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Heritage Roses In Australia Journal
(1979)  Page(s) 4.  
Trevor Nottle?: 'A. G. Furness' – 1941, a bright red semi-climber, Sensation seedling
(1979)  Page(s) 4. Vol 1, No. 3.  
Editor. Alister Clark Roses. A. W. Jessep – 1952, large double, fragrant, rich cerise pink. Vigorous, bushy.
(2019)  Page(s) 49. Vol 41, No. 1.  
Margaret Furness.  Tea, Noisette and China Mislabels in Australia. 
The rose sold as Adam is incorrect, and may be the true Mme Bérard.
(2017)  Page(s) 41. Vol 39, No. 1.  
Billy West.  When The Prickles Have To Go. 
Repeat flowering climbing roses with few or no prickles:  'Marie Nabonnand', 'Zephirine Drouhin', 'Kathleen Harrop', 'Mme. Berard' (the rose sold as 'Adam').
(2008)  Page(s) 9. Vol 30, No. 2.  
Lynne Chapman et al.  When Is A Tea Not A Tea.
....Most of the offspring of 'Gloire de Dijon' were introduced as Tea roses, but are now classed as Dijon Teas or Noisettes, although 'Mme. Berard' can still be found listed as a Climbing Tea in nursery catalogues. 
(2011)  Page(s) 24. Vol 33, No. 2.  
Doug Hayne. Lost Alister Clark Roses.
Missing Clark roses include ... a correct 'Agnes Barclay' and ...
(Sep 2020)  Page(s) 4. Vol 42, No. 3.  Includes photo(s).
Editor.  More Found Polyanthas.
“Upper Beaconsfield”, found in two Victorian towns. It was circulated as Agnes Barclay but that was Tea x Tea-Noisette.
(2012)  Page(s) 35. Vol 34, No. 3.  Includes photo(s).
Photo. “Agnes Saffron’s Early Tea” Collected Yea, Vic.
(2012)  Page(s) 21. Vol 36, No. 1.  Includes photo(s).
Front and back cover photos. “Agnes Saffron’s Early Tea”.

p4. “Agnes Saffron’s Early Tea”. Found at Yea, Victoria. Now growing in Bed A 37 at the National Collection in Renmark and in the Memorial Garden at Marysville. Photographed by Margaret Furness in December, 2012.

p16. Shirley Yates. “Agnes Saffron’s Early Tea” - planted at Marysville Memorial garden.
(2019)  Page(s) 30. Vol 41, No. 1.  Includes photo(s).
Margaret Furness.
“Agnes Saffron’s Early Tea”, collected Daylesford, Vic. Mostly soft apricot, sometimes pink. Flowers about 11cm, very full. Can ball, doesn't self-clean. Hips not seen yet. Leaves quite glossy with impressed veins. Moderate growth (for a Tea). Spring flush (below) starts later than for some other Teas. Susceptible to mildew.
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