A dwarf variety of Rosa multiflora was discovered by Robert Fortune in Japan and brought back to Europe. From this dwarf and a pink china, Jean Baptiste Guillot  developed a low growing rose with small, double, white flowers born in clusters. Most Polyantha flowers are small and produced in clusters. Ideal for front of the bed, small gardens, and containers, they give color in mass.

  • Baby Alberic (ly) 1932
  • Belmont Yellow (yb) {found}
  • Bloomfield Abundance (lp) 1920
  • Borderer (pb) 1918
  • ++Cecile Brunner (lp) 1891 (f)
  • China Doll (mp) 1946
  • Clotilde Soupert ( w ) 1890 (f)
  • Doc (mp) 1954
  • Dopey (mr) 1954
  • Echo (pb) 1914
  • Grumpy (mp) 1956
  • Katharina Zeimet ( w ) 1901 (f)
  • ++La Marne (pb) 1915
  • Lullaby ( w ) 1953
  • Margo Koster (ob) 1931
  • Margo’s Sister (lp) 1954
  • ++Marie Daly (mp) 1999
  • Marie Pavie (w) 1888 (f)
  • Marjory Palmer (mp) 1936
  • Mothersday (dr) 1949
  • Mrs. R.M. FInch (mp) 1923
  • Orange Morsdag (ob) 1956
  • ++Perle d’Or (yb) 1884 (vf)
  • Pink Gate (lp) {found}
  • Rita Sammons (pb) 1925
  • Snow White ( w ) 1941
  • ++The Fairy (lp) 1932
  • Verdun (mr) 1918
  • Weeping China Doll (mp) 1977
  • White Cecile Brunner ( w ) 1909
  • White Pet ( w ) 1879
  • Yvonne Rabier ( w ) 1910
  • Zenaitta (rb) 1991

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