'Killarney, Cl.' rose References
Book (1936) Page(s) 385.
Killarney, Climb. (cl. HT) Reinberg 1908; sport of above [Killarney]; climbing habit
Website/Catalog (1929) Page(s) 58.
Tender Climbing Roses
Climbing Killarney. Climbing Hybrid Tea. (Reinberg, 1908.) Sparkling buds of delightful form and large, attractive, widespread flowers of clear, light pink. Strong growing and floriferous.
A vigorous-climbing counterpart of Killarney in bloom and foliage, requiring the same care.
Website/Catalog (1922) Page(s) 25.
The climbing Killarney promises genuine climbing habit.
Website/Catalog (1922) Page(s) 38.
(43) Climbing Killarney (HT) (Reinberg). A recent introduction. Flowers identical with parent and apparently a genuine climber. 2/6 each.
Website/Catalog (1921) Page(s) .
Climbing Hybrid Teas
$1.25 each, $12 per dozen, $90 per 100
Climbing Pink Killarney. Clear, bright pink. A very attractive and vigorous-growing variety that will be as popular as the old Pink Killarney.
Magazine (28 Mar 1913) Page(s) 65.
INTRODUCED IN 1910: —
No. 420 — 9-18-1909, Climbing Killarney (Alex Montgomery).
No. 434— 6-11-1910. Red Killarney, and
No. 435— 7- 7-1910, Dark Pink Killarney, and
No. 437— 7- 7-1910, Lady Cromwell, by A. N. Pierson, Inc.
(1911) Page(s) 17.
Climbing Killarney is a sport of the now popular cut-flower Rose Killarney and excels any variety of its class and color ever introduced. Anticipating that it will immediately become popular, we have propagated a good stock of it, and can guarantee every plant sent out to be true to name. Climbing Killarney makes a strong growth with a beautiful deep-bronzy green foliage, bearing its long, pointed buds and flowers on heavy shoots and canes. The color is an exquisite shade of deep brilliant pink. Flowers immense in size with petals of great substance and delightful fragrance. A great new Rose.