'Hiawatha' rose References
Website/Catalog (1927) Page(s) 31.
'Solarium' ..... Declared to be an improvement on Hiawatha, but quite distinct.
Website/Catalog (1925) Page(s) 20.
Hiawatha.—A sturdy variety, producing abundant single flowers of a brilliant ruby carmine with a clear white eye and a mass of golden stamens.
Website/Catalog (1922) Page(s) 41.
Wichuraiana Class. (3) Hiawatha (Walsh) 6. A rambling variety of great beauty, bearing large trusses of single flowers; colour, deep crimson shading to almost white in the centre of the blooms, with rich golden anthers; remaining a long time in flower; late flowering. Mildews.
Magazine (1918) Page(s) 6.
Website/Catalog (1917) Page(s) 41.
Hardy Climbing and Trailing Roses
Hiawatha. — A strong growing variety with single flowers. An authority on roses says of it: "There is no other rose so brilliant as Hiawatha. It must be seen to be appreciated. Its flowers are about 1½ inches across and produced in long pendulous sprays, frequently with from 40 to 50 flowers on a spray. In color it is a brilliant ruby-carmine with a clear white eye and a mass of golden stamens."
Book (Apr 1915) Page(s) 29.
Hiawatha one of the best Wichuraiana climbers
Book (Apr 1915) Page(s) 73.
Hiawatha Hybrid Wichuraiana. Walsh 1905. Single, crimson, center pure white to cream.
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 33.
Climbing Roses for Conservatory.
For conservatory climbing we can supply strong plants specially grown for this purpose. The undernoted varieties can be supplied in pots, strong plants 6-ft to 14-ft. long.
7-inch Pots, 3/6. 8-inch Pots, 5/- to 7/6.
Hiawatha, brilliant scarlet.
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.
Hiawatha... Walsh, 1905, very vigorous. Brilliant scarlet, flowering in large clusters; most brilliant and effective.
Extra-size Plants, 1/6
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 7.
Hybrid Wichuranas. Hiawatha. Small, single, dark crimson, passing to white in the centre. Pillar rose. Hardy.