'Lady Godiva' rose References
Book (2016) Page(s) 159. Includes photo(s).
Lady Godiva. ....the flowers are pale warm pink instead of medium pink as in the sport parent. For all other characteristics, see 'Dorothy Perkins'.
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 347.
Lady Godiva Rambler. Paul (UK) 1908. Sport of 'Dorothy Perkins'... small very double flowers... it has been described by some as one of the finest Cluster-flowered Ramblers. The cameo-pink blooms are delicately shaded and deeper in the center
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 229.
Lady Godiva is a sport [of 'Dorothy Perkins'] of paler, more pleasing colouring, and is not so subject to mildew.
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 245. Includes photo(s).
Lady Godiva Rambler. William Paul 1908. A sport from 'Dorothy Perkins'. Description... apart from its color, which many people preferred to the original, it is exactly the same...parent of 'The Fairy'...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 299.
Lady Godiva Rambler, cameo-pink, 1908, 'Dorothy Perkins' sport; Paul.
Website/Catalog (1986) Page(s) 5.
LADY GODIVA Petites fleurs écarlate vif, peut s'utiliser en couvre sol.
[no longer listed in 1989]
Book (1966) Page(s) 186.
Lady Godiva a very double and pale pink sport of 'Dorothy Perkins' are quite commonly seen.
Website/Catalog (1960) Page(s) 30.
LADY GODIVA (G. Paul 1907). Petites fleurs rose saumoné pâle.
Book (1958) Page(s) 191.
Lady Godiva. R. (Paul, '08.) Dorothy Perkins sport. Dbl., cameo-pink; cluster. Fol. rich green, glossy. Very vig. cl. (15-20 ft.); profuse bloom.
Website/Catalog (1946) Page(s) 35.
W[ichuraiana]. — LADY GODIVA (G. Paul 1907). Petites fleurs rose très tendre, légèrement saumoné.