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'Camelot' rose References
Book  (2002)  Page(s) 30.  
Rated 7.2
Book  (2000)  Page(s) 139.  Includes photo(s).
‘Camelot’ = Hybride de Thé. Classé parmi les grandifloras aux Etats-Unis… coloris entre rose corail et saumon avivé de rouge, presque criard à l’éclosion, mais s’adoucissant très vite. Bien pleines et plutôt grandes, elles présentent d’abord un cœur turbiné, puis s’ouvrent en coupe régulière, libérant un parfum poivré... grand buisson au feuillage sombre, luisant en coriace. Swim and Weeks, US, 1964.
Book  (2000)  Page(s) 108.  
Camelot, the capital of King Arthur's kingdom of Logres, in southern England... The castle and city stand on Camelot River... The main hall in the castle was built by the enchanter Merlin... The main hall houses the famous round table, at which 150 knights can sit... It is said that the table symbolizes the roundness of the world. It is also the symbol of the Fellowship of the Round Table, composed of the most noble and virtuous knights in the land... According to the code of Camelot, a knight may not ignore the slightest incident which may lead him to adventure...
Book  (Dec 1998)  Page(s) 139.  Includes photo(s).
Camelot Hybrid Tea. Swim and Weeks (USA) 1964. Description... coral-pink or reddish salmon...
Book  (Sep 1993)  Page(s) 101-102.  Includes photo(s).
Camelot Large-flowered. It was raised by Herbert Swim and O.L. Weeks and introduced by the Conard-Pyle Company of Pennsylvania in 1964. Parentage: 'Queen Elizabeth' x 'Circus'. Description... an unfading coral-pink, strong rather than delicate...
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 71.  
Grandiflora, orange-pink, 1964, 'Circus' x 'Queen Elizabeth'; Swim & Weeks; Conard-Pyle. Bud ovoid; flowers shrimp-pink, double (48 petals), cupped, large (3 1/2 - 4 in.) blooms in clusters; fragrant (spicy); foliage leathery, glossy, dark; vigorous, tall growth.
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 134-135.  Includes photo(s).
Camelot Description... classed as a Floribunda...
Book  (1966)  Page(s) 169.  
W. G. Treloar, Victoria.  Recent Introductions.  1966 Releases.  (advertisement)
Camelot. HT. 
Book  (1965)  Page(s) 200.  
Wheatcroft Brothers Ltd. advertisement.  Here are our new roses for '65.
Camelot     (Swim) H.T.   Warm coral.  If you've seen the musical you'll have some idea of what a sumptuous production is the rose. It is an entirely new pink—rich yet almost chalky, with a pronounced irridescence and a faint golden sheen. The blooms, big and lavishly full, cover the bush all season, parading singly and in huge clusters before a plentiful backdrop of large, dark leaves. The plant is outstandingly strong, exuberant, tall and healthy. All American  Award Winner, 1965.  
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