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'Dainty Bess, Cl.' rose References
Book  (2000)  Page(s) 190.  
‘Dainty Bess Grimpant’ (Van Barneveld, US, 1935) ne remonte guère, mais reste un bon grimpant pour égayer un mur.
Book  (Nov 1994)  Page(s) 245.  
Dainty Bess, Climbing 1935. Description... single pink, deeper on the reverse, red-brown stamens...
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 121.  
Dainty Bess, Climbing Climbing Hybrid Tea, light pink, 1035, van Barneveld.
Book  (1991)  Page(s) 208.  
Dainty Bess, Cl. VanBarneveld, 1935. Hybrid Tea. Sport of 'Dainty Bess'. [Author cites several sources.]
Website/Catalog  (1949)  Page(s) 5.  
Novelty Roses 1949. Climbing Dainty Bess  (HT. Barneveld 1935) This was imported before the War, but lost and has only reached us now in good order. The bush variety, with its single, soft pink blooms and dark stamens, is deservedly popular and a climbing form will be very welcome. 7/6 each.
Booklet  (1947)  Includes photo(s).
Climbing Dainty Bess
Website/Catalog  (1938)  Page(s) 13.  
Cl. Dainty Bess.  A single climber that is almost continuously in bloom from April to November. The name is very appropriate—the slender rosy-salmon buds are held daintily on thin, wiry stems. When open the flowers have broad, fimbriated petals of pale rose. The large cluster of wine-colored stamens add a distinctive touch to this delightful Rose. The bush form of this Rose has attained great popularity and this climber has all the qualities to make it the most popular single climbing Rose.
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 74.  
Bess, Climb. D. (cl. HT) van Barneveld 1935; sport of D. Bess; climbing habit
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