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'Lyon Rose' References
Magazine  (Apr 1918)  Page(s) 23.  
 
Lyonrose produced last year [1916] quite pale pink blooms, but this [1917, very sunny] summer the colour of the blooms changed to their advantage and showed the beautiful madder-red colouring depicted in the drawings....Rudolf Schmotz, Aussig a. Elbe.
Book  (Apr 1915)  Page(s) 58.  
 
Lyon Rose Pernetiana. Pernet-Ducher, 1907. Description and cultivation... Often catalogued Hybrid Tea, sometimes as Pernetiana. Shrimp pink at ends of petals; center coral red or salmon, shaded with chrome yellow -- varies. Holds color better on old stock but Japanese Multiflora more vigorous. Stems usually weak for weight of rose...
Book  (Apr 1915)  Page(s) 158.  Includes photo(s).
 
After the Index Lyon
Website/Catalog  (1914)  Page(s) 21.  
 
Hybrid Tea Roses.
Lyon Rose, J. Pernet-Ducher, 1907, vigorous. Shrimp pink at ends of petals, centre salmon shaded with chrome yellow; large, full, pefectly formed; very fragrant; variable in colour.
Website/Catalog  (1913)  Page(s) 34.  Includes photo(s).
 
Hybrid Tea Roses.
Lyon Rose
Another of the blended productions of the hybridizer, that leaves one in amazement as to its shadings. The flowers are described formally as pink-red, with shades of coral, salmon and chrome-yellow- certainly a unique collection of hues and shades to be associated with a single petal. The fragrance is regal, and the blooms are profuse and remarkably constant. They are large and full, and perfectly formed. The petals are heavy and gracefully patterned. The plant is vigorous in growth, and hardy in almost any climate, although, where the winters are extremely cold, some protection is mecessary. In some floral catalogues the Lyon Rose is known under the name of "Pernettiana".
Magazine  (8 Jul 1911)  Page(s) 326.  
 
The Parentage of Roses.
The following list of the world's Roses and their parentage has been compiled by Mr. Robert Daniel, 38 Russell Road. Fishponds, Bristol, and by his kind permission we are enabled to publish it...
Lyon Rose... Pernetiana, P. Ducher, 1907, Mme. Melanie Soupert X Soleil d'Or
Magazine  (1911)  Page(s) 15.  
 
Les meilleurs variétés de roses mises au commerce en 1907. .. Rosiers Pernetiana. Lyon-Rose (Pernet-Ducher). — Arbuste tré vigoureux ; fleur très grande, pleine, globuleuse ; coloris rouge-cre-crevette, centre rouge-corail ou rouge-saumoné, nuancé de jaune-chrome ; très odorante. Cette superbe variété, par la richesse de son coloris, est d'une beauté incomparable et forme un des beaux joyaux de la reine des fleurs.
Book  (1911)  Page(s) 91-92.  
 
The Lyons Rose (H.T., 1907) This beautiful Rose is a shrimp pink with orange yellow at the base of the petals, but the colour v aries to nearly all pink. It makes a good exhibition Rose, the flower being generally pointed and well-shaped, but at times the centre is weak. It has a curious habit of making horizontally spreading growths, and an objectionable one of losing its leaves early in autumn. It is badly susceptible to black spot; nevertheless it is a lovely Rose which all should grow, and the plant fairly hardy, but autumn growths are often killed by frost. It should be pruned severely.
Magazine  (Apr 1909)  Page(s) 54.  
 
Les trois plus belles Variétés de Roses de 1908 — D'après le catalogue de MM. Soupert et Notting, rosiéristes à Luxembourg (Grand-Duché), les trois, plus belles roses mises au commerce en l'année 1908 sont les suivantes : ..... Lyon Rose (Pernet-Ducher). — Rouge crevette, centre rouge corail, ombré saumon et jaune chrome, formant un coloris indescriptiblement beau et harmonieux. Grands boutons délicieusement arrondis, rouge corail et jaune chrome à la bas. Fleurs très grandes, globuleuses à pétales larges et élégants, droites et solitaires, parfois deux à trois boutons sur une tige. Floraison franche et continuelle. Semis de Madame Melanie Soupert X semis de Soleil-d'Or. C'est la plus belle nouveauté mise au commerce jusqu'à ce jour dans ce genre de rosier ; elle a obtenu à Lyon, en 1905, le prix d'honneur avec felicitations du Jury. Voir le dessin dans le numéru d'août 1907, du Journal des Roses. Ces appréciations sont toutes personnelles, mais nous les reconnaissons parfaitement justifiées.
Magazine  (11 Jul 1908)  Page(s) 339.  
 
Hybrid Briar Roses.
M. Pernet Ducher has not been slow to utilise his creation of Soleil d'Or in still further successes by crossing some of his splendid Hybrid Teas with seedlings from Soleil d'Or, for we have announced for this year the Lyon Rose, which should prove quite the novelty of the year if the report of those who have seen it is oorreot.
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