'Admiral Rodney' rose References
Website / Catalog (2008) Page(s) 6. Includes photo(s).
Book (2002) Page(s) 18.
Book (2000) Page(s) 66. Includes photo(s).
‘Admiral Rodney’ = Hybride de Thé, tons roses, remontant. See ref Botanica's Rose… Trew, UK, 1973. Ascendance inconnue.
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 66. Includes photo(s).
Admiral Rodney Large-flowered/Hybrid Tea. Trew 1973. Description... grown almost exclusively for exhibition purposes... rose pink and a deeper pink reverse...
Article (magazine) (Apr 1998) Page(s) 11.
Admiral Rodney [the reason for many of the 'Admiral Rodney' bushes being so weak so soon after its introduction...] it was felt that the material used to propagate the later bushes were constantly being ravished for the production of budwood...
Article (magazine) (Mar 1998) Page(s) 17.
The top show rose [in England] is still Admiral Rodney which, with its perfect bloom and magnificent perfume, is worthy of a place in anyone's garen.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 3.
Hybrid Tea, pink blend, 1973, Trew, C.; Warley Rose Gardens. Flowers pale rose-pink, reverse deeper, double (45 petals), large (4-4 1/2 in.); very fragrant; foliage large, glossy, dark; vigorous growth.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 168. Includes photo(s).
Admiral Rodney Large-flowered hybrid tea. England 1973. Parentage unknown. Description and cultivation... The clear pink flowers are very large and scented and have a good shape... Prized as an exhibition plant...
Book (May 1992) Page(s) 374.
Admiral Rodney Hybrid Tea. Trew (UK) 1973... clear rose-pink flowers...
Book (1992) Page(s) 11.
Large-flowered Shrub grown for showing; light pink; blooms very large, double; growth bushy, 2 x 2 ft. (60 x 60 cm), not robust; moderate scent. Trew, 1973.