'Jean Bach-Sisley' rose References
Website/Catalog (13 Jul 2012)
Re-introduced Heritage Roses. 'Jean Bach Sisley' (Hy. China; Dubreuil – 1889). This hybrid china rose has medium-sized double blooms in a silvery rose, with darker veining on the outer petals. Continuous-flowering, it is typical of the chinas with vigorous, open growth and rather sparse foliage. 1.4m. x 1.5m.
Thanks to Peter Beales for supplying us the initial budwood.
Booklet (2009) Page(s) 28.
Diploid....Jean Bach Sisley, heterozygous loci 83% [Provenance: Antique Rose Emporium]
Booklet (2009) Page(s) 51.
In the China Rose group, known or suspected Hybrid Chinas become more apparent withboth the nuclear and chloroplast data plotted together. Th nuclear SSR data by itself revealed those China cultivars that had SSR profiles more closely matching the Teas...
'Jean Bach Sisley', 'Ducher', and 'Miss Lowe's Variety'...are three China/Hybrid China Roses that grouped in the Tea Type group based on SSR profiles, and they also share a haplotype with the R. odorata var. gigantea accession from China...rather than the haplotype of the majority of the China Roses. Of these 'Jean Bach Sisley' was already listed as a Hybrid China in Modern Roses XI... and 'Ducher' is listed as a China, but can be found described in the trade as an older Tea Rose type. In these two cases the data from this study support their hybrid status.
Book (Aug 2002) Page(s) 50.
Jean Bach Sisley
Hybrid China 1889
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 267.
Jean Bach Sisley China, silvery rose, outer petals salmon-rose veined carmine, 1889, Dubreuil...
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 36.
Jean Bach Sisley China. Dubreuil, 1898. The author cites information from different sources... Opening delicate silvery-rose, outer petals salmon-rose lined and veined with carmine... Pale pink and white, blushing deep rose...
Book (1990) Page(s) 70. Includes photo(s).
Jean Bach-Sisley China. Dubreuil 1899... light pink...
Website/Catalog (1909) Page(s) 79.
Jean Bach Sidley C. Flowers of a delicate silvery-rose, outer petals salmon, lined and veined with carmine, good.
Magazine (1 Aug 1908) Page(s) 328.
[reply to X.Y.Z., Cheshire] Hedge of Roses by croquet-lawn. – China Roses would be excellent for your hedge. Plant either all one sort or several. The following are all good: Armosa, Fellenberg, Mme. Laurette Messimy, Jean Bach Sisley, Common Blush, Queen Mab, Comtesse de Cayla, Fabvier, Baronne Piston de St. Cyr. Polyantha Roses also make beautiful hedges; sorts such as Perle d'Or, Katherina Zeimet, Aschenbrodel, Cecile Brunner are good, but the Chinas would be best. Other good Roses for the purpose are: Perpetual Thalia, Gloire des Rosomanes, Alister Stella Gray, and Gruss an Teplitz; but these would grow some 4 feet to 5 feet in height, whereas the Chinas would be about 3 feet.
Magazine (25 Aug 1906) Page(s) 356.
Some Beautiful Monthly Roses.
Jean Bach Sisley approaches more nearly to the old blush variety than any sort I know. Its flowers are large, of a silvery pink, the outer petals heavily tinged with reddish-rose.