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'Paul Neyron' rose References
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 120.  
Hybrid Perpetuals.  Group A, ‘La Reine’ Type.  
....The 1901 Congress of Rosarians at Paris discerned a ‘Louise Peyronny’ sub-group which includes those varieties lacking any tint of lilac, which was found endemic, from delicate lilac to deep lilac pink, to the true  ‘La Reine’ group.  Some of the varieties thus split off to form the ‘Louise Peyronny’ non-lilac subgroup are: ‘Louise Peyronny’, ‘Anna de Diesbach’, ‘Mme. Eugene Verdier’, ‘Mme. Montel’, ‘Mrs. John Laing’, ‘Paul Neyron’. 
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 74.  Includes photo(s).
Website/Catalog  (1985)  Page(s) 35.  

Paul Neyron.....4 x 3’.

Website/Catalog  (1982)  Page(s) 29.  
Paul Neyron (Hybrid Perpetual) And outstanding rose in size and shape, with some fragrance. The colour is rich warm pink. 1869. (R) 5 x 3’
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 511.  
Neyron, Paul (HP) Levet 1869; V. Verdier X A. de Diesbach; glossy pink, shaded darker, very large (12-14 cm), very double, globular, passing to flat cup form, broad outer petals, center petals pleated, lasting, solitary or up to 4, fragrance 5/10, mediocre, floriferous, repeats well, long strong stems, light green foliage, growth 8/10, upright, robust. Sangerhausen
Website/Catalog  (1936)  Page(s) 5.  
Paul Néron Hybride Remontant. rose foncé. [Hybrid Perpetual. Dark pink.]
Book  (1935)  Page(s) 177, 180.  
Page 177: Antoine Levet, of Lyons, France, gave the world 'Paul Neyron' in 1869, and the more choice but less-prevailing 'François Michelon' in 1871.
Page 180: Paul Neyron Hybrid Perpetual. 1869 'Anna de Diesbach' and 'Victor Verdier' ...almost without prickles... deep rose-pink with a dash of lilac, much like 'La Reine' but, point to point, bigger and more handsomely furnished... 'Paul Neyron' chooses to live long in old gardens and is likely to be met with almost anywhere. When you see the biggest rose you ever saw in an old garden, most likely it is 'Paul Neyron'.
Website/Catalog  (1934)  Page(s) 116.  
Paul Neyron (HR) (Levet, 1869) Vigoroso, fogliame largo, poche spine; fiore enorme, forse la più grande di tutte le rose, di color rosa acceso, assai profumato.
Website/Catalog  (1933)  Page(s) 90.  
Paul Neyron (Hybrid Perpetual). Light amaranth-purple-pink (9,5 ea). Belongs to the largest roses...Low garden plants 1 piece RM [Reichsmark] -.45
Book  (1931)  Page(s) Vol. II, p. 685.  
A certain amount of French otto is also distilled from garden roses. 'Ulrich Brunner,' distilled with other garden blooms, give a fair quality oil or concrete, known as 'Roses de France.' Other varieties which frequently enter into the composition of 'Roses de France' concretes are 'Gruss an Teplitz,' 'Frau Karl Druschky,' Narbonnand, Van Houtte, Safrano, Paul Neyron, Madame Gabriel Luizet, Madame Caroline Testout, Baronne de Rothschild, Mrs. John Laing, Madame Maurice de Luze, François Juranville, Gerbe Rose and Gloire d'un Enfant d'Hiram.
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