'Eglantine' rose References
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 152.
Eglantine Polyantha, carmine, center white, many yellow stamened; single, 1930, 'Amaury Fonseca' x 'Rodhatte'; Soupert & Notting...
Book (1936) Page(s) 233.
Eglantine (polyantha) Soup. & Nott. 1930; A. Fonseca X Rödhätte; carmine, center white, many yellow stamens, small, single, lasting, large clusters, fragrance 5/10, floriferous, continuous bloom, growth 6/10, short. Sangerhausen
Book (1934) Page(s) 69.
Alex Ross, Ashton, South Australia. Polyantha Roses.
In the single-flowered type the most successful varieties are 'Alice Amos', 'Britannia',and 'Mdme Francisque Favre', the three sorts being very much alike, of a bright crimson colour with a white eye. 'Beauty of New South Wales' and Eglantine would, no doubt, do well in a cool climate, but are quite useless with us.
Book (1933) Page(s) 99.
Alex Ross. Some of the Newer Roses in South Australia.
Eglantine was of a pale washy pink for the most part of the year, but the late autumn produced some fine trusses of a pale carmine colour. Suitable for only the very cool parts.
Book (1932) Page(s) 34.
Harry Hazlewood. The New Roses of 1932.
As in every year there are some which do not size up to any standard set by established varieties in this climate, brief notes are appended. Eglantine (Poly). Colour too delicate here.
Website/Catalog (1932) Page(s) 39.
New Roses 1932. Eglantine (Dwf. Poly. Soupert & Notting 1930) Flowers carmine with white centre and numerous golden stamens; large for the class; single; borne on stout stems. Vigorous dwarf growth; glossy green foliage; free flowering. 4/- each.
Colour too delicate here. Probably better in autumn and mountain climates.
Book (1932) Page(s) 215.
Trial Ground. List of Roses 1931-1932.
No. 506. Soupert & Notting. Eglantina. Poly. Pale Pink. Habit moderate. Somewhat like 'Alice Amos'.
Book (1931) Page(s) 235.
Eglantine. Poly. (Soupert & Notting, 1930.) Amaury Fonseca X Rodhatte. Flower small, single, very lasting, fragrant, carmine, with white center, many yellow stamens, borne in large cluster on strong stem of average length