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'Pompon Quatre-Saisons' rose References
Book  (3 Jan 2001)  Page(s) 76.  
Pompon Quatre-Saisons (Damask) The Damasks and the Quatre-Saisons have only a few sports, of which the pompon of the Quatre-Saisons is the most notable... [writing in 1826, Jean-Pierre Vibert said that he had] not been able to make it last more than three years...
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 591.  
Quatre Saisons, pompon des (centifolia) Vibert before 1835; light pink, very small, double, fragrance 6/10.
Book  (1899)  Page(s) 145.  
Pompon quatre saisons, Portland, dans le Catalogue de Vibert de 1822
Website/Catalog  (1848)  Page(s) 79.  
Perpetuals or hardy remontants...Pompon des 4 saisons
Book  (1844)  Page(s) 300.  
Quatre Saisons Pompon, très-petite, pleine, rose.

Quatre Saisons Pompon very small, full, rose-colored.
Book  (1842)  Page(s) 267. 4 saisons, everblooming Pompon-Rose; v., double
Book  (1838)  Page(s) 176.  
Portland. Hybrids. Pompon of the Four Seasons. Shrub, small, delicate, susceptible to frost. Leaves, small, and near together. Flowers, very small, double, fragrant, of a pale pink colour, springing from the leaf-buds at the second flowering.
Book  (1837)  Page(s) section III, p.15.  
Damascena portlandica bifera. Pompon, alias Ivins, magnificnet, sweet fragrance. Light pink, only 1 in., almost full, flat.
Book  (1837)  Page(s) 58.  
Perpetual. Pompon Four Seasons is a very old rose, as its name may be found in many old catalogues; still it is rare, and quite a gem, as it blooms well in autumn, and forms a pretty little bush.
Book  (1836)  Page(s) 185.  
Portland. Hybrides. Pompon des quatre saisons. Quatre saisons pompon. Vibert. Arbrisseau petit, délicat, craignant les grandes gelées; feuilles peties et très rapprochées; fleurs très petites, doubles, odorantes, d'un rose clair, naissant dans l'aisselle des feuilles à la seconde floraison.
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