'Heinrich Wendland' rose References
Website/Catalog (1936) Page(s) 59.
Hch. Wendland, bright gold, centre nasturtium-red
Book (1936) Page(s) 754.
Wendland, Heinrich (hybrid lutea) Kordes 1930; Mevr. van Rossem X Charl. P. Kilham; nasturtium-brown-red, edges often carmine, reverse bright golden-yellow, large, well double, high-centered, lasting, solitary, fragrance 7/10, floriferous, repeats well, long strong stems, few but large thorns, long branches, growth 6/10, upright. Sangerhausen
Article (misc) (2 Mar 1935) Page(s) 90.
Heinrich Wendland a perfect blend of red and yellow... high-centered...
Website/Catalog (1933) Page(s) 50.
New Roses 1932. Heinrich Wendland Pernt. (W. Kordes Sohne 1930), F. 2. Deep golden yellow on the outside with a rich nasturtium red on the inner face of the petal. The pointed buds open to large blooms carrying upwards of forty five petals, but although they are sometimes confused and somewhat weak as regards shape, they present such a novel colour that most growers will be prepared to overlook the fault. The colour is most variable but the variety stands out as one of the best for some time. Light fruit scent. A.H.M.Mt.P.S.
Website/Catalog (1932) Page(s) 40.
New Roses 1932. Heinrich Wendland (HT. W Kordes Sohne 1930). Colour deep golden yellow on reverse and a vivid capucine nasturtium red on the inner face of the petal. Pointed bud opening to perfect large blooms that retain their colour. Vigorous growth, disease resistant foliage. 4/- each.
Outside petal shows yellow base merging into flesh pink. Inside petals show pronounced yellow base with coppery red changing to mauve pink as flowers age. The main impression is coppery pink. Part pernetiana origin. Recommended.