'Climbing Pinkie' rose References
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 54.
One of the best climbers for small gardens. Height: up to 2.5 m... always in bloom and has the advantage of being almost thornless.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 457.
Pinkie, Climbing Climbing Polyantha, medium pink, 1952, Dering; Armstrong Nursery.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 222.
Pinkie, Cl. Dering, 1952. Polyantha. Sport of 'Pinkie'. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book (1991) Page(s) 38. Includes photo(s).
Listed under Recommended Pillar Roses (small climbers for use on tripods, posts or pillars; from 2 metres to 3 metres high).
'Pinkie Clg.': one of my greatest joys has been to rescue this wonderful rose from oblivion and help bring it into justified popularity; from the heavy spring flush it continues throughout the year, with neat little pink blooms in clusters, on a thick bronzy bush; no prickles.
Photo facing p54 is captioned 'Climbing Pinkie is easy to train as a pillar rose over arches or on small screens.'
Book (1990) Page(s) 136. Includes photo(s).
Book (1990) Page(s) 136.
Pinkie (1952). Description. Flowers: lightly double, bright pink...
Website/Catalog (1958) Page(s) 33.
Climbing Multiflora or Rambling Roses Etc. Climbing Pinkie Hyb Poly (Dering 1952) 6. Moderate growing type producing very freely the slightly fragrant pink blooms of the parent variety.
Book (1957) Page(s) 166.
Proof of the Pudding. ‘Cl. Pinkie’ Neyron pink. (E. P. Dering; int. Armstrong Nurseries ’52) Pat. 1076; ARA ’52. PP 5. 1957. 28 Rpts; Av. Ht 7.3’. N.R. 8.0, Total reports 5 years 118. Av. NR 8.0
Book (1956) Page(s) 185.
Proof of the Pudding. ‘Cl. Pinkie’ ....
Calif. Oakland. Good fol., abundant clusters holds fls.
San Francisco. Medium blooms, old hang too long.
Ohio. Akron. Continuity unbelievable….
Tenn. Konoxville. Good cl., no thorns....
Book (1956) Page(s) 30.
Harry H. Hazlewood. Some New Roses For 1956.
Clg. Pinkie (Dering 1952). The young plants show vigorous climbing shoots up to five feet, covered with blooms to the top. How much taller the plant will grow remains to be seen. The semi-double, slightly fragrant pink blooms are the same as the parent bush variety