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'Pink Radiance' rose References
Website/Catalog  (9 Nov 2017)  
 
Registered Name:'Radiance' 
Synonyms:'Pink Radiance'
ARS Approved Exhibition Name:Radiance
HT, lp, 1904, Cook, J.W.; bud globular; flowers rose-pink, reverse lighter, large, 23 petals, cupped, intense, damask fragrance; foliage leathery; vigorous growth. [Enchanter × Cardinal]
Introductions: P. Henderson, 1908
Website/Catalog  (22 Dec 1998)  Page(s) 36.  Includes photo(s).
 
Radiance Vintage Hybrid Tea. Cook 1908. Description... The rose pink blooms are backed by a lighter pink -- giving a two-tone effect...
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 481.  
 
Hybrid Tea, light pink, 1908, ('Pink Radiance'); 'Enchanter' x 'Cardinal'; Cook, J.; P. Henderson. Bud globular; flowers rose-pink, reverse lighter, semi-double (23 petals), cupped, large; very fragrant (damask); foliage leathery; vigorous growth.
Book  (1993)  Page(s) 48.  
 
Mention the name of John Cook to a rose enthusiast, and the immediate response will be Radiance. This is the name of the pink rose that Cook introduced in 1908 -- a rose that has been called a world rose...
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 271.  
 
Radiance ('Pink Radiance') Hybrid Tea. J. Cook/Henderson, 1908. Parentage: 'Enchanter' x 'Cardinal'. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book  (1965)  Page(s) 357.  
 
Radiance. (Pink Radiance). HT. (J. Cook; int. P. Henderson, '08.) Enchanter x Cardinal. Bud globular; fl. large, dbl. (23 petals), cupped, very fragrant (Damask), rose-pink, reverse lighter; long stem. Fol. leathery.  Very vig. ; abundant bloom. lp. [light pink]
Book  (1958)  Page(s) 316.  
 
Radiance. (Pink Radiance). HT. (J. Cook; int. P. Henderson, '08.) Enchanter x Cardinal. Bud globular; fl. large, dbl. (23 petals), cupped, very fragrant (Damask), rose-pink, reverse lighter; long stem. Fol. leathery.  Very vig. ; abundant bloom. (28).
Article (magazine)  (Dec 1951)  Page(s) 20.  
 
Radiance did more thany any other [rose] ever introduced to establish hybrid teas as popular garden roses.
Book  (1948)  Page(s) pp. 112.  Includes photo(s).
 
Red Radiance and Radiance. Hybrid Tea
Book  (1947)  Page(s) 126.  
 
Radiance (Garden)  Needs no introduction. For garden and vases and florists' trade it is universally grown. Favourite for rose hedges. Always among the top listers. Double blooms of carmine pink with silvery pink inside the petals. Vigour of growth, healthy foliage, and freedom of bloom are unsurpassed. Though the flowers are full nosed, their decorative quality is peculiarly their own. Long, strong stems. A sweet rich fragrance. Can be grown to pointed buds in Autumn.  Fragrant. Habit 4. (HT)
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