'Climbing Clotilde Soupert' rose References
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 100.
Clotilde Soupert, Climbing Climbing Polyantha, white, 1902, Dingee & Conard.
Book (1991) Page(s) 228.
Clotilde Soupert, Cl. Dingee & Conard, 1902. Polyantha. Sport of 'Clotilde Soupert'. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book (1936) Page(s) 674.
Soupert, Climb. Clothilde (cl. polyantha) Dingee & Conard 1902; sport of above [Clothilde Soupert - polyantha]; climbing habit. Sangerhausen
Website/Catalog (1932) Page(s) 52.
'Climbing Clotilde Soupert' Cl. Poly. (P. J. Berckmans Co., 1902) Pearly white, very double flowers with pink centers, produced in masses by a fairly strong climbing plant. Practically everblooming. A climbing sport of 'Clotilde Soupert' which produces a remarkable quantity of bloom. Needs heavy protection in severe climates.
Website/Catalog (1931) Page(s) 55.
'Climbing Clotilde Soupert'. Cl. Poly. (Dingee & Conard Co., 1902). Pearly white, very double flowers with pink centers, produced in masses by a fairly strong climbing plant. Practically everblooming.
A climbing sport of 'Clotilde Soupert' which produces a remarkable quantity of bloom. Needs heavy protection in severe climates.
Book (1930) Page(s) 40.
‘Cl. Clotilde Soupert’ Mult. (Dingee & Conard, 1902). Climbing sport of ‘Clotilde Soupert’.
Book (1920) Page(s) 53.
A. J. Fish, New Bedford Mass. Growing and Showing Climbing Roses.
Climbing Clotilde Soupert, with its hard, globular buds, has to be forced with liquid manure beforehand to get it to open enough to exhibit.
Book (1917) Page(s) 27.
Roses Worth While for Everybody by George C. Thomas, Jr.
For climbing roses in the South, while the Wichuraiana and hardy Climbers will do well, their blooming season is so short compared with other roses which may be grown that they are not recommended.
There are so many well-known Climbing Teas, Noisettes, and Climbing Hybrid Teas which give good results and from which bloom may be expected during the entire growing season, that it is not considered advisable to recommend as yet some of the newer European introductions of supposedly hardy roses which are put out as being of everblooming habit.
Climbing Clothilde Soupert. Climbing Polyantha. This is a Climbing Polyantha which has done well for some growers. The blooms are double, the color silver-flesh to shell-pink.
Website/Catalog (1917) Page(s) 41.
Hardy Climbing and Trailing Roses
Climbing Clothilde Soupert. — A continuous blooming rose. Its large well-formed flowers are borne in loose clusters, are perfectly double and are French white with a distinct center of silvery rose. Blooms all summer,
Book (Apr 1915) Page(s) 72.
Climbing Clothilde Soupert [in the author's experience] plants of this variety have winter killed badly; but with special winter protection it should live up to its reputation as a constant bloomer, and south of Philadelphia it will do well. The blooms are souble, the color silver flesh to shell pink.