'Robin Hood' rose References
Article (misc) (1954) Page(s) 47.
Robin Hood 14 chromosomes.
Book (1943) Page(s) 62.
Leonard Hollis. Reliable Roses for the Town Garden. Cherry red and carmine: 'Robin Hood' and 'Sammy'.
Website/Catalog (1938) Page(s) 15.
Robin Hood (Pembert. 27). Blooms in large trusses, very floriferous, glossy cherry-red, vigorous, group variety.
Book (1938) Page(s) 157.
Leonhard Hollis. Roses for Beginners. 'Robin Hood', cherry red semi-double flowers.
Book (1936) Page(s) 351.
Hood, Robin (hybrid moschata) Pemberton 1927; glossy cherry-red, large clusters (like polyantha), fragrance 5/10, floriferous, continuous bloom, growth 6/10, upright, 1,50 m. Sangerhausen
Magazine (1935) Page(s) 199.
Robin Hood (Pemberton 1927, not the Tea Rose by Hill of 1912), to 2 m, vivid cherry-red, single.
'Robin Hood' (Hy. Musk): Polyantha type. Bright cherry red. Blooms in large clusters. Shrub habit, very free and continuous blooming.
Book (1932) Page(s) 78.
Robin Hood, Pemberton 1927, Lambertiana; strongly upright, bushy; group rose, hedges, bush; hardy; very floriferous, 80 cm high, early blooming, cut back short
Book (1930) Page(s) 228.
'Robin Hood'. H. Mos. (Pemberton, 1927). Type, Polyantha. Flower bright cherry-red, borne in large clusters. Growth vigorous (4 to 5 ft); very free and continuous bloomer.
p123 The Autumn Show, 1929. Mr. J. H. Pemberton was third. His pillars of .... and 'Robin Hood' were all very effective.
p167. Trial Ground, 1929. J. H. Pemberton. 'Robin Hood'. Poly.pom. bright red. vigorous. Semi-double.