'Baccará ®' rose References
Book (Apr 1984) Page(s) 146.
Baccara Meilland 1958. Geranium red, streaked with red, famous for its long lasting quality either on the bush or as a cut flower...
Book (1960) Page(s) 16.
Dr. A. S. Thomas. New Varieties in Victoria.
Baccara HT. (F. Meilland 1956) Wonderfully bright orange-red flowers with stiff stems. Brighter than 'Radar' but smaller. The form is often faulty. A tall grower and no perfume. Hundreds of blooms of this (grown in glasshouses) made superb bowls at the International Rose Conference in London in 1958.
Book (1958) Page(s) 11.
Harry H. Hazlewood. Some New Roses For 1958.
Baccara. HT. (Meilland 1957). Shapely double blooms of intense vermilion with a darker reverse. A very striking, colour and one which will be in demand.
Website/Catalog (1958) Page(s) 6.
Novelty Roses 1958. Baccara HT. (Meilland, 1956.) Shapely double blooms of intense vermilion with a darker reverse. A very striking colour. The growth is strong and healthy. Very good. 12/6 each.
Book (1958) Page(s) 22.
Baccara. HT. (F. Meilland; int. URS, '56 and C-P, '57.) Happiness X Independence. Bud globular; fl. medium size (3 in.), dbl. (72-82 petals), cupped to flat, bright geranium-red. Fol. dark, leathery. Bushy, upright; free bloom. (28) Pl. Pat. 1367