'Amelia Earhart' rose References
Book (2002) Page(s) 19.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 13.
Amelia Earhart Hybrid Tea, golden yellow, center flushed pink, 1932, ('Président Charles Hain'); 'Souv. de Claudius Pernet' x ('Louise Catherine Breslau' x 'Paul Neyron'); Reymond. Description.
Book (1958) Page(s) 8.
Amelia Earhart (Président Charles Hain in Europe). HT. Reymond; int. J&P, '32.) Souv. de Claudius Pernet X (Louise Catherine Breslau X Paul Neyron). Large, dbl., very fragrant, golden yellow, center flushed pink. Vigorous. ([ploidy] 28) Pl. Pat. 63 (expied).
Book (1953) Page(s) 175.
[synonyms] President Charles Hain Amelia Earheart
Book (1947) Page(s) 221.
Président Charles Hain (H.T.) lives under a multiplicity of names, to wit, Amelia Earhart, Magnum Pernet, and Madame Jules Guérin, and i size and quality justify them, deserves them all! The huge yellow flowers are very double and are borne in quantity upon vigorous plants with upright growth, but require an umbrella in wet weather. Reymond 1929. ...Vigorous growth. Moderately fragrant...June-September. Hardy.
Book (1940) Page(s) 7.
Amelia Earhart American name for 'Président Charles Hain'.
Website/Catalog (1938) Page(s) 33.
President Charles Hain (L. Reymund 29). Golden-yellow, outer petals lighter, center canary yellow, double, fine form and fragrant, bud enourmously long, pointed, solitary, upright.
Book (1936) Page(s) 229.
Earhart, Amelia (HT) Reymond 1929; Souv. Cl. Pernet X L. C. Breslau; yellow, center reddish yellow, very large, very double, lasting, = Magn. Pernet, Pr. Ch. Hain
Book (1936) Page(s) 327.
Hain, Président Charles (hybrid lutea) Reymond 1929; Sv. Cl. Pernet X L. Cath. Breslau; golden-yellow, center deep yellow, shaded tender orange, reverse golden-yellow, very large, very double, fine form, solitary, fragrance 7/10, floriferous, continuous bloom, long strong stems, growth 7/10, well-branched. = Magnum Pernet; in America, Amelia Earhart. Sangerhausen
Article (misc) (2 Mar 1935) Page(s) 91.
Président Charles Hain makes a fine plant with the vigor of ['Souvenir Claudius Pernet'], marvelously shaped buds, good fragrance and mammoth blooms, but, alas, it is almost as much pink as it is yellow in this [Ohio] climate. It is a little more yellow, perhaps, than 'Joanna Hill,' but by no stretch of the imagination can it be called a really yellow rose. I like it, nevertheless... After 'Max Krause', the race for second place among yellows in my garden lies between 'Mrs. Pierre S. du Pont', 'Golden Dawn' (absolutely the finest non-Pernetiana yellow rose in the world), 'Président Charles Hain,' 'Mrs. E.P. Thom', 'Eldorado', 'Roselandia', ' and 'Soeur Thérèse'.