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Volume 11, Number 2
April 1957

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Lets Keep the Facts Straight
By Warren Baldsiefen

PART II

Editors Note: The following list of rhododendrons are being propagated by the use of the Nearing method, and represent the second installment of the article in the January Bulletin by Warren Baldsiefen.

Catawba hybrids-a few species, and a few newer English and Dutch hybrids.
Nova Zembla Parsons Grandiflorum
Atrosanguineum Van Den Hoop
America Maximum Roseum
Caractacus Roseum Elegans (all forms)
F D Godman Everestianum # 1
Charles Dickens Everestianum #2
Kettledrum Catawbiense Grandiflorum
Dr Dresslhuys Purpureum Grandiflorum
Ignatius Sargent Lee's Best Purple
Mrs. C. S. Sargent Lee's Dark Purple
Old Port Purpureum Elegans
Dr. Rutgers Catawbiense Boursalt
General Grant Luciferum
Edward S. Rand Parsons Gloriosum
Charles Bagley Minnie
Abraham Lincoln Candidissimum
Prometheus Album Elegans
Lady Clermont Album Grandiflorum
Lady Clementine Milford Delicatissimum
Lady Armstrong Boule De Neige
Catawbiense Album John Walter
Cunningham's White hirsutum
Gomer Waterer hippophaeoides
Cunthia ferrugineum
Madame De Bruin racemosum
Purple Splendor Laetivirens
Michael Waterer Moonstone
Mars Unique
Lady Grey Egerton  
Essex Scarlet Nearing Hybrids
Goldsworth Yellow Regina
H. H. Hunnewell Ramapo
Tally Ho Windbeam
Azor Wyanokie
Naomi Montchanin
Gills Crimson Hokessin
Dr. Stocker Deleware
Dido Brandywine
  Lenape
Gable Hybrids including a few valuable species
Caroline Floribunda
C-11 Orbwill
Adenopodum Three Star
Vernicosum Rock 18139 # 1 Jacksonii #6
Vernicosum Rock 18139 #2 Gable's Pink #2
Catalgla # I Atrosanguineum x Orbwill
Gable's Pink # 1 Conewaga
Atrier # 10 Conewaga F2
Holly Discolor Special
Pink Perfection Madonna
Boule De Neige x fortunei Jacksonii # 1
Brachycarpum x decorum Auriculatum x discolor
Maximum x fortunei Catfort x campylocarpum
Maxhaem Salmon Catawbiense x discolor
Decatros Pink Maxhaem #7
Caroline x fortunei Ovatum # 1
Beaufort Ovatum #2
Cathaem # 1 Albert Close
Cathaem #4 Catawbiense Album x Loderi (Catalode)
Disca Degrier X America
Sir James Gable's Pink #4
Camich Litiense
Cardinal yakushimanum
Bosutch makinoi
Cadis campanulatum
Corona Seedling Coplon's White
Rock Longesquamatum
Gable's Pink #3 Cathaem #7
Catalgal x discolor smirnowii
Souldisclit x discolor Ladifor
Smirnowii x fortunei Haematocheilum
Maxhaem Yellow wardii x discolor
Maximum x Discolor caucasicum compactum stump
Atrosanguineum x Floccigerum Carolid
Catalgla x Caroline Cathaem # 10
Catalgla x Essex Scarlet metternichii var. tsukushianum
Caroline x Disca Gable's Pink #5
Atrier Hardy Atrosanguineum x Orbwill
Atrier x Disca Mucram
Cathaem x Reds Mucronulatum Rose Gable's Aladdin
Jacksonii #5 Catawbiense Compactum x Disca
Mrs. Powell Glass Essex Scarlet x fortunei
(Dorothea x Kettledrum) x (williamsianum x griffithianum)
(souliei x discolor) x (discolor X Caroline)
(smirnowii x arboreum) x (decorum x griffithianum)
(wardii x discolor) x fortunei Caroline x discolor special
 
The remaining evergreen rhododendrons were propagated for John Wister of Swarthmore College.
Numbered Dexter cultivars: Numbers 8, 9, 16, 18, 22, 23, 42, 44, 94, 105, 108, 109, 121, 123 (Dexter's Favorite), 125, 152, 173, 187, 201, 213, 218, 221
Cuttings from New York Botanical Gardens: N. Y. B. Numbers 1, 2A, 3B, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 15, 4(205), 203, 13(201)
Cuttings from Mrs. F. Moseley: F. Moseley Numbers 3, 4, 6, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14
Cuttings from Henry duPont: duPont #2
Cuttings from Morris Arboretum: Morris numbers 1, 2, 3, 4
Cuttings from S. A. Everitt: Hardy Mauve, Apple Blossom, Deep Pink with Large Flower ,Deep Pink, P.K. Josephine Everitt, Soft Pink Fragrant, Tops Large Red, Sam Everitt numbers 1, 7, 10, 12, 42
Cuttings from Howard and J. S. Phipps: H. P. numbers 3, 8, H. Phipps Dwarf Pink J. S. P. #3
Cuttings from Mrs. Arthur Hoyt Scott: Scott numbers I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Carolinianum (Biltmore), Brown # 14, Discolor Hybrid (Consolini), F. H. # 11, Fowle #9
 
The following numbered groups are as yet unnamed in the Swarthmore collection. They were purchased by Mrs. C. O. Dexter in 1945
12499 group numbers I, 3, 6, 7, 8, 13, 16
12500 group numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 14
12505 group numbers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 15, 18
12506 group numbers 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 10
12507 group numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 20B
9015 group numbers 1, 2
 
Exbury, Knaphill and Slocock deciduous azaleas
Gibralter Golden Dream
Basilisk Cecile
Bright Forecast Brazil
Kipps Hotspur Red
Berryrose Mrs. O. Slocock
Fawley Hoopoe
Ginger Sylphides
Mary Claire Knaphill White
Scarlet Pimpernel Golden Oriole
George Reynolds Harvest Moon
Salmon Orange Buzzard
Rennie Royal Lodge
Bright Straw Tunis
Strawberry Ice Mrs. A. Waterer
Madelliene  
 
Native Selected Species and Hybrids
roseum x japonicum speciosum B 159
calendulaceum B 3305-1 japonicum x calendulaceum 9022-2
J. C. Vab Tol x viscosum serrulatum Georgianum B 1718
canescens hybrid Be 2554 prunifolium B 557
atlanticum 1338 speciosum 158
bakeri B 854  
 
Ghent Hybrids
Daviesii Raphael De Smet
Narcissiflora Pallas
Fanny Unique
Coccinea Speciosa  
 
Ilam Azaleas
F X #5 Z X F


Volume 11, Number 2
April 1957

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