.
* Giant of Battles
-- Has stood the test for over fifty years. It bears large, double, bright crimson flowers.
* Gen. Jacqueminot
-- This reliable old rose is too well-known to be given any lengthy description. Years of endeavor have failed to find a variety to surpass this grand old rose. Flowers very double and bright crimson.
* American Beauty
-- This is perhaps the grandest and best known ruse. It is a bushy grower, free bloomer; color, a rich, rosy crimson, and beautifully veined.
* Coquette Des Alpes
-- Large, pure white flowers sometimes tinged with pale blush; very hardy and beautiful.
-- One of the finest bloomers. Highly recommended for garden planting on account of its hardiness and vigorous growth. Flowers are large and double; rich scarlet; very fragrant.
* Louis Vanhoutte
-- Brilliant vinous crimson; large, full and fragrant. An excellent sort.
* Madame Masson
-- We think it is one of the very finest roses in existence for garden cultivation; color, clear bright rose; distinct and charing.
* Margaret Dickson
-- This is unquestionably the finest Hybrid Perpetual white rose yet introduced.
* Maria Rady
-- Clear bright red, large, full flowers; fragrant.
* Pius the Ninth
-- Bright purplish red, changing to violet; very large and full; one of the best.
* President Lincoln
-- Dark crimson; a most prolific bloomer; hardy and good grower.
* La France
-- One of the most beautiful constant blooming Hybrid Perpetual Roses. The flowers and buds are of immense size and specially fine form; a lovely shade of peach bloom changing to rose, deliciously fragrant. It commences to bloom soon after planting and continues all Summer to offer its magnificent flowers.
* Captain Christy
-- Light salmon, flesh color; large and fine form, free bloomer.
* Anna De Diesbach
-- This superb variety is of a clear carmine color, large full and cupped.
* Marchioness of Londonderry
-- Flowers of great size, measuring five inches across, perfectly formed and carried on stout stems. Color, ivory white; free flowering; highly perfumed.
* Caroline de Sansal
-- A lovely pale, flesh colored rose.
* Her Majesty
-- An English rose of the best type; fragrant.
* Annie Wood
-- Vermillion; very fragrant.
* Madame Plantier
-- Not a Hybrid Perpetual Rose, but perfectly hardy. One of the best white roses and should be among every collection.
* Magna Charta
-- Large, full and globular. Bright pink flowers. Can be relied upon as a standard sort. Very fragrant.
* John Hopper
-- Rosy crimson, back of the Petal lilac. Large and full and one of the best roses.
* Prince Camille de Rohan
-- Deep velvety crimson; large, moderately full. A splendid rose.
* Fisher Holmes
-- Deep glowing crimson; large, moderately full, and of fine imbricated form. A superb rose.
* Madame Joly
-- Rose color, medium size; fragrant and good shape.
* Madame Joseph Desbois
-- Flesh white, shaded with salmon rose; very large, well formed; very vigorous. A superb rose.
* Madame Victor Verdier
-- Carmine crimson; large, full, very fragrant; excellent.
* Marchioness of Dufferin
-- Large, beautifully rosy pink, suffused with yellow at base of petals.
* Madame Gabriel Luizet
-- Pink, distinct, very large, cupped shape.
* Baron de Bonstetten
-- Rich velvety maroon; large, full. A splendid sort.
* Alphonse Soupert
-- Large, very handsome and showy; bright rose color. A fine rose.
* General Washington
-- Bright red with crimson shade, large, flat form. Marshal P.
-- Flowers large, semi-globular, full, well formed; color, cherry carmine. Mrs. R. G.
* Sharman Crawford
-- Color deep rosy pink, outer petals shaded with pale flesh; flowering from early Summer until late in the Autumn.
-- It is the finest dark red, hardy garden rose yet introduced.
-- This variety is of a very vigorous growth. Flowers flesh color freely produced.
* Gloire Lyonnaise
-- This. grand rose is a pale shade of chamois or salmon yellow. The flowers have all the beauty of Tea Roses.