'Sir Henry Segrave' rose References
Magazine (1936) Page(s) 175.
Sir Henry Segrave, H.T. (Dickson. 1932). — It is difficult to exercise a proper degree of restraint in commenting upon this superb rose. The substance and lasting qualities of the blooms, together with their perfection of form and clean, chaste....
Book (1936) Page(s) 656.
Seagrave, Sir Henry (HT) A. Dickson 1932; primrose-yellow to cream, base chrome-yellow, fades to ivory-white, very large, very double, pointed form, high-centered, lasting, fragrance 6/10, floriferous, continuou bloom, long strong stems, growth 6/10, upright, bushy, well-branched, hardy. Sangerhausen
Website/Catalog (1934) Page(s) 41.
New Roses 1933. Sir Henry Seagrave HT. (Alex Dickson & Sons 1932) F. 3. ....perfect form, substance and size. E.
Book (1933) Page(s) 54.
Harry H. Hazlewood. The New Roses of 1933.
The best novelty is undoubtedly Sir Henry Seagrave (A. Dickson and Sons). It is a good grower, with ample petalage of a light primrose colour, and a shape and size to please the most exacting exhibitor.
Website/Catalog (1933) Page(s) 46.
New Roses 1933. Sir Henry Seagrave (HT. Alex Dickson & Sons 1932) Primrose yellow with chrome base; large well shaped bud, full flower, vigorous and hardy growth, free and perpetual blooming, sweet scent. Price 4/- each.
Good growth, good shape; colour as described. Looks promising. Fine exhibition bloom.