'Madame Hardy du Thé' rose References
Book (1950) Page(s) 120.
Doreen Woodroffe. A Queensland Rosarian Looks Backward. Some [roses] imported later from America were … and Clotilde Soupert.
Book (1936) Page(s) 674.
Soupert, Clothilde (polyantha) Soup. & Nott. 1890; Mignonnette X M. Damaizin; pearl-white, center lake-pink, shaded Paris-red, often white and pink blooms simultaneously, large, very double, aster-form, in clusters of 3-10, fragrance 7/10, floriferous, continuous bloom, light green foliage, growth 6/10, well-branched, short. Sangerhausen
Website/Catalog (1931) Page(s) 39.
Clotilde Soupert. (Soupert & Notting, 1890). Pearly white blooms with a pink flush at the base of its rather large, closely overlapping petals. Blooms freely in large clusters; plant quite strong. Tender in severest climates and flowers often ball, but a very old and notable variety in great favor for many years.
Book (1920) Page(s) 16.
….but Clotilde Soupert was long since turned out of this Eden because she was too lazy to tend and open her buds properly, and, after much promise, presented dropsical yet constricted blossoms that blighted instead of bloomed.
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 35.
Polyantha Pompons (Bedding Types).
No pruning necessary except to remove the past season's flower stems.
Clothilde Soupert... Soupert et Notting, 1890, moderately vigorous. Outer petals pearly white, centre rosy; large for its class; very full; exquisite.
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 11.
Polyantha Clotilde Soupert. Well double, pearl-white, center salmon-pink with carmine
Book (1912) Page(s) 62.
Hybrides de Polyantha nains remontants...
Clotilde Soupert, Mignonnette x Madame Damaizin. Soupert et Notting 1889. Rose nuancé, blanc laqué.- fl. grande, globuleuse, très odorante; très florifère, vigoureux.
Magazine (27 May 1911) Page(s) 254.
The Parentage of Roses.
The following list of the world's Roses and their parentage has been compiled by Mr. Robert Daniel, 38 Russell Road. Fishponds, Bristol, and by his kind permission we are enabled to publish it...
Clothilde Soupert... Perpetual Pompon*, Soupert, 1887, Mignonette X Madame Damaizin
*i.e., dwarf Polyantha
Book (1910) Page(s) 193, 269.
Page 193: Clotilde Soupert introduced between 1874 and 1902
Page 269: Clothilde Soupert; flowers large for its class, but of perfect shape; outer petals white, centres rosy; full and imbricated. Liable to vary, but at all times a most beautiful kind, and very fine for pot work.
Book (1909) Page(s) 233.
Clotilde Soupert, medium size, white, red-shaded pink centre, form of Reine-Marguerite; very floriferous; extra.