'Lady Rachel Verney' rose References
Book (19 Apr 2000) Page(s) 299.
'LADY RACHEL VERNEY', HT, mp, 1935; Description; [Annie Laurie X Lord Charlemont]; Bees
Book (1940) Page(s) 18.
Bees, Ltd., Sealand Nurseries, Chester, England ['Lady Rachel Verney']
Website/Catalog (1938) Page(s) 44.
New Roses 1937. Lady Rachel Verney (HT. Bees Ltd. 1935) F. 3.... E.
Book (1937) Page(s) 16.
Harry H. Hazlewood. The New Roses of 1937.
Lady Rachel Verney, HT. (Bees, 1935), carries long buds, opening to blooms of excellent shape with 25 petals. Pink may be the common or standard colour amongst Roses, but this variety is attractive even amongst other pink sorts. Its future performances will be watched with great interest.
Website/Catalog (1937) Page(s) 38.
New Roses 1937. Lady Rachel Verney (HT. Bees Ltd. 1935) An unusually good buttonhole rose of refined form and colouring. Colour is a subtle blending of rose madder and glowing cerise pink, shading at the base to lemon. High centred bud and strongly scented. The stem is very stout and the foliage deep green. Delightful by artificial light. 4/- each.
Long buds, opening to splendidly shaped blooms of 25 petals. Attractive even amongst many other pink sorts.
Book (1936) Page(s) 730.
Verney, Lady R. (HT) Bees 1935; pink, fine form, fragrance 5/10, growth 6/10.