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'Lady Elgin' rose References
Book  (Dec 1998)  Page(s) 347.  Includes photo(s).
Lady Elgin (MEmaj, 'Thaïs') Hybrid Tea. Meilland (France) 1954... a light orange yellow with a pinkish overlay...
Book  (Feb 1997)  Page(s) 75.  
One of Conard-Pyle's new roses for 1960 and described as having fragrant "rich apricot and orange blooms"
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 298.  
Lady Elgin Hybrid Tea, yellow blend, 1954, (MEmaj; 'Thaïs'); Mme. Kriloff' x ('Peace' x 'Geneve'); Meilland, F. Description.
Book  (May 1992)  Page(s) 408.  
Thaïs ('Lady Elgin') Hybrid Tea. Meilland (France) 1954... flowers of apricot-buffish-yellow washed and veined orange...
Website/Catalog  (1985)  Page(s) 47.  

Thais (Lady Elgin)* (Hybrid Tea) An upright growing rose. Shapely, globular buds of deep tawny-apricot opening to buff-apricot veined pink. Good foliage. 1954. (C) 3 x 2’.

Book  (1974)  Page(s) 50.  
David Ruston, South Australia. Roses of Distinction. 
'Thais' is a rose that for some mysterious reason has been overlooked. I fear this may be due to its habit of black spotting in some climates but in the whole of inland Australia it is one of the great roses of this country. It produces very long stems on a tremendous bush. It repeats extremely quickly and the old gold colour of the blooms which are lightly veined with red-gold at the edges are extremely well formed. This variety is definitely my best apricot-gold rose for picking.
Book  (1960)  Page(s) 100.  
Roy and Heather Rumsey, NSW. Some Novelty Roses. 
Thais HT. (Meilland, 1955) Very full blooms of apricot amber. Fades rather badly during summer, and growth is only moderate. May be better in a cooler climate.
Magazine  (May 1959)  Page(s) 2. trimester, p. 9.  Includes photo(s).
Book  (1959)  Page(s) 15.  
Harry H. Hazlewood.  Some New Roses for 1959.  
Thais HT. (Meilland 1955) Rich yellow, double blooms with an apricot reverse borne singly on long stems. Growth is vigorous and healthy. This variety has been renamed 'Lady Elgin' in U.S.A.
Book  (1958)  Page(s) 191, photo facing p. 17.  Includes photo(s).
Lady Elgin (Thaïs in Europe). HT. (F. Meilland; int. URS, 54, C-P, '57.) Mme. Kriloff X (Peace X Genève). Bud ovoid, reddish apricot; fl. large, dbl. (35-48 petals), cupped, fragrant, buff-yellow washed strawberry-pink; long strong stem. Fol. dark, leathery. Vig., upright, bushy; free bloom. (28) Pl. Pat. 1469. (In color, facing p. 17.)
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