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'Laurence de Montmorency' rose References
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 489.  
de Montmorency, Laurence (HP) ? ? ; glossy lilac-pink, large, double, expanded, fragrance 8/10, growth 8/10.
Book  (1899)  Page(s) 95.  
Laurence de Montmorency, HR, rose lilacé
Book  (1880)  Page(s) Annex, p. 69.  
hybrid perpetual, Laurence de Montmorency, beautiful pink-lilac, glossy, large, full, flat cup form, beautiful, fragrant.
Book  (1874)  Page(s) 472.  
Damask Perpetual. Laurence de Montmorency.- A common Rose in the gardens about Calcutta, and certainly one of the most beautiful: plant of dwarf habit; flowers large, double, cup-formed, of delicate blush colour; should be pruned freely: easily propagated by cuttings.
Book  (1858)  Page(s) 169.  
Rosa damascena bifera. Laurence de Montmorency, large, full, pink-lilac, flat cup form; a very beautiful elegant rose.
Book  (1858)  Page(s) 185.  
Hybrid perpetual Laure de Montmorency, medium or large, double, tender pink.
Book  (1857)  Page(s) 22.  
Damask Perpetual. Laurence de Montmorency
Book  (1848)  Page(s) Vol II, p. 112.  
Damask Perpetuals. Laurence de Montmorency; flowers rich rosy lilac, glossy, large and full; form, cupped; fine. A superb Rose, and very sweet. Raised at Montmorency.
Book  (1847)  Page(s) 244.  
Laurence de Montmorency is a new and fine variety. Its flowers are cupped, well formed, large, and very double. Their color is a deep, rosy pink, tinted with lilac.
Book  (1846)  Page(s) 111.  
Damask Perpetual. laurence de Montmorency is of expanded form, violet roseate hue and very superb.
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