'Wood's Garland' rose References
Magazine (2920) Page(s) 55.
Michael Marriott. Rambling and Climbing Roses.
The creamy coloured The Garland has a strong orange scent.
Registered Name: 'The Garland'
Synonyms: 'Splendid Garland', 'Wells's Garland', 'Wood's Garland'
ARS Approved Exhibition Name: The Garland
HMult, w, 1835, Wood or Wells; flowers faint yellow, pink, and white, semi-dbl., borne in corymbose clusters, moderate, musk fragrance; late-season, not recurrent; prickles numerous, large; moderate climbing (8 ft.) growth. [probably R. moschata × R. multiflora]. Roses in Review: Garden Rating: Exhibition Rating: sometimes classed as HMsk or Hsemp
Magazine (Apr 2008) Page(s) 35.
'The Garland', Misc OGR, w, 1835; published page 586 Modern Roses XI; Horticultural classificaton changed to HMult
Website/Catalog (Oct 1999) Page(s) 46. Includes photo(s).
The Garland (Moschata) A vigorous, spreading climber which flowers in mid July with masses of small, semi-double creamy-white almost daisy-like flowers sometimes tinged with pink. Very fragrant. 1835.
Book (1995) Page(s) 268.
The Garland one of Gertrude Jekyll's favorite white roses...
Book (Mar 1994) Page(s) 95. Includes photo(s).
Book (Jun 1993) Page(s) 15. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 602.
The Garland Miscellaneous Old Garden Rose, faint yellow, pink, and white, 1835, ('Wood's Garland'); R. moschata x R. multiflora; Wells. Description.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 150. Includes photo(s).
The Garland Moschata climber. Parentage: R. moschata x R. multiflora England 1835. Description and cultivation... It produces masses of small, very fragrant, semi-double flowers of creamy white blushed with pink...
Book (1988) Page(s) 161.
location 127/2, R. multiflora x R. wichuraiana x R. odorata 'THE GARLAND', yellow, pink + white, semi-double, fragrant, medium size, large clusters, vigorous, climbing, 2.5-3 m, many prickles, blue-green large glossy foliage, 7-9 leaflets