'JOHnago' rose References
Article (magazine) (1991) Page(s) 33.
Number of petals...as average of ten blooms..'Chicago Peace' HT (1962), 50 petals
Book (1988) Page(s) 140, 141. Includes photo(s).
Page 140: [Photo]
Page 141: Chicago Peace Description... sport of 'Peace' discovered in Chicago...
Website/Catalog (1982) Page(s) 45.
Chicago Peace. A sport of Peace. Yellow with burnt orange and pink overlay. A good healthy rose. Tall. Johnston 1962.
Book (1969) Page(s) 165.
Mr. K. Cresswell, of Indooroopilly, Queensland. The New Ones.
'Summer Rainbow' is similar to 'Chicago Peace' but the form is inferior
Book (1967) Page(s) 42. Includes photo(s).
Chicago Peace (H.T., Johnson 1961) - Same habit as Madame A. Meilland and same bloom filling! This rose pleases through a fine tea fragrance.
p12. Roy and Heather Rumsey, NSW.
New Roses. Chicago Peace HT. Sport of 'Mme. A. Meilland'. The plant is exactly the same as the parent except that the colour is changed. Rich shimmering pink with canary yellow and occasionally copper tones. It has come consistently true with us and at times resembled that glorious colour 'Shot Silk' is noted for. It does pale as the flower ages, but is always beautiful and, of course, holds well on the bushes, making a delightful sight, as does the parent. We would think this is a decided acquisition for all. Has the same 35 or more petals of 'Mme. A. Meilland'.
p157 Hazlewood Nurseries Pty. Ltd.
Novelty Roses 1964. Chicago Peace (HT.) Pink, with yellow splashed through it.
Website/Catalog (1964) Page(s) 1.
Novelty Roses 1964. Chicago HT. Colour is a very pleasing pink with yellow splashed through it. Globular shaped petals. 10/6 each.