'Baby Love' rose References
Book (2002) Page(s) 23.
Book (2000) Page(s) 102. Includes photo(s).
‘Baby Love’/SCRivluv = Rose pour terrasse... jaune radieux... Petites, à 5 pétales, solitaires sur leur tige... feuillage fin, vert franc et satiné… Chacune ne dure que quelques jours, mais la succession est rapide. Scrivens, UK, 1992. ‘Sweet Magic’ x semis. RNRS Torridge Award 1993.
Article (magazine) (21 Mar 1999) Page(s) 13.
Baby Love ... unceasing multitudes of bright yellow single flowers (one of the worthiest Gold Medal winners we've had recently), which makes a 2 ft 6 in x 2 ft 6 in dense bush...
Website/Catalog (4 Jan 1999) Page(s) 127. Includes photo(s).
Baby Love Description... abundant clusters of sweetly fragrant, 2 in, bright yellow blooms from June to frost...
Website/Catalog (23 Oct 1998) Page(s) 34.
Baby Love (SCRivluv) Scrivens 1994. Modern Shrub Rose... a shrubby grower which has achieved a reputation for freedom from disease. The single bright yellow blooms are distinguished by attractive stamens and significant fragrance...
Website/Catalog (Aug 1998) Page(s) 21. Includes photo(s).
Baby Love (SCRivluv) Shrub. Scrivens 1994. Description... single and bright yellow...
Article (magazine) (Nov 1996) Page(s) 16. Includes photo(s).
Baby Love Description... considered one of the most disease-free roses in existence...
Book (Jul 1996) Page(s) 43. Includes photo(s).
Baby Love Dwarf cluster-flowered bush (Patio bush) Scrivens (England) 1995 ('Scrivluv') Parentage given: 'Sweet Magic' x (Seedling x Rosa davidii var. elongata). Description.
Book (3 Jul 1995) Page(s) 5. Includes photo(s).
Baby Love... exceptionally healthy...
Book (1994) Page(s) 51.
Colin P. Horner, The 1993 Rose Seedling Awards in Great Britain.
One of the two top awards went to 'Baby Love' (T.G. 1006), a very unusual Dwarf Cluster Flower Shrub producing masses of buttercup yellow single flowers on an upright bushy plant. The blooms have a good fragrance. It was raised by amateur breeder Len Scrivens from 'Sweet Magic' x a seedling with R. davidii elongata in its parentage. The seedling also won the Torridge Award.....The 1991-93 Trials were a remarkable triumph for amateur hybridiser Len Scrivens from Kidderminster. Only two seedlings were submitted by him and to receive Gold Medal and Certificate of Merit Awards was a sensational achievement. These seedlings, both of which are extremely healthy, result from over a decade of work using Rosa Davidii elongata and his patience and persistence have paid off.