'Ballerina' rose References
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 66-67. Includes photo(s).
Ballerina Hybrid Musk... really more like an overgrown Polyantha... J.A. Bentall 1937... single, soft pink with white around the stamens. Parentage undisclosed.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 39.
Hybrid Musk (Shrub), medium pink, 1937, Bentall. Flowers bright soft pink, white eye, single, small blooms in very large clusters; vigorous (3 ft.) growth.
Book (1993) Page(s) 206. Includes photo(s).
An excellent, small Hybrid Musk. Probably raised by Pemberton, launched by Bentall in Britain 1937. A Rosa multiflora seedling.
Website/Catalog (1985) Page(s) 11.
Ballerina..... 4 x 3’.
Article (website) (1982) Page(s) 10.
Ballerina (Modern Shrub) Large sprays of small single pink blooms with a white centre. A delightful, dainty and showy shrub. H. (C) 4 x 4.
Book (1973) Page(s) 31.
p31. 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).
Book (1940) Page(s) 15, 19.
Page 15: Ballerina Hybrid Musk. (Bentall 1937.) Small, single, bright soft pink, white eye...
Page 19: J.A. Bentall, Havering, Romford, Essex, England. (Successor to J.H. Pemberton.) 'Ballerina'
Website/Catalog Page(s) 104. Includes photo(s).