'Bradwardine' rose References
Book (Apr 1999) Page(s) 559.
Rose Bradwardine Rubiginosa. Lord Penzance 1894
Book (1997) Page(s) 194.
Rose Bradwardine Sweet Briar. Penzance 1894. Description... clusters of single, clear rose-pink flowers...
Book (1994) Page(s) 18.
A Lord Penzance hybrid.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 516.
Rose Bradwardine Eglanteria (Old Garden Rose), Flowers clear rose-pink [mp], 1894, Penzance
Book (1936) Page(s) 103.
Bradwardine, Rose (hybrid rubiginosa) Lord Penzance 1894; light pink with violet, petal bottom white, single, large clusters, floriferous, fragrant foliage, growth 8/10, climbing, hardy.
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 39.
Hybrid Sweet Briars.
Pruning. — Cut back fairly hard the first season after planting; afterwards they only require thinning and slightly stopping the long shoots and laterals.
Rose Bradwardine... Lord Penzance, 1894, vigorous. Clear rose.
Book (1914) Page(s) insert after p.36. Includes photo(s).
Rose Bradwardine. A rose-coloured Penzance Sweetbriar, good for pillars and hedges.
Book (1906) Page(s) 148.
9.597. Rose Bradwardine, Hybride de Rubiginosa, Lord Penzance 1894 violet onglet blanc
Book (1903) Page(s) 255.
The Sweet Briar.
The Sweet Briar is a native species well-known to all lovers of plants from the delicious fragrance of its leaves and the beauty of its bright scarlet fruit. It is also one of our best hedge plants.
20. Rose Bradwardine; flowers clear rose. [raised by the late Lord Penzance]
Magazine (15 Mar 1902) Page(s) 168.
"Hybrid Stock for Rose Propagation" (Paper read before the American Rose Society by Dr. W. Van Fleet)
For high budding we have found nothing better than the Penzance Hybrid Sweetbriers, Rose Bradwardine, Amy Robsart, and Anne of Gierstein. They grow here more upright and vigorous than the type species, and are not subject to sun-scald like standard Manetti.