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'Madame Charles' rose References
Book  (2006)  Page(s) 87.  
 
MME. CHARLES, tea, good reliable rebloom, outstanding fragrance, habit: taller and more upright, but still rather light-caned and twiggy; Damaizin, 1864 [Heritage Rose Gardens] Soft blush-salmon blooms shaded peachy-yellow in the center, elegant buds and blooms with strong Tea fragrance. I had expressed doubt about the correctness of this rose, but now we are confident that it is the real MME. CHARLES. What we have grown as "COMTESSE RIZA DU PARC" for some years is the same.
Book  (2005)  Page(s) 177.  
 
'Madame Charles' ...it is yellow.
Book  (1994)  Page(s) 47.  
 
Madame Charles (1864)... enormous pyramids of blossoms; the blooms are semi-double in two shades of rose pink, lighter on the upper face of each petal and darker on the reverse.
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 77.  
 
Mme. Charles Tea. Damaizin, 1864. Seedling of 'Mme. Damaizin'. The author cites information from different sources... Flowers sulphur or yellow, their centre salmon... Deep orange-yellow or apricot... An improved strain of 'Safrano'.
Book  (May 1992)  Page(s) 318.  
 
Madame Charles Small One of the parents of 'Mme. Alice Garnier'
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 145.  
 
Charles, Mme. (tea) Damaizin 1864; Mme. Damaizin X ?; nanking-yellow, center salmon-coloured, medium to large, 3/4-full, semi-globular, floriferous, growth 5/10.
Article (magazine)  (1931)  Page(s) 104.  
 
Mdm. Charles:- A most beautiful apricot, the buds are very long; she will grow anywhere and make a bush up to nine feet; lives to a great age and flowers extremely well.
Book  (1922)  Page(s) 411.  
 
[in the listing of roses in commerce] Mme Charles (T.) Flower bright apricot, large, full, globular. Growth vigorous.
Magazine  (Jul 1921)  Page(s) 229.  
 
MADAME CHARLES (Damaizin, 1864), fleur grande, coloris jaune cuivré saumoné.
Magazine  (Jul 1921)  Page(s) 230-231.  
 
Les meilleures variétés de Rosiers Thés pour la plantation des massifs sur la Côte d'Azur
Rapporteur : M. Paul NABONNAND, Golfe-Juan
Anne Leygues, carmin cocciné. Archiduc Joseph, rose saumoné. Baronne Henriette de Loew, blanc. Bertha Klemann, carné. Christine de. Noue, rouge. Comtesse de Bardi, jaune. Comtesse E. de Guigné, rouge cuivré, Comtesse de Leusse, rose brillant. Comtesse de Noghera, rose tendre. Général Schablikine, rouge brillant. Général Galliéni, rouge ponceau, feu. Isabelle Nabonnand, rose tendre carné. Francis Dubreuil, rouge vif. Mme Charles, jaune. Mme Claire Jaubert, tendre carné. Mme Lambard, rose vif. Mme Hoste, jaune tendre. Marie d'Orléans, rose vif. Marie Van Houtte, crème. Papa Gontier, rose vif. Paul Nabonnand, hortensia. Peace, crème saumoné. Princesse Radziwil, rose foncé. Prince Wasilchikoff, cramoisi. Reine Emma des Pays-Bas, jaune cuivré. Safrano, jaune cuivré. Sylphide, carné tendre. Tillier, rouge cuivré.
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