The Art of Gardening with Roses
(1991) Page(s) 20, 52. Includes photo(s).
Page 20: The story goes that it was brought to England by emigres, but there is no record in the old French books of a variety of this 'Frankfurt Rose' being named after the Empress.
Page 52: [Photo] There is no record in any old French book of a rose named after Napoleon's first wife. Description... Only slightly scented... full gracious flowers, appearing later than most, reputed to have been brought over to England by the émigrés during the French Revolution.
(1991) Page(s) 219.
Mme Brunner ('Aimée Vibert Jaune') Brunner/Froebel, 1890. Noisette. Sport of 'Aimée Vibert'. [Author cites information from different sources.]
(1991) Page(s) 18.
The White Rose of York, R. 'Alba Semi-plena'... believed to be a hybrid between R. gallica and a white form of R. canina, the Dog Brier...
(1991) Page(s) 61.
Alix Roussel Tea. Gamon, 1908. Yellow with a salmon center; large, full.
(1991) Page(s) 226.
Anna Olivier, Cl. Introducer and date unknown. Tea. Description.
(1991) Page(s) 62.
Annie Cook Tea. J. Cook, 1888. Seedling of 'Bon Silène'. [Author cites information from different sources.]
(1991) Page(s) 18.
Officinalis A large-flowered, semi-double sport of Rosa gallica -- which, legend has it, was brought to Northern Europe by the Crusaders. Sometimes called the 'Rose of Provins', the 'Red Rose of Lancaster'. Its large flowers have the valuable propensity of retaining their fragrance when dried or made into conserves.
(1991) Page(s) 204.
Ards Rover A. Dickson, 1898. Hybrid Perpetual. [An extensive compilation of original sources.] The word 'Rover' means 'Rambler'... the Ards Peninsula, where the introducer resides...
(1991) Page(s) 117.
Cherry Gold (AROtigny) Cluster-flowered. Parentage: 'Gingersnap' x 'Young Quinn'. Armstrong Nurseries 1986. Description... grown in Australia but not at home in the United Stated... yellow and red flowers...
(1991) Page(s) 20. Includes photo(s).