'François Juranville' rose References
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 251.
François Juranville Rambler. Barbier (France) 1906. R. wichuraiana x 'Mme. Laurette Messimy'... Jack Harkness praised this rose as the most beautiful of all the wichuraiana hybrids... salmon-pink... a deeper pink in the center with a yellow base... shiny dark leaves... often used as a ground cover
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 239.
François Juranville Large-flowered Rambler. Barbier, France, 1906. Rosa wichuraiana x 'Mme Laurette Messimy'... a salmon-pink China Rose... opening rich coral rose fading to light rose, base of petals yellow... Inclined to be "leggy" at the base. Not suitable for walls, where it sometimes gets mildew
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 48.
François Juranville Wichuraiana rambler.. an appealingly subtle rosy salmon, full flat and quartered; the depth of colour seems to vary depending on the conditions in which it is grown...
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 181. Includes photo(s).
François Juranville Rambler. Barbier et Cie 1906. Description... coral-pink flowers that are touched with yellow at their hearts. Parentage: R. wichuraiana (or R. luciae) x 'Madame Laurette Messimy'
Book (Jun 1993) Page(s) 60-61. Includes photo(s).
Francois Juranville Barbier 1906. Description... one of the many Wichuraiana hybrids from Barbier... double flowers in shades of coral pink to rose that fade with age. There is also some yellow at the base of the petals...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 190.
François Juranville Rambler, bright salmon-pink, base yellow, 1906, R. wichuraiana x 'Mme. Laurette Messimy; Barbier. Description.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 140-141. Includes photo(s).
Francois Juranville Wichuraiana rambler. Parentage: R. wichuraiana x 'Mme. Laurette Messimy'. France 1906. Description and cultivation... Sometimes mistaken for 'Albertine', this rose has beautiful flowers in clusters which are a tangle of clear, silky pink petals... [Moody says summer only]
Book (1993) Page(s) 145. Includes photo(s).
A large-flowered Rambler with lovely, mixed-up petals. Barbier (France) 1906. (Rosa luciae x 'Mme. Laurette Messimy')
Book (May 1992) Page(s) 317. Includes photo(s).
François Juranville Barbier (France) 1906. R. wichuraiana x 'Mme Laurette Messimy'... A tangle of petals create an unusual individual bloom... clear pink with deeper shadings... few thorns...
Article (magazine) (1988) Page(s) 66.
...Somewhat out of the frame is François Juranville...'François' descends from, if the parentage information is correct, from a cross of R. wichuraiana with the China rose 'Mme. Laurette Messimy' (Guillot, 1887), whose salmon-pink bloom colour is found again, though modified, in the salmon to coral-pink blooms of 'François'. From this, and from the yellow undertones it is easy to deduce the existence of carotenoids and anthocyanides. Indeed, we have found here a mixture of cyanine and chrysanthemine, with a majority of chrysanthemine. The carotenoid content is relatively small with 10% mg. The share of carotenoids of stages II and III is again high. Roughly 50% consists of betacarotene. Also carotenoids of the following stages can be detected, with approx. 40% epoxydes. 'François Juranville' was commercialized in 1908, i.e. after the emergence of 'Soleil d'Or', and should not be influenced by the latter's characteristics, if the information on the parentage is correct. The carotenoid-analysis shows however, that contrary to the other yellow roses with China influence, it can already form significant amounts of epoxydes.