'Kirsten Poulsen' rose References
Book (1961) Page(s) 117.
W. C. Thorn. What's In A Name. Kirsten Poulsen was the daughter of Dines Poulsen.
Article (misc) (1960) Page(s) 110.
Kirsten Poulsen Moderate to good crop [of hips] most years. Triploid.
Book (1955) Page(s) 111.
'Kirsten Poulsen'. (Hedge). Polyantha-hybrid. A well-known, single, older variety that is now planted mostly in hedges or in large groupings. It is unusually hardy and healthy. Light cherry-red. Very tall.
Article (misc) (1954) Page(s) 44.
Kirsten Poulsen. 21 chromosomes.
Book (1953) Page(s) 66.
Kirsten Poulsen - 21
p13. H. R. Darlington. Rose Growing for Beginners.
If 'Kirsten Poulsen' is desired as a companion to 'Else Poulsen', the form called 'Kirsten Poulsen Improved' should be obtained. It is a greatly improved colour to that of the original form, and in my garden has been even more continuously in flower.
p88 The Rose Analysis, 1942. it will be seen that 'Kirsten Poulsen' has disappeared from the Tables and a new sport, 'Kirsten Poulsen Improved', taken her place. The latter is similar in habit to the older variety, but the colour is a very bright red. It entirely supersedes 'Kirsten', and out of regard for the late S. Poulsen I would suggest that the older variety is withdrawn from cultivation and the world "Improved' dropped from the newer variety. it would be a graceful act, especially as I know the late S. Poulsen's feelings over the name.
Website/Catalog (1936) Page(s) 4.
Kirsten Poulsen (D.T. Poulsen 1924) Description.
Book (1936) Page(s) 578.
Poulsen, Kirsten (polyantha) Poulsen 1924; Orléans Rose X Red Star; bright scarlet, lasting, 7 cm., single, lasting, in clusters of 25, fragrance 2/10, floriferous, continuous bloom, light green foliage, growth 7/10, upright, 75 cm. Sangerhausen
Website/Catalog (1936) Page(s) 5.
Kirsten Poulsen Polyantha. rouge écarlate à fleurs simples, fleurit en bouquets de 15 à 20 fleurs. [scarlet red single flowers in clusters of 15-20 blooms]
Website/Catalog (1926) Page(s) 35.
New Roses 1925. Kirsten Poulsen (Poly. Poulsen).....a colour which stands out and demands attention.