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Camden Park Roses (1850)  Page(s) 21.  
 
868. R. rubifolia

Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society (1896)  Page(s) 248.  
 
New Roses. [...] François Dubreuil.—Tea. Certainly the best red Tea rose yet produced. The expanded flower is almost as large as a Hybrid Perpetual, eminently fitting it for exhibition, and the buds are beautifully formed, resembling a camellia. It is an excellent variety for forcing, and has received an Award of Merit from the R.H.S.
[by Walter Easlea]

Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society (1896)  Page(s) 246.  
 
New Roses. [...] Medea.—Tea. Perhaps the best clear yellow rose sent out for several years. It reminds one of a finely-formed Cloth of Gold. It is a first-rate variety for the exhibitor, and is unequalled for growing under glass. The habit is vigorous, but not climbing. 
[by Walter Easlea]

Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society (1896)  Page(s) 244.  
 
New Roses. [...] 1893. Maman Cochet.—T. In shade varying from flesh to salmon colour, having the form of Catherine Mermet with the substance of Ernest Metz. It has been good this year (1896), and those who grow it think highly of it. It evidently rejoices in dry heat, but whether it will be as good in a less dry summer than that of 1896 remains to be proved.
[by Rev. H. J. Pemberton]

Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society (1896)  Page(s) 247.  
 
New Roses. [...] Maman Cochet.—Tea. One of the best Tea roses distributed for several years. It has been grandly exhibited this year, nearly every stand containing a specimen. The colour is a lovely flesh; outer petals often a deep rose. The great charm of this variety is its extraordinarily deep petal, surpassing in this respect any other rose I know of. It is a great advance upon Catherine Mermet for outdoor cultivation, the growth being strong with good thick wood.
[by Walter Easlea]

Les Amis des Roses (Aug 1970)  Page(s) 3. trimester, back cover.  Includes photo(s).
 
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CADEAU : un rosier d'or avec une collection "Grands Parfums"
L'achat d'une collection "Grands Parfums" vous donne droit à un Rosier d'Or : cette variété, remontante, trapue, robuste, et bien ramifiée (pas plus de 50 cm) possède une généreuse floribondité. Les roses, par inflorescences de 5 à 12, sont bien doubles, bicolore jaune et orangé soutenu, évoluant à l'orangé capucine à l'épanouissement. Le feuillage est luxuriant.

Les Amis des Roses (Aug 1970)  Page(s) 3. trimester, p. 38.  
 
Concours de la plus belle rose de France ...  Catégorie: La rose la plus parfumée ....
3Certif. de mérite : VOL DE NUIT : Obtenteur : Delbard
(Odeur spéciale très intéressante)

Les Amis des Roses (Aug 1970)  Page(s) 3. trimester, p. 38.  
 
Concours de la plus belle rose de France ...  Catégorie: La rose la plus parfumée ...
2Certif. de mérite : FEMME : Obtenteur : Delbard

Modern Roses XI (19 Apr 2000)  Page(s) 81.  
 
'Château de Chenonceaux', HT, mp, 1973; description; (Americana X Queen Elizabeth); Gaujard

Les Amis des Roses (Aug 1970)  Page(s) 3. trimester, p. 38.  
 
Concours de la plus belle rose de France ...  Catégorie: La rose la plus parfumée ...
2Certif. de mérite : CHATEAU DE CHENONCEAU : Obtenteur : Gaujard
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