'MEIchim' rose References
Book (2002) Page(s) 31.
Book (2000) Page(s) 145. Includes photo(s).
‘Carina’/MEIchim = Hybride de Thé… rose lumineux et pur, les 40 pétales charnus de sa grande fleur odorante forment une corolle sans défaut, au cœur en spirale parfaite… feuillage vert sombre, coriace et très sain… Meilland, France, 1963.
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 145. Includes photo(s).
Carina Description... large, double, medium pink...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 76.
Carina® Hybrid Tea, medium pink, 1963, (MEIchim); 'White Knight' x ('Happiness' x 'Independece'); Meilland, Alain. Description.
Book (Apr 1984) Page(s) 146.
Carina Meilland 1963... delicately shaded madder
Book (1970) Page(s) 153.
Mr. J. Henshaw, Heidelberg, Victoria. The New Ones.
Carina The shapely blooms of light pink with a slightly darker reverse makes a good decorative rose. The strong growth with long stems withstands wet weather but there is some mildew.
p123. Roy and Heather Rumsey, NSW. New Roses.
Carina (Meilland) Hybrid Tea. Nice medium pink, slightly deeper on the outside of the reflexed petals. Attractive pointed centres, and about 40 petals in the flower. The growth is of medium height. ['Message' x ('Rouge Meilland' x 'Kordes' Sondermeldung')].
p155. Dr. A. S. Thomas. New Roses in Victoria.
Carina, HT. (Meilland, 1965) ('Message' x ['Rouge Meilland' x 'Kordes' Sondermeldung']) A very fine two-toned pink rose with about forty petals making up a pointed shapely flower. Not a tall grower. I was very impressed with extensive plantings of this cultivar at Cap d'Antibes in 1963. It is one of the best roses of this testing.
Book (1967) Page(s) 180.
W. G. Treloar, Victoria. New Roses for 1967 (advertisement)
Carina. Another good new pink, this time from Meilland.
Book (1967) Page(s) 12. Includes photo(s).
Carina (H.T., Meilland 1963) - A beautiful, large rose with a diameter of 12 to 14 centimetres, 45 to 50 petals and a perfect bloom form. Carina is a variety which is suitable both for the garden as well as for the production of cut flowers. She was awarded with the First Prize for Novelties in Genova in 1966.