"Brightside Cream" rose References
Newsletter (May 2015) Page(s) 12. Vol 36, No. 3. Includes photo(s).
Peter Holmes, President Bermuda Rose Society.
"Brightside Cream' was found growing in the garden of Brightside, the Paget home of Mrs. Gladys Frith (Society President 1958-1959). It is a strong-scented rose, very healthy, needing a lot of space in which to spread out. Its habit is much like a Noisette, needing support for its long branches. Blooms all year-round. It is registered in Modern Roses 12 as a Noisette.
Book (2011) Page(s) 75.
Gregg Lowery. Much has been written about the Bermuda Mystery Roses, which have traveled widely around the world. Many, like "Brightside Cream" and .... have become favorites of mine, and are in commerce today.
Magazine (2008) Page(s) 2. Vol 22, No. 2. Includes photo(s).
"Brightside Cream". Photo by Marilyn Hartley
Book (2006) Includes photo(s).
p92. Brightside Cream". TN. Good reliable rebloom. Outstanding fragrance. Habit [diagram] 1. [Provenance: Knopf; Bermuda]. Fresh, bright flowers colored as though with lemon juice and cream, small, full of petals and fragrant. Might this be the real 'Park's Yellow Tea-Scented China'?
p123. Photo: "Brightside Cream".
Book (3 Nov 1997) Page(s) 66. Includes photo(s).
Brightside Cream Description... loose, semi-double 3 in. (7.5 cm) flowers of a soft cream colour fading to white, with a profusion of yellow stamens...
Book (1992) Page(s) 351. Includes photo(s).
p18. [Photo] "Brightside Cream".
p351. "Brightside Cream". Probably a Noisette. large vigorous climber with clusters of double cream flowers. Flowers about 3" (8cm) across. Strong scent. Foliage mid-green. Blooms all year round. Called Brightside after the home of a past president of the Bermuda Rose society. Continuous. Very fragrant. Prefers sun. Availability limited. 12' x 8' (3.5 x 2.5m).
Book (1984) Page(s) 46. Includes photo(s).
Plate 39. "Brightside Cream". This is a strong-growing rose, very healthy, needing a lot of space in which to spread out. Its habits are very like a Noisette, needing support for its long branches. The foliage is dark green and the flowers appear in clusters with short stems, opening to loose semi-double blooms, a soft creamy colour fading to white, 3" across. Blooms all year round.