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'Lady Alice Stanley' rose References
Book  (Apr 1999)  Page(s) 415-416.  
 
Lady Alice Stanley Hybrid Tea. McGredy 1909. The author cites information from different sources... Deep coral-rose on outside... inside pale flesh...
Book  (Apr 1999)  Page(s) 557.  
 
Lady Alice Stanley Hybrid Tea. Samuel McGredy (Portadown, Ireland) 1909
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 296.  
 
Lady Alice Stanley Hybrid Tea, pale flesh-pink, reverse coral-rose, 1909, McGredy. Description.
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 267.  
 
Lady Alice Stanley Hybrid Tea. McGredy, 1909. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book  (1985)  Includes photo(s).
 
I must say that the sight of Charles Ryder painting ‘Brideshead’ (quite literally, in his case) amused me greatly. When I was twenty-two I painted it at a certain distance, in thick snow, and a big black car used to slither out on mercy missions carrying a thermos for the frozen artist. On one occasion, I discovered they’d sent an empty thermos by mistake. My heart sank a bit when I got the cork stopper out, and I blackened my renditition of an approaching snow cloud a little more than was justified on that day. Curiously, there were inky black thunderstorms encircling the domain when I was last there, in mid summer. The ground was rock hard as there had been no rain for weeks, yet the roses for the most part looked astonishingly untroubled. Just to be tiresome I shall illustrate a couple that weren’t there when last I looked; Lady Alice Stanley of 1909, and .....
Website/Catalog  (1982)  Page(s) 22.  
 
Lady Alice Stanley (Hybrid Tea)  A very large, many petalled rose of pale pink with coral reverse. Good healthy foliage. 1909. (C) 3 x 3
Booklet  (1979)  Includes photo(s).
 
1979. Peter Beales “Edwardian Roses” No. 4. 1979

Lady Alice Stanley. 1909. Hybrid Tea. This is the first rose from the famous McGredy stable to appear in this series of books. Although not the first of the McGredy roses, 'Lady Alice' was one of the first to make a real mark. Later, the McGredy roses, in particular their Hybrid Teas, were to become some of the most widely grown in the world......'Lady Alice Stanley' was probably one of the largest exhibition roses of the day, with some seventy-five petals. It was the sort of rose which would have been bought by every amateur who indulged in the popular pastime of exhibiting roses..... 'Lady Alice Stanley' was also a good basic garden rose, which fact certainly enhanced her popularity. Rare today, I feel it would not disgrace itself if grown alongside many modern pink varieties, and would probably lend character to new progeny of this type.
Book  (1974)  Page(s) 145.  
 
L. A. Wyatt. Lost and Found Roses. Three Edwardian beauties, all Hybrid Teas, and ....’Lady Alice Stanley’ (1909) have lost none of their period grace and charm which kept them in the NRS popularity poll for more than two decades.
Book  (1971)  Page(s) 151.  
 
Lady Alice Stanley McGredy 1909. Bright-pink hybrid tea.
Article (newspaper)  (11 May 1965)  Page(s) 3.  
 
Lady Alice Stanley: A sweetly perfumed silvery pink. The roses are full, carrying plenty of petal, and the bushes are disease resistant.
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