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Climbing Roses Old and New
(1965)  Page(s) 80.  
 
The Barbier firm produced 'Albéric Barbier', 'Paul Transon', 'René André', 'Léontine Gervais', 'François Juranville', 'Alexandre Girault', and 'Auguste Gervais', in that order from 1900 to 1908, and the species used was R. luciae, which is sometimes considered a form of R. wichuraiana, or vice versa.
(1965)  Page(s) 80.  
 
The Barbier firm produced 'Albéric Barbier', 'Paul Transon', 'René André', 'Léontine Gervais', 'François Juranville', 'Alexandre Girault', and 'Auguste Gervais', in that order from 1900 to 1908, and the species used was R. luciae, which is sometimes considered a form of R. wichuraiana, or vice versa.
(1965)  Page(s) 159.  
 
Luciae Derivatives ... Rosa luciae Franch. & Roch. is interpreted here in the broad sense as including both R. luciae luciae and R. luciae wichuraiana (Syn. R. wichuraiana Crép.). Precise parentage is indicated only where it is known or can be surmised with reasonable accuracy....
R. l. luciae ...'Alexandre Girault' 1909
(1965)  Page(s) 62.  
 
... Why have I omitted 'Chaplin's Pink Climber' and 'American Pillar' from the following list? Because they are blatant, almost scentless, and would not be included in my own garden, however large, mainly owing to their growth and size of flower.
(1965)  Page(s) 117.  
 
'Apeles Mestres'. Pedro Dor, 1925. 'Frau Karl Druschki' X 'Souvenir de Claudius Pernet'. A beautiful rose, owing its long shapely bud to 'Druschki'; pale clear yellow, sweet-....
(1965)  
 
The Barbier firm produced 'Alberic Barbier', 'Paul transon', René André', 'Léontine Gervais', 'François Juranville', 'Alexandre Girault', and 'Auguste Gervais', in that order from 1900 to 1908, and the species used was R. luciae...
(1965)  Page(s) 80.  
 
The Barbier firm produced 'Albéric Barbier', 'Paul Transon', 'René André', 'Léontine Gervais', 'François Juranville', 'Alexandre Girault', and 'Auguste Gervais', in that order from 1900 to 1908, and the species used was R. luciae, which is sometimes considered a form of R. wichuraiana, or vice versa.
(1965)  Page(s) 159.  
 
Luciae Derivatives ... Rosa luciae Franch. & Roch. is interpreted here in the broad sense as including both R. luciae luciae and R. luciae wichuraiana (Syn. R. wichuraiana Crép.). Precise parentage is indicated only where it is known or can be surmised with reasonable accuracy....
R. l. luciae ...'Betty Blossom' 1900
(1965)  Page(s) 64.  
 
Bleu Magenta. This rose reached me from the Roseraie de l'Haÿ near Paris, but I have been unable to trace the name anywhere. This is unfortunate, since it is that largest in flower and the richest in colour of the purplish ramblers. Fully double the flowers in dense clusters, darkest violet-crimson fading to dark parma-violet and grey, with an occasional white fleck. Practically scentless. Shining dark green leaves on nearly thornless green wood. An effective garden plant. About 15 feet. The last to flower of the purple ramblers.
(1965)  Page(s) 159.  
 
Luciae Derivatives ... Rosa luciae Franch. & Roch. is interpreted here in the broad sense as including both R. luciae luciae and R. luciae wichuraiana (Syn. R. wichuraiana Crép.). Precise parentage is indicated only where it is known or can be surmised with reasonable accuracy....
R. l. luciae ...'Breeze Hill' 1926
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