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Magazine  (2021)  Page(s) 24.  Includes photo(s).
Doug Grant, Review of Newer Roses for the 2019-2020 Season. Floribundas.
Eye of the Tiger Chewebullseye. Warner 2015.....
Magazine  (2021)  Page(s) 53.  Includes photo(s).
Doug Grant. Final Analysis for 2019-2020.
Eye of the Tiger Chewbullseye.  Floribunda. Breeder Warner 2015.  Plants 89. Reports 22. Garden 7.8. Exhibition 3.6. Health 7.7 (very good). Fragrance 3.4 (some). Height short to medium. A Floribunda with eye-catching single bright yellow flowers and a bright red eye. The blooms are very eye-catching but they do fade and drop. However, they repeat very quickly. It makes a very good garden rose that is very healthy.
Magazine  (2020)  Page(s) 21.  Includes photo(s).
Doug Grant, Review of Newer Roses for the 2018-2019 Season.  Floribundas.
Eye of the Tiger  Chewbullseye.  Breeder Warner 2015....
Magazine  (2019)  Page(s) 23.  Includes photo(s).
Doug Grant, Review of Newer Roses for the 2017-2018 Season.  Floribundas.
Eye of the Tiger Chewbullseye.....
Magazine  (2018)  Page(s) 24.  Includes photo(s).
Doug Grant,  Review of Newer Roses For The 2016-2017 Season. Floribundas. .
Eye of the Tiger Chewbullseye. Parentage: Golden Age x Belting Pink.....
Book  (2017)  Page(s) 38.  Includes photo(s).

John Ford.  Trial Ground Report - Trial 46
Nola Simpson Novelty Award.  Eye of the Tiger (Chewbullseye) shrub. Tasman Bay. Trial No. 4944.  This was my pick of the roses in trial along with ‘Purple Pizzazz’. Again it was never without flowers and although they aged quickly it just kept on producing more. The bright yellow single blooms with a red eye always caught my attention. The extremely healthy shrub had a nice bushy habit but not overly vigorous. The flowers would quickly fade to an off white within 24- 36 hours of sun but were always replaced with new blooms. The flowers were formed in small clusters. Ideal for a spot in a shrubbery or corner you want a splash of colour​
p40.  Trial Ground No. 4944.  Score 71.6.  Entrant Tasman Bay

Magazine  (2016)  Page(s) 25.  Includes photo(s).
Doug Grant,  RevIew of Newer Roses For The 2015-2016 Season. Floribundas.
Eye of the Tiger Chewbullseye.  Parentage ‘Golden Age’ x ‘Belting Pink’.....
Website/Catalog  (24 Feb 2015)  
Rose Trials
St. Albans, England - June, 2011-2014
Certificate of Merit. (CHEwbullseye) is a Cluster Flowered Rose (Floribunda) from C. Warner of England. The single, apricot-yellow, persica type blooms have a red eye and golden stamens.
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