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Jean Ducher rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
Portrait of 'Jean Ducher' from The Garden Vol 16, September 1879, p220 ROSE JEAN DUCHER Drawn by the late Mr. NOEL HUMPHREYS. Jean Ducher, the subject of the accompanying plate, may be said to be a representative Tea-scented Rose, both in form and colour. The fortunate raiser of this variety was Madame Ducher, of Lyons, and it was first introduced into England in the autumn of 1874. It is described in "The Rose Garden" as follows: "Growth very vigorous, flowers large, full, and globular ; colour salmon-yellow, shaded with peach ; a very hardy variety, succeeding well out-of- doors, and producing magnificent blooms under glass." As regards colour, the flowers vary considerably, and are often of a fine rich apricot with creamy edges, and this phase of the flower is by no means the least beautiful. No garden now-a-days could be considered well or judiciously planted unless it contained at least a small selection of Tea-scented Roses. Although the finer sorts may not grow and flower in perfection in cold, wet districts, Gloire de Dijon, Safrano, Sombreuil, Madame Berard, and perhaps half-a-dozen others as hardy but less beautiful, maybe planted in company with and treated similarly to the Hybrid Perpetuals and other hardy Roses. The majority of Tea Roses should, however, have the protection of a wall with a south, east, or west aspect, and we fancy they not only look better but thrive better planted 1 ft. from the wall and trained into the form of dwarf bushes than when nailed to the wall. Tea-scented Roses revel in warmth and moisture when properly applied, and their beauty and fragrance are so bewitching that they are quite worth planting out under glass. If, too, they can have a house to themselves so much the better, as then the kind of treatment necessary to their highest development can be followed out without fear of injury to other plants. This, however, is not always convenient and there are many kinds which do not absolutely require it. Generally speaking, the free-growing varieties may be introduced into the stove, greenhouse, or conservatory, where they grow and flower well whether planted out or kept in pots. A. W. Paul. Waltham Cross.
Uploaded 12 JUN 14
Jean Ducher rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of David Elliott
June 21 2011, Pac de la Tête d'Or, Lyon France@ David J Elliott
Uploaded 29 JUN 11
Jean Ducher rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Gardening Illustrated, February 4, 1893, p. 695
Uploaded 25 MAR 12
Jean Ducher rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of David Elliott
June 17 2011, Parc de la Tête d'Or, Lyon France@ David J Elliott
Uploaded 29 JUN 11
Jean Ducher rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Tomartyr
Trevor Griffiths Rose Garden, Timaru, New Zealand. Photographed by Keith W Harris on 16 November 2011.
Uploaded 18 NOV 11
Jean Ducher rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of David Elliott
June 17 2011, Parc de la Tête d'Or, Lyon France@ David J Elliott
Uploaded 29 JUN 11
Jean Ducher rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Tomartyr
Trevor Griffiths Rose Garden, Timaru, New Zealand. Photographed by Keith W Harris on 16 November 2011.
Uploaded 18 NOV 11
Jean Ducher rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of David Elliott
June 17 2011, Parc de la Tête d'Or, Lyon France@ David J Elliott
Uploaded 29 JUN 11
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