'Charles P. Kilham' rose References
Website/Catalog (2003) Page(s) 31.
2003-2004 catalogue. Charles P. Kilham Hybrid tea. Orange. McGredy, 1926.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 87.
Hybrid Tea, orange-red, 1926, McGredy. Description.
Book (1965) Page(s) 63.
Modern Roses 6 (1965 ) p. 63
Charles P. Kilham. HT. (McGredy; int. Beckwith, '26.) Parentage unknown. Large, dbl. (32 petals), well formed, slightly fragrant, red-orange, fading to Lincoln red. Vig., bushy; free bloom. NRS Gold Medal, '27.
Book (1953) Page(s) 111.
Francis Meilland. My Masterpiece.
.....Charles P. Kilham on the other hand, was an excellent female which we knew to be capable of transmitting its own characteristic shape and colour to its progeny.....
Book (1948) Page(s) 49.
'Margaret Van Rossem' reminds me somewhat of C. P. Kilham but grows stronger.
Book (1944) Page(s) 72.
List of Roses 1943-44. Trial Ground No. 520c. 'Kidson". Sender: Myrtle Farren. HT. Intense scarlet, shaded gold. Frag. Vigorous. An improved C. Kilham
Website/Catalog (1941) Page(s) 10.
'Madame Bollaert' Old blooms appear like a better and richer Charles P. Kilham
Book (1940) Page(s) 17.
G. Beckwith & Son, Hoddesdon, Herts, England ['Charles P. Kilham']
Website/Catalog (1938) Page(s) 13.
Charles P. Kilham (Hybrid Tea)... Brilliant orange orient red. Attractive bud and good bloom. A really good, free flowering garden Rose of reliable growth. Recommended. Tea perfumed. Introduced 1926.
Book (1937) Page(s) 88.
Charles P. Kilham