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'Remember Me ®' rose References
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 50.  
New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground Awards, 1985-1987.
Certificate of Merit 85/1448 'Remember Me' (COCdestin). HT. H.T.H. Cocker & Son, Scotland.
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 66.  
John Martin, for Rose Introducers of New Zealand.    The New Roses for 1988. 
Remember Me bred by Cocker of Scotland, is a magnificent plant of tremendous vigour and health inherited from 'Silver Jubilee'.  The medium sized flowers are shapely and novel in colour - coppery orange irradiated with red and yellow.  The spring flowering is quite outstanding for brilliance of colour.  Awarded a Certificate of Merit in the Palmerston North Trial Grounds. 
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 161.  Includes photo(s).
Remember Me (Cocdestin). Cocker, UK 1984.  'Ann Letts' x (Dainty Maid' x 'Pink Favourite')   A rich mixture of copper and orange shades, not over-full but shapely blooms, and free flowering.  Ample, smallish, dark green foliage.  Bushy and upright growth.  C. P. SF B AW  2 1/2' x 2'   75 x 60cm.

Photo p163
Book  (1986)  
p157.  Frank Mason & Son Ltd., Feilding. (advertisement)
Remember Me  (Cocdestin).  HT.  A brilliant rose of coppery orange irradiated with yellow - an outstanding and novel colour in roses which is going to make a tremendous impact with all rose lovers.  An abundance of bloom carried singly or in small clusters points to the 'Silver Jubilee' parentage. 

p158.  Egmont Roses (advertisement)
Remember Me  (Cocdestin).  An outstanding and novel colour of coppery orange irradiated with yellow and tipped with red.  The form is perfectly reflexed and the bush is strong and upright with large abundant foliage.  Cocker 1984.  1988 RINZ Award Winner. 
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