'The Fairy' rose References
Book (1997) Page(s) 26. Includes photo(s).
Book (1997) Page(s) 31.
It has become one of the most enduring and popular of all low-growing roses.
Book (1996) Page(s) 51. Includes photo(s).
The Fairy Polyantha shrub (sometimes known as a cluster-flowered, or floribunda, bush rose or a patio bush rose)... one of the later roses to come on flower, but then continues until the frosts of winter... It has always been hard to classify, because there is nothing else quite like it...
Website/Catalog (1995) Page(s) 78. Includes photo(s).
The Fairy Charmant petit rosier fleurissant tout l'été et jusqu'aux gelées en larges bouquets des petites roses doubles, en pompons, rose frais. Feuillage vert clair, sain et luisant, une plante irrésistible pour terrasse, jardinière, bordure et couvre-sol. Hauteur : 50 cm/+. Distance de plantation : 80 cm
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 174.
‘The Fairy’. 1932. ‘Paul Crampel’ x ‘Lady Gay’. Vigorous, sprawling dense habit with a generous supply of sprays of small, double, clear pink flowers, not scented. Graceful and exquisite for cutting. 3 feet x 6 feet. Ground cover, or will make a large standard.
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 28.
The Fairy From a union brought about by Ann Bentall (one of the Reverend Pemberton's gardeners) between the Dwarf Pompom 'Paul Crampel' and 'Lady Gay' in 1932.
Book (Oct 1993) Page(s) 51. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 602.
The Fairy Polyantha, light pink, 1932, ('Fairy'; 'Feerie'); 'Paul Crampel' x 'Lady Gay'; Bentall, Ann. Description.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 131. Includes photo(s).
The Fairy Description... large trusses of small, double, pink, softly fragrant blooms...
Book (1993) Page(s) 224. Includes photo(s).
A Polyantha, now used as ground cover. One of the first hybrids to have this trailing habit. Bentall (Britain) 1932. ('Paul Crampel' x 'Lady Gay')