Book (2006) Page(s) 273.
"Flora #2". ["Sangerhausen Flora"] R. Occasional rebloom. Moderate fragrance. Habit 3 [e.g. Dorothy Perkins] Unknown introducer and date. Provenance: SJHRG. "Flora #2" comes from Sangerhausen in Germany, and may be correct; however the two plants are similar in all the details that are recorded in the literature. What sets this apart from the first 'Flora' is the coloring, blush pink marbelled with soft rose on the inside of the cupped flowers, with a white eye. Most appealing is the light fragrance of mangoes.
Website/Catalog (2006) Page(s) 272.
'Flora' ["Raspberry Ripples"]. Rambler. (HSem). No rebloom. Outstanding fragrance. Habit [diagram] 3. Jacques, c 1830. Provenance Heritage Rose Gardens, California. Cl Pendant cups of lilac to raspberry-pink, the color faintly blotched or stippled, in small clusters, nicely scented. We are convinced that this mystery rose introduced by Heritage Rose Gardens is the same as the rose we saw at Sissinghurst Castle, labeled 'Flora
Book (2003) Page(s) 50. Includes photo(s).
'Flore' syn. 'Flora' (Jacques 1829).
Website/Catalog (Jun 1998) Page(s) 63. Includes photo(s).
Magazine (1998) Page(s) 75. Vol 92, part 3.
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 230.
Flora Some authors give this as synonymous with 'William's Evergreen' which was a blush-white rose (1855)... The flowers have a shape reminiscent of Rosa centifolia... lilac-pink with dark old-rose in the centre
Book (1993) Page(s) 84, 85. Includes photo(s).
Page 84: Bred by Antoine A. Jacques, head gardener to the Duc d'Orléans at Château de Neuilly from 1824 to 1832.
Page 85: [PHOTO]
Book (1988) Page(s) 84-85. Includes photo(s).
Flora (Flore)....Growth up to 4 m, trailing. Once-flowering. Some scent, of primroses...
Book (1987) Page(s) 140.
Flora ...[Identical to "My World of Old Roses" Vol. Two]
Book (1986) Page(s) 140. Includes photo(s).
Flora (1855). Sweetly scented, double, lilac-pink flowers, with darker centres. Has one abundant flowering period. Dark-coloured foliage and strong, healthy growth.