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'Caroline Marniesse' rose References
Website/Catalog  (1895)  Page(s) 3.  
Caroline Marniesse ($1.25 per dozen, $8.00 per 100), noisette.   Creamy white; flowers small and full and borne in very pretty clusters; an exceedingly free bloomer; low-growing (12-18 inches) and especially desirable for the border of a bed; about the most hardy of its class. 
Book  (1889)  Page(s) 150.  
Noisette Caroline Marniesse (Roeser 1848). Small, very double, white with light flesh-colour, in clusters of 30-40, fragrant. Vigorous. Very beautiful white rose. The form of the bloom reminds of Polyantha, very large clusters, floriferous.
Website/Catalog  (1889)  Page(s) 19.  
Caroline Marinesse - Creamy white, small sized flower, but very full and double.
Book  (1882)  Page(s) 6.  
Caroline Marniesse... Noisette. Roeser. 1848 Blanc crème. Fleur petite. Plante moyenne.
Website/Catalog  (1880)  Page(s) 257.  
Rosiers Noisettes (remontants)
1171. Caroline Marniesse. — Petite, pleine, bombée, blanc légèrement carné, teinté de rose.
Book  (1880)  Page(s) Annex, p. 25.  
noisette. CAROLINE MARNISSE (1848), flesh-white, medium size, full, globular, blooms very nice and rich in large clusters until frost
Website/Catalog  (1868)  Page(s) 63.  
Noisette Roses.
Price, 60 cents each except otherwise noted.  12 varieties, our choice, $6.
Caroline Marniesse.  White, tinged with flesh, small, double and perfect, and a most profuse and constant bloomer.
Book  (1866)  Page(s) 172-3.  
The distinctive characteristic of the true Noisette is blooming in clusters. Different varieties have different habits of growth, some being much more vigorous than others; but the greater part are true climbing roses. Those in which the blood of the Musk and China predominate are comparatively hardy. Many of them can be grown as bushes in the open air, with very little winter protection, even in the latitude of Boston. Two varieties- Madame Massot and Caroline Marniesse- are today (Oct. 16) in full bloom here, where they have stood for several years, with very little precaution to shelter them.

Madame Massot, sometimes sold by American nursery-men under the name of Mademoiselle Henriette, bears large clusters of small flowers of a waxy white, faintly tinged with flesh-color. It is one of the hardiest of the group. Caroline Marniesse somewhat resembles it, but is not equal in beauty.
Book  (1854)  Page(s) 274-275.  
Perhaps one or the other lover of ever-blooming roses will thank me if I share the list of those I can recommend from personal acquaintance, regardless of age or novelty. Such are,...3) Noisettes: Aimée Vibert, silvery white, floriferous, Belle d'Esquermes, Belle Marseillaise, Blanche d'Orléans, la Biche, Bougainville, Boulogne, Chamois, Caroline Marniesse, Chromatella or Cloth of Gold, bright, deep yellow, large and very double, blooms only outdoors, Clara Wendel, Clarisse Harlow, Dahlingen, Desprez, Edmond Garat, Eugène Pirolle, Eudoxie, Eugénie Dubourg, Héroine de Vaucluse, Jeanne d'Arc, Jaques Amyot, Isabelle d'Orléans, Isis, Lamarque or, as originally named based on its doubtful foliage, Thé Maréchal, Lafayette, Lée, Madame Deslongchamps, Madame Futardo, Madame Jouvain, Majestueuse, Miss Glegg, Mistriss Siddons (yellow), Narcisse (light yellow), Ophirie, unique in her deep Isabell colour, Phaloé, Princesse d'Orange, Rothanger, Similor, Solfatare, gorgeous yellow, Vicomtesse d'Avesnes, la Vierge, la Chérie, Belleforme, Austerlitz, Lilas double, Philémon, Eusèbe Salverte, Marie Chargé, pretty yellow, Chrysocome.
Magazine  (1 Jul 1853)  Page(s) 154.  
Quelques observations sur les variétés nouvelles de roses.  [Eugène Verdier, fils aîné]
ll y a cinq ans environ, lorsqu'on vit apparaître pour la première fois une trentaine de roses nouvelles...
Caroline Marniesse (Rœser), arbuste vigoureux, à fleurs en corymbes, moyennes, pleines, blanc légèrement carné, ayant tous les caractères du sempervirens Félicité Perpétue; seulement il n'est pas sarmenteux comme lui et il remonte très-franchement.
C'est une des meilleures variétés de cette section; elle réussit aussi bien greffée que franche de pied.
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