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'Alliance Franco-Russe' rose References
Book  (2006)  Page(s) 82.  
Alliance Franco-Russe . Tea. Rapid rebloom. Outstanding fragrance. Tall basal canes...Goinard, 1893. (ex l'Haÿ) Bright, clear yellow, packed with petals that point outward as the flowers open. The new growth and stems are maroon-purple. Striking.
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 61.  
Alliance Franco-Russe Tea. Goinard, 1899. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 14.  
Alliance Franco-Russe (tea) Goinard 1899; glossy yellow, center shaded salmon, very large, very double, opens, floriferous, continuous bloom, long and firm stems, growth 7/10, upright, 60 cm.
Website/Catalog  (1933)  Page(s) 57.  
Rose a odore di thè ed hybride di thè. 718 Alleanza franco-russa, fiore giallo splendente sfumato salmone, bt. all. su forte stelo, var. di primo ordine.
Article (magazine)  (1931)  Page(s) 105.  
Alliance Franco Russe:- One of the clearest yellow Roses I know, a good grower, the flower balls in wet weather; purely exhibition.
Book  (1912)  Page(s) 67.  
Race des Thé non sarmenteux. Groupe C.- Thé divers et non encore classés.
+ Alliance Franco-Russe, Goinard 1900. Jaune éclatant passant au saumoné.- fl. grande, pleine, en coupe; très florifère, très vigoureux. Pour copuer les fleurs.
Le signe + représente...le choix de 200 belle variétés.
Book  (1910)  Page(s) 310.  
Alliance Franco-Russe Tea: flowers bright yellow, shaded with salmon in centre; handsome buds. A good and striking new Rose.
Magazine  (1907)  Page(s) 218.  
Website/Catalog  (1907)  Page(s) 23.  
Alliance Franco-Russe (Goinard 1900) bright yellow, tall
Magazine  (1905)  Page(s) 193.  
I HAVE been much surprised that exhibitors who make Tea Roses their special study have not brought this variety into greater prominence. As far as I know it has never been exhibited in a competitive stand, and yet its merits are of no mean order. These are in form, substance, and colour almost perfect. At times the flowers resemble a pale Perle des Jardins, but there is a salmon shade pervading most of them. A deep petal, coming up to a point, is one of its characteristics, and I feel sure it would be a valuable kind for the exhibitor. It would be a splendid idea if the Royal Horticultural Society could see their way to plant such sorts as this at Wisley in order to bring them more under the notice of growers. P. April 1 1905.
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