'New Yorker' rose References
Book (Feb 1997) Page(s) 10.
New Yorker the red rose that does not change color with age
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 410.
New Yorker Hybrid Tea, medium red (velvety bright scarlet), 1947, 'Flambeau' x Seedling; Boerner. Description.
Book (1962) Page(s) 46-47. Includes photo(s).
New Yorker (hybrid tea, Jackson & Perkins 1948) - This rose is as vaulable as a decorative garden rose as a cut flower. The deep red blooms are of great brightness and strongly fragrant. They keep the colour from expansion of the bloom until the petals fall off. The trees are vigorous, blooming extensively.
Book (1953) Page(s) 66.
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Website/Catalog (1953) Page(s) 10.
Novelty Roses 1952. New Yorker (HT. Boerner 1949) Large, well formed, double, brilliant unfading red blooms that command attention, even amongst other red sorts. Splendid. 10/6 each.
Book (1952) Page(s) 12.
Harry H. Hazlewood. The New Roses of 1952. Commencing with the ever-popular colour, New Yorker (Boerner, 1949) stands out as the dominant novelty. The exhibition blooms are large, shapely, double, slightly fragrant and ranging from scarlet to rich red which keeps its colour well. The stems are rather thorny, but in all other respects it is a particularly fine sort with a branching free blooming habit.