'Princesse Adélaide' rose References
Magazine (1881) Page(s) 353.
From the article "Landrosen" by Rudolf Geschwind]
...pillar roses....Moss roses: Princess Adelaïde...
Book (1880) Page(s) Annex, p. 110.
hybrid China.centifolia muscosa. Princesse Adélaide, glossy soft pink, large, full, compact, blooms in large clusters, extraordinarily profuse growth, can be used very well as a climber.
Website/Catalog (1878) Page(s) 261.
Princess Adelaide Bourbon.
Website/Catalog (1861) Page(s) 60.
4. Princesse Adelaide, soft pale pink, large and full.
Magazine (1847) Page(s) 96.
Roses in a collection visited...Moss...Princesse Adélaide
Book (1847) Page(s) 270.
Princesse Adélaide is a remarkably vigorous-growing variety, with large and handsome foliage, and would make a good pillar rose. Its regularly-formed flowers, of a bright pink or rose, are produced in clusters and open well. This is one of the most desirable of this class, and owes its origin to Laffay.
Magazine (1846) Page(s) 48.
Prix courant No. 25
Rosiers hybrides de l'île Bourbon, mousseux.
Princess Adelaide (Laffay), fleur parfaite, rose tendre satiné....6 Francs