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'Full Sail' rose References
Website/Catalog  (2008)  Page(s) 10.  Includes photo(s).
 
Full Sail (MAClanoflon) McGredy, 1999... In the garden it provides a frothy display of billowy white bloom and it's guaranteed to take the cup at the show... an intensely fragrant sport of 'New Zealand'... touch and disease resistant, shiny, dark green foliage...
Booklet  (2008)  
 
An Information List of all Varieties. p8
1998. Land of the Long White Cloud - Maclanoflon

Seedling Books NZ 1986-end. Wind Down to End. p3.
Maclanoflon. 5/2/96 - white HT, good vigor, glossy foliage, nice fragrance, would suspect it to be the NZ sport.
5/8/96 - upright bushy habit, glossy foliage, wonderful fragrance.
5/13/96 - flowers not opening well with temperature changes.
5/20/96 - White HT, good growth, nice glossy foliage, finish - color suffers some in sudden heat, very slight mildew, many clusters, good vigor, good fragrance.

Seedling Books NZ 1986-end. Wind Down to End. p7.
Marketing. Budding 1997. Selling 1998. Maclanoflon. Land of the Long White Cloud

Seedling Books NZ 1986-End. 1994-1995 p8.
Send to Spek 1995. Land of the Long White Cloud Maclanoflon. Aotearoa sport. White HT.
Book  (Aug 2002)  Page(s) 42.  
 
Full Sail
Hybrid Tea 1999
Interim rating 7.4
Article (misc)  (Jul 2002)  Page(s) 6.  
 
Full Sail
Hybrid Tea
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Book  (2002)  Page(s) 100.  
 
Gerard Williams. Review of the Newer Roses for the 2001-2002 Season. Hybrid Teas
Land of the Long White Cloud (MAClanoflon) McGredy 1998; Sport of 'Aotearoa'; 13 reports on 17 bushes; 1-4 years; 1.3 metres; 7.1 rating. Creamy white, bushes have glossy green foliage and fragrant blooms. Waikato found it marks in the rain, but it has good form and scent and gives some good flowers. Marlborough finds it healthy and the blooms good for showing. Good repeat. Another Marlborough grower finds it marks in adverse weather. Nice foliage, North Otago has a small bush with large fragrant blooms and it is healthy. Central Taranaki has large fragrant blooms but the repeat is a bit slow. Southland bush is settling in well with some balling in the wet but a lovely perfume.
Book  (2001)  Page(s) 103.  
 
Gerard Williams. Review of the Newer Roses for the 2000-2001 Season. Hybrid Teas.
Land of the Long White Cloud. (MAClanoflon). McGredy 1998; Sport of 'Aotearoa'; creamy white; 11 reports on 14 bushes; 1-3 years; 1.2 metres; 7.2 rating. Smaller bushes with glossy green foliage and fragrant blooms. Waikato found it a shy flowerer which marks in the rain. But it has good form and scent. Marlborough finds the bush healthy with nice shaped blooms that hold well but it marks so easily. North Otago has a small bush with large fragrant blooms and it is healthy. Kaitaia says shapely blooms, free flowering, healthy and easy to grow. Northland says nice flowers but it doesn't like the wet.
Book  (2000)  
 
p32. Peter Elliott. New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground. Trial 29. 1997-1999.
Variety 97.4028. 63.6 Points. HT. Land of the Long White Cloud. McGredy. Agent: Egmont. White.

p99. Gerard Williams. Review of the Newer Roses for the 1999-2000 Season
Land of the Long White Cloud (MAClanoflon); McGredy 1998; Sport of 'Aotearoa'; creamy white; 15 reports on 20 bushes; 1-2 years; 1.1 metre; 7.3 rating. Smaller bushes with glossy green foliage and fragrant blooms. Waikato moved their bush to a more sheltered position, but still haven't had many flowers. Southland loves the perfume, but feels the petals are thin. Marlborough finds the bush healthy with nice shaped blooms which hold well. Napier says lovely shape which stands well and the colour is a smooth white. North Harbour finds the bush very healthy, the blooms nice and the perfume lovely. Franklin says lovely large, pure white blooms with amazing fragrance, healthy and vigorous, but can spot in the rain.
Book  (1999)  Includes photo(s).
 
Between p48-49. Photo Land of the Long White Cloud (MAClanoflon); McGredy 1998. Transparency courtesy Egmont Roses.

p92 Gerard Williams. Review of the Newer Roses for the 1998-1999 Season.
Land of the Long White Cloud (MAClanoflon); McGredy 1998; creamy white; 6 reports on 10 bushes; 1 year; 1.1 metre; 7.5 rating. Smaller bushes with glossy green foliage and fragrant blooms. A good number favourable reports for its first year. Northland say very small plants to start with and will take time (like its parents) to get going. Manawatu say it has few petals but has perfume like 'Aotearoa', they are disappointed to date. Bay of Plenty say lovely large stems in summer and it has good fragrance. Healthy but is a slow grower and has slow repeat. North Otago says the bush is small yet but the blooms are large, fragrant and creamy white in colour. Hutt Valley finds their bush healthy with good growth and the flowers well shaped. Gisborne like their bush with its glossy foliage and good texture to the blooms. We await further reports on this rose with interest.
Article (magazine)  (19 Nov 1998)  Page(s) 145.  
 
MAClanoflon Hybrid Tea, white, 1998; (Full Sail; 'Land of the Long White Cloud'; 'Long White Cloud'); 'New Zealand' sport; McGredy, Sam. Description.
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