Cana­dian rose se­ries

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‘Henry Hudson', ‘Cham­plain', ‘Fron­tenac', ‘Ge­orge Van­cou­ver', ‘John Franklin', ‘Lam­bert Close', ‘Ni­co­las', ‘Royal Al­bert', ‘Charles Al­banel' and ‘Si­mon Fraser'.

Larger shrub hy­brids:

‘Alexan­der MacKen­zie', ‘David Thompson', ‘De Mon­tarville', ‘Jens Munk', ‘J. P. Con­nell', ‘Marie-Vic­torin' and ‘Martin Fro­bisher'.

Climb­ing Ex­plor­ers:

‘Cap­tain Sa­muel Hol­land', ‘Henry Kelsey', ‘John Cabot, ‘John Davis', ‘Louise Jol­liet', ‘Wil­liam Baf­fin' and ‘Wil­liam Booth'.

Park­land Se­ries:

‘Hope for Hu­man­ity', ‘Mor­den Amorette', ‘Mor­den Belle', ‘Mor­den Blush', ‘Mor­den Car­dinette', ‘Mor­den Fire­glow' and ‘Win­nipeg Parks'.

Taller shrubs:

‘Ade­laide Hood­less', ‘Cuth­bert Grant', ‘Mor­den Cen­ten­nial', ‘Mor­den Ruby', ‘Mor­den Snow­beauty', ‘Mor­den Sun­rise', ‘Prairie Dawn, ‘Prairie Joy and ‘Rhein­au­park'. (The most fra­grant rose in the se­ries is ‘Cuth­bert Grant'.)

Cana­dian Artist Se­ries:

'Os­car Peter­son' (2016), 'Camp­fire' (2014) named after Tom Thom­son, 'Bill Reid' (2012), 'Emily Carr' (2007), 'Felix Le­Clerc' (2007)

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