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(1965)  Page(s) 80.  
 
[From "Climbing Roses old and New", by Graham Stuart Thomas, 1965]
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.  
 
[From "Climbing Roses old and New", by Graham Stuart Thomas, 1965]
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)  
 
[From "Climbing Roses old and New", by Graham Stuart Thomas, 1965]
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)  
 
[From "Climbing Roses old and New", by Graham Stuart Thomas, 1965]
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.  
 
[From "Climbing Roses old and New", by Graham Stuart Thomas, 1965]
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.  
 
[From "Climbing Roses old and New", by Graham Stuart Thomas, 1965]
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.  
 
[From "Climbing Roses old and New", by Graham Stuart Thomas, 1965]
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.

(1931)  Page(s) 52.  
 
From: The Australian Rose Annual.
Editor.  Roses of Australia.  A record of all Australian Raised Varieties. 
Jessie Clark (Hyb. Gig.), Alister Clark, Vic.  - The colour is a much deeper pink than Sinica Anemone.  The blooms are twice the size, and more like a very large Clematis.  It is a cross between Gigantea and  Madame Martignier, the result being the largest single Rose in cultivation. 

(1910)  Page(s) 122.  
 
[From "Rosen-Zeitung", December 1910]
An unfavourable characteristic of wild roses is that only few repeat. I want to point out the repeating ones here:
...Rosa Beggeriana Schr. (Cinnamomea), with large and small clusters of blooms, whitish pink. Its blueberry-like fruit are peculiar.

(Aug 1903)  Page(s) 56.  
 
[From "Rosen-Zeitung", August 1903]
At the meeting of the French Horticultural Society on July 9th Barbier & Co., Orléans showed 16 new crossings....Ferdinand Roussel (Wichuraiana x Luciole) received a certificate of merit; the bloom is double, of 4-6 cm diameter, pure wine-red.
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