'Coquette de Lyon' rose References
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 109.
Tea (OGR), light yellow, 1872, ('La Coquette de Lyon'); Ducher. Flowers canary-yellow, medium size.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 65.
Coquette de Lyon Tea. Ducher, 1871. The author cites information from different sources... Pale yellow... Canary-yellow...
Book (1936) Page(s) 436.
Lyon, Coquette de (tea) Ducher 1871; canary-yellow, medium size, double, fine form, continuous bloom, growth 5/10.
Book (1910) Page(s) 192, 311.
Coquette de Lyon The Autumn of 1870 gave us but few new Roses. France, engaged in a struggle of life and death, had neither heart nor time for things like these. Fourteen varieties only from that country reached my hands, of which 'Coquette de Lyon' and 'Madame Emile Dupuy' (Tea-scented) seemed the most noteworthy... Tea; flowers canary-yellow, of medium size, fine form, and full; growth vigorous.
Website/Catalog (1907) Page(s) 27.
Coquette de Lyon (Ducher 1872) siskin-yellow, medium size, beautiful variety
Book (1902) Page(s) 64.
Rosiers Thé non sarmenteux. Groupe ..Safrano
1111. Coquette de Lyon (Ducher 1872), jaune
Book (1899) Page(s) 43.
Coquette de Lyon, thé, Ducher, 1872, jaune
Book (1898) Page(s) 8.
'Coquette de Lyon'. Well shaped flowers of moderate fulness, canary yellow of rather distinct a shade. A very charming and graceful rose flowering and flourishing well under glass, outside it prefers a shady situation. Rather delicate, which may be the reason why it is but seldom seen in England.
Book (1895) Page(s) 195.
Tea. Coquette de Lyon (Ducher 1873). Ranunculus-form, very abundant.
Book (1894) Page(s) 254.
Coquette de Lyon, T., Ducher (1870), canary yellow, medium, vigorous.