'Madame Alfred Carrière' rose References
Book (1993) Page(s) 84. Includes photo(s).
A Noisette. Schwartz (France) 1879. Repeats. Height: 20 ft.+ Good scent.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 219.
Mme Alfred Carrière Schwartz, 1879. Noisette. [Author cites information from different sources and, according to the Journal des Roses, dedicated to the wife of a great lover of roses from the province of Dauphiné.]
Book (1988) Page(s) 81. Includes photo(s).
bush and bloom
Website/Catalog (1982) Page(s) 25.
Mme. Alfred Carriere (Noisettiana) Climbing. Lovely pinky-white to white clusters of double globular flowers. Vigorous and good on a North wall. 1879. N. Shade tolerant.(R) 12 x 10’.
Article (misc) (1960) Page(s) 109.
Mme. Alfred Carriere Rafely a few hips in favorable years. Triploid.
Book (1958) Page(s) 241.
Mme. Alfred Carrière. N. (J. Schwartz, 1879.) Large, full, globular, very fragrant, pale pinkish white. Vig. cl.; recurrent bloom. (21)
Article (misc) (1954) Page(s) 38.
Madame Alfred Carriere 21 chromosomes.
Book (1953) Page(s) 92.
July 1, 1951
The old Madame Alfred Carrière is likewise in full flower. Smaller than Paul's rose [Paul's Lemon Pillar], and with nop pretentions to a marmoreal shape, Madame Alfred, white, flushed with shell-pink, has the advantage of a sweet, tru-rose scent, and will grow to the eaves of any reasonably proportioned house, even on a west or north wall. I should like to see every Airey house in this country rendered invisible behind this curtain of white and green.
Book (1943) Page(s) 28.
Mrs. Frederick L. Keays. Noisette Roses. ....we call these large-flowered Noisettes, Tea-Noisettes, but 'Mme. Alfred Carriere' was made, they say, from a Hybrid Perpetual cross, instead of a Tea.
Book (1942) Page(s) 59.
The Climbing Noisette roses, which grow to perfection in the light soils of California's coastal region, are all of them old-fashioned, dating back as far as 1830...Mme. Alfred Carrière, with blush-white flowers, Chromatella, Rêve d'Or, William Allen Richardson and Alister Stella Gray or Golden Rambler, all with yellow flowers, are all equally good.