Quarterly Indexes: Hybrids and named Varieties

HYBRIDS AND NAMED VARIETIES

[Alphabetical order, by general type]

Anomalous primroses or ‘Elizabethans’ (mutated primroses such as hose-in-hose)

$ “Sketchbook” [?] (Definitions of types) 7:2:35-36 (P)

$ “Galligaskins” – photo of painted reproduction and informative caption taken from John Parkinson’s Paradisus Terrestris [Painting by Mrs. Richard E. Pearson] 9:3:36


$ ‘‘Master Hesket’s Double Primrose” – photo of painted reproduction and informative caption taken from John Parkinson’s Paradisus Terrestris [Painting by Mrs. Richard E. Pearson] 9:3:41

$ “Jackanapes-on-Horseback” – photo of painted reproduction and informative caption taken from John Parkinson’s Paradisus Terrestris [Painting by Mrs. Richard E. Pearson] 9:3:44

$ “The Double Greene Feathered Cowslip” – photo of painted reproduction and informative caption taken from John Parkinson’s Paradisus Terrestris [Painting by Mrs. Richard E. Pearson] 9:4:66

Blue primroses

$ “I Knew Mr. G. F. Wilson of Wisley, England” [Mrs. Leonora Townend] (With a note by Florence Levy) 3:4:61

$ “Review of the 5th Annual Show Held April 10th and 11th” [?] (Held in the Portland Art Museum, 1946) 4:1:9-11

$ “Sketchbook” [Florence Levy] 2:3:44-45

$ Light-blue P x juliana photo [?] (Best blue in the 9th Annual Show) 8:2:24

Candelabras

$ “Adventures with the Candelabras” [Mrs. John L. Karnopp] (hybridizing) 1:3:72-74 Oregon – Portland

$ “Extracts from the Minutes of the Fall Meetings” [Carl Maskey] 2:3:46-47

$ “Understanding the Asiatics” [Florence Levy] 3:1:8-11 Oregon – Gresham

$ Inshriach Hybrids

$ “Seed Harvest” 11:1:22

$ “Candelabras, My Floral Treasures” [Mrs John P. Hannon] 11:2-4:43 Oregon?

$ P. x ‘Asthore’ (a second-generation hybrid between P. bulleyana and P. beesiana) in “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part Three) 5:2:17-21

$ P. x ‘Inverleith’ (P. bulleyana x pulverulenta) in “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part Three) 5:2:17-21

$ P. x ‘Ladybird’ (P. bulleyana x pulverulenta) in “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part Three) 5:2:17-21

$ P. x ‘Lissadell’ (grex name for P. cockburniana x P. pulverulenta)

$ “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part Three) 5:2:17-21

$ var. ‘Aileen Aroon’ in “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part Three) 5:2:17-21

$ var. ‘Red Hugh’ in “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part Three) 5:2:17-21

$ var. ‘Unique’ in “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part Three) 5:2:17-21

‘Cinderella’ (hybrid between miniature P. x juliana and large P. acaulis)

$ photo [?] 6:4:55

$ photo [?] 9:4:57

Double primroses

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$ “Old World Primroses” [Captain C. Hawkes] 4:4:55-56

$ “Newer Double Primroses [Capt. C. Hawkes] (Contains information on Cocker’s Bon Accord series, and nomenclature discussion) 5:4:62-63

$ “The Culture of Double Primroses” [Captain C. Hawkes] 11:2-4:51-52

Garden Polyanthus

$ “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part 4) 5:4:57-63 (P)

$ ‘Cowichan’ in “The Picture on the Cover” [?] (Refers to the cover photo of Vol. 10:3) (P)10:3:22

$ ‘Crown Pink’ in “The Pictures on the Covers” [Florence Levy] (A strain developed by Linda Eickman, who won the Quarterly Premier Award in 1953 for hybridizing. Photo on the front cover of Volume 10:4) 10:4:3 (P)

$ ‘Warm Laughter’ in “The Pictures on the Covers” [Florence Levy] (A strain developed by Linda Eickman, who won the Quarterly Premier Award in 1953 for hybridizing. Photo on the back cover of Volume 10:4) 10:4:3 (P)

Gold Laced Polyanthus

$ “Gold and Silver Laced Primroses” [M. A. Lawrence] 3:4:59-60 Oregon – Portland

$ ‘Tiny’ in “Florists’ Flowers” [D. Bamford] 6:3:33-46 (P)

$ ‘George IV’ in “Florists’ Flowers” [D. Bamford] 6:3:45

$ ‘Cheshire Favourite’ in “Florists’ Flowers” [D. Bamford] 6:3:45

$ ‘Beeswing’ in “Florists’ Flowers” [D. Bamford] 6:3:33-46 (P)

P x juliana (= P. x pruhoniciana) (= P. juliae hybrids) (= “Julies”)

$ Juliae Hybrid Primroses” [Fred Borsch] 1:4:112-113 (P of “Dorothy”)

$ “Primula Juliae and Hybrid Juliana Forms” [Lou Roberts] (Hybridizing and culture; contains a list of contemporary varieties) 2:3:33-37 (P)

$ “P. juliae hybrids” [Lt. Comdr. C. R. Worth] (Gives a long list of named pre-War British hybrids. This is an addition to those mentioned in the article Primula juliae and Hybrid Juliana Forms 2:3:33-37) 3:3:39

$ ‘Millicent’ photo [Barnhaven] (A photo of the plant before it was even released) 6:2:29 (P)

$ “Reviewing the Julianas” [Mrs. Philip Hart] (Mentions ‘Wanda’, ‘E R. Janes’, ‘Gloria’, ‘Vulcan’, ‘Merton Hybrid’, ‘Pam’, ‘Crispi’, ‘Mrs. Neave’, ‘Lingwood Beauty’, and ‘Schneekissen’) 6:2:28-30 (P)

$ “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] (Part 4) 5:4:57-63

$ photo [?] (Caption reads “One of Dr. M. C. Riddle’s new Julianas, a glowing, rich red with neon-like eye.”) 9:4:51

$ ‘E. R. Janes’ in “The History of Juliana E. R. Janes from Its Originator” [?] 8:3:37

P. x kewensis (P. verticillata x P. floribunda)

$ “Notes on the Sections of the Genus Primula” [Donald Neil O’Connell] 5:1:1-7

P. x marginata

$ ‘Linda Pope’ in “Illustrations and Descriptions from Publications on the Primula” (P) 10:2:6-10

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‘Mrs. McGillivray’ photograph [Mrs. W. H. Haydon] 6:2:25

P. x ‘Prospect’

$ “Pictorial Dictionary” [?] (Garden hybrid between P. wollastonii and P. reidii) 12:4:150

P. x pubescens

$ alba photo [J. Gilchrist] 10:2:26

$ ‘Purple Spark’, alias ‘Mrs. Berry’ [?] 11:1:22