'HARlayalong' rose References
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 234.
Jack Harkness used 'The Fairy' to produce a number of small, dense-growing Polyantha Roses, for example 'Fairy Crystal', 'Fairy Damsel', 'Fairy Maid', 'Fairy Like', 'Fairyland' and 'Fairy Snow'. All are excellent disease-free bushes with small, dense foliage and little trusses of pompon-shaped flowers.
Book (1997) Page(s) 323. Includes photo(s).
Fairyland (HARayalong) Harkness 1980. Description... Soft pink, cupped, small, fully double flowers are borne in large trusses...
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 61. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 172.
Fairyland® Polyantha, light pink, 1980, (HARlayalong); 'The Fairy' x 'Yesterday'; Harkness. Description.
Book (1993) Page(s) 222. Includes photo(s).
Fairyland A delicate pink Ground Cover or Patio Rose. Harkness (Britain) 1980. Description.
Book (1991) Page(s) 245.
Fairyland Polyantha. Harkness, 1979. Parentage: 'The Fairy' x 'Yesterday'. Pink.
Website/Catalog (1985) Page(s) 20.
Fairyland (Procumbent Shrub) Rose pink, cupped, semi-double flowers a good dense, spreading plant with glossy foliage. 1980. P. G. (C)
Book (1979) Page(s) 24.
E. F. Allen, Awards To New Roses In Great Britain In 1978.
HARlayalong ('The Fairy' x 'Yesterday'). An interesting sprawling ground-cover shrub bred by Jack Harkness. The blush pink double flowers are just what you would expect from its parentage. It grows to about 20 in. Trial Ground Certificate.