'Nancy Wilson' rose References
Website/Catalog (1963) Page(s) 9.
Nancy Wilson. HT. A fine pink rose, well held and free flowering. Very lovely. Double. Fragrant.
Website/Catalog (1958) Page(s) 19.
Nancy Wilson. HT. (Alister Clark, 1940). F3 to 4. A fine pink rose well held and free. Very lovely. A seedling from Antoine Rivoire.
Book (1955) Page(s) 112.
F. L. Riethmuller, NSW. Article on Co-operative rose breeding. .......Taking an example (of possible breeding) at random - Crimson Glory crossed with Nancy Wilson should give us a tall-growing Crimson Glory, free from mildew.
Website/Catalog (1950) Page(s) 23.
Nancy Wilson (HT). Alister Clark, 1940. A fine pink rose well held and free. Very lovely. A seedling from Antoine Rivoire.
Book (1944) Page(s) 32.
Alister Clark. An Extraordinary season. Of “Glenara seedlings, amongst the most treasured are: and Nancy Wilson.
p45 Article by Alister Clark: Many roses are overlooked and practically untried because they have not been sent out as novelties overseas. I feel sure a good many more of our Australian roses deserve the same chance, such as ..... and Nancy Wilson.
p84 Tasmanian Notes by S. J. Bisdee: Nancy Wilson. A beautiful, full, silvery-pink bloom and a good healthy plant. Foliage seems a little sparse.
p25. Article by Alister Clark: Nancy Wilson is all that I thought it would be, and I hear has shown up well in New Zealand, where Miss Wilson lives.
p83 Tasmanian Notes by S. J. Bisdee: Nancy Wilson: A 1940 release. This looks a really good thing. Good growth and foliage and a well formed bloom of a very nice light pink of excellent substance and well held. I have great hopes of it.
Website/Catalog (1941) Page(s) 10.
Nancy Wilson (H.T.) Alister Clark, 1940. 3. Silvery pink blooms with a darker shade on the inside of the petals. A seedling from 'Antoine Rivoire', inheriting the other qualities of that variety. 35-40 petals. Everywhere. 2/6 each.
Website/Catalog (1940) Page(s) 18.
Nancy Wilson (HT). Alister Clark, 1940. A fine pink rose well held and free. Very lovely. A seedling from Antoine Rivoire. 3/6 each.