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'Madame Lambard' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 103-233
most recent 23 JUL HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 23 JUL by scvirginia
From The Gardeners' Chronicle, October 6, 1888, p.379:
A Plea for Tea and Noisette Roses.
In making a selection of Roses in these days, I would first of all bear in mind that the beginner (and I am not writing for experienced growers) requires Roses that will grow. There are so many vigorous growers now-a-days, of all shades of colour, that a good selection of them will give a grower all that he can desire, even when eliminating some, which, although vigorous, are, from some cause or other, not effective...
Let me advise then the following: Madame Lambard, one of the most protean Roses I know- you can never tell what colour it will be, sometimes bright rose, sometimes yellow, and at other times of all shades of the two combined: generally it comes darkest in autumn.
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Discussion id : 103-139
most recent 22 JUL HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 22 JUL by Patricia Routley
1924 Hazlewood Bros.
p41. General List. (127) Mme. Lambard (Tea. Lacharme 1877) 1. Salmin pink shaded rose. A very vigorous grower, but not as popular as it was twenty years ago. The colour is better in a cold climate. Dos not last when cut. H.Mt.
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Discussion id : 103-084
most recent 21 JUL HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 21 JUL by scvirginia
From Mackay's The Australian Agriculturalist, 1897, p.275:
Specialities in Roses.—The number of kinds catalogued is unlimited. The great desideratum is, of course, to secure those which are of vigorous growth, good, healthy, and pleasing foliage, good-shaped flowers, and free-blooming disposition. Those qualities are found largely among the tea-scented and Noisette kinds, the following amongst them:
Madame Lambard, salmon pink
...These and many others are reliable for garden decoration and for cut flowers.
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Discussion id : 92-782
most recent 17 MAY 16 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 17 MAY 16 by frenchrose
The size quoted for this rose is inaccurate. In zone 7a, it is difficult to keep this rose at five and a half feet. It prefers to be in the six to seven foot range.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 17 MAY 16 by Patricia Routley
I thoroughly agree. We'll make it 7' x 7'
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