'Madame Driout' rose References
Book (Nov 1998) Page(s) 121. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 336.
Mme. Driout Climbing Tea, pink blend, 1902. Thirat, J. Description.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 219.
Mme Driout ('Mme Dréout') Bolut & Thiriat, 1902. Hybrid Tea. Sport of 'Reine Marie Henriette'. [Author cites information from different sources and, in particular, from the Journal des Roses, this item: This novelty was noted by Messers Bolut and Thiriat when on a visit to the gardens at Saint-Dizier at the home of Mons Driout, mayor of that community....]
Website/Catalog (1982) Page(s) 26.
Mme Dreout (Climbing Noisette) Deep red. This rose resembles the shape of ‘Gloire de Dijon’. 1902 (R) 10 x 8’.
Book (1936) Page(s) 218.
Driout, Mme. (tea) Thiriat-Wassy or Bolut 1902; sport of Reine Marie Henriette; tender pink, striped vivid carmine, spotted and stained, large, double, growth 7/10, climbing. Sangerhausen
Book (1934) Page(s) 152.
Evidence which developed during the trials seemed sufficiently strong that the following roses sent out by Jan Bohm of Blatna, Czechoslovakia, as his originations, were old roses re-named. His Chot Pestitele is Marguerite Guillard, General Stefanik is Reine des Violettes, and Dr. Miroslav Tyrs is Souv. de Jeanne Balandreau. There are other varieties sent as his originations which await study, particularly some which resemble the old striped Mme. Driout and Baron Girod de l'Ain, which may have been sent under the wrong names.
Magazine (Jul 1926) Page(s) 71.
Madame Driout, superbe coloris rose pâle strié de rouge vif (panachure nette), plante 1 rès vigoureuse, accident fixe de Reine Marie Henriette (thé).
Website/Catalog (1924) Page(s) 42.
Madame Driout.- Fl. panachée.
Website/Catalog (1922) Page(s) 37.
Climbing Roses. (29) Madame Driout (T.) (Thiriat) 5. A striped sport of ‘Reine Marie Henriette’.
Website/Catalog (1917) Page(s) 74.
Climbing Tea and Noisette Roses
These are the Roses which make such a glorious display in the warmer sections of the country, covering porches, pergolas and trellises with their handsome foliage and gorgeous flowers. Those marked H. will be found hardy even in the coldest climate if given protection during the winter, while those marked M. H. are moderately hardy and especially valuable for open-ground culture south of Philadelphia and in California.
Striped Reine Marie Henriette. — Striped and flamed in bright carmine and pale rose.