'Jules Margottin' rose References
Book (Aug 2002) Page(s) 51.
Book (Dec 2000) Page(s) 330.
[Jacques-Julien] Margottin père 1853
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 145, 316.
Page 145: Jules Margottin Hybrid Perpetual. Margottin (France) 1853. Description... a great parent in the past... carmine rose...
Page 316: [From The Work of Dr. C.C. Hurst] In 1852 'Jules Margottin... arrived... a Brennus perpetual (Hybrid China selfed)...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 279.
Hybrid Perpetual (OGR), medium pink, 1853, Probably 'La Reine' seedling; Margottin. Flowers carmine-rose, double (90 petals), rather flat, large; slightly fragrant; vigorous; recurrent.
Book (1993) Page(s) 93. Includes photo(s).
Hybrid Perpetual. Margottin (France) 1853. A 'La Reine' seedling.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 137.
Jules Margottin Hybrid Perpetual. Margottin, 1853. Seedling of 'La Reine'. [The author cites information from different sources. Choix des Plus Belles Roses says this is perhaps Mons Margottin's most notable introduction... It is a hybrid Bourbon... The Journal des Roses says it was named for the raiser's eldest son]... Bright carmine... Bright cherry-colour... very bright cerise pink... of beautiful centifolia form... one of the most widely cultivated roses [written in the 1880s]... the color of 'Brennus'... Quite worthy of its descriptive english name, 'Perpetual Brennus'...
Book (1988) Page(s) 74. Includes photo(s).
Book (1986) Page(s) 108. Includes photo(s).
Hybrid Perpetual (1853)
... used extensively as a parent... deep cerise-pink... Fragrant.
Book (1936) Page(s) 453.
Margottin, Jules (HP) Margottin 1853; bright cherry-red, shaded purple-pink to carmine-pink, large, double, imbricated, centifolia-form, lasting, solitary or up to 4, fragrance 6/10, floriferous, repeats well, upright stems, many reddish brown prickles, thick olive-green branches, dense foliage, reverse whitish, growth 8/10, upright, 1,25 m, hardy. Sangerhausen
Book (1935) Page(s) 176, 177, 182.
Page 176: [Ellwanger showed that the most prolific Hybrid Perpetual seed-bearers were:] 'La Reine', 'Jules Margottin', 'Victor Verdier', 'Géant des Batailles', 'Général Jacqueminot', and 'Charles Lefebvre'.
Page 177: Jules Margottin named this rose for himself
Page 182: Jules Margottin
... considered to be from 'La Reine' descent... became a type and head of a succession... numerous prickles... especially good in autumn... slightly fragrant...