'Lucy Nicolas' rose References
Book (1958) Page(s) 211.
Lucy Nicolas. HT. (Mallerin; int. H. Guillot, also C-P, '35.) Odette Foussier X Cécile Walter. Bud pointed; fl. large, dbl., high centered, coppery salmon. Fol. glossy, bronze. Very vig.
Book (1942) Page(s) 153.
Proof of the Pudding Summary. 'Lucy Nicolas'. 5 years reported. 44 reports. For 23. Fair 9. Against 12. Blooms well in California.
Book (1941) Page(s) 212.
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Book (1940) Page(s) 209.
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Book (1939) Page(s) 202.
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p159. Alister Clark. Roses in far Australia. I do not like to criticise the newly imported roses as I can scarcely do them justice in my old garden soil, but 'Lucy Nicolas' and .... are charming.
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Book (1937) Page(s) 16.
Harry H. Hazlewood. The New Roses of 1937.
Lucy Nicolas, HT. (Mallerin, 1935), has so far shown best results. It is a vigorous grower with an attractive coppery pink colour. The 35 petals are long but rather narrow, with the exception of the outer guard petals, while it appears to be very free blooming.
Website/Catalog (1937) Page(s) 39.
New Roses 1937. Lucy Nicolas (HT. C. Mallerin 1935) Large, full flower of coppery coloured coral pink with a gold shaded reflex colour which does not alter with age. Very strong growth, and dark green foliage free from disease. Very floriferous. 5/- each.
Vigorous growth and most attractive colour. 35 long, narrow petals.
Book (1936) Page(s) 228.
New Roses of the World. 'Lucy Nicolas' HT (C. Mallerin; intro by Henri Guillot and Conard-Pyle Co., 1935). 'Odette Foussier' x 'Cecile Walter'. Type 'Mme. Butterfly'. Bud large, long-pointed; flower large, double, high-centered, unusually lasting, coppery salmon, on long stem. Foliage glossy, bronze-green. Very vigorous, upright; profuse, continuous bloomer. First Prize, Besangon, 1932; Grand Prix, a gold Chronometer; Gold Medal, Saverne, 1935.
Magazine (1936) Page(s) 84.
Lucy Nicolas, named by Mallerin for the lovely daughter of Dr. Nicolas, is a finely formed flower of orange-copper, which lasts long as a cut flower