'Agnes Lucké' rose References
Book (1961) Page(s) 14.
Dr. A. S. Thomas. New Roses in Victoria. Agnes Lucke. H.T., (Armbrust, 1959). A strong growing two-tone pink with well-formed flowers.
Book (1960) Page(s) 253.
New Roses of the World. Agnes Lucké. HT. pink blend. (F. J. Armbrust, int. C. Langbecker & Sons, ’59). Happiness x Cl. Peace. Medium, long pointed bud opening to cerise pink inside, whitish pink outside; flower large, semi-double, high-centred, continuous bloom borne singly. Good lasting qualities, moderate fragrance. Green, leathery foliage on upright plant, height 4 foot; slight mildew.
p30. 1959 Novelty Roses. Collection No. 2. ‘Agnes Lucke’ Brilliant bi-colour. 12/6
p32[k] ‘Agnes Lucke’ (HT) (Armbrust, 1959. This charming Queensland raised variety was named in honour of the mother of the famous Bundaberg quadruplets. This delightful bi-colour is a cerise pink inside, with whitish pink on the outside of each petal. A lovely bud developing into a delightful fully-double bloom. Slightly fragrant. 12/6.