'Princesse Louise' rose References
Book (2003) Page(s) 51.
'Princesse Louise' (Jacques, c. 1828).
[From "Antoine Jacques - Head Gardener to Louis Philippe", by Barbara Tchertoff, Part II]
‘Princesse Louise’ (Jacques, 1829) Professor Jay’s genetic analyses prove that this rambler is a sempervirens hybrid which shows traces of R. moschata and ‘Old Blush’. According to Jacques’ own description, this rose has medium-sized flowers, full, cupped, and white (it can grow to a height of 5-8m x 3m, and is of exceptional vigour). Summer flowering.
Magazine (1998) Page(s) 75. Vol 92, part 3. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 473.
Hybrid Sempervirens (OGR), white, 1829, Jacques. Flowers creamy white, back petals shaded with rose, double, cupped, large.
Book (1990) Page(s) 144.
Princesse Louise Jacques 1828. R. sempervirens hybrid. Flowers: pale pink, very double, large...
Book (1967) Page(s) 173.
We were charmed with another variety we saw in a beautiful English garden, Lyegrove, near Badminton. This was the blush-pink, rosy-budded Princess Louise, called after another daughter of the Duke of Orleans. It had very soft pink Blooms larger than those of Félicité et Perpétue and was draped over a low stone wall surrounding a sunken garden...
Book (1936) Page(s) 106.
The Evergreen Roses. I hope that the few notes as to lost or forgotten varieties may lead to their rediscovery and re-introduction in our gardens. Princess Louisa. Small, double, pale pink to pure white, external ones large, central curled and notched.
Book (1936) Page(s) 429.
Louise, Princesse (sempervirens) Jacques 1828; pale pink, small to medium, broad outer petals, centre indented and ruffled, in clusters of 3-20, many prickles, evergreen foliage, growth 7/10, climbing.
Book (1902) Page(s) 157.
Rosa Sempervirens. No. 6098 Princesse Louise (Jacques 1828), rose clair
Book (1899) Page(s) 150.
Princesse Louise, sempervirens, Jacques, 1828, rose clair