'Reverend J. B. M. Camm' rose References
Book (1936) Page(s) 123.
Camm, Rev. J. B. M. (HP) Turner 1875; glossy light pink, large, double, fine form, globular, contnuous bloom. Sangerhausen
Book (1919) Page(s) 48.
Rev. J. H. Pemberton. The Crystal Palace Rose Show. Some Recollections.
...To give in brief outline a Crystal Palace Show, let us take that of 1876.... Mr. Turner came in second, showing 'Royal Standard', 'Mrs. Baker' and the Rev. J. B. Camm, all his own seedlings.
Book (1906) Page(s) 146.
9.447. Reverend J. B. M. Camm, Hybride Remontant, Turner 1875 rose clair
Website/Catalog (1906) Page(s) 57.
Rev. J. B. M. Camm, HP. Bright rosy pink, of fine globular form.
Book (1893) Page(s) 298.
Rev. J. B. M. Camm, med. H.R. Turner, 1875. Belongs to the ‘Jules Margottin’ type. Carmine-rose, a fine enduring shade, large or medium size, semi-globular form; one of the most fragrant and free blooming. A superb rose.
p85-7 General Collection – Hybrid Perpetuals. Rev. J. B. M. Camm very bright rosy pink, pleasing color; globular form; a first-rate flower.
p91-56 Standard and Half-Standard roses: Rev. J. B. M. Camm.
Book (1882) Page(s) 32.
Rev. J. B. M. Camm... Hybride Perpétuel. Turner. 1875 Rose tendre. Fleur grande. Plante vigoureuse.
Website/Catalog (1880) Page(s) 244.
Rosiers Hybrides (remontants)
624. Révérend J.-B.-M. Camm. — Grande, très-pleine, globuleuse, rose très-brillant.
Magazine (4 Nov 1875) Page(s) 396.
THE ROSE SEASON OF 1875. A Retrospect.
I now come to English-raised Roses, of which several have been exhibited in fine condition.
Rev. J. B. M. Camm (Turner). — Quite a novelty. Wonderful shell-like form and beautifully imbricated; remarkable, too, as being one of the most delicately scented Roses that we have- quite the perfume of the old Cabbage.