'Crépuscule' rose References
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 98. Includes photo(s).
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 208.
Crépuscule (translation "Twilight") Dubreuil, 1904. Noisette. [Author cites several sources.]
Article (website) (1982) Page(s) 14.
Crépuscule (Noisette). Double, shapely flowers of a pleasing mixture of orange and apricot. Light green, plentiful foliage. 1904 (S) 8 x 5’.
Book (1942) Page(s) 60.
One day an enthusiastic and very competent rose friend brought me a cutting of the old Tea rose Crépuscule that she had discovered in an old California garden. Here was a rose I had thought to be extinct, although later I found it in the lists of one foreign grower of old roses. ...A free grower, it has all the habits of the good Teas and bears abundantly and without interruption throughout the long season its fawn-apricot, fragrant flowers that open from long, shapely buds...
Book (1936) Page(s) 181.
Crépuscule (noisette) Dubreuil 1904; chamois to coppery yellow, outer petals striped nasturtium-red and dark orange, 3/4-full, in clusters of 3-5, fragrance 7/10, continuous bloom, growth 6/10, climbing, well-branched. Sangerhausen
Book (1906) Page(s) 171.
Roses annoncées pendant l'impression
10.979. Crepuscule, Noisette, Dubreuil 1904 chamois rouge capucine
Magazine (May 1905) Page(s) 27.
New Roses for 1905...Breeder: F. Dubreuil, Lyon
Crépuscule (Noisette). Vigorous, branched; long bud; chamois-yellow, outer petals striped nasturtium-red; quite double, blms to 3-5s; very fragrant.
Magazine (1905) Page(s) 271.
In New Roses Placed In Commerce in 1904-1905...Crépuscule (Dubreuil).- Bushy shrub, with medium, full, scented flowers in coryms of 3-5, of a yellowish salmon chamois.
Magazine (1904) Page(s) 157.
In New Roses 1904: Mr F. Dubreuil, rose grower from Saint-Alban, Monplaisir-Lyon (Rhône), placed in commerce the following novelty: Crépuscule (Noisette). - Shrub of good vigor, bushy, long bud of perfect form of a handsome yellow chamois, the exterior petals streaked with capucine red [ed. note: brick-colored]. Medium flower, full, salmon chamois, flowering in a corymb of three to five flowers, very fragrant.