'Madame Hélène Parmentier' rose References
Book (1947) Page(s) 185.
Madame Hélène Parmentier (H.T.) produces its semi-double nasturtium-red flowers, which pale to salmon-pink with age, with the reverse of the petals of orange-yellow, on long stems from strong branching plants with large shining deep-green foliage. Sauvageot 1935....Vigorous. Slightly fragrant....June-September. Hardy.
Book (1937) Page(s) 17.
Harry H. Hazlewood. The New Roses of 1937.
Madame Helene Parmentier, Pernt. (Sauvageot, 1935) carries a bloom of 15-20 petals which fades to a golden flesh pink. The foliage is good, but on present performances the variety is not outstanding.
Website/Catalog (1937) Page(s) 39.
New Roses 1937. Madame Helene Parmentier (Pernt. J. Sauvageot 1935). A rose of two distinct colours the interior of the petal is capucine red and orange passing to salmon-rose and the exterior is a beautiful pure golden yellow. The bud is long and opens to a fairly full flower. Beautiful foliage and vigorous growth. 4/- each.
Blooms of 15-20 petals which fade to flesh pink with a golden suffusion.
Book (1936) Page(s) 542.
Parmentier, Mme. Hélène (hybrid lutea) Sauvageot 1935; seedling of Cl. Pernet X Angélè Pernet; nasturtium-red, shaded orange, fades to salmon-pink, reverse pure golden-yellow, large, semi-double, cup form, lasting, floriferous, continuous bloom with interruptions, long stems, wrinkled foliage, growth 6/10, bushy.