'Kabuki ®' rose References
'Golden Prince' syn. Kabuki, Meigold. Hybrid Tea, dark yellow. Mrs. Marie-Louise Meilland. Intro.: Kabuki - - URS; Golden Prince - - Conard-Pyle, 1968. Includes description.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 282.
Kabuki® Hybrid Tea, deep yellow, 1968, (MEIgold; 'Golden Prince'); ('Monte Carlo' x 'Bettina') x ('Peace' x 'Soraya'); Meilland, M.L. Description.
p151. Dr. Thomas, [Victoria]. The New Ones.
Kabuki, HT. (Louisette Meilland, 1968) Wonderfully bright yellow colouring which fades less than most yellow roses as the flowers age. Form is seldom of show standard. Glossy, bronze-green foliage.
p152. Mr. C. Newman, Bayswater, Western Australia. The New Ones.
Kabuki Here is a lovely rich yellow with a lot of Mme. A. Meilland in its make-up.
p27. Roy and Heather Rumsey, NSW. New Roses.
Kabuki HT. (Meilland). First let us say this is a very good growing plant with very handsome large foliage. It flowers well; however we cannot but be a little disappointed with the form, as we so desperately need a good yellow of good form. This would be rated as a good garden yellow, and is most welcome. It fades, but so do most others, so this can hardly be considered a fault. [('Monte Carlo' x 'Bettina') x ('Mme. A. Meilland' x 'Soraya')].
p163. Mr. D. Ross, of Bedford Park, South Australia. The New Ones.
Mr. Ross has been growing the following cultivars under trial for three years. They will be released for sale in June, 1969.
Kabuki produces deepish yellow scented blooms with almost the freedom of a Floribunda on a vigorous, sturdy plant.
2ème Prix : Médaille de Vermeil " Sté Française des Rosiéristes" Kabuki : Hybride de thé - Obtenteur :Meilland