'Manda's Triumph' rose References
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 351.
Manda's Triumph Rambler, Flowers pure white [w], 1899, R. wichuraiana x 'Pâquerette'; Horvath; W.A. Manda... in clusters of 10-12
Magazine (1939) Page(s) 103-104.
In a letter written to Secretary Hatton on August 16, 1939, Mr. Horvath, who had in the meantime looked up his old records, wrote thus:
"It was not in New Jersey where I was employed by the firm of Pitcher & Manda (also known as United States Nurseries) but after leaving P. & M., from where I went to Newport, R. I., that the birth of the Wichuraiana hybrids occurred. It was while I was absent from Newport, leaving my plants in charge of V. Vanicek, a friend of W. A. Manda, that the original hybrid plants were given to him, thus finding their way into commerce. Corrections may now be made, because I have found the record of the missing pollinate parent of the two pink hybrids. R. Wichuraiana X Agrippina gave two crosses, including Pink Roamer and South Orange Perfection. Two others, Manda's Triumph and Universal Favorite, resulted from crossing R. Wichuraiana X Paquerette, a small imbricate-petaled dwarf white Polyantha.
Book (1936) Page(s) 449.
Manda's Triumph (hybrid wichurana) Manda 1897; R. Wich. X HP; white, small, single, regular form, in clusters of 50-100, floriferous, few leaves, growth 9/10, climbing, 4 m. Sangerhausen
Book (1910) Page(s) 262.
Manda's Triumph Wichuraiana: flowers pure white, double, of medium size.
Book (1908) Page(s) 67.
Manda's Triumph. Manda, 1897. Pure white, double.
Website/Catalog (1908) Page(s) 19.
Hardy Climbing Roses, including Ramblers...
Manda's Triumph. Large clusters of double white flowers; sweet scented...Each .30, Per 10 2.00
Book (1906) Page(s) 169.
W. A. Manda, South Orange, New Jersey, introduced in 1897 and 1899 a number of very distinct climbing roses, with R. Wichuraiana as one parent. They are practically evergreen.
...Manda's Triumph, double white, flowering in clusters, sweet scented.
Manda's Triumph A ground, free-flowering Rose; foliage rich and luxuriant. The flowers - double, pure white and 2 inches in diameter-are well formed, very fragrant, and borne in cluster of 25 to 50 blooms.
Book (1902) Page(s) 161.
6241. Manda's Triumph....(Amérique 1898), blanc
MANDA’S TRIUMPH. (Manda.) This grand rose is of free growth, luxuriant foliage, and
produces large clusters of double pure white flowers, beautifully imbricated and well
formed, two inces in diameter and sweetly-scented.