'Hiawatha' rose References
Book (2016) Page(s) 9.
'America' .....It is similar to 'Hiawatha', but smaller and lighter colored.
Article (magazine) (2002) Page(s) 409.
Hiawatha Chromosome number 21 [Provenance: Guillot]
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 303.
Hiawatha Description... Named for the Indian hero of Longfellow's narrative poem... deep crimson, single, cupped blooms in large trusses that feature white centers and golden anthers...
Book (1994) Page(s) 109. Includes photo(s).
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 215.
Hiawatha Rambler. Parentage: 'Crimson Rambler' x 'Paul's Carmine Pillar'. Walsh 1904. Description... single flowers in carmine with white centres... For many years it was one of the most popular of Ramblers...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 244.
Hiawatha Rambler, red blend, 1904, 'Crimson Rambler' x 'Paul's Carmine Pillar'; Walsh. Description.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 142. Includes photo(s).
Hiawatha Polyantha climber. Parentage: 'Crimson Rambler' x 'Paul's Carmine Pillar'. USA 1904. Description and cultivation... clusters of single, small, scarlet flowers with a white eye...
Website/Catalog (1985) Page(s) 25.
Hiawatha (Multiflora Climber) Single, crimson with white eye and golden anthers produced in clusters. Late flowering. 1904. P. Shade tolerant. (S) 15 x 10’.
Book (1966) Page(s) 40, plate 56. Includes photo(s).
M. H. Walsh 1905 (Crimson Rambler x Paul's Carmine Pillar)
This old rose is included on account of its very distinctive appearance. It has numerous, small, single, dark-red, white-centred flowers, several together in large clusters, with tufts of yellow stamens. Flowers last well and continue over a long period. Vigorous growth with canes of 6-9 ft or more under favourable conditions.
Book (1953) Page(s) 67.
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