'Rosa banksiae f. lutea Rehder' rose References
Book (2002) Page(s) 84.
R. banksiae lutea Species, light yellow, double, 1824. Rated 9.1
Book (2000) Page(s) 48.
Rosa banksiae lutea (syn ‘Yellow Lady Banks’; RHS Award of Garden Merit) est la forme la plus connue et la plus largement cultivée. Des corymbes de petites fleurs jaune soutenu, très doubles, couvrent en fin de printemps les rameaux inermes de ce grimpant d’une vigueur peu commune, atteignant 9 à 10m de hauteur.
Website/Catalog (4 Jan 1999) Page(s) 19. Includes photo(s).
Book (Nov 1998) Page(s) 13, 15, 112. Includes photo(s).
Page 13: R. banksiae lutea A natural mutation of R. banksiae normalis. Flowers: double, yellow.
Page 15: [Photo] R. banksiae lutea A natural mutation of the true species, R. banksiae normalis... violet fragrance...
Page 112: [Photo]
Book (Mar 1998) Page(s) 10.
Rosa banksiae lutea completely thornless... the main stem, which sheds its bark in strips, can sometimes grow as large in diameter as a tree trunk.
Book (Oct 1996) Page(s) 37. Includes photo(s).
R. banksia lutea ('Yellow Banksia Climber') 1825. Description... This was imported a little later than the 'White Banksia', from the same Chinese nursery by John Dampier Park, also from Kew, and is the more commonly grown variety... thornless... cascading clusters of fluffy butter-yellow flowers...
Book (1996) Page(s) 75. Includes photo(s).
Rosa banksiae lutea ('Banksian Yellow') Wild climbing rose... dainty clusters of small-petalled flowers in early summer... it needs a site where frost cannot affect it. It is named for the wife of the eminent botanist and explorer Sir Joseph Banks (1742-1820), and was brought from its native China toLondon in 1824.
Book (1995) Page(s) 138, 214.
Page 138: the yellow Banksian rose which produces long and slender shoots in produsion is the most difficult to prune [at Tintinhull House]. Its flowers are borne on wood which is at least two years old and pruning is confined as far as possible to the complete removal of older shoots...
Page 214: [At Lytes Cary] a yellow Banksian rose flowers in spring and then needs pruning back immediately afterwards...
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 257.
In the list of Roses at the Château Éléonore, Cannes, compiled by Lord Brougham and Vaux in 1898, there is a photograph of a [banksian rose] of the double yellow form covering an olive tree with countless trails and branches, creating a mound of blossom some 30 feet high.
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 51. Includes photo(s).