'Dupontii' rose References
Book (1993) Page(s) 61. Includes photo(s).
[Listed under "Wild Roses and Their Cultivars"] Description. Known in France since the early 19th century. Unknown origin, but probably Rosa arvensis or R. moschata crossed with R. gallica. Once flowering. Height: 8 ft. Well scented.
Book (1988) Page(s) 149.
location 126/2, 145/1, 225; R. x dupontii Déségl. (R. freundiana Graebn.), SYNSTYLAE, France, before 1817, tender pink to white, single, good fragrance, large, cluster-flowered, vigorous, bushy, upright, climbing, broad, branched, medium green medium size matte foliage, 5 leaflets, blood-red medium-large oval strongly glandular fruit, styles connate, reflexed foliaceous elongated persistent sepals, ripe late, fall off singly
Book (1988) Page(s) 57. Includes photo(s).
Book (1987) Page(s) 140.
The 'Snow Bush', R. dupontii... Dupont, Director of the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris during the Napoleonic Wars... a climber... a cross between the rampant 'Musk Rose' and the low-growing R. gallica. From its French parent, it inherits its coarse, rough leaves -- which are wider than those of R. moschata and its bristly and prickly stems. Its climbing habit and the large,single, white flowers, faintly edged with pink, come from the other side of the family ... colourful autumn hips... suckers freely on its own roots... summer-flowering.
Website/Catalog (1985) Page(s) 39.
Rosa x duponti. A tall pale green bush or short climber....
Website/Catalog (1982) Page(s) 32.
Rosa Duponti. A lax, pale green bush or short climber with early, single, off-white to pink flowers. Confused origin. Possibly as early as 1596 but certainly very old. Good heps. Scented. Beautiful coronet of stamens. F. W. Shade tolerant. (S) 8 x 6’.
Book (1937) Page(s) 69.
Dupontii Déségl. (moschata x gallica) [ploidy] 28 and 28 ([thereof univalents:] 4)
Book (1920) Page(s) 321.
Moschata Nivea (Species) Hermann.- White, tinted pink.- Vigorous pillar.- Pillar, bush.- Single flowered.- Summer.- (Prune none.)
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 41.
In our Nurseries there are no more attractive objects than the Irish single varieties, and they are so marvellously free flowering that it is impossible to say too much in their praise. During the entire growing season they are virtually always in bloom, and their lasting properties are most surprising.
Moschata Alba... Mill, vigorous. White, slightly tinged with pink; superb.
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 8.
Rosa moschata....Moschata alba hybrida (Synonym: R. Freundiana), large, single, strong, hardy bushes