'Don Juan' rose References
Book (2009) Page(s) 234.
Grapes are subject to the same strain of powdery mildew that afflicts roses, and vineyard owners traditionally plant a climbing rose known to be mildew-susceptible at the end or each row of grapes as an early-warning system. (Don Juan is a favorite for this purpose at American vineyards.)
Book (1994) Page(s) 184. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 139.
Don Juan Large-flowered Climber, velvety dark red, 1958, 'New Dawn' seedling x 'New Yorker'; Malandrone. Description.
Book (1988) Page(s) 133. Includes photo(s).
Don Juan Description.
Book (1981) Page(s) 116.
In 1958 Michele Malandrone had his moment of international fame in the commercial launching of 'Don Juan', introduced in the USA by ]ackson & Perkins; it is a large flowered climber with velvet red, very fragrant petals.
Website/Catalog (1966) Page(s) 22.
Rosai sarmentosi (rampicanti) rifiorenti a grandi fiori. Colori rossi scuri.
Don Juan (Malandrone - Jackson & Perkins) Rosso nerastro.
Website/Catalog (1963) Page(s) 3.
Novelty Roses 1962. Don Juan (Clg. Poly. Malandrone, Jackson & Perkins 1958) Very dark red with strong upright growth and the blooms do not burn. Free flowering. 8/6 each.
Book (1962) Page(s) 159.
Proof of the Pudding.Don Juan Cl. dr, dark velvety red. (M. Maladrone; int. Jackson & Perkins '57). Pat. 1864; ARA '58; PP 3, 385 Reports; Average height. National Rating 8.2 Highly valued red variety. All except Deep South and Southwest feel that rose should be classed as pillar.....
Book (1962) Page(s) 143.
Hazlewood Nurseries P/L advertisement. New Roses 1962.
Don Juan (Clg. Poly). Very dark red.
Book (1961) Page(s) 169.
Proof of the Pudding. Don Juan Cl. dark velvety-red....