'Morden Blush' rose References
Article (magazine) (28 Nov 2018)
The tetraploid climbing rose Brite EyesTM (‘RADbrite’) is known for its resistance to black spot. To better characterize the resistance present in Brite EyesTM, phenotyping was conducted on a 94 individual F1 population developed by crossing Brite EyesTM to the susceptible tetraploid rose ‘Morden Blush’. Brite EyesTM was resistant to all D. rosae races evaluated except for race 12. The progeny were either resistant or susceptible to all races (2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 13) evaluated.[See whole article via link]
Book (2012) Page(s) 112.
Moden Blush. White to light pink. 51 [petals]. 24". Repeat.
A Parkland rose. Bushy, compact. Excellent bedding plant. Flowers with pink to white coloration up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) across with slight to moderate fragrance. One of the best shrubs for flower arrangements in the bud stage. Medium green, dullish foliage. Very susceptible to black spot. Basically hardy, but some dieback is common in severe winters (zone 3 to 4).
Article (magazine) (2010) Page(s) 1781.
Morden Blush, Northern Earth-Kind rose trials, Shrub, 1988, Lynn Colicutt, Ploidy 4x ....
Website/Catalog (4 Jan 1999) Page(s) 128. Includes photo(s).
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 422. Includes photo(s).
Morden Blush Modern Shrub. Colicutt & Marshall (Canada) 1988... Bred by the Department of Agriculture in Canada for winter hardiness... light pink fading to ivory...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 389.
Morden Blush Shrub, light pink, 1988, ('Prairie Princess' x 'Morden Amorette') x ('Prairie Princess' x ('White Bouquet' x (R. arkansana x 'Assiniboine'))); Collicutt, L.M. Description.