'Ivory Fashion' rose References
Book (Aug 2002) Page(s) 50.
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 317. Includes photo(s).
Ivory Fashion Floribunda. Boerner (USA) 1958. Description... The buds on this variety begin ivory white and change to a more creamy white as the blooms open... attractive red stamens. It is ideal as a standard or patio standard...
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 225. Includes photo(s).
Ivory Fashion Cluster-flowered. Description... In cool weather there are subtle hints of amber and palest pink... crimson anthers. Parentage: 'Sonata' x 'Fashion'
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 263.
Floribunda, white, 1958, 'Sonata' x 'Fashion'; Boerner; Jackson & Perkins. Description.
Book (1993) Page(s) 149. Includes photo(s).
A Floribunda with dark green foliage and compact growth. Boerner (USA) 1958. ('Sonata' x 'Fashion').
Book (1974) Page(s) 52.
David Ruston, South Australia. Roses of Distinction.
Of the creams and whites 'Ivory Fashion' may not be a good grower or producer but its heads of ivory coloured blooms which are beautifully formed in the bud and open to show red-brown stamens are still easily discernable from a distance and are hard to beat on the show bench.
Website/Catalog (1961) Page(s) 5.
Novelty Roses 1960. Ivory Fashion. (Hyb. Poly. Boerner, Jackson-Perkins 1958). Large semi-double blooms of fragrant ivory white borne in clusters. The individual blooms are 4" across and when fully open show yellow stamens. A vigorous upright, free blooming variety with leathery foliage. A very welcome addition. 8/6 each.
Book (1960) Page(s) 101.
Roy and Heather Rumsey, NSW. Some Novelty Roses.
Ivory Fashion Floribunda. (Boerner, 1958) A.A.R.S. Lovely trusses of semi-double blooms of creamy ivory with a marked yellow toning towards the centre. The open flowers are most attractive, showing long reddish stamens. Growth is excellent and about medium height.