'Condesa da Foz' rose References
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.
Book (1936) Page(s) 276.
de Foz, Condessa (noisette) Da Costa 1885; Sv. d'un Ami X ? ; deep yellow, sometimes coppery, medium size, double, growth 8/10, climbing. = Rêve d'Or.
Book (1936) Page(s) 606.
Rêve d'Or (noisette) Ducher 1869; Mme. Schulz X ? ; deep yellow, occasionally shaded copper, edges lighter, medium size, double, globular, fine form, expanded, hollow, fragrance 5/10, floriferous, repeats well, arching stems, thin branches, growth 8/10, climbing, 3 m., grows fast. Sangerhausen
Website/Catalog (1933) Page(s) 92.
Rêve d'or (Noisette-Rose). Light golden-yellow (4 ca), climbing...Low garden plants 1 piece RM [Reichsmark] -.60
[no longer listed in the 1937 catalogue]
Book (1930) Page(s) 28.
The Old Roses
So much do we think of the Good Old Roses, growing more popular each year in spite of their antiquity, that we list them here by themselves. Many of these are no longer in commerce but, recognizing their merits as well as their rich associations, we grow more of them each year. We love and respect them.
Reve d'Or Climbing Noisette (1869) Another old "Rose of Monterey." Continuous bloomer with rich yellow, fragrant flowers and abundant foliage that resists disease. One of those beautiful climbers to be taken advantage of where your climate favors it. ... $1.25
Website/Catalog (1925) Page(s) 84.
Noisette Roses...Rêve d'or. Dark yellow with coppery yellow, climbing...Low-grafted garden plants 1 piece G.-M. [Gold-Mark] 1.-
Website/Catalog (1925) Page(s) 9.
Reve d'Or, deep yellow, fragrant, climber
Website/Catalog (1924) Page(s) 42.
Rosiers Grimpants remontants à grandes fleurs.... Rêve d'Or.- Fl. jaune foncé cuivré, très sarmenteuse.
Magazine (Jul 1922) Page(s) 342.
Rêve d'Or (Ducher 1869), même observation [splendide rose surtout en serre froide]
Website/Catalog (1922) Page(s) 38.
Reve d'Or (Noisette) (Ducher), - Coppery yellow, semi-double blooms in great profusion. Called "Climbing Safrano" in America.