'Gloire des Rosomènes' rose References
Article (misc) (2003)
Gloire de Rosomanes: triploid
Book (Aug 2002) Page(s) 44.
Gloire des Rosomanes
Hybrid China 1825
Book (2001) Page(s) 46.
Gloire des Rosomanes Hybrid China, medium red, 1825. Not rated.
Book (2001) Page(s) 312-313.
Gloire des Rosomanes (Plantier/Vibert, 1825)...[Author cites information from various sources]...'Gloire des Rosomanes' was raised at Lyon about fifteen years ago [ca. 1830-1840] by Monsieur Plantier...It appeared in a section of mixed remontant hybrids...Branches long, of notable vigor, climbing, bark smooth, glaucous green; thorns occasional, of a flesh-shaded yellow, very strong, elongate, hooked, very sharp, pretty regularly distributed two-by-two at the base of the leaves...composed of seven large leaflets, rounded, curled...like those of the Elm...blossoms come in clusters at the ends of the canes; they are borne on long stalks of 1-1.5 inches...the flower is "hollow"...double...composed of two rows of petals...Its fragrance is delicious, and its color a sparkling maroon, at the center of which one sees its numerous sulphur-yellow stamens. Examining the separate petals, one notes that they are whitish at the nub, violet-red beneath, and velvety maroon above. They are cordiform and number about five rows...
Book (Dec 2000) Page(s) 417.
Gloire des Rosomanes Bourbon. Plantier [with Vibert] 1825
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 196. Includes photo(s).
Gloire des Rosomanes ('Ragged Robin') Bourbon. J.-P. Vibert 1825. Description... one of the earliest Bourbon Roses, and lurks unsuspected in many American gardens, where it has been used as an understock... Rosomane is one of those French words that does not quite translate into English -- it means someone crazy about roses...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 210.
China (OGR), medium red, 1825, ('Ragged Robin'; 'Red Robin'); Vibert. Flowers glowing crimson, semi-double, very large blooms in large clusters; fragrant; vigorous growth; repeat bloom. Used under the name 'Ragged Robin' as an understock on which to bud roses.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 92. Includes photo(s).
Book (1993) Page(s) 105. Includes photo(s).
('Gloire des Rosomanes', 'Ragged Robin', 'Red Robin') A China. Vibert (France) 1825. Much used as an understock in California.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 96-97.
Gloire des Rosomanes Translation: "Glory of the Rose-Maniacs" ('Ragged Robin', 'Red Robin') Bourbon. Plantier/Vibert 1825... dark crimson... Intense red with a white nub... Purpling in heat... brilliant intense red... raised in Lyon about fifteen years ago by Mons Plantier [written before 1854]... a sparkling maroon, at the center of which one sees its numerous sulphur-yellow stamens...