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'Aimée Vibert' rose References
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 203.  
Aimée Vibert ('Repens') Vibert 1828. Noisette. Parentage: 'Champney's Pink Cluster' x R. sempervirens 'Plena'. [Entries from many different sources.] Vibert named this rose for his daughter.
Book  (1992)  Page(s) 11.  
Noisette climber; white; bears clusters of small double blooms; bigger clusters on late shoots; growth rambling, vigorous to 15 x 10 ft. (4.6 x 3 m.), tender; light scent. Shows affinity with R. moschata and R. sempervirens. Vibert 1828 or possibly Curtis 1841 in this form. OGR.
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 46.  
Aimée Vibert ... named for Vibert's daughter
Book  (1984)  Page(s) 161.  
‘Aimée Vibert’/’Bouquet de la Mariée’: Section Chinenses - Rosier de Noisette. Hauteur: palissé 5m, mais en buisson 2 à 3m. Un rosier presque sans épines! ..grandes tiges, brunâtres puis vertes, …frondaison abondante aux belles folioles vert foncé et brillantes, profondément veinées, longuement pointues, et munies de dents fines. ..boutons aux pointes roses …fleurs, pas très grandes, mais très doubles, d’un blanc pur et rehaussées par des étamines dorées. S’épanouissent en bouquet de la mi-juillet à l’automne sur les buissons libres, mais parfois dès le début de juin, si placés contre un mur…
Article (website)  (1982)  Page(s) 8.  
Aimee Vibert (Noisette) Small clusters of pure white, medium sized blooms. One of the earliest Noisettes introduced. A vigorous climber. 1828 (R) 15 x 10
Book  (1943)  Page(s) 25.  
Mrs. Frederick L. Keays. Noisette Roses.
The clusters of 'Aimee Vibert' are quite heavy, on long strong stalks; blooms are two to two and a half inches in diameter; fragrance is of musk. Foliage is darker and more shining than usual in Noisettes. Being a continuous bloomer, 'Aimee Vibert' is delightful any month of the rose season and excellent both in spring and autumn. Being a true Noisette, with no Tea strain, it is hardy.
Book  (1940)  Page(s) 5.  
Aimée Vibert Noisette. (Vibert, 1828)... pure white...
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 135.  
Aimée Vibert Double white, very freely produced in clusters, faintly scented. Pedicels and hip downy when young. Calyx 1/2 in. longer than bud, surface ribbed, downy with a neat row of glands on edges, two broad wings at base. Leaf bluish green, thorny, petiole glanded and downy. Wood. nearly smooth, and few hooked thorns. This excellent Old Rose flowers until the frost. The original was raised by Vibert in 1828 from Sempervirens plena, it is said. A French writer said of this Rose, 'elle a su faire aimer les grands Dames et les grisettes'. There was a climbing form introduced by Curtis in 1841.
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 732.  
Vibert, Aimée (noisette) Vibert 1828; sport of Repens (N); pure white, medium, double, cup form, fine form, rosette form, in clusters of 3-25, fragrance 5/10 (nutmeg), very floriferous, repeats well, autumn-bloomer, growth 8/10, climber, 2 m. = [similar to] Bouquet de la Mariée. Sterile as mother. Sangerhausen
Article (misc)  (7 Mar 1935)  Page(s) 97.  
Aimée Vibert one of the roses that did well on the Côte d'Azur and which the author believed would be suitable for California and Florida... pure white
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