'Eyeopener' rose References
Seedling Books NZ 1986-End. 1989-1990. p48.
Hybridising House 1989. 109. Eyeopener (Nozomi seedling x Eyepaint) x (Nozomi seedling x Dortmund).
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 231. Includes photo(s).
Eyeopener Modern Shrub. Ilsink (The Netherlands) 1987. Description... the single, vivid red flowers of 'Eyeopener' have a white eye and gold stamens...
Book (1997) Page(s) 323.
Eyeopener (INTerop) Ilsink 1987. Description...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 170.
Eyeopener Shrub, medium red, 1987, (INTerop; 'Erica'; 'Eye Opener'; 'Tapis Rouge'); (Seedling x 'Eyepaint') x (Seedling x 'Dortmund'); Interplant. Description.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 261. Includes photo(s).
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 231.
Eyeopener (INTerop, 'Erica', 'Tapis Rouge') Ground cover shrub. Parentage: (Seedling x 'Eyepaint') x (Seedling x 'Dortmund'). The Netherlands 1987. Description and cultivation... the showy flowers are vivid red with yellow centres...
Book (1993) Page(s) 224. Includes photo(s).
('Eyeopener', 'Tapis Rouge', 'Erica') A very free-flowering Ground Cover Rose. Ilsink (The Netherlands) 1987.
Book (1991) Page(s) 85.
Nola Simpson, New Zealand International Rose Trial Ground Awards. Trial No. 20. 1988-1990.
'Eye Opener'. (Interop) Ground Cover/Shrub. One of the newer innovative roses mentioned earlier. A dense spreading growth habit, not too tall, with very healthy glossy green foliage. Flowers are borne in clusters and are single, rich red in colour with attractive golden stamens. The colour holds well and lasts a long time. This type of rose has become very popular overseas as they are low maintenance and lend themselves for growing on banks, over walls, in parks, traffic roundabouts, etc, and flower a long time through the year. Bred by Peter Ilsink, Holland.
Book (1991) Page(s) 53. Includes photo(s).
Book (1988) Page(s) 21.
E. F. Allen, Awards to Third Year Rose Seedlings in Great Britain in 1986.
'Eyeopener', INTerop, a ground cover, by Interplant, with small red, semi-double flowers and no scent. I noticed some powdery mildew on the petals. Certificate of Merit.