'Evangeline' rose References
Book (2006) Page(s) 272.
Evangeline R[ambler] No rebloom. Outstanding fragrance. Habit [diagram 3] Walsh 1906. [Provenance Russo]. Single pink flowers an inch or so across, rosy at the edges and pale toward the center, softening to white, the petals have a distinctly wavy and pert twist to them which give tremendous life to the blooms and the overall display. We are very grateful to Dan Russo for bringing this correctly named rose to our collection and helping us to correct an old error.
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 230. Includes photo(s).
Evangeline Rambler. Walsh (USA) 1906. Rosa wichuraiana x 'Crimson Rambler'. Evangeline, the long narrative poem by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, was a very popular work in the nineteenth century... [cluster of] rose-white single blooms that are veined pink... dark leathery foliage... This rose does well in shade
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 229.
Evangeline Walsh, U.S., 1906. Rosa wichuraiana x 'Crimson Rambler'... very pretty... light pink... Richer in colour than 'Francis E. Lester'. It is to the pale pinks what 'Hiawatha' is to the crimsons
Book (1994) Page(s) 113. Includes photo(s).
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 167. Includes photo(s).
Evangeline Rambler. Walsh 1906. Description. 'Evangeline' is probably a better rose than the ubiquitous 'Dorothy Perkins'... with the bonus of sweet fragrance and much less mildew... candy-pink flowers. Parentage: Rosa wichuraiana x 'Crimson Rambler'
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 167.
Evangeline Rambler, rosy white, veined cameo-pink, 1906, R. wichuraiana x 'Crimson Rambler'; Walsh. Description.
Book (1993) Page(s) 145. Includes photo(s).
A late-flowering single Rambler, but a double-flowering Rambler sometimes goes by this name. Walsh (USA) 1906. (Rosa wichuraiana x 'Crimson Rambler')
Book (May 1992) Page(s) 316. Includes photo(s).
Evangeline Walsh (USA) 1906. R. wichuraiana x 'Crimson Rambler'... single, soft pinkish-white flowers. These are produced... later in the season than those of most others of its type...
Book (1939) Page(s) 27.
Editor's footnote: The Senior Editor, who loves hardy climbers, wonders why Mr. O'Neal does not mention the Walsh climbers - all truly hardy; mostly single, and of delightful forms as well of great vigour. Seemingly they are almost "out", though excelling most of the newcomers in sheer beauty. At Breeze Hill we are establishing a long hedge-fence of Walsh beauties, in his memory, including Paradise, Evangeline, Hiawatha, Milky Way, Wedding Bells, Excelsa, Troubadour, Sweetheart, Minnehaha, and others. Notice the pleasant names!
Book (1936) Page(s) 247.
Evangeline (hybrid wichurana) Walsh 1906; R. Wich. X Crimson Rambler; white-pink, veined pink, edges carmine-pink, white pistils, 5 cm., single, open, lasting, large clusters, fragrance 5/10, mediocre bloom, July, growth 7/10, climbing, 3 m., hardy, Sangerhausen