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'Everest Double Fragrance' rose References
Book  (Sep 1993)  Page(s) 169.  Includes photo(s).
Everest Double Fragrance Cluster-flowered. Peter Beales (England) 1979. Description... one of his best... the flowers [are] among the most fragrant of all of the Cluster-flowered Roses... a nice soft pink, usually tinted with coral, and grow paler as they age. Parentage: 'Dearest' x 'Elizabeth of Glamis'
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 169.  
Everest Double Fragrance Floribunda, light pink, 1980, 'Dearest' x 'Elizabeth of Glamis'; Beales, Peter. Description.
Website/Catalog  (1982)  Page(s) 49.  
Everest Double Fragrance This hybrid tea shaped floribunda Is the result of a cross between Elizabeth of Glamis and Dearest, two very well known, good floribundas.  It combines many of the good characteristics of its parents with a very strong perfume. Its colour is a pleasing combination of soft pink, coral and white. The flowers are large, over 4” when fully open and the plant bears attractive foliage which has proved very healthy over the seven years the variety has been on trial with us. Slightly above average height, this rose in addition to being a good bedding  variety has promise as a hedging variety. Tall. Beales 1979.
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