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A Book of Gardening: Ideas, Methods, Designs: A Practical Guide
 
(1995)  Page(s) 132.  
 
'Dorothy Perkins' has small double pink clustered blooms; 'American Pillar', more strident, has large single flowers in a vivid carmine pink, with a pronounced white eye. Both have large glossy leaves, which need spraying to prevent mildew...
 
(1995)  Page(s) 122.  
 
[At Barrington Court] in the Lily Garden... On the wall the climbing rose Dublin Bay has rich blood-red flowers and abundant glossy leaves...
 
(1995)  Page(s) 112-114, 130.  Includes photo(s).
 
Pages 112-114: [Photo] [At Blicking Hall] In the two beds nearest the house the flower colours are a blend of blue, mauve, pink and white, with a touch of crimson from the rose 'Else Poulsen'... [At Blicking Hall] Bordering the west beds are pink and crimson roses, 'Else Poulsen' and 'Kirsten Poulsen'...
Page 130: A rose garden of the 1930s will have the then new Floribundas such as 'Else Poulsen', its flowers bright rose-pink carried in clusters above glossy bronze foliage...
(1995)  Page(s) 133.  
 
[At Sissinghurst Castle] in the white garden the central arbour of Rosa mulliganii dominates the planting scheme at the beginning of July, while white 'Iceberg' roses are set in frames of box to formalize the arrangements...
 
(1995)  Page(s) 205.  
 
Petit Four clear pink semi-double flowers carried all through the season from June onwards...
 
(1995)  Page(s) 113.  
 
[At Blicking Hall] Bordering the west beds are pink and crimson roses, 'Else Poulsen' and 'Kirsten Poulsen'...
(1995)  Page(s) 42.  
 
Lawrence Johnston named for the maker of the gardens at Hidcote
(1995)  Page(s) 117.  
 
[At Felbrigg Hall] 'White Pet' has not been pruned for several years. [They] like the effective mass, now approaching 1.5 m (5 ft) in height, at the back of the border. The same rose in the garden at the front of the hall at Felbrigg is kept in check at about 75 cm (2 ft 6 in) maximum by two prunings a year, a main spring pruning and the lighter autumn cut-back, to reduce wind-rocking during the winter...
(1995)  Page(s) 215.  
 
Madame Grégoire Staechlin the early-flowering double pink rose... Although flowering only once [at Tintinhull House], in June, this rose is outstanding and throws out long healthy shoorts each year. [The author discusses its pruning in the chapter on rose gardens.]
(1995)  Page(s) 135.  
 
'Else Poulsen' is rather prone to mildew and it is being replaced in several Trust gardens by the healthier and very vigorous polyantha rose 'Mevrouw Nathalie Nyepls' with flowers and foliage of very similar colouring...
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