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'Agamède' rose Description

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Bred by Jean-Pierre Vibert (France, circa 1836).
Gallica / Provins.  
Deep pink, white mottling.  Medium, full (26-40 petals), expanded , reflexed bloom form.  
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from Nomenclature de tous les noms.., 1906, p.6:
375. Agmète [sic], Provins, rose pointillé

from Singer's Dictionnaire des Roses, Vol.1, p.74:
Provins. Agmède [sic].
Fleur moyenne, pleine; coloris rose finement pointillé.
Translation: Gallica. Agmède [sic].
The medium-sized, full flower is pink, finely spotted.

from Nietner's Die Rose, 1880, p.5 of appendix:
98. gallica. Agmède [sic], Blume rosa, fein punktirt, mittelgross, gefüllt.
Translation: gallica, Agmède [sic], the medium-sized, full flower is pink, finely spotted.

from Otto's Der Rosenzüchter, 1858, p.200:
Rosa gallica, L. (Rose de Provins), die französische Rose.
Agmède [sic], Blumen mittelgroß, gefüllt, rosa, fein punktirt.
Translation: Rosa gallica. The French Rose.
Agmède [sic], the flowers are of average size, full, pink, finely spotted.

from Prince's nursery catalogue, 1857, p.14:
Variegated French and Provence Roses.
50 Cents Each.
436. Agamede... Deep rose, spotted white.

from Parson's The Rose, 1849, p.20 of appendix:
List of Roses that bloom only once in the season.
Garden Roses.
1086. Agamede... Class:French., Form: expanded, Color and Character: Deep rose, finely spotted.

from Paul's The Rose Garden, 1848, p.42:
Rosa Gallica. The French Rose.
14. Agamède; flowers rose, sprinkled with small white spots, of medium size, full; form, reflexed.

from Prince's nursery catalogue, 1846, p.36:
French Roses. Rosa Gallica variegata.
2d Division. Flowers striped, variegated, mottled, or marbled.

All the flowers of this Class are of cupped form unless otherwise denoted. They form a most beautiful and peculiar family, and but one Rose Garden in Europe contains this admirable collection.
1266. Agamede,... Deep rose, spotted white, reflexed,... $0.50

from Heynhold's Nomenclator botanicus hortensis, 1846, p.604:
Rosa centifolia L.
e) pomponia striato-punctata (Rosiers provins à fleurs striées, marbrées, ponctuées et panachées).

from Hovey & Co.'s Catalogue of Roses, 1845, p.5:
French Roses, (Rosa Gallica,) in Two Sections,
Sect. II. Flowers Marbled, Spotted, Striped and Variegated.
131. Agamede,... expanded, deep rose, finely spotted... $0.50

From Mrs. Gore's The Rose Fancier's Manual, p.414:
Vibert, (of Longjumeau).
Vibert, well known to rose-fanciers by his valuable "Essai sur les Roses," produces every season important varieties. The most beautiful which belong to the year 1836, are:
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