'Copper Glow' rose References
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 108.
Copper Glow Large-flowered Climber, orange and orange blend, 1940, 'Golden Glow' x 'Break o' Day'; Brownell. Description.
Book (1990) Page(s) 139. Includes photo(s).
Book (1990) Page(s) 139.
Copper Glow Rambler. Brownell 1940. Description. Flowers: double, large, orange...
Book (1948) Page(s) 56.
K. P. Jones, Barrington, Rhode Island. Wichuraiana Hybrids.
The Brownells have introduced some 20 climbers and several dozen hybrids teas, all of which are related to Rosa Wichuraiana. Without exception these roses are directly related to either ‘Dr. W. Van Fleet’, ‘Glenn Dale’, or ‘Mary Wallace’ or to two or all three of these climbers. For instance, the beautiful, rich copper-colored climber, Copper Glow, introduced in 1940, had as its parents ‘Golden Glow’ and ‘Break o'Day’.
Website/Catalog (1945) Page(s) 24.
'Clg. Cooper Glow'. Bud large, Iong, pointed: flower large, double, high centred; very lasting, intensely fragrant; copper colour. Foliage abundant, glossy. Vigorous.