'Red Cascade' rose References
Website/Catalog (2006) Page(s) 10. Includes photo(s).
Website/Catalog (2006) Page(s) 10.
Red Cascade Moore... a prostrate or cascading climber...
Website/Catalog (4 Jan 1999) Page(s) 44. Includes photo(s).
Website/Catalog (9 Jul 1998) Page(s) 9.
Red Cascade 1" deep red flowers cover the plant repeatedly all season long. 'Red Cascade' spreads out to make a plant up to 5' across. Excellent for hanging basket, ground cover, etc....
Book (1997) Page(s) 147.
Weeping tree roses are created in the same fashion as the bushy types, except that the buds used are climbing roses (ramblers in particular), ground cover roses, and even larger shrub roses. These are much more interesting because of the wonderful cascading effect they create in the garden... One of the best weeping tree roses I ever saw was in an amateur rose grower's garden in Kansas City, Missouri. At the top of a six-foot stem of 'Dr. Huey,' this rosarian budded several buds of the miniature climbing rose 'Red Cascade.' The fountain of red roses in his garden in June was one of the most spectacular sites I've ever seen.
Article (magazine) (1997) Page(s) 20. Includes photo(s).
Book (1994) Page(s) 138.
Ross Heathcote. Climbing Miniature Roses.
Red Cascade 1976, (Moore): Smallish dark red blooms in clusters on short stems. The name indicates that it could be used in hanging baskets but the canes are so strong that they would have to be heavily weighted to cascade!. It is one of only two rose plants that gets mildew in my garden (the floribunda, 'Diana' is the other). The canes are up to 1.5 metres. Really a disappointment as it grows for me. (I have three plants of it.)
Book (1994) Page(s) 200. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 487.
Red Cascade Climbing Miniature, deep red, 1976, (MOORcap); (R. wichuraiana x 'Floradora') x 'Magic Dragon'; Moore, R.S. Description.
Book (1993) Page(s) 202.
A free-flowering climbing Miniature Rose. Moore (USA) 1976. Repeats.