Book (Apr 1999) Page(s) 558.
Una Canina. George Paul 1898
Book (1983) Page(s) 618.
Una Hybrid canina, buff-yellow becoming creamy white, single, 1900, Tea, x R. canina; Paul. Description.
Book (1936) Page(s) 718.
Una (hybrid canina) G. Paul 1898; R. canina X Gloire de Dijon; cream, striped white, very large, semi-double to single, once-blooming, occasional repeat, light yellow buds, growth 8/10, climbing, 3 m. Sangerhausen
Book (1920) Page(s) 326.
Una (Canina) Paul & Son, 1900.- Pale buff.- Vigorous pillar.- Pillar, hedge.- Large, handsome, semi-single blooms.- Distinct.- Summer.- (Prune none.)
Magazine (1918) Page(s) 256.
"Mildew-Resistant Roses: with some Suggestions as to Increasing their Number."
By Walter Easlea, F.R.H.S.
[Read July 17, 1917...]
Our native Briar, R. canina, is a good mildew-resister, and we see in 'Una' what beautiful results might follow its use as a seed parent.
Book (1910) Page(s) 339.
[Under the heading Interesting Species and Hybrids not Classified.] Una; a hybrid of R. canina, bearing lovely creamy yellow buds. Good for hedges, banks, or wild garden; very vigorous.
Magazine (11 Jul 1908) Page(s) 339.
Hybrid Briar Roses.
One of the most beautiful results, in my opinion, of the crossing of Rosa canina with a Tea Rose is manifest in the variety Una. Here we have all the lusty vigour of R. canina with a delightful Tea-like bud of delicate cream opening to a large single bloom of wondrous beauty.
Book (1906) Page(s) 164.
10.551. Una, Hybride de Canina, G. Paul 1898 crème panaché blanc