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'King Tut' rose References
Book  (Dec 1998)  Page(s) 354.  Includes photo(s).
Laura Ford (CHEwarvel, 'Normandie')
Climbing Miniature
Warner (UK) 1989
('Anna Ford' x 'Elizabeth of Glamis') x ('Galway Bay' x 'Sutter's Gold')
... medium yellow flowers with a lighter yellow reverse with ageing bringing on a pink flush to the petals... clusters of 5-10 florets...
Website/Catalog  (23 Oct 1998)  Page(s) 32.  Includes photo(s).
Laura Ford (CHEWarval). Warner (1988)... small perfectly shaped blooms of golden yellow, deepening to amber in autumn, often shaded salmon at the height of summer.
Article (magazine)  (Apr 1998)  Page(s) 19.  
Laura Ford® ('King Tut') a yellow vigorous climbing minaiture bred by Chris Warner and listed in Jackson & Perkins 1998 wholesale catalog...
Book  (1998)  Page(s) 103.  
Laura Ford® Synonym received: 'King Tut'
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 305.  
Laura Ford® Climbing Miniature, medium yellow, reverse lighter yellow, aging pink flushes, 1989, (CHEWarvel; 'Normadie'); 'Anna Ford' x ('Elizabeth of Glamis' x ('Galway Bay' x 'Sutter's Gold')); Warner, C.H. Description.
Book  (May 1992)  Page(s) 242.  Includes photo(s).
Laura Ford (Chewarvel)
Modern Climbing Rose / Climbing Miniature
Warner (UK) 1989
... small flowers and small leaves... strong yellow with amber shades -- especially in the autumn. Constantly in flower, it makes a good pillar rose...
Book  (1991)  Page(s) 21.  
C.P. Horner, Awards to Rose Seedlings in Great Britain in 1990. 
Although Chris Warner, raiser of another Trial Ground Certificate winner CHEwallop is now a professional nurseryman, this light orange red Climbing Miniature first saw the light of day when he was still teaching and living down in Devon. Although this seedling bred from ('Elizabeth of Glamis' x ('Galway Bay' x 'Sutters Gold')) x 'Anna Ford' is very pretty, it is neither as showy nor vigorous as his previous Gold Medal President's International Trophy Winner 'Warm Welcome' or the Certificate of Merit Winner 'Laura Ford' both of which have the same parentage.
Book  (1989)  Page(s) 22.  
E. F. Allen, Awards to Third Year Rose Seedlings in Great Britain in 1988. 
CHWarvel ('Anna Ford' x ['Elizabeth of Glamis' x ('Galway Bay x 'Surter's Gold')]), another vigorous Climbing Miniature, by Warner, with yellow flowers and good rain resistance. It has a slight but variable scent and is very fertile. Certificate of Merit. 
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