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'Warrawee' rose References
Book  (2007)  
 
'Warrawee'. HT, mp, 1935, Fitzhardinge; bud long, pointed; flowers flesh-pink shaded rose-pink, large, 30 petals, high-centered, moderate fragrance; foliage glossy; vigorous growth; PP140
[Padre × Rev. F. Page-Roberts]
Introductions:C-P
Book  (2003)  Page(s) 415.  
 
Warrawee.... was the first hybrid bred by the Australian Olive Rose Fitzhardinge
Magazine  (2002)  Page(s) 17. Vol 24, No. 2.  
 
At the Victoria State Rose Garden [are] ‘Warrawee’ 1935 and ‘Lubra’ 1938 from Olive Fitzhardinge....
Website/Catalog  (2002)  Page(s) 55.  
 
‘Warrawee’ Fitzhardinge, 1935. An exquisite Australian rose that could easily be classified as a ‘Tea Rose’. Large, light pale pink, double, exhibition quality blooms open fully to display creamy yellow stamens. Rich ‘Tea’ fragrance and flowers continuously if lightly dead headed. A smaller compact bush suited to the front of the border. 0.9 x 75m.
Website/Catalog  (2000)  Page(s) 12.  Includes photo(s).
 
‘Warrawee’ Hybrid Tea. 1935. Australia. Double, fragrant. Large flowers, recurrrent. 1.4m x 1.1m Medium pink.
[pale pink photo, inside back cover, bottom line]
Book  (2000)  Page(s) 620-621.  Includes photo(s).
 
‘Warrawee’ = Moderne - Buisson à grandes fleurs - Hybride de Thé – rose moyen, remontant. See reference Botanica’s Roses …description. P.621 photo.
Book  (1999)  Page(s) 25.  Includes photo(s).
 
‘Warrawee’ – 1935 ‘Padre’ x ‘Rev F. Page-Roberts’ Large Flowered Bush rose. large, double, fragrant, flesh pink flowers with rose pink shadings, fully recurrent. Mid green, smooth foliage, broad leaflets. Bushy growth. Flower: 30 petals, 110mm, singly. Bush: 1.25m x 1.25m.
[Note. Picture is that of a strong pink rose]
Book  (Dec 1998)  Page(s) 620.  Includes photo(s).
 
‘Warrawee’. Modern, large flowered hybrid tea. Medium pink, Repeat-flowering. Introduced in Australia and named after a suburb of Sydney, ‘Warrawee’ has quaint flowers that open to show the stamens clearly. The light pink, double blooms are large and have good Large-flowered exhibition style and an enduring fragrance. The vigorous bush grows into a small shrub with glossy foliage that prunes well into a nice shape, but must be looked after to ensure that it remains disease free. ‘Warrawee’ is best described as an early tea Rose and, although, not widely grown, it is still popular with people who like this type of rose; for that reason it will always have a following. It is not widely grown and some difficulty may be had in obtaining plants outside Australia. Zones 5-10. Fitzhardinge, Australia, 1935. ‘Padre’ x ‘Reverend F. Page-Roberts’.
Website/Catalog  (1997)  Page(s) 10.  
 
‘Warrawee’ 1935 Hybrid Tea. (‘Padre’ x ‘Rev. F. Page-Roberts’). High-centred, double, pale pink blooms with a good fragrance, on a glossy, free-flowering bush to 1¼ metres. Named for the suburb in which she lived.
Book  (1996)  Page(s) 155.  
 
‘Warrawee’. Fitzhardinge, Australia, 1936. HT. Pink. [available from] Duncan, Golden Vale, Hedgerow, Honeysuckle, John’s World, Mistydowns, Reliable.
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