'Coeur d'Amour' rose References
Book (Jul 1996) Page(s) 34. Includes photo(s).
Red Devil Large-flowered bush (Hybrid Tea) Dickson (Northern Ireland) 1967 ('Coeur d'Amour') Description.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 488.
Hybrid Tea, medium red, 1970, (DICam; 'Coeur d'Amour'); 'Silver Lining' x 'Prima Ballerina'; Dickson, A.; J&P. Bud ovoid; flowers medium red, reverse lighter, double (72 petals), high-centered, large; fragrant; foliage glossy; vigorous.
Book (1993) Page(s) 172. Includes photo(s).
('Red Devil', 'Coeur d'Amour') A typically high-centered Hybrid Tea. Foliage crimson when young. Dickson (Northern Ireland) 1970. ('Silver Lining' x 'Prima Ballerina')
Book (May 1992) Page(s) 400. Includes photo(s).
Red Devil ('Coeur d'Amour', Dicam) Hybrid Tea. Dickson (UK) 1970... blooms of rosy-scarlet, the reverse lighter...
Book (1988) Page(s) 138-139. Includes photo(s).
Red Devil Description.
Website/Catalog (1982) Page(s) 47.
Red Devil. Huge exhibition-size blooms on a vigorous upright bush. Crimson red with a slightly paler reverse. Very fragrant. Medium. Dickson 1967.
Article (misc) (1980) Page(s) 21.
'Red Burn' crossed with 'Prima Ballerina' produced Red Devil... 75 petals which refuse to open in damp weather... Nevertheless, it is the principle exhibition variety in the United Kingdom.
Book (1975) Page(s) 105.
A. P. C. Dickson. A Breeder's Reply.
I brought in 'Red Devil', introduced in 1967 - 'Silver Lining' x 'Prima Ballerina' - well, not quite all 'Prima Ballerina' and perhaps now is as good a time as any to say she did have some help. It's a devil indeed in the wet, though a great plant, with excellent health and lovely foliage. However, it has one major fault - too many petals. A breeder will tell you that it's easier to take petals off than put them on. Seventy-five in the case of 'Red Devil'....
Book (1974) Page(s) 37.
Leonard Hollis, England.
While not as allergic to rain as its seed parent, 'Red Devil'......
Book (1973) Page(s) 148.
Dr. A. S. Thomas Victoria. The New Ones.
'Red Planet' .....The petal edges are often very dark as in 'Red Devil' from the same raiser