"The Portland from Glendora" rose References
Magazine (2019) Page(s) 6. Vol 41, No. 3. Includes photo(s).
Editor: “Arie Bos’s rose” syn.“Kew Cemetery Portland” (Vic.) syn.“Portland from Glendora” (USA). Also a survivor in SA. Probably Joasine Hanet, Damask perpetual, Vibert 1847. The colour should be magenta. The flowers are smallish, quartered, sometimes with a button eye, often in clusters, with a magic damask perfume. The bush is tall, wide and arching. Usually healthy. It's not one to let loose on its own roots. Budded, it's a great fundraiser.
Website/Catalog (2005) Page(s) 11.
"The Portland From Glendora" [Identified as ‘Joasine Hanet’] (Vibert, 1882) Originally discovered by Fred Boutin at an old Southern California ranch property, (subsequently found in the Columbia, CA area, and in the East Bay) this rose is now widely known and greatly-loved. Returned to commerce from the Huntington Botanical Garden, under its study-name, its identity as 'Joasine Hanet' (Damask Perpetual, Vibert, 1882) is now widely accepted. A wonderful, tall-growing, semi-arching shrub, it offers excellent repeat bloom and great fragrance, with excellent resistance to powdery mildew and rust.
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 327. Includes photo(s).
Joasine Hanet Portland. Vibert (France) 1847... The deep rose blooms are tinged with violet, turning almost purple-red depending on its site in the garden...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 274.
Joasine Hanet Portland, deep rose tinged with violet, Vibert, prior to 1882. Description.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 24.
Joasine Hanet (Johasine Hanet) Damask Perpetual. Vibert, 1847. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book (1936) Page(s) 328.
Hanet, Johasine (HP) Vibert 1847; vivid pink to garnet-purple, medium size, double, cluster-flowered, floriferous, free-blooming, growth 7/10.
Website/Catalog (1913) Page(s) 19.
Hybrid Perpetual Roses.
An odd-shaped Rose of peculiar color, cultivated by enthusiasts because of its eccentricities. The flowers are of medium size and strangely formed, with the appearance of having been quartered. In color they are deep rose, tinged with violet- a shading as distinctive as is the shape of the blossom. The fragrance is very strong. The plant is of luxuriant growth, with long shoots, and thrives well in temperate climates. A few plants of the Joasine Hanet will add interest and distinction to gardens of ample extent.
Book (1902) Page(s) 139.
Groupe L. — Hybrides Remontants (non-classés)
4739. Joasine Hanet... (Vibert 1847)... rose vif.
Book (1899) Page(s) 86.
Joasine Hanet Hybrid Remontant, Vibert, rose vif
Book (1892) Page(s) 265.
Joasine Hanet vig. Hybrid Remontant. Belongs to the old Portland group. Deep rose, tinged with violet, medium size, full, quartered shape; fragrant, very hardy a profuse bloomer. The color and form are bad, and destroy its usefulness.