'Carissima' rose references
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'Carissima' rose References
Book  (Apr 1999)  Page(s) 564.  
 
Carissima Wichurana. Michael H. Walsh 1904
Book  (1943)  Page(s) 24.  
 
R. Marion Hatton. The Walsh Ramblers.
'Carissima'. (1905.) Delicate flesh, unfading, with lasting fragrance; petals quilled. Looks like a carnation.
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 127.  
 
Carissima (hybrid wichurana) Walsh 1904; R. Wich. X ? ; flesh-pink, very double, quilled petals, imbricated, fragrance 5/10, floriferous growth 7/10.
Book  (1913)  Page(s) 98.  
 
Wichuraiana Ramblers. By Dr. A. H. Williams, Vice-President N.R.S.
The wichuraiana Ramblers fall naturally into two well defined groups:
II. The Late, composed of those whose main flowering season lies in the month of July. They mostly have a strain of multiflora in their parentage. The trusses are usually very large, consisting often of an immense number of small flowers, which may be either singles or double rosettes.
Late Flowering Double Varieties.
Carissima.—A rampant grower with glossy foliage. Flowers a little earlier than Dorothy Perkins, in large pyramidal trusses of beautiful small rosettes of delicate flesh tint. The petals are often quilled or twisted.
Book  (1911)  Page(s) 64.  
 
The Wichuraiana Hybrids.
The following list includes most of the best Wichuraiana Roses to date (1910):
Carissima. -- Delicate flesh pink, with quilled petals. The flowers are small and double, borne in large trusses. Flowers from mid-July.
Magazine  (Mar 1905)  Page(s) 11.  
 
Neuste Rosen für 1905. (Die Beschreibungen sind die der Züchter.)
Züchter: M- H. Walsh, Woods Hole.
Carissima (R. multiflora Wichuraiana). Sämling von Wichuraiana; Blumen fein fleischfarbig rosa, nicht verblassend, Laub glänzend grün; reichblühend; Blumen sehr gefüllt, Blumenblättchen quirlständig, dachziegelig; duftend; hart, wüchsig.

Translation: Newest Roses for 1905. (The descriptions are those of the Raiser.)
Raiser: M. H. Walsh, Woods Hole.
Carissima (R. multiflora Wichuraiana). Wichuraiana seedling; flowers are a fine flesh-pink color, not fading, foliage glossy green; floriferous; flowers very full, petals are whorled, overlapping; fragrant; hardy and vigorous.
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