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Red Hybrid Teas
 
(1980)  Page(s) 22.  
 
Big Chief Parentage: 'Ernest H. Morse' x 'Red Planet'
(1980)  Page(s) 20-21.  
 
[Dickson writes:] One seedling left to me by father was nicknamed 'Big Red'. It was huge -- bloom, plant and foliage... it was no good in the open... the parentage of 'Big Red' is unknown. Along with the two greatest parents of all time, 'Peace' and 'Crimson Glory', it played an important role in providing the blood for the most recent reds we have reaised.
 
(1980)  Page(s) 21.  
 
Brilliant + Parentage: 'Prima Ballerina' x 'Brilliant'... although the flower form was similar to its parent, its colour was much brighter.
(1980)  Page(s) 23.  
 
[Patrick Dickson wrote in 1980:] As far as we in Europe are concerned, we would be please to see you [Americans] remove 'Charlotte Armstrong' varieties from your breeding programme.
(1980)  Page(s) 21.  
 
Since 1935 almost all the successful reds can be traced back to Wilhelm Kordes' 'Crimson Glory'. Until around 20 years ago, they always inherited two undesirable characteristics -- two outer petals with prominent white stripes and an unfortunate lack of vigor...
(1980)  Page(s) 21.  
 
Franklin Engelmann Parentage: 'Heidelberg' x 'Brilliant +'... a brilliant scarlet...
 
(1980)  Page(s) 22.  
 
Karl Herbst known as the Old Bull because it was used so frequently [in hybridizing]
 
(1980)  Page(s) 22.  
 
'Mister Lincoln', 'Oklahoma', and 'Papa Meilland'... [share] the same parentage ('Chrysler Imperial' x 'Charles Mallerin')
(1980)  Page(s) 22.  
 
'Mister Lincoln', 'Oklahoma', and 'Papa Meilland'... [share] the same parentage ('Chrysler Imperial' x 'Charles Mallerin')
(1980)  Page(s) 22, 23.  
 
Page 22: 'Mister Lincoln', 'Oklahoma', and 'Papa Meilland'... [share] the same parentage ('Chrysler Imperial' x 'Charles Mallerin')
Page 23: 'Papa Meilland'... though a weak, spindly plant, is a glorious dark, dark crimson -- the darkest we have and what a fragrance!
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