'Dr. Huey' rose References
Book (1932) Page(s) 42.
Rose Understocks in a Four-Year Test at Shafter, Calif. .....Shafter is located in the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley of California.
Book (1930) Page(s) 24.
The Best Climbing and Pillar Roses
For you who love the abandon and vigor of the climbing Rose here is an assortment of Climbers for all climates that is reliable, covers all shades of color, and constitutes, we think, one of the most complete offerings of its kind in America. Strong 2 and 3 year old, field grown plants that will quickly give a wealth of bloom. We also carry a stock of larger Climbing Roses, with trellises, in tubs for immediate effects.
Dr. Huey Hybrid Wichuriana (1914) Strong climber bearing in late spring and early summer a wealth of bloom in deepest crimson, shaded black that does not “blue.” Quite hardy. ... $1.00
Website/Catalog (1927) Page(s) 91.
Climbers....Dr. Huey (1922), intensive dark carmine-red, very strong climber, floriferous. 1 piece M 1.- 10 pieces M 8.-, 100 pieces M 65.-
Website/Catalog (1924) Page(s) 55.
Wichuraiana Class. Dr. Huey (4) .....Lasts well when cut.
Magazine (Mar 1922) Page(s) 21.
"New Roses for the Garden" by Charles E. F. Gersdorff
A new line of Roses developed and described by Captain George C. Thomas, Jr. in the "American Rose Annual" for 1920 must be mentioned although I have not had opportunity for any personal observation of these varieties. However, the fact that they have been admired by others and have passed successfully the rigid tests conducted at the Rose Test Garden, Portland, Oregon, and have been produced by an amateur whose standard of excellence is very high and whose ability in judging the merits of Roses is well known, leads me to believe that one would not go far wrong in acquiring these varieties. I have in mind the following: Dr. Huey (Hybrid Wichuraiana) dark crimson-maroon, semi-double, of great brilliancy and distinctiveness. It has one period of bloom. [...] All four were sent out in 1920 by Bobbink & Atkins.
Website/Catalog (1922) Page(s) 7.
Novelty Roses 1922.
Dr. Huey (H. Wich.) (Capt. G. Thomas, jun.). For its class this has quite large flowers; single to semi-double, and borne in clusters of three or four on good stems. The colour is dark crimson maroon of great brilliancy, and is said to last well. Spring blooming only. Price, 4/- each.