The sample above is a small screen clip to show you the chart I made. It lists what I think are all the roses (99?) bred by Griffith Buck and introduced to commerce either prior to or after his death. As many rosarians know, there are a couple of Buck roses that were introduced over the decade following his passing,and then approximately 8 more, collected from his friends, were introduced in 2010 by Chamblee Rose Nursery of Tyler, Texas. To create the chart, I pulled together information from several web sources, my own experience, and, most prominently, an old xeroxed description of cultivars that is of unknown provenance and dates back at least to 1987. Even so, there are still some gaps in info. In case you are wondering, the "grey" background items are Buck roses that I've never seen or grown. The "white" are roses I currently have in my garden, although many aren't mature yet.
UPDATE: I was able to add the table to page 3 here on this blog. It doesn't format as perfectly as my Word document pictured above, but at least I can keep it updated better than a jpg file on Photobucket. It provides the pictured information such as color, height, etc on each one, as well as my best estimate of blackspot resistance in my mid-continental climate. The legend for the chart is at the bottom. I hope everyone finds it useful and I plan to update it as I receive more information.Enjoy!
I left this paragraph from the original post in case you want to download the original table jpg's, but this info will not be updated: