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'Birdie Blye' rose References
Book  (1926)  Page(s) 58.  
 
Birdie Blye (Hybrid Bourbon - Dr. Van Fleet, 1904): I am deliberately disregarding all authorities in calling this rose a Bourbon, but it looks more like a Bourbon than anything else and acts more like one. It is deep pink, double, cupped, very fragrant, of fairly tall growth, - 4 to 5 feet, - usually in bloom all the time, and one of the very best bush-roses there is, being strictly in the class with 'Gruss an Teplitz'
Magazine  (Oct 1925)  Page(s) 242-243.  
 
[Report from Bagatelle]
Je dois pourtant ajouter une remarque au sujet des rosiers sarmenteux. Bien des personnes ont été étonnées de ne pas connaître une variété de rosier sarmenteux déjà ancienne de la Maison Conard, des Etats-Unis d'Amérique,  Birdie Blye. Cette variété a été présentée comme multiflore et elle a pourtant toutes les apparences d'un hybride de Bengale, surtout dans la forme de ses roses. Mais son intérêt est que, quoique sarmenteux, il est vrai ne s'élevant qu'avec quelque difficulté, il est toujours en fleurs dans la treille des multiflores. Il était déjà remarqué, mais moins qu'aujourd'hui où, greffé en haut standard, il a été planté au bord de la pelouse centrale de la Roseraie et se  distinguait de tous les autres par son abondante et persistante floraison.
Website/Catalog  (1923)  
 
Britzer immerblühende Heckenrose, pink, form of the monthly rose, very floriferous
Article (magazine)  (1919)  Page(s) 76.  
 
In conclusion, I should first like to name two Roses that appear to me to come within the scope of this article. One is Birdie Blye, a hybrid of Armosa. It is a Rose very seldom seen, but is a fine thing, blooming as late as the old blush China, with fine, bold clusters of a deep pink shade. As vigorous as the old Fellenberg, it deserves a place in every garden.
Book  (1916)  Page(s) 44.  
 
Birdie Blye Mult. Flowers bright satiny rose. Continual bloomer. Grows 4 to 6 feet. Pillar, bush.
Website/Catalog  (1914)  Page(s) 8.  
 
Hardy hybrid multifloras. (Commercialized by P. Lambert)
Birdie Blye. Repeat-blooming pillar rose, blooms from June until frost, double, medium size, pink; fragrant, hardy.
Magazine  (20 May 1911)  Page(s) 243.  
 
The Parentage of Roses.
The following list of the world's Roses and their parentage has been compiled by Mr. Robert Daniel, 38 Russell Road. Fishponds, Bristol, and by his kind permission we are enabled to publish it...
Birdie Blye... M[ultiflora]. S[candens].*, Conard and J., 1907, Hélène X Bon Silène

*i.e., Climbing Polyantha
Magazine  (Feb 1907)  Page(s) 22.  
 
Rosiers nouveaux de 1906.
Ont été mises au commerce, l’automne 1906, les roses suivantes:
Birdy Blye (multiflore). Obtenteurs, Conard et Jones. -- Arbuste très vigoureux, florifère, fleur moyenne, bien pleine, rose carminé luisant. Issu de Hélène x Bon Silène.

Translation:
New Roses of 1906.
The following roses were introduced into commerce in the autumn of 1906:
Birdy Blye (multiflora). Breeders, Conard and Jones. -- Shrub is very vigorous, floriferous, flower is of medium size, quite full, of a luminous carmine pink. Issue of Hélène x Bon Silène.
Magazine  (1907)  Page(s) 612.  
 
Birdie Blye new rose.
Magazine  (1905)  Page(s) 314.  
 
Society of American Florists, Department of Plant Registration: The Conard & Jones Company, West Grove, Pa., submits for registration Rose American Pillar...Also, Rose Birdie Blye, Helen (sic) x Bon Silene. Described as an ever-blooming climber, producing clusters of blooms during the whole growing season; flowers, large, very double; color, beautiful rosy carmine and of delightful fragrance.
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