What's New on this Website
May 3, 2005: A new rose added: 'Julia's Rose'.
April 12 , 2005: A new rose added: 'Helen Traubel'.
April 5 , 2005: A new rose added: 'Joycie'.
March 27, 2005: A new rose added: 'Mécène'.
March 23 , 2005: A new rose added to my listing: 'Surpasse Tout'.
December 22, 2004: December 2004, Brent Dickerson offers a new work on the Damask Perpetuals of the 1840's.
November 13, 2004: A recently registered Moss rose of my own breeding, 'Barbara Oliva'.
October 31, 2004: A new rose added: a Bracteata Hybrid of my own breeding, "04-02-06"
October 13, 2004: a new rose added, 'Crimson Blush'.
October 1, 2004: a new rose added, 'Soleil d'Or'.
September 30th, 2004: Link to the Heritage Rose Foundation's California Rose Heritage program listing (in PDF file format), for the May 12, 2005 program.
September 28, 2004: A new rose added, 'Hinrich Gaede'.
September 20, 2004: Link to the new Heritage Rose Foundation's discussion forum.
August 2004: The Dedication of the new Ralph S. Moore Rose Garden in Visalia, California.
July 5th, 2004, new roses listed: 'Harry Wheatcroft', 'Mariposa Gem', and 'William Shakespeare 2000'. Also, a useful article by nurseryman Thomas Rivers, written in 1854 on the culture and history of the Damask Perpetual.
March 4th, 2004: Ralph Moore to be honored with a new park in Visalia! (Note about the project)
February 25th, 2004: A new rose added: 'Fuzzy Wuzzy Red'.
February 17th, 2004: A new rose added: 'Hebe's Lip'.
February 9th, 2004: A new rose added to my listing: 'Lady Angela'.
January 5th, 2004: Breeding Roses Around the World, by Ralph S. Moore. From the 1969 publication Gardener's Chronicle and New Horticulturist, Vol, 165, #15.
There is also a lot of work being done to update this site, including new photos to be added, and new roses described. Watch for these in the coming months.
Original photographs and site content © Paul Barden 1996-2005