'Break o' Day, Cl.' rose References
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 62.
Break o' Day, Climbing Climbing Hybrid Tea, orange, 1944, Brownell.
Article (misc) (4 Mar 1950) Page(s) 30.
Break o'Day, Cl. is one of the most rampant growers; only 'New Dawn' surpasses it... Like most Brownell climbers, it takes a long time to become established... large ovoid buds opened into very double, apricot to light orange blooms. The foliage is disease-resistant and hardy.
Book (1945) Page(s) 224, 225.
Climbing Break O'Day Climbing Hybrid Tea. (The Brownells, 1944). Sport of 'Break O'Day'... Apricot to light orange...
p. 225: Climbing Break O'Day Climbing Hybrid Tea. The Brownells, Little Compton, Rhode Island; [introduced by] Walter D. Brownell, Little Compton, Rhode Island.