Some rose growers are known for their particular contributions to the field. These include:

A

B

Henry Bennett (1823–1890)

C

The Hybrid Tea 'Just Joey' (Cants of Colchester 1972) was inducted in the Rose Hall of Fame in 1994

D

Pedro Dot
Pedro Dot (1885–1976)

F

G

Rudolf Geschwind (1829–1910)

H

'Alexander' by Harkness

J

K

'Iceberg' by Kordes

L

M

'Peace' from Meilland

N

P

Joseph Pernet-Ducher (1859–1928)

R

S

George Schoener (1864–1941)

T

V

See also

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