Book (Apr 1999) Page(s) 556.
Mozart Lambertiana. Peter Lambert 1937
Website/Catalog (31 Dec 1998) Page(s) 22. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 392.
Mozart Hybrid Musk, deep pink with large white eye, single, 1937, 'Robin Hood' x 'Rote Pharisäer'; Lambert, P. Description.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 271.
Mozart Modern shrub. Parentage: 'Robin Hood' x 'Rote Pharisäer'. Germany 1937. Description and cultivation... The small flowers are carmine and single, with a white centre, and appear in very large trusses...
Book (1973) Page(s) 31.
E. F. Allen, England.
Students of family trees will be interested to know that a party of German rosarians who visited the Trial Grounds during 1972, considered 'Ballerina' (Bentall, 1937) to be identical with 'Mozart' (Lambert, 1937).
Website/Catalog (1938) Page(s) 7.
Mozart (Lambertiana, Roter Pharisäer) (P. Lambert 36). Vigorous, shrubby, 1-150 m and higher, flexible branches. Blooms very rich and continuously from June to November, in broad trusses. Upper eyes expand fast, bloom rich and long. The whole summer never without the beautiful, loose and friendly bouquets. Small bloom, single, vivid bright pink until the middle, cream-white, golden-yellow, short stamens. Excellent as solitary shrub, espalier, hedge or in groups on lawn or embankments. Hardy, disease resistant. (Robin Hood)