'Stanwell Perpetual' rose References
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 21.
A Scotch Rose brought out in 1838 ... has a delicate powder-puff appearance, with its pale pink fully double blooms and fine foliage.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 574.
Hybrid Spinosissima (OGR), white, 1838, Thought to be a repeat-blooming Damask x Spinosissima; Lee. Flowers blush, double, medium; slightly fragrant; foliage very small; many prickles; moderate, spreading growth; recurrent bloom.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 77. Includes photo(s).
Book (1993) Page(s) 24.
It is unique in its class because it is repeat-flowering.
Book (1993) Page(s) 63. Includes photo(s).
[Listed under "Wild Roses and Their Cultivars"] Perpetual flowering. Parentage uncertain; it was found in a garden at Stanwell, Middlesex and introduced by Lee of Hammersmith in 1838. Graham Thomas suggests that Rose pimpinellifolia was one parent, an Autumn Damask probably the other. Flowers in midsummer, some repeat. Height: 5 ft. Sweetly scented.
Book (1992) Page(s) 333.
Flowers: 3- to 4-inch, double, white to blush pink, slight fragrance. Repeats. 6- to 8-foot plant. Many thorns.
Book (1991) Page(s) 21.
believed to be a hybrid between the Autumn Damask and the Scotch Brier...
Book (1991) Page(s) 150. Includes photo(s).
Book (1988) Page(s) 22.
Stanwell Perpetual Lee 1838... recommended for 'exquisite fragrance' in Pennsylvania by Robert Buist...
Book (1988) Page(s) 22. Includes photo(s).
black and white