'Agnes Barclay' rose References
Magazine (Sep 2020) Page(s) 4. Vol 42, No. 3. Includes photo(s).
Editor. More Found Polyanthas.
“Upper Beaconsfield”, found in two Victorian towns. It was circulated as Agnes Barclay but that was Tea x Tea-Noisette.
Magazine (2011) Page(s) 24. Vol 33, No. 2.
Doug Hayne. Lost Alister Clark Roses.
Missing Clark roses include ... a correct 'Agnes Barclay' and ...
Book (5 Apr 2010)
'Agnes Barclay'. HT, yb, 1927, Clark, A.; flowers yellow and reddish-salmon, moderate fragrance
Introductions: NRS Victoria
Book (2010) Page(s) 55. Includes photo(s).
Agnes Barclay was Alister Clark’s older sister…..
Book (1999) Page(s) 11.
Agnes Barclay – 1927. Large Flowered Bush rose, fragrant, yellow and reddish salmon flowers. No longer available.
Book (1999) Page(s) 6.
Agnes Barclay. Clark. Australia. 1927. China. yellow/pink. [available from] Cottage, Golden Vale.
Website/Catalog (1998) Page(s) 2.
Agnes Barclay. China. 1927 A. Clark / Aust. semi double Few or no prickles. Fragrant. Recurrent/continuous. 1.0m x 0.8m yellow pink blend.
Book (1997) Page(s) 183.
….and the putative ‘Agnes Barclay’, whose identity, unless further evidence comes to light, needs to be treated as suspect.
Book (1997) Page(s) 253.
‘Agnes Barclay’ – A fragrant Hybrid Tea released in 1927 and described in Modern Roses as “yellow and reddish salmon”. Alister’s records suggest that it is a cross between ‘Comtesse Dusy’ and ‘Crépuscule’ and a coloured advertisement dated 1927 shows a semi-double soft salmon-pink rose with marked yellow stamens.
Book (1996) Page(s) 6.
Agnes Barclay. Clark. Australia. 1927. H.T. yellow/pink. [available from] Cottage.