'R. pomponia' rose References
Book (1993) Page(s) 25.
Miniature Gallica, very small dark green pointed leaves and tiny claret-coloured pompon flowers made up of numerous small petals... In existence before 1664.
Book (1993) Page(s) 30, 226. Includes photo(s).
Page 30: [Photo] Burgundy Rose ('Pompon de Bourgogne', Rosa centifolia parvifolia) Centifolia. Description. Known since 1664.
Page 226: 'Centifolia Parvifolia' or 'Pompom de Bourgogne', a dwarf Centifolia, has been grown since 1664.
Book (1988) Page(s) 58, 59. Includes photo(s).
Page 58: [Photo]
Page 59: Rosa centifolia 'Parvifolia' ('Pompon de Bourgogne') A dwarf Centifolia. Description.
Book (1987) Page(s) 55, 171. Includes photo(s).
Page 55: Jekyll lists it under Pompons of the Centifolia Class.
Page 171: [Photo]
Book (1987) Page(s) 61.
R. parviflora It has been linked in some books with R. gallica or the Provins Rose, though now we find it amongst the Centifolias. Illustrated by Redouté. 'Pompon de Burgogne,' 'Pompon de St Francis,' 'Pompon de Rheims'. There are two forms: one growing to 18 inches in height and the other being a little taller.
Website/Catalog (1982) Page(s) 30.
Pompon de Bourgogne (Centifolia) Small pompon flowers of pale pink to white. Prolific when in bloom. Short, compact plant with small leaves. Probably an old variety. (S) 2 x 2’.
Website/Catalog (1982) Page(s) 32.
Rosa centifolia parvifolia (Burgundian Rose) A densely foliated, short-growing species. Pompon flowers of rosy claret. Pre 1664. (S) 4 x 3’.
Website/Catalog (Nov 1959) Page(s) 27.
Parviflora Centifolia. (R. burgundica, 'Pompon de Burgogne' or 'Burgundy Cabbage Rose', 'Pompon de St. François,' 'Pompon de Reims.' First figured by Tabernaemontanus, tiny leaves; and tight double flowers of rosy violet, 1 in. across. 3 ft x 2 ft.
Book (1937) Page(s) 76.
pomponia DC [ploidy] 28
Book (1936) Page(s) 117.
Miniature Roses. Burgundica (Gallica). Small double flowers 1 in., solitary, early, Tyrian pink and deeper tones. Pedicels hairy, hip smooth, styles free. Calyx slightly longer, rarely winged, downy. Leaves five, dark green, narrow, downy below. Growth very compact and upright. Most authors are agreed as to the name of this variety: it is the R. parviflora of Lindley. Figures in Redoute, Willmott and Andrews.