'Betty Uprichard' rose References
Book (2000) Page(s) 115. Includes photo(s).
‘Betty Uprichard’ =Hybride de thé. Dans les années 1920, le teint de cette fleur était une grande nouveauté, et à vrai dire, il demeure très spécial. Voir ref Botanica's Roses. Dickson, UK, comté de Down, en Irlande du Nord 1922.
Book (Apr 1999) Page(s) 460.
Betty Uprichard Pernetiana. A. Dickson 1922. The author cites information from different sources... Color striking -- outside copper, inside silvery salmon...
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 115. Includes photo(s).
Betty Uprichardwas considered a novelty] in the 1920s... salmon-pink with a copper flush on the inside of the petal with a carmine flush on the outside... It was named after a friend of the Dickson family in County Down, Northern Ireland, who was a keen huntswoman...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 49.
Betty Uprichard Hybrid Tea, pale pink, veined rose, reverse rosy, 1922, Dickson, A. Description.
Book (1984) Page(s) 73.
....Careful selection has made the HT what it is today. In many of the early varieties the flowers were lacking in petals and opened rather formless. “Betty Uprichard’, enormously popular in the 1920’s, was an example of this.
Article (website) (1982) Page(s) 10.
Betty Uprichard (Hybrid Tea) Semi-double flowers from a shapely bud. Salmon pink to carmine.Very fragrant and extremely free flowering. Vigorous.1922. (C) 3 x 3.
Book (1963) Page(s) 132. Includes photo(s).
'Betty Uprichard' (Plate No. 84) HT. A Dickson 1922. Blooms medium six, 20 petals produced freely. Distinctive colouring - salmon pink flushed copper with carmine reverse. Fragrant. Light green foliage. Very vigorous up to 3 ft 6 in.
Book (1947) Page(s) 110.
Betty Uprichard (Decorative & Garden) A decorative rose of dainty colouring, semi-double, salmon carmine to copper reverse. A good tall grower; vigorous branching. Fragrant. Habit 3. (HT)
Website/Catalog (1947) Page(s) 28.
General List. Betty Uprichard (HT. A. Dickson & Sons 1922). F. 3. Semi-double blooms with inner petals showing delicate salmon carmine and a coppery carmine reverse. The growth is vigorous, tall and branching. According to the raiser the pronunciation is "Yew-pritchard". Also available as a vigorous climber. E.
Book (1941) Page(s) 83.
S. B. Watkins, Queensland ..... but of all roses possessing this fragrance, none can compare with 'Betty Uprichard', whose lemon verbena perfume is unique.