'Brightness of Cheshunt' rose References
Book (1936) Page(s) 151.
Cheshunt, Brightness of (HP) G. Paul 1881; Duke of Edinburgh X ? ; bright brick-red, medium size, double, imbricated, floriferous, growth 6/10, hardy.
Book (1907) Page(s) 69.
Autumn Flowering Climbing Roses. II. By Mr. George Laing Paul.
In the first place it will be well to record existing kinds which may be deemed worthy of inclusion in our list of Autumn Climbing Roses. Of the climbing Hybrid Perpetuals, Ards Rover, Brightness of Cheshunt (a much under-rated Rose, with fine foliage and pale scarlet fllowers), Climbing Frau Karl Druschki, Climbing Suzanne Marie Rodocanachi, a fine Pillar Rose, and Climbing Victor Verdier, are perhaps the best.
Book (1902) Page(s) 135.
Hybrides Remontants. Groupe J. — Charles Lefebvre
Ainsi que nous le disons plus haut, les rosiers de ce groupe ont beaucoup d'analogie avec ceux du précédent [Mme Victor Verdier groupe]. Rameaux brunâtres, lisses, aiguillons gros, rares; feuille très grande; fleur pleine, imbriquée, de coloris foncés variant du rouge au rouge noir.
4499. Brightness of Cheshunt... (G. Paul 1881)... rouge brique.
Website/Catalog (1894) Page(s) 173.
Hybrid Perpetual Roses.
Brightness of Cheshunt Brick red; of medium size; recommended as a good garden rose, of vigorous growth, and a free-blooming variety.
Book (1883) Page(s) 229.
The Roses of 1882...
Brightness of Cheshunt (hybrid perpetual, G. Paul) is only small, at most medium-sized and loosely filled, but has brilliant scarlet-brick-red colouring and repeats well. Rank: 2-3.
Book (1882) Page(s) 5.
Brightness of Cheshunt... Variété recommandée pour l'ornement des jardins. Hybride Perpétuel. Paul et fils. 1881 Rouge vif. Fleur moyenne. Plante vigoureuse.
Book (1882) Page(s) 173-4.
Duke of Edinburgh Type.—The only English rose which is the head of a type was sent out by George Paul in 1868. The habit of growth is much like that of Jacqueminot, but the foliage is generally longer and larger. The flowers are not permanent in color, burning very quickly in the sun, and are very sparsely produced in the autumn. It is a very beautiful family when grown in a moist, cool climate; but there are few of the members that will do well under our hot sun. The varieties best known, mostly of recent origin, are: Brightness of Cheshunt, Dr. Hooker, Duke of Connaught, Duke of Teck, Robert Marnock, S. Reynolds Hole, Sultan of Zanzibar, The Shah.