'Princess Adelaide' rose References
Book (Apr 1999) Page(s) 133.
Princess Adélaïde Moss. Laffay, 1845. The author cites information from different sources... Carmine... flesh... Pale rose... Evidently a hybrid, probably between the Moss and some Hybrid Bourbon Rose... Flowers large, numerous, appearing in clusters of from 3 to 15... one of a new tribe raised between the Bourbons and the Moss... It is probably one of the first of a class of perpetual Mosses which ere long will take a rank among the perpetual bloomers... The first variety of what will hereafter constitute a new class... Mossy Bourbon Roses...
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 486. Includes photo(s).
Princesse Adélaide Description... The large, double flowers are soft pink and often variegated... They are not very mossy. This rose is similar to the Gallicas, in which class it is sometimes placed...
Book (1997) Page(s) 166.
Princesse Adélaide Moss. Laffay (France) 1845. Description and cultivation... flowers: soft pink... Sometimes classed as a Gallica...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 472.
Princesse Adélaide Moss, pale pink, Laffay, 1845. Description.
Website/Catalog (1985) Page(s) 37.
Princesse Adelaide.* (Moss) Not very mossy but never the less a good rose. Foliage sometimes variegated. Flowers soft pink on arching branches. Scented. 1845. P. (S) 4 x 3’.
Book (1983) Page(s) 49.
Moss (1845) Rare, fragrant and pale pink. Upright. The flowers are fully double and weigh down the arching branches and sometimes they are variegated.
Book (1936) Page(s) 2.
Adelaïde, Princesse (moss) Laffay 1845; carmine-pink, medium size, double, cluster-flowered, repeats, growth 9/10, climbing. Sangerhausen
Magazine (29 Jul 1911) Page(s) 362.
The Parentage of Roses.
The following list of the world's Roses and their parentage has been compiled by Mr. Robert Daniel, 38 Russell Road. Fishponds, Bristol, and by his kind permission we are enabled to publish it...
Princesse Adelaide... Moss, Laffay, 1845, A Moss X a Hybrid Bourbon
Book (1910) Page(s) 246.
Princess Adelaide Moss Hybrid. Flowers pale glossy rose, blooming in large clusters, large and full; form compact. Habit erect; growth vigorous. A fine Rose for a sunny wall or pillar. Prune sparingly.
Book (1899) Page(s) 148.
Princesse Adelaïde, centifolia muscosa, Laffay, 1845, carmin