'Madame Serat' rose References
Article (magazine) (2007) Page(s) 404.
Table 1. Comparison of key volatile components in representative cultivated Chinese roses and species. [adsorption volume by Solid Phase Microextraction (peak area, x10')]
Book (2003) Page(s) 152.
Obtentions de J.-B. Guillot père
1846. Mme. Bravy (T9, Catalogue, obtenue par un Guillot homonyme, et d'abord appelée "Danzille" (?); commercialisée par J.-B. Guiillot père, en 1848; synonyme : Madame de Sertot.
Book (2001) Page(s) 203.
"The many supposed synonyms formerly reported ('Alba Rosea', 'Adèle Pradel, etc. etc.) appear not to be synonyms at all, but rather now extinct rose varieties in their own right."
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 334.
Mme. Bravy Tea, creamy white shaded blush, 1846, ('Adèle Pradel'; 'Alba Rosea'; 'Danzille'; 'Joséphine Maltot'; 'Mme. Denis'; 'Mme. de Sertot'); Guillot Père. Description.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 51.
Mme Bravy ('Alba Rosea', 'Adèle Pradel', 'Danzille', 'Isidore Malton', 'Mme Denis', 'Mme de Sertot', 'Mme Maurin') Tea. Guillot père, 1845. [Author cites information from different sources. Interesting entries about the origin of the rose and it was named for the wife of G. Bravy, of the Société d'Horticulture de l'Hérault.]
Book (1988) Page(s) 77. Includes photo(s).
('Alba Rosea', 'Mme. Serat') A Tea rose raised by Guillot of Pont Cherin in 1846 and introduced by Guillot (of Lyons) in 1848. (Description) … This is often said to be one of the parents, with 'Mme. Victor Verdier' of the first Hybrid Tea 'La France'.
Book (1985) Page(s) 12-13.
Mme Bravy came from a Monsieur Guillot of Pont-de-Chéruy. He had named it 'Danzille', and he assigned it to Guillot of Lyon in 1846... The name was changed and the rose was introduced as 'Mme Bravy' in 1848... a creamy white rose, with a blush of pink at the centre...
Article (misc) (4 Mar 1950) Page(s) 34.
Adam (or 'President')... salmon-pink... the first of the so-called tea rose family... ['Adam'] and 'Mme. Bravy' ('Alba Rosea' or 'Mme. Sertot') and Mme. St. Joseph' were primarily greenhouse roses but were used extensively in the breeding of the early hybrid teas which were the result of crosses between this class [Tea Roses] and the hybrid perpetuals.
Book (1936) Page(s) 104.
Bravy, Mme. (tea) Guillot 1846; yellowish white, center pink, medium to large, double, fine form, globular to flat cup form, opens, fragrance 7/10, floriferous, continuous bloom, growth 4/10; = [similar to] Danzile; Alba rosea; Mme. Sertot; Josephine Malton