'Madame Doré' rose References
Book (2005) Page(s) 204. Includes photo(s).
'Madame Doré' A cultivar of François Fontaine, rosegrower at Chatillon-lès-Bagneaux, from whom came mostly hybrid perpetuals. Commercialized in 1863. Light pink colour, reblooming and fragrant.
Book (2001) Page(s) 331.
Mme. Doré (Fontaine, 1863)
"Vigorous, flower large, full; color, light pink" S = Dictionnaire des Roses by Max Singer, 1885
Book (1936) Page(s) 213.
Doré, Mme. (bourbon) Fontaine 1863; light pink, large, double, growth 7/10
Book (1899) Page(s) 108.
Madame Doré, Bourbon, Fontaine, 1863, rose claire
Book (1894) Page(s) 270.
Mdme. Doré, B., Fontaine (1863), rose purple, medium, moderate.
Book (1885) Page(s) 26.
Bourb[on]. Madame Doré. Fontaine 1863. Arbuste vigoureux; fleur grande, pleine, coloris rose clair.
Translation: Bourbon. Madame Doré. Fontaine 1863. Shrub is vigorous; flowers are large, full and of a light rose color.
Book (1880) Page(s) Annex, p. 77.
bourbon, Madame Doré (Fontaine) light pink, large, double
Magazine (Oct 1864) Page(s) 214.
Roses in 1864.
Among the new Bourbons... Madame de Stella and Madame Dore are probably as good as any, but we cannot speak so certainly respecting them as of those to which we have assigned distinct characters.