'Glory of Hurst' rose References
Book (1947) Page(s) 129. Includes photo(s).
Photo. Glory of Hurst
Book (1936) Page(s) 356.
Hurst, Glory of (polyantha) Hicks 1921; Orléans Rose X Jessie; cherry-red, medium size, semi-double, lasting, cluster-flowered, floriferous, continuous bloom, long strong stems, small foliage, growth 6/10, short.
Book (1934) Page(s) 214.
F. S. Harvey-Cant. Polyantha Roses for Massing.
Glory of Hurst Medium-growing with clusters of miniature flowers.
Glory of Hurst (poly pom.): Flower lively ruby-crimson, large trusses. Growth moderate. Bed.
Book (1934) Page(s) 292.
Glory of Hurst (Poly Pom), 1920. cherry red, moderate; bedding; prune very lightly; bushy growth.
Website/Catalog (1932) Page(s) 39.
Glory of Hurst (E. J. Hicks, 1921). Small, bright cherry-red, semi-double flowers, borne in large compact clusters. Plant is vigorously dwarf, with glossy, healthy foliage; blooms freely and continuously; very hardy.
A descendant of 'Orleans Rose' and 'Jessie' which insures its merit. Of the low, bushy 'Orleans Rose' type.
Book (1930) Page(s) 91.
Glory of Hurst (Hicks, 1`921). 'Orleans Rose' x 'Jessie'. Type, 'Orleans Rose'. Bud medium size, ovoid; flower medium size, semi-double, full, open, very lasting, cherry-red, borne in cluster on long, strong stem. Foliage abundant, small, leathery, glossy, rich green, disease-resistant. Few thorns. Growth vigorous, dwarf; blooms profusely and continuously all season. very hardy. Award of Merit, R.H.S.
Book (1927) Page(s) 96.
The Autumn Show. .....Mr. E. J. Hicks showed good pillars of polyanthas, Glory of Hurst, 'Coral Cluster' and 'Mary Hicks', also 'Joanna Bridge' which he always shows well.
Website/Catalog (1926) Page(s) 67.
'Edith Cavell'....displaces Glory of Hurst and ....
Book (1925) Page(s) 102.
Dr. William L. Hess. Denver, Colo.
....growing in my garden are bright cherry-red.