'Dr. Grill' rose References
Book (1997) Page(s) 381.
Dr. Grill Tea. Bonnaire (France) 1886. Parentage: 'Ophirie' x 'Souvenir de Victor Hugo'. Description... Flowers exquisite, pink overlaid with copper...
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 147. Includes photo(s).
Doctor Grill Tea. Description... Usually 'Doctor Grill' is a blend of delicate pink and peach... It is best not pruned too hard. One of the best of the Tea Roses for the garden. Bonnair 1886. Parentage: 'Ophirie' x 'Souvenir de Victor Hugo'.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 137.
Tea (OGR), orange pink, 1886, 'Ophirie' x 'Souv. De Victor Hugo'; Bonnaire. Flowers rose shaded coppery; fragrant.
Book (1993) Page(s) 110. Includes photo(s).
A Tea with deep pink or yellowish flowers depending on temperature. Bonnaire (France) 1886. ('Ophirie' x 'Souvenir de Victor Hugo')
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 45.
Dr. Grill tea. Bonnaire, 1886. Parentage: 'Ophirie' x 'Souvenir de Victor Hugo'. [Author cites information from different sources. From the Journal des Roses comes the following: "Sown in 1883 by Mons Bonnaire... the seeds, which were very numerous (about 200) didn't sprout more than a small quantity (5 or 6 or so)... only one was found to be vigorous and worthy of the attention of the breeder, who studied it several years before releasing it to commerce..." Dedicated to Dr. Grill, a flower-lover.]
Book (1986) Page(s) 91.
Dr. Grill (1886). A lovely rose, recently reintroduced after being unavailable for a long time. Very fragrant, nicely shaped, coppery pink flowers.
Website/Catalog (1936) Page(s) 5.
Docteur Grill Tea (Bonnaire 1885) Description.
Book (1936) Page(s) 318.
Grill, Dr. (tea) Bonnaire 1886; Ophirie X Sv. Victor Hugo; copper with dawn and light pink reflexes, reverse stained china-pink, medium to large, double, globular, high-centered, fine form, opens, solitary, fragrance 5/10, floriferous, autumn-bloomer, long stems, growth 5/10. Sangerhausen
Article (magazine) (1931) Page(s) 104 - 105.
Dr Grill:- Yellow, shaded copper, a quick grower, very vigorous, makes a splendid specimen plant; can be strongly recommended, as it is free from most diseases; should be grown more.
Book (1926) Page(s) 31.
Dr. Grill (Bonnaire, 1885): a very beautiful rose which, unfortunately, will not stand a Northern winter. It is pale yellow with a coppery centre, and sometimes slightly pinkish. The flowers nod, but they open well, and the color fades very little.