'Teasing Georgia' rose References
'Ausbaker' , S, yb, 1998, (Teasing Georgia, [Charles Austin × seedling], Austin, David; flowers deep yellow in center, paler yellow on outer petals, large, very dbl., cupped, borne mostly singly, moderate, tea rose fragrance; good repeat; foliage medium size, light green, semi-glossy, disease-resistant; prickles few; branching, strong, graceful, medium (3½ ft.) growth
Article (website) (2007)
Roses with superior resistance (less than 2% foliage infected) to black spot and cercospora leaf spot were considered no-spray roses (do not require fungicides for clean foliage).
Teasing Georgia is on the list of no-spray roses.
Article (magazine) (Dec 2000) Page(s) 110.
Awarded a Trial Ground Certificate and the Harry Edland Medal for Fragrance. No. 2476 'P/27/88' (Austin). Cluster-flowered Shrub rose, apricot yellow.
Magazine (Jan 1999) Page(s) 34.
AUSbaker (Teasing Georgia); Shrub; yellow blend; David Austin.
Website/Catalog (Jun 1998) Page(s) 6. Includes photo(s).