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La Rose de France
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 306.  
 
À Dieu mon jardin Gallica. Godefroy. Included in the collection of the Luxembourg Garden around 1852-1860.
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 166-167.  
 
ROSE À FLEURS DE ROSE TRÉMIÈRE DE LA CHINE. Habit: Upright shrub; no prickles, only very fine bristles. not abundant, medium green; rounded leaflets. Bloom: in clusters of 2 or 3; small size, double, cupped; small central eye; petals on the circumference reflexed. Colour: carmine-pink, paling quickly on the edges. Fragrance: moderate.
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 186.  
 
Abailard Vibert, 1845.
Habit: upright shrub; quite numerous prickles, bristles. Foliage: dark; rounded leaflets, thick and waffled. Bloom: 3 to 9 blooms per inflorescence; double, cupped; petals in quarters, reflexing when the bloom expands; small button eye. Colour: crimson, veined and flecked mauve, very bright and unusual with Gallicas. Fragrance: strong.....
A first variety, obtained by Sommesson, at Paris, was named "Abailard" and commercialized by Descemet before 1815. It was pink ("rose"); and is found in the Rosetum gallicum of Desportes in 1828... It was still in the collection of the jardin du Luxembourg towards 1852-1860. Then, in 1845...Vibert took the same name to christen a new gallica he obtained. He describes it as "medium, double, mottled pink". It is this second rose today that we now under the name "Abailard"....
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 186.  
 
A first variety, obtained by Sommesson, at Paris, was named "Abailard" and commercialized by Descemet before 1815. It was pink ("rose"); and is found in the Rosetum gallicum of Desportes in 1828... It was still in the collection of the jardin du Luxembourg towards 1852-1860. Then, in 1845...Vibert took the same name to christen a new gallica he obtained. It is this second rose today that we now under the name "Abailard"....
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 305.  
 
Abeillard Gallica. Sommesson. Included in the collection of the Luxembourg Garden around 1852-1860.
 
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 305.  
 
Abula (Holland) Included in the collection of the Luxembourg Garden around 1852-1860.
 
(Jul 1998)  
 
Dans son exemplaire personnel du Catalogue 1902 de L'Hay, Gravereaux notait (n° 7301) que son spécimen venait de la Tête d'Or et que la fleur était « rose tendre ». Aujourd'hui, « Adèle Courtois » a disparu des collections françaises
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 187.  
 
Adèle Prévost. Before 1836. All references agree in describing this variety as "flesh-coloured" ..which is not the case with the example at L'Haÿ, which blooms clearly crimson.
 
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 187.  
 
Adèle Prévost. Before 1836. All references agree in describing this variety as "flesh-coloured" ..which is not the case with the example at L'Haÿ, which blooms clearly crimson.
 
(Jul 1998)  Page(s) 305.  
 
Adelina Gallica. Miellez. Included in the collection of the Luxembourg Garden around 1852-1860.
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