'Evelyn Buchan' rose References
Magazine (2012) Page(s) Vol 34, No. 2. Includes photo(s).
p39 Eric Timewell. Frank Riethmuller's Niece Elsie.
[Photo of Frank Riethmuller with a rose]. Late afternoon in the back garden at Turramurra. The only Riethmuller rose that looked like that is the now-vanished Pernetiana 'Evelyn Buchan' 1959, named after a specialist in Floral Art at the Royal Horticultural Society. Reproduced from a contemporary slide provided in 1999 to the 'Toowoomba Chronicle'.
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 ‘Evelyn Buchan’ and…. disappeared from view, in most cases never to be seen again.
Newsletter (1995) Page(s) 18. Vol 4, No. 4.
Evelyn Buchan. HT. 1959. F. L. Riethmuller. Luis Brinas x Crimson Glory.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 167.
Evelyn Buchan Hybrid Tea. Riethmuller 1959. 'Luis Brinas' x 'Crimson Glory'... Flowers pink tinted yellow
Book (1961) Page(s) 21.
Roy and Heather Rumsey. New Roses. ....We hope to bloom his [Frank Riethmuller’s] Evelyn Buchan this season.
(1961) Page(s) 2.
Evelyn Buchan. Attractive shade of copper pink semi-double blooms, 12/6
Book (1960) Page(s) 20.
Dr. A. S. Thomas. New Rose Registrations. No. 161. Evelyn Buchan. H.T., F. L. Riethmuller. November 19, 1959.