'New Blush Hip' rose References
Book (1899) Page(s) 135.
New blush hip, alba, rose foncé
Book (1885) Page(s) Vol. II, p. 160.
Alba. New blush hip. Fleur grande, pleine; coloris rose carné.
Book (1858) Page(s) 130.
Rosa alba. New blush hip, large, full, tender pink-flesh-coloured.
Magazine (1848) Page(s) 179.
Cut specimens of Roses, in 100 distinct varities, were shown by Messrs. Paul, Lane, Francis, &c. We carefully looked over the whole, and the following were the best, such as are fit for any collection:-....New Blush Hip...
Book (1848) Page(s) Vol. II, p. 92.
Rosa alba. Blush Hip, New; flowers delicate blush, their centre flesh, of medium size, full; form, compact. Habit, branching; growth, vigorous. Forms a splendid Pole Rose. An abundant and early bloomer; the flowers exquisite when about half blown.
Magazine (1846) Page(s) 263.
Alba. ...New Blush Hip
Book (1838) Page(s) 430.
Rosa alba....New Blush Hip, delicate, small and very double
Book (1836) Page(s) 222.
Magazine (1831) Page(s) 742.
Herefordshire...Ross Horticultural Society....June 22. Prizes were awarded as under:-...Roses...
Dark: 1. L'Ombre Agréable, Mr. Reynolds; 2. Pluto, Mrs. James Rudge; 3. Mottled Purple, J. F. Willis, Esq.; 4. Tuscany, Mr. Blush, Mr. Reynolds; 5. Portland, Mr. J. C. Wheeler.
Light: 1. Unique, Mr. Holbert; 2. New Maiden's Blush, Mr. Reynolds; 3. Brown's Superb, Breese and Reynolds; 4. New Blush, Mr. J. C. Wheeler; 5. White Moss, Mr. T. Edwards.
Scarlet or Red: 1. Wellington, K. Evans, Esq.; 2. Ranunculus, Breese and Reynolds; 3. Scarlet Provence, Mr. T. Edwards; 4. Nonpareil, Mr. Reynolds; 5. Carmine, Mr. Reynolds.
[unclear if 'New Blush' is the moss or the alba]