'Paul Dauvesse' rose References
Book (1940) Page(s) 16.
Barbier & Co., Orléans, France. ['Paul Dauvesse']
Book (1938) Page(s) 167.
p167-4 W. Kordes. In yellow climbers I find more and more that 'Paul Dauvesse' is the best. It is free and has plenty of lustrous shiny leaves, is a good grower, and in hardiness stands up to 'Dorothy Perkins'. The saffron-yellow blooms come as many as 10 in a truss and are much on the style of 'Glenn Dale'. It certainly is floriferous.
Book (1936) Page(s) 194.
Dauvesse, Paul (multiflora) Barbier 1933; glossy canary-yellow, large, double, in clusters of 4-8, long golden-yellow buds, growth 7/10, climbing.
Website/Catalog (1935) Page(s) 9.
Nouveautés 1933....Paul Dauvesse (H. de Wichur) (Barbier et Cie).- Fleur jaune serin vif, grande, double, à longs pétales. Bouton jaune d'or de très belle forme allongée, très sarmenteux.