'Maréchal Niel' rose References
Booklet (2009) Page(s) 29.
Diploid...Marechal Niel, heterozygous loci 74% [Provenance: Chamblee's Rose Nursery]
Book (2006) Page(s) 94.
'Marechal Niel'. Tea-noisette. Good reliable rebloom. Outstanding fragrance. 2 [Habit of growth]. Pradel, 1864. Provenance: Manners. Deep golden-lemon flowers with recurving petals, the flowers holding a goblet shape and nodding effectively from above. Fragrant. Malcolm Manners gave us this virus-free clone of 'Marechal Niel', long one of our favorite roses that had never performed strongly.
Article (magazine) (Jun 2002) Page(s) 47.
Maréchal Niel Noisette 1864... long petalled high centred butter-yellow flowers... The raiser wished to name it for the wife of Maréchal Adolphe Niel, a hero at Sebastopol, as a compliment to him -- but then discovered he was a bachelor!
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 392. Includes photo(s).
Maréchal Niel Noisette. Pradel, France, 1864. Seedling of 'Isabella Gray'... golden yellow blooms that appear in clusters on weak stems... It does well in partial shade... Henri Pradel of Montauban, France, made customers buy 12 other plants before he would give them ['Maréchal Niel'], as it was in such demand... named for a French general, minister of war for Napoleon III.
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 161.
Maréchal Niel Pradel (France) 1864. Said to be a seedling of 'Cloth of Gold' [aka 'Chromatella'] Description... soft buttery yellow... It is in effect a climbing Tea Rose, with Rosa moschata in its parentage, though rather far back...
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 40. Includes photo(s).
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 272. Includes photo(s).
Noisette, Joseph Pradel, Lyon, 1864. Named in honor of Adolphe Niel who earned his Marshal's baton at the Battle of Solferino. No yellow rose quite so fine had been seen before … it made M. Pradel a rich man. Description. Seedling from 'Cloth of Gold'. Repeats. Fragrant.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 354.
Noisette (OGR), medium yellow, 1864, Said to be a 'Chromatella' seedling; Pradel. Bud long, pointed; flowers golden yellow, double, large blooms on weak stems; very fragrant; foliage rich green; very vigorous, climbing growth.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 99. Includes photo(s).
Book (1993) Page(s) 143. Includes photo(s).
A slightly tender Tea-Noisette, very popular in Victorian conservatories. Pradel (France) 1864. A seedling from 'Cloth of Gold'.