'Evangeline' rose References
Article (misc) (1935) Page(s) 111.
Evangeline produces huge sprays of wild-rose pink, single flowers
Book (1933) Page(s) 177.
Evangeline M. H. Walsh, 1906. A good representative of the small-flowered, single, pale pink, cluster-flowering Wichuraianas. Any of the dozen similar varieties might be substituted, but this one has the favor for its peculiar fragrance and enormous vigor.
Website/Catalog (1922) Page(s) 42.
Wichuraiana Class. (12) Evangeline (Walsh). 6. White, tipped with pink; single flowers borne in clusters : very fragrant; late flowering.
Book (Apr 1915) Page(s) 30, 73.
p. 30: Evangeline one of the best Wichuraiana climbers
p. 73: Evangeline Hybrid Wichuraiana. Walsh 1907. Single, white, tips of petals carmine pink.
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 42.
Wichuraiana and its Hybrids.
The varieties comprising this class are of unique and charming beauty, and form lovely objects in the garden while in bloom. They are suitable for rockery, sloping banks, pillars, pergolas, arches, &c. They are very lovely grown as standards.
Weeping Standards, 4 to 5 feet, 5/- each; 5 to 6 feet, 7/6 to 10/6 each; 6 feet and over, 10/6 to 15/- each.
Evangeline (Hybrid Wich)... Walsh, 1912, very vigorous. White, with the tips of the petals carmine pink; single; very beautiful.
Book (1913) Page(s) 100.
Wichuraiana Ramblers. By Dr. A. H. Williams, Vice-President N.R.S.
The wichuraiana Ramblers fall naturally into two well defined groups:
II. The Late, composed of those whose main flowering season lies in the month of July. They mostly have a strain of multiflora in their parentage. The trusses are usually very large, consisting often of an immense number of small flowers, which may be either singles or double rosettes.
Late Flowering Single Varieties.
Evangeline. — Rampant, vigorous, flexible growth. Flowers in fine trusses- individual blooms large. Petals white tipped with pink; sweetly fragrant.
Website/Catalog (1910) Page(s) 26.
Novelties of 1907 and 1908.
Evangeline blooms in large trusses single carmine-pink on white base over bronze-coloured foliage.
Book (1908) Page(s) 67.
Evangeline. Walsh, 1906. Large single flowers, white, tipped pink.
Book (1906) Page(s) 175.
One of the most progressive of modern hybridists is Mr. Walsh of Woods Hole, Mass., who has given these: ...Evangeline has flowers two inches across, single, pure white.