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'Pink Kardinal' rose References
Book  (7 Dec 2009)  
 
‘Pink Kardinal’. HT, dp, Stratford. [sport of Kardinal]
Awards: RAFT Rose of the Year, Australia, 1995
Book  (2004)  Page(s) 123.  Includes photo(s).
 
'Pink Kardinal'....
Book  (1999)  Page(s) 471.  Includes photo(s).
 
‘Pink Kardinal’. Modern, large flowered hybrid tea. Deep pink. Repeat flowering. This rose has all the strengths of its parent, except for color which is a hard pink that fades to a dirty shade. The blooms are of true exhibition form. They are a little small in the summer for exhibition purposes but are superb in spring and autumn. ‘Kardinal’ and ‘Pink Kardinal’ are some of the first roses to flower in spring and continue until early winter when the best flowers of the year are produced. Each bloom contains 50 petals with suberb substance. The bush is of medium height and stocky. Zones 5-10. Stratford, Australia, 1995. Sport of ‘Kardinal’.
Book  (1999)  Page(s) 75.  
 
‘Pink Kardinal’ (PBR) (sport of ‘Kardinal’) Stratford, Australia, 1993. HT Pink [available from] Dawson, Golden Vale, Lansdale, Minirose, Morton, Roses Galore, Showtime, Spring Park, Stratford, Swane, Treloar.
Book  (1997)  Page(s) 34.  
 
David Ruston. Australian Sports. ‘Pink Kardinal’ 1993 Stratford – deep pink Sport of the popular bush with its lovely form and malicious thorns, but not as good a colour as the parent.
Book  (1996)  
 
p54 Mr. Allan Read, N.S.W. Australian Raised Sports. Les Stratford. ‘Pink Kardinal’, a ‘Kardinal’ sport of deep pink and only released in 1995. Blooms are similar to ‘Kardinal’ in shape.

p129 Mr. Allan Read, N.S.W. Promising newcomers are R.A.F.T. rose of the year ‘Pink Kardinal’….
Book  (1996)  Page(s) 110.  
 
‘Pink Kardinal’ (sport of ‘Kardinal’) Stratford, Australia, 1994. HT Pink [available from] Golden Vale, John’s World, Swane, Treloar.
Book  (1995)  Includes photo(s).
 
p49 Photo ‘Pink Kardinal’.

p146. Mr. Les Stratford of Toongabbie, New South Wales relates: I have a new rose named ‘Pink Kardinal’, a sport of ‘Kardinal’. I have registered this rose with the Rose Society of Australia, and it has been accepted with the P.V.R. in Canberra. P.V.R. 94/077 and I am in the process of having it registered with the American Rose Society. I am a member of the Parramatta & Hills Society, and I displayed a large vase of the blooms at the recent National Rose championship held at Chatswood, where much interest was shown not only by local exhibitors, but interstate as well.
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