"Miss Curry" rose References
Website/Catalog (13 Jan 2019)
“Miss Curry” (study name)(hp). Large, double, globular. Rich rosy pink. Good scent. Arching growth to 1.6m. Similar to John Hopper
(2012) Page(s) 15. Vol 34, No. 3..
From: Heritage Roses in Australia Journal.
Steve Beck. Big is Beautiful. Some Notes in the Hybrid Perpetuals.
Miss Curry I obtained this from John Nieuwesteeg. Double, cupped, large mid pink fragrant blooms on stout, Portland-style plant. Mid-green foliage, and smallish, stout prickles.
Magazine (2011) Page(s) 51. Vol 33, No. 1.
Pat Toolan. Barossa & Beyond Regional Report.
It was heartening to see that the "Miller House Pink HP" that I gave Tina years ago was alive and thriving. The mother plant has long gone as the later owners or renters had goats.... the old roses in that garden then became history. (Miles also found it recently at the "Mylor Primary School".
Website/Catalog (2009) Page(s) 2.
"Miss Curry" [study name] (H.P.) Very double, bright pink, strong perfume
Magazine (2005) Page(s) 59. Vol 27, No. 1.
Esmond Jones. Muswellbrook, NSW.
These are some ofthe roses that I have flowering now or are about to flower:
A H.P. which is 'Anna de Diesbach' according to the experts, another smaller looking H.P. which I have here as "Sue No. 1" and....