'Lincoln Cathedral' rose References
Website/Catalog (Aug 1998) Page(s) 7.
Lincoln Cathedral Hybrid Tea. (GLAnlin) Langdale 1987... an unusual colour combination; deep pink with a clear gold centre...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 315.
Lincoln Cathedral Hybrid Tea, orange & orange blend, 1985, (GLAnlin; 'Sarong); 'Silver Jubilee' x 'Royal Dane'; Lngdale, G.W.T. Description.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 194. Includes photo(s).
Lincoln Cathedral Large-flowered hybrid tea. Parentage: 'Silver Jubilee' x 'Royal Dane'. (aka GLAnlin) England 1985. Description... flowers: a mix of orange and pink with a yellow reverse...
Book (May 1992) Page(s) 391. Includes photo(s).
Lincoln Cathedral (Glanlin) Hybrid Tea. Langdale (UK) 1985. Parentage: 'Silver Jubilee' x 'Royal Dane'... pink deepening to orange in the center with a yellow reverse...
Book (1987) Page(s) 118.
Colin Horner, What's New in the U.K.
George Langdale's pink and orange Gold Medal winning H.T. 'Lincoln Cathedral' (Glanlin) produces some magnificent blooms and....are varieties which go to prove that amateur hybridists can also come up the goods.
Book (1986) Page(s) 48.
E. F. Allen, Awards To New Rose Seedlings In Great Britain In 1985.
A second Gold Medal and also the Torridge Award went to George Landale, an amateur from Lincoln, for his sturdy, large flowered 'Lincoln Cathedral' ('Silver Jubilee' x 'Troika'). The female parent shows up in the flower colour but the background is more buff. It has poor rain resistance but showmen will approve of its well shaped blooms.
Book (1985) Page(s) 33.
E. F. Allen, Awards To New [second year] Rose Seedlings In Great Britain In 1984.
No. 5488 ('Silver Jubilee' x 'Troika'), an unregistered seedling by George Langdale of Lincoln, which seems to be a Large Flower, but I have too few notes on its performance to assess it fairly. Trial Ground Certificate.