'Lady Ann Kidwell' rose References
Book (2005) Page(s) 119.
The buds are pointed, elegant, and long in a deep pink or bright red color and open to a starburst or quilled pattern looking vaguely like the bow on a gift package. The foliage is glossy, widely saced and the blooms retain the Brunner habit of floating above the foliate and the Tea habit of nodding slightly on stems just slighly short of the strength to carry them securely.
Book (Aug 2002) Page(s) 53.
Lady Ann Kidwell
Book (1993) Page(s) 100. Includes photo(s).
A Poly-pom. Description. Kordes (USA) 1948. Found by Fred Boutin at Marsh Nursery, Pasadena. Repeats. Height: 5 ft. Good scent.
Book (1958) Page(s) 189.
Lady Ann Kidwell. Floribunda. (Krebs; int. Marsh's Nurs., '48.) Cécile Brunner X ? ; Bud pointed; fl. medium size, dbl., opening to star shape, slightly fragrant, rose-red. Fol. glossy. Vig., upright; abundant bloom. Pl. Pat. 1226.