'Remember Me ®' rose References
Book (2003) Page(s) 334. Includes photo(s).
Remember Me syn COCdestin. Hybrid tea. Origin: Cocker, Britain, 1984. Parentage: 'Ann Letts' x ('Dainty Maid' x 'Pink Favorite').....
Website/Catalog (23 Oct 1998) Page(s) 12. Includes photo(s).
Book (1996) Page(s) 70.
Remember Me (COCdestin) Large-flowered (Hybrid Tea) bush. Description. Flowers: copper-orange. Parentage: 'Alexander' x 'Silver Jubilee'. Cocker (Scotland) 1984. Named for the Not Forgotten Association.
Book (1995) Page(s) 77.
Ross Heathcote. New Roses in Victoria.
Remember Me (91) Orange to amber flowers of light fragrance on a medium height bush. Hot weather seems to burn the petals (1 report).
Book (1994) Page(s) 27.
Ross Heathcote, New Roses in Victoria.
Remember Me (91) this rose has been much admired by our friends, its colour is a burnt orange to brown with glossy, almost waxy looking foliage. After only five months in our garden and constant flowering, although only small blooms, we would say it is a must for everyone's garden as it is unique.
Book (1994) Page(s) 113. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 494.
Remember Me® Hybrid Tea, orange and yellow blend, 1984, (COCdestin); 'Ann Letts' x ('Dainty Maid' x 'Pink Favorite'); Cocker. Description.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 208.
Remember Me Large-flowered hybrid tea. Parentage: 'Alexander' x 'Silver Jubilee'. (aka COCdestin) Scotland 1984. Description and cultivation... a good display of shapely orange and copper flowers...
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 208. Includes photo(s).
Book (1989) Page(s) 95.
Don Sheppard. Review of Newer Roses for 1988-89 Season.
Remember Me COCdestin. Cocker 1984. orange/red/yellow; 12 reports; 15 bushes; 1-3 years; 1.4m; 6.8 rating. Four reports from Gisborne, Canterbury, Manawatu and Central Orago rated this rose at 6.0 or less because: the blooms opened very fast and, overall, were disappointing; it bloomed once only; it was only a novelty; too thorny and only good in spring and autumn; the opening colour was good, but it faded quickly into stripes because of heat. Elsewhere, the novel coloured appealed, even allowing for fading and thorns as the repeat was good and the bush completely healthy. It is obviously a 'Silver Jubilee' seedling. Taranaki says to leave it alone to get on producing its lovely, small blooms. A good garden rose.