HelpMeFind Roses, Clematis and Peonies
Roses, Clematis and Peonies
and everything gardening related.
DescriptionPhotosLineageAwardsReferencesMember RatingsMember CommentsMember JournalsCuttingsGardensBuy From 
'Rosa damascena minima' rose References
Book  (3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 76.  
Pompon Quatre-Saisons (Damask) The Damasks and the Quatre-Saisons have only a few sports, of which the pompon of the Quatre-Saisons is the most notable... [writing in 1826, Jean-Pierre Vibert said that he had] not been able to make it last more than three years...
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 591.  
Quatre Saisons, pompon des (centifolia) Vibert before 1835; light pink, very small, double, fragrance 6/10.
Book  (1899)  Page(s) 145.  
Pompon quatre saisons, Portland, dans le Catalogue de Vibert de 1822
Website/Catalog  (1848)  Page(s) 79.  
Perpetuals or hardy remontants...Pompon des 4 saisons
Book  (1844)  Page(s) 300.  
Quatre Saisons Pompon, très-petite, pleine, rose.

Quatre Saisons Pompon very small, full, rose-colored.
Book  (1842)  Page(s) 267. 4 saisons, everblooming Pompon-Rose; v., double
Book  (1838)  Page(s) 176.  
Portland. Hybrids. Pompon of the Four Seasons. Shrub, small, delicate, susceptible to frost. Leaves, small, and near together. Flowers, very small, double, fragrant, of a pale pink colour, springing from the leaf-buds at the second flowering.
Book  (1837)  Page(s) section III, p.15.  
Damascena portlandica bifera. Pompon, alias Ivins, magnificnet, sweet fragrance. Light pink, only 1 in., almost full, flat.
Book  (1837)  Page(s) 58.  
Perpetual. Pompon Four Seasons is a very old rose, as its name may be found in many old catalogues; still it is rare, and quite a gem, as it blooms well in autumn, and forms a pretty little bush.
Book  (1836)  Page(s) 185.  
Portland. Hybrides. Pompon des quatre saisons. Quatre saisons pompon. Vibert. Arbrisseau petit, délicat, craignant les grandes gelées; feuilles peties et très rapprochées; fleurs très petites, doubles, odorantes, d'un rose clair, naissant dans l'aisselle des feuilles à la seconde floraison.
© 2018