'Pegasus' rose References
Website/Catalog (2018) Includes photo(s).
This rose is a little different from other English Roses, having charming, camellia-like flowers. They are of rich apricot-yellow, fading to cream at the edges. Its petals are thick and long-lasting, making it a good cut flower. There is a delicious true tea rose fragrance. [...]
Named after the winged horse of Greek mythology.
Article (misc) (Jul 2002) Page(s) 8.
Website/Catalog (Oct 1999) Page(s) 22. Includes photo(s).
Pegasus (AUSmoon)... a rich apricot-yellow at the center, fading to cream at the edges... It was named for a charity known as 'Riding for the Disabled' and it refers to the winged horse of Greek mythology. (David Austin 1995)
Website/Catalog (Aug 1998) Page(s) 20, 24. Includes photo(s).
Page 20: Pegasus (AUSmoon) English Rose. Austin 1995. Description... camellia-shaped flowers and a border blending colour of yellow ochre with a hint of apricot fading to the outer edge...
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Book (1998) Page(s) 13.
AUSmoon Shrub, light yellow, 1997; ('Pegasus'); 'Graham Thomas' x 'Pascali'; Austin, David. Description.