'Lamarque' rose References
Book (1988) Page(s) 46.
Buist mentions "La Marck"
Book (1988) Page(s) 78. Includes photo(s).
Book (Jun 1978) Page(s) 352.
Lamarque Noisette. Description. Flowers: a beautiful white, the base of the petals light yellow...
Book (1977) Page(s) 27.
There was one tree rose in the San Gabriel Valley, a 'Lamarque' variety, with a trunk 15 inches thick and a crown 20 feet high. It was said to have as many as 180,000 blooms at one time.
Book (1942) Page(s) 59.
The Climbing Noisette roses, which grow to perfection in the light soils of California's coastal region, are all of them old-fashioned, dating back as far as 1830. The white Lamarque is one of the first and best of these, introduced over a century ago; it is a rank grower with good clean foliage and a profuse and continuous bloomer, demanding no attention.
Book (1936) Page(s) 452.
Maréchal (noisette or tea) Maréchal 1830; yellowish white, large, double (like Maréchal Niel). = Lamarque; The Maréchal.
Book (1936) Page(s) 398.
Lamarque ( noisette) Maréchal 1830; white, center straw-yellow to lemon-yellow, large, double, globular to flat, in clusters of 3-6, fragrance 5/10 (tea), continuous bloom, reddish prickles, growth 7/10, climbing, 1 m., Sangerhausen.
Article (misc) (7 Mar 1935) Page(s) 97.
Lamarque one of the roses that did well on the Côte d'Azur and which the author believed would be suitable for California and Florida... white
Book (1933) Page(s) 190.
LAMARQUE. Marechal, 1830. Famous old Noisette, with large, creamy white flowers tinted with lemon. A superb but neglected climber for temperate climates.
Website/Catalog (1922) Page(s) 38.
Climbing Roses. (46) Lamarque (Noisette) (Marechal) 6. White centre tinged yellow. Nearly always in bloom.