'Dublin Bay' rose References
Magazine (2013) Page(s) 5. Includes photo(s).
Doug Grant. Top Favourite Roses in New Zealand for the 2012-2013 Season.
Dublin Bay is number one climber for the 26th consecutive year; it has been there since taking over from 'Handel' in 1987.
p44 Fred Averill. ...Of course the favourite must be Dublin Bay, perhaps because it is red - what a shame it hasn't a scent.
p82. David Ruston: Dublin Bay McGredy 1975. Unfading red colour and upright growth. It produces good hips if not deadheaded.
Book (2008) Page(s) 96.
Barbara Ruffles. When It Comes To Showtime. Dublin Bay - this deep red climber, which is prolific in blooming, is always a great show in the garden. It has a long flowering period and is worth the effort of tying the canes along the fence each year, because of the beauty of the flowers.
An Information List of all Varieties. p6
1975. Dublin Bay - Macdub
Book (2007) Page(s) 113.
Doug Grant. Top Favourite Roses in New Zealand for the 2006-2007 Season.
Dublin Bay is the number one climber for the 21st consecutive year; it has been there since taking over from 'Handel' in 1987.
p81. Dublin Bay (MACdub, 'Grandhotel', not 'Grand Hotel'. LCl. mr. McGredy 1975. Int. 1974.
p106. 'Grand Hotel' (MACtel, 'Hotel "Royal', not 'Grandhotel'). LCl. mr. McGredy 1972.
Book (2004) Page(s) 150. Includes photo(s).
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Book (2003) Page(s) 112. Includes photo(s).
Dublin Bay Climber. Photograph Kath Gibson.
Book (Aug 2002) Page(s) 13.
Book (2000) Page(s) 46.
Lorraine Gordon. Climbing Roses.
Dublin Bay (red) is the top selling New Zealand climber and 'Bantry Bay' the top pink. These are of manageable size and suitable for all gardens, grown on fences, archways, pergolas and trellises.