"Charleston Graveyard" rose References
Magazine (2013) Page(s) 38. Vol 35, No. 1.
Pat Toolan. Preloved Roses Become Today's Favourites.
There are two magnificent bushes of "Carlesruhe Cemetery Red China" on the graves of Anna Janitz, 12 1/2 who died in 1882 and also Johann Dorwald who died in 1876. These are both bushes of Louis-Philippe (Guerin, 1833) as identified by Phillip Robinson and Gregg Lowery (Vintage Gardens, California) and recently Mike Shoup (Antique Rose Emporium, Texas). Both bushes have remarkable bases which are enormous and show their ripe old age.
Booklet (2009) Page(s) 29.
Triploid...Louis Philippe [Provenance: Antique Rose Emporium]
Book (2007) Page(s) 361.
Louis-Philippe (Guérin, -1833) Ch. Syn 'Crown', 'Duval', 'Louis Philippe d'Angers', 'Philippe I', 'Purple'. Purple red. See also 'Président d'Olbecque'.
Book (2006) Page(s) 86.
Louis-Philippe China. Good, reliable rebloom. Outstanding fragrance. dense mass of light wood often wider than tall. (Provenance: Knopf/Et al) Bushy, angular and tall growing, with flowers crimson outside, rose-red at the center and petal edges, with a rich cherry perfume. This rose is often sent out as CRAMOISI SUPERIEUR.
Book (2000) Page(s) 78. Includes photo(s).
p78. Mike Shoup: 'Cramoisi Superieur'. This plant and the rose 'Louis Philippe' have often been mistaken for each other. 'Cramoisi Superieur' flowers are cupped, rich crimson color with a silvery reverse different from 'Louis Philippe' in the absence of the white streaking near the base of the flower. (Both plants at certain times of the year can produce mimicking flowers).....
p79 'Louis Philippe'....Round cup-shaped flowers of 'Louis Philippe' are rose crimson with streaks of white adorning healthy-foliaged shrubs.
Book (Apr 1999) Page(s) 52.
Louis-Philippe China, Guérin, 1834.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 325.
China (OGR), red blend, 1834, ('Louis Philippe d'Angers'); Guérin. Flowers dark crimson with edges of center petals blush, aging crimson, double, globular, medium; bushy.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 32.
Louis-Philippe ('Président d'Olbecque' [?], 'Crown', 'Purple') China. Guérin, 1834. [Author cites information from different sources. The American Rose Annual says, "Has done so well in Florida that it is called the 'Florida Rose'."]
Book (1936) Page(s) 184.
Crown (tea) ? ? ; vivid pink = Louis Philippe
Book (1936) Page(s) 428.
Louis Philippe (china) Guérin 1834; dark crimson-purple to dark scarlet, velvety petal tips, medium size, double, globular to cupped, fragrance 0/10, floriferous, continuous bloom, long stems, sharp prickles, glossy blue-green foliage, young foliage reddish, growth 6/10, bushy, short. = Antheros; Buret; Crown; Prince Eugène; Pr. d'Olbecque; Purple; Superbe du Beng.; Triomphant. Sangerhausen.