'Maggie Tabberer' rose References
Website/Catalog (8 Feb 2016)
Maggie ™ rose. ( var. MEIbichon, Trade Mark). A beautiful new Hybrid Tea in an ‘ old world ' style selected by another famous Australian, Maggie Tabberer… A very double, free spirited, romantic flower of soft white to light lemon cream, with a warm buttery heart. Flowers well and is nicely fragrant. Supporting the Australian Melanoma Foundation.
'Meichibon', Gr, w, 2003, (Tchaikovski, 'Maggie Tabberer'), [(Anthony Meilland × Landora) × Centenaire de Lourdes], Meilland International; flowers white with apricot blush in center, 6-9 cm., very full, borne in small clusters, slight fragrance; foliage medium size, dark green, semi-glossy; prickles moderate; growth bushy, tall (5-6 ft.)
Maggie, HT, w, Nieuwesteeg; flowers white with soft lemon in center, very full, moderate fragrance; recurrent; growth to 4 ft.
Book (2009) Page(s) 144.
‘Maggie’ (Meichibon). Named after one of Australia’s most recognized people – Maggie Tabberer A.M. The soft white to lemon blooms carry an abundance of petals creating an old world charm of romance and style. Each plant will produce a constant display of flowers while perfuming the garden and its surrounds throughout the flowering season. Part proceeds from each sale to the ‘Melanoma Foundation’.
Book (2005) Page(s) 144. Includes photo(s).
Photo 'Maggie' (Meichibon). [with photo of the lady, Maggie Tabberer]. Photograph: Corporate Roses.
p107. 2004 Meilland Garden Releases. by Corporate Roses, Myponga, South Australia.
'Maggie' applied for (Meichibon). Classification: Hybrid tea. Height 1.2m. Width 900mm. Bloom very double 50+ petals. Colour soft white to lemon. Bloom size 120mm. Flowering style: continuous. Foliage glossy dark green. Health good disease tolerance. Fragrance spiced rose scent. Comments: Named after one of Australia's most recognised people - Maggie Tabberer. This exquisitely formed rose was selected by Maggie. The soft white to lemon blooms carry an abundance of petals creating an old world charm of romance and style. Each plant will produce a constant display of flowers while perfuming the garden and its surrounds throughout the flowering season. Part proceeds from each sale to the Melanoma Foundation.
p155 Corporate Roses advertisement. 2004 suppliers of the new Meilland roses including 'Maggie' and ...
p155, The Rose Garden Pty. Ltd., Clare, SA. advertisement. 'Maggie'.
Website/Catalog (2004) Page(s) 19.
'Maggie' (Hybrid Tea) 2004. Named after one of Australia's most recognised people - Maggie Tabberer - this rose has soft white to lemon blooms that carry an abundance of petals. The glossy dark green foliage and a spiced rose scent help create an old world charm of romance and style. Part proceeds from each sale will go to the Melanoma Foundation.
Magazine (Apr 2003) Page(s) 30.
'MEIchibon', F, w, 2003, (Tchaikovsky) ... description