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My World of Old Roses, Vol. 1 (1983)  Page(s) 129.  Includes photo(s).
Cerise Bouqet  (1958)  A vigorous-growing plant to at least 3 metres.  Medium-sized almost double flowers of deep  cerise-pink, which have one annual flowering.  A beautiful and distinctive rose. 

The Book of the Rose (Michael Gibson) (1980)  Page(s) 202. the great rambling, arching Cerise Bouquet - actually more crimson-red than cerise and a Hybrid of  R. multibracteata and the Hybrid Tea 'Crimson Glory' - which would add distinction to any general shrub planting....'Cerise Bouquet' is not recurrent.

Roses of Yesterday and Today (1978)  Page(s) 12.  
Cerise Bouquet  Hybrid multibracteata.  15 feet.  One annual flowering.  Brilliant cerise.  A vigorous climber whose strong basal canes have graceful blossoming shoots fountaining in all directions.  The blossoms are borne all along the canes and bloom over an extended period of time.  An interesting rose to plant where it will not be restricted.  This is the last year we will list 'Cerise Bouquet'.

Roses (1978)  Page(s) 233.  
R. multibracteata...... One of these hybrids is Cerise Bouquet, said to be raised by Wilhelm Kordes from R. multibracteata  x 'Crimson Glory', and introduced in 1958.  It is a tall arching bush, with semi-double flowers of the nature one might expect of its name; and it certainly has the bracts.  I questioned Herr Kordes about this rose, and was told it was not his at all, but one of Herr Tantau's.  Herr Tantau was apparently not at all pleased to learn it had been introduced;  I was politely asked not to grow it.

Roses of Yesterday and Today (1971)  Page(s) 12.  
Cerise Bouquet  Hybrid Multibracteata. (1958)  10-20 feet.  Long summer flowering. .....

The Dictionary of Roses in Colour (2nd ed.) (1985)  Page(s) 110.  
Cerise Bouquet  Modern Shrub. Cerise-crimson, early summer, 9 ft x 6 ft (2.7 x 1.8m) 1958.  Raised by W. Kordes, Germany.  Parentage: R. multibracteata x 'Crimson Glory'.  Vigorous modern shrub rose with graceful arching growth up to 9 ft (2.7m) high and 6 ft (1.8m) across.  Flowers semi-double, of medium size, usually in clusters on long sprays, cerise-crimson, opening flat to show stamens.  Mid-June to mid-July but not usually recurrent.  Foliage delicate, grey-green.  Now established as a very popular shrub rose, distinct in its growth.    Photo No. 146, p26.

Mystery Roses Around the World (2011)  Page(s) 49.  Includes photo(s).
Etienne Bouret.  Rose Sleuth John Hook. 
"Labatut Tea" found on the edge of a  ruin, a 'Mme. Charles' type (true form).

Hazlewood Bros. Pty. Ltd (1938)  Page(s) 46.  
New Roses 1937. Souv. de Denier van der Gon (HT.  Verschuren-Pechtold  1935) F. 3. .....A very floriferous variety, promising well for the cut flower market where a good yellow has been wanted for many years.  Very highly recommended.  E. 

Hazlewood Bros. Pty. Ltd (1938)  Page(s) 46.  
'Signora P. Puricelli' ..... after the style of Mev. G. A. Van Rossem.

Hazlewood Bros. Pty. Ltd (1938)  Page(s) 46.  
New Roses 1937. Signora P. Puricelli (HT.  Aicardi Bros. 1934) F. 2.  .....A beautiful sort after the style of 'Mev. G. A. Van Rossem'.  E. 
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