'Crépuscule' rose References
Website/Catalog (14 Sep 2018) Includes photo(s).
Crepuscule Breeder Dubreuil. Breeder Code: DEBreuil 1904.
As per website - "Crepuscule means 'twilight' in French, its bloom color reminiscent of the last golden light of sunset. The Noisette class of roses were developed in Charleston, SC, by John Champneys in the early to mid-1800's and are particularly suited to conditions in the Southeast. Crepuscule is a short climber, spreading from 8-12' up a trellis or along a fence. Buds open to reveal small, intoxicatingly fragrant apricot blooms. This rose is somewhat tender, place carefully when planting in colder parts of its range. An uncommon and highly regarded rose."
Article (magazine) (Jun 2002) Page(s) 40.
Crépuscule Noisette 1904... in South Africa... Duncan Henderson plants it on roadside verges as a community enterprise... [needs] lots of sun to enrich copper and apricot tones... The name means 'Twilight' and was perhaps prophetic, for it was one of the last Noisettes to appear
Book (2002) Page(s) 36.
Crepuscule Rated 7.1
Book (2000) Page(s) 183. Includes photo(s).
Crépuscule = En climat chaud, ce beau Noisette est sans doute le grimpant favori entre tous… résistant, florifère… Les jeunes feuilles teintées de bronze virent au vert blond et les tiges sont peu épineuses. L’ombre n’incommode pas ce rosier, pas plus que le grand soleil… parfum suave… Dubreuil, 1904.
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 158.
Crépuscule Noisette. Dubreuil (France) 1904. Description... several tones of apricot and yellow...
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 40. Includes photo(s).
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 136. Includes photo(s).
Crépuscule Noisette. Dubreuil 1904. Description... a blend of burnished gold and salmon, the amount of pink varying with the time of year...
Book (Jun 1993) Page(s) 21. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 116.
Crépuscule Noisette, orange, fading to apricot-yellow, 1904, Dubreuil. Description.