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The Old Rose Informant
(3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 46.  
 
Belle Aurore Vibert's 'Ex Albo Rosea'
 
(3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 49.  
 
[Jean-Pierre Vibert wrote in 1824] many of our [rose] names are somewhat redolent of the Thousand and One Nights. We have the 'Berceau d'Amour', the 'Temple d'Apollon', the 'Ceinture de Vénus', etc. Ancient Rome has indeed added something to our nomenclature, and we would have been menaced by the 'Sénat Romain' but for the good fortune of having discovered that this rose was the same as the 'Duc de Guiche'.
 
(3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 71.  
 
[Jean-Pierre Vibert wrote in 1826:] I have seen Bipenné degenerate into 'À Feuilles Rondes', and this latter produce canes of the common Centifolia the same year... Bipennée -- a too-indulgent regimen will return to being the common Centifolia
(2000)  Page(s) 571.  
 
....there was another race of "Hybrid Teas" - so-called - in the 1820s and 1830s. These were once-bloomers, crosses between early Teas and the various old Eoropean roses (Gallicas, Centifolias, Damasks, etc.), existing parallel and adjacent to their very close relatives the Hybrid Chinas, and at length subsumed in them. As example of this sort of Hybrid Tea would be 'Brown's Superb Blush' (C. Brown, pre-1829).
(3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 49.  
 
[Jean-Pierre Vibert wrote in 1824] many of our [rose] names are somewhat redolent of the Thousand and One Nights. We have the 'Berceau d'Amour', the 'Temple d'Apollon', the 'Ceinture de Vénus', etc. Ancient Rome has indeed added something to our nomenclature, and we would have been menaced by the 'Sénat Romain' but for the good fortune of having discovered that this rose was the same as the 'Duc de Guiche'.
(2000)  Page(s) 34.  
 
Céleste Blanche Dupont pre-1824
(2000)  Page(s) 540.  
 
Cerise Éclatante (Jantet / Vibert, 1816) syn Cerise Élégante. Turning again to our stalwarts, Noisette: "Flowers large, semi-double, bright red; Desportes: "Scarlet"; and Prevost fils sits this one out.
(3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 60.  
 
[According to Jean-Pierre Vibert, Boitard named two of Vibert's seedlings] 'Charlotte de Lacharme' and 'Aglaé Adanson'
(3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 43.  
 
Clémentine Gallica... spotted coloration
(3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 71.  
 
[Jean-Pierre Vibert wrote in 1826 that he believed] Chamois [is the same] as 'Fasiculée' (Centifolia)
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