'Crimson Glory' rose References
Book (1961) Page(s) 17.
Dr. A. S. Thomas:
'Placida' very like 'Crimson Glory' but the plant is vigorous, tall and almost thornless.
Magazine (1961) Page(s) 214.
...reincroci, anche tra le piu moderne HT ve ne sono di intensamente profumate, come "Gruss an Coburg" (1927), "Crimson Glory" e i suoi ibridi (1935), "Clotaria" (1937) e altre. Gli incroci con la «Crimson Glory» (porta-polline) allo scopo di correggere l'assenza di profumo dalle HT in genere, sono stati curati specialmente dalla Stazione di Floricoltura, con ottimi risultati.
Article (misc) (1954) Page(s) 42.
Crimson Glory 28 chromosomes.
Article (magazine) (Feb 1952) Page(s) 101-104.
Crimson Glory Whenever he was asked to recommend a good rose, Mr. Terasaki chose 'Crimson Glory' because of its intense fragrance, good plant form, vigor, superb color and flower form. In this article, he traces its parents, as well as its offspring and in so doing presents the history of modern roses in a nutshell... ['Crimson Glory' is a rose that has been rated highly by rosarians all around the world]... Its important character as a parent rose has been acknowledged by Kordes, the originator and many other hybridizers... [Mr. Terasaki summarizes the list of 'Crimson Glory's offspring by saying] a large number of them belong to the deep crimson series obtained through back crossing with others in the scarlet-crimson series, such as 'Kardinal' or 'Southport'; we also notice several in the coral-peach series, such as 'Fashion' and 'Vogue'. According to classes, the majority belong to the hybrid tea class with several in the hybrid polyantha or floribunda group.
Book (1948) Page(s) opp. p. 113. Includes photo(s).
Crimson Glory. Tree or Standard Rose
Book (1947) Page(s) 112.
Crimson Glory (Garden & Show) A splendid garden and bedding rose of rich ruby red, deepening to crimson and with blooms of perfect formation. It grows vigorously, though not tall and flowers profusely. One of the very best reds in the .garden. Perfume is rich and sweet. Very liable to mildew in moist or humid weather, otherwise of high standard. Fragrant. Habit 3. (HT)
Book (1947) Page(s) 128.
CRIMSON GLORY (H.T.) has large full flowers of good shape of deep crimson-velvet, borne on long stems, on very vigorous and bushy growth with much leathery green foliage. Flowers are produced very freely and continuously. Kordes 1935. Deciduous. Vigorous growth. Very fragrant...June-Sept. Hardy. Pl. 28.
Website/Catalog (1945) Page(s) 19.
'Crimson Glory'. Large buds, opening to semi-double to double flowers of a rich, deep, lustrous crimson which is so intense that it is liable to burn in very hot weather. The growth is vigorous and spreading, while the rich, sweet fragrance is up to the very highest standard. The foliage is somewhat liable to mildew, but in other respects this variety is considered one of the best sent out in the last thirty years. Highly recommended.
Book (1940) Page(s) 24. Includes photo(s).
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Website/Catalog (1939) Page(s) 24.
Crimson Glory.- Rouge cramoisi