'I Zingari' rose References
Book (Apr 1999) Page(s) 467-468.
I Zingari ('I Zingary') Pernetiana. Pemberton, 1925. The author cites information from different sources... A brilliant gypsy red... coppery rose, bright yellow center... orange-scarlet... Especially vivid color, resembling the colors of the I Zingari Cricket Club, for which it was named... Mr. Pemberton said its colour reminded him of the old I Zingari C.C. colours -- orange scarlet...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 263.
I Zingari Hybrid Tea, orange-scarlet, 1925, Pemberton...
Website/Catalog (1938) Page(s) 48.
Hybrid Musk, Bourbon, Gallica, and other types
I. Zingari... Orange scarlet; semi-double, perpetual and free flowering. Sweetly scented.
Book (1936) Page(s) 768.
Zingari, I. (hybrid lutea) Pemberton 1925; orange-scarlet, mediums ize, semi-double, in clusters of 2-5, floriferous, continuous bloom, wine-red prickles, growth 6/10, well-branched. Sangerhausen
Website/Catalog (1927) Page(s) 34.
New Roses 1926. I Zingari (Per. J. H. Pemberton)......This variety would score full marks for novelty in the decorative section.
p34. New Roses 1926. 'Lady S. Eardley Wilmot'.....something after the style of I Zingari. but lighter.
Website/Catalog (1926) Page(s) 26.
New Roses For 1926. I. Zingari (Per. J. H. Pemberton) A remarkable bit of colour. Orange and scarlet, resembling the well-known colours of the famous Cricket Club. Semi-double and sweetly scented. 4/. each.
An outstanding colour. A very good decorative. Recommended.
Book (1926) Page(s) 181.
I Zingari Hybrid Foetida (Rev. J.H. Pemberton, 1925). Type, 'Mme. Edouard Herriot'... orange-scarlet... Especially vivid color, resembling the colors of the I Zingari Cricket Club, for which it was named...
Magazine (Oct 1925) Page(s) 249.
Roses nouvelles ...
Zingari H. T. D'un beau rouge cuivré remarquable, présentée par Rev. J. H. PEMBERTON. Certificat de. mérite.
Book (1925) Page(s) 107. Includes photo(s).
I. ZINGARI. (Hybrid lutea.) Raised by The Rev. J. H. PEMBERTON, Havering, Romford. I saw this Rose growing in the Raiser's garden during the Summer, and was greatly impressed with its striking colour. It was unnamed at the time the photograph was taken, but Mr. Pemberton said its colour reminded him of the old 1. Zingari C.C. colours-orange scarlet, to which I must add shaded gold. The blooms are semidouble, and very freely produced on strong upright stems. The foliage is very dark green, the wood light claret colour, and the plants were sturdy and well grown. A very interesting decorative Rose, well worth a trial. In commerce.