'Pink Chiffon' rose References
Book (1968) Page(s) 61.
Mrs. Heather Rumsey. The Best Of The Floribundas.
A very pale pink is Pink Chiffon, with a very double shapely flower, and a medium-low grower. Although a very pale colour, this is quite a popular variety, especially as the bushes do not grow very tall, and it can be placed as a border in front of other roses without danger of covering them up.
Book (1966) Page(s) 23.
Roy and Heather Rumsey:
.....'Geisha' is paler than 'Dearest', but deeper than 'Pink Chiffon'
Website/Catalog (1964) Page(s) 67.
'Pink Chiffon', Floribunda. (Pat. 1564) 2-3 feet. Since 'Pink Chiffon' was planted here several years ago, its ethereal beauty has attracted more attention and exclamations than all the brilliant new color breaks of other test roses put together. Clusters of buds and cupped, very double, open flowers are blush-pink with rosy-pink centers....the same delicate coloring of 'Maiden's Blush' and other Alba roses. Lavish with long lasting blooms....would make a perfect border for a bed of old roses. 3 for $5.25. each $2.00
Book (1962) Page(s) 14.
Roy and Heather Rumsey, NSW. New Roses
Pink Chiffon Floribunda. Very pale pink, large flowers with a lot of petals. Good growth and good flowers. An exquisite variety.