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'Lady Woodward' rose References
Magazine  (Jul 2018)  Page(s) 41.  Includes photo(s).
 
Penny Woodward, Horticultural Editor.  The Lady Woodward Rose.
Penny Woodward delights in discovering a rose named after her grandmother.....
Magazine  (2012)  Page(s) 40. Vol 34, No. 2.  Includes photo(s).
 
Eric Timewell. Frank Riethmuller’s Niece Elsie. …’Lady Woodward’ was introduced to Queensland by Mrs. Eldridge from Golden Vale Nursery in 1995, not because Elsie Bischof had brought it with her.

Caption to [dark pink] photo. ‘Lady Woodward’ 1959 was one of the few Riethmuller roses named after a woman to survive into the 1970s. Photo from the Peter Cox collection.

p41 ibid. Most [roses] survived because Elsie took them to Toowoomba….At this point it became all too easy for her to leave behind the humiliation of those roses dedicated to women. At least seven Riethmuller roses of all sorts ‘Lady Woodward' and…. disappeared from view, in most cases never to be seen again.
Website/Catalog  (2000)  Page(s) 7.  
 
Lady Woodward. Hybrid Tea. 1959. Australia. Double. Fragrant. Large Flowers. Cut flowers. Recurrent. 1.5m x 1.3m. Light pink.
Book  (1999)  Page(s) 37.  Includes photo(s).
 
Lady Woodward – 1959. Heinrich Wendland x Elii Knab. Large Flowered Bush rose. Long pointed bud. Double, fragrant, large, veined, high centred, light pink flowers, fully recurrent. Deep green, smooth foliage, broad leaflets, orange tints to new growth. Bushy. Flower 50 petals, 100mm. 1 to 3. Bush, 1.25m x 1m.
Book  (1999)  Page(s) 52.  
 
Lady Woodward. Riethmuller, Australia, 1959. Pink. [available from] Golden Vale
Website/Catalog  (1998)  Page(s) 4.  
 
Lady Woodward. Hybrid tea. 1959. Australia. Double. Fragrant. Recurrent. 1.4m x 1.2m. light pink.
Book  (1996)  Page(s) 65.  
 
Mr. Philip Sutherland. Lady Woodward. This is Frank Riethmuller’s forgotten Hybrid tea. As he often did, he used the best of German blood (sap?)-lines to produce this light pink old-style hybrid tea. Very double, with good fragrance, its an ideal garden rose.
Book  (1996)  Page(s) 77.  
 
Lady Woodward. Riethmuller, Australia, 1959. Pink. [available from] Golden Vale
Newsletter  (1995)  Page(s) 18. Vol 4, No. 4.  
 
Lady Woodward. HT. 1959. F. L. Riethmuller. Heinrich Wendland x Elli Knab.
Book  (1965)  Page(s) 221.  
 
‘Lady Woodward’. HT. (Riethmuller ’59). ‘Heinrich Wendland’ x ‘Elli Knab’. Bud long pointed; fl. large, dbl., high centered, fragrant, pink veined. Fol. dark, glossy. Vig., upright, bushy; abundant bloom. Lp.
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