'Morning Jewel' rose References
Book (1996) Page(s) 71. Includes photo(s).
Morning Jewel Climber... the bright pink flowers seen against handsome glossy foliage have a brilliant, jewel-like quality, especially when caught by the morning sun... a good item to try on a 'difficult' wall site...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 390.
Large-flowered Climber, medium pink, 1968, 'New Dawn' x 'Red Dandy'; Cocker. Flowers pink, semi-double, large; fragrant; foliage glossy; recurrent bloom.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 162. Includes photo(s).
Morning Jewel Cluster-flowered climber. Parentage: 'New Dawn' x 'Red Dandy'. Scotland 1968. Description and cultivation... The scented flowers are of medium size in a clear, bright pink... excellent ressitance to disease...
Book (1993) Page(s) 126. Includes photo(s).
A climbing Florbinuda. Cocker (Scotland) 1968. ('New Dawn' x 'Red Dandy') Continues to flower into autumn. Height: 10 ft. Fragrant.
Book (1988) Page(s) 147. Includes photo(s).
Morning Jewel Climbing Floribunda. Description.
Book (1985) Page(s) 156.
[Alec Cocker's] first new roses appeared in 1968: two pink climbers, 'Morning Jewel' and 'Rosy Mantle'. Both were seedlings of the famous 'New Dawn'.