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'Evelyn May' rose References
Book  (3 Oct 2009)  
‘Evelyn May’. HT, dp, 1932, Edward; flowers vermilion-pink, 65 petals, moderate fragrance; free growth. [Lady Alice Stanley × Edith Part]
Newsletter  (1995)  Page(s) 19. Vol 4, No. 2.  
Evelyn May. HT. 1932. W. Edwards. Lady Alice Stanley x Edith Part.
Book  (1940)  Page(s) 68.  
‘Evelyn May’. HT. (W. Edwards, ’32) ‘Lady Alice Stanley’ x ‘Edith Part’. Full, 65 petals, fragrant, vermillion-pink. Free grower.
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 466.  
May, Evelyn (HT) Edwards 1932; L.A. Stanley X Ed. Part; vermilion-pink, large, very double, fragrance 5/10, ovoid pointed buds, growth 6/10, good.
Book  (1933)  Page(s) 177.  
New Roses of the World. ‘Evelyn May’. HT. (W. Edwards, 1932.) ‘Lady Alice Stanley’ x ‘Edith Part’. Type, ‘Mrs. Bryce Allen,’ but darker. Bud pointed-ovoid; flower full. double (65 petals), sweetly scented, vermilion-pink. Free grower.
Book  (1932)  Page(s) 106.  
Editor [T. A. Stewart]. Roses of Australia. 1932. Evelyn May (HT). W. Edwards. Lady Alice Stanley x Edith Part. Flower vermilion rose, pointed ovid bud, sweetly scented, full bloom, free growth, disease resistant.
Website/Catalog  (1932)  Page(s) 40.  
New Roses 1932.  Evelyn May (HT.  W. Edward 1932) 'Lady Alice Stanley' x 'Edith Part'. Flower vermilion rose; pointed ovoid bud, sweetly scented, full bloom; free growth, disease resistant. 3/6 each,
After the style of 'Mrs. Bryce Allen', but darker. Very fragrant, 65 petals.

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