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'Non Plus Ultra' rose References
Magazine  (22 Jul 1911)  Page(s) 350.  
 
The Parentage of Roses.
The following list of the world's Roses and their parentage has been compiled by Mr. Robert Daniel, 38 Russell Road. Fishponds, Bristol, and by his kind permission we are enabled to publish it...
Non Plus Ultra... Multiflora Scandens*, Weigand, 1904, Crimson Rambler X Blanche Rebatel

*i.e., Climbing Polyantha
Website/Catalog  (1911)  Page(s) 29.  
 
Climbing Polyantha, Wichuriana, and Their Hybrids. Crimson Rambler - Non Plus Ultra. Growth and foliage of 'Crimson Rambler', earlier in blooming, deeper in color.
Magazine  (1 Oct 1907)  Page(s) 450.  
 
Les Meilleures Roses Nouvelles de 1904
Au dernier Congrès de la Société française des Rosiéristes, M. Croibier, rosiériste à Lyon, a présenté, sur la sixième question inscrite au programme: « Les meilleures variétés de Roses dans les nouveautés de 1904 », une note dans laquelle il énumère les variétés les plus appréciées dans la région lyonnaise. Voici cette liste, dans laquelle chaque nom est accompagné d'une description sommaire:
Rosiers sarmenteux non remontants
Crimson Rambler non plus ultra (Weigand).— Ce rosier possède le meme feuillage et la vigueur de Crimson Rambler; le coloris en est plus foncé.

Translation: The Finest New Roses of 1904
At the last meeting of the French society of rosarians, M. Croibier, a rosarian from Lyon, in response to the sixth question of the program [?], gave a presentation in which he enumerated the most appreciated varieties of his region. Here is that list, with each name accompanied by a short description:
Once-blooming Climbing Roses
Crimson Rambler non plus ultra (Weigand).—This rose has the same foliage and vigor of Crimson Rambler, but with its flowers a deeper color.
Book  (1907)  Page(s) 452.  
 
ON THE DERIVATION OF SOME RECENT VARIETIES OF ROSES. By ARTHUR WILLIAM PAUL.
'Non Plus Ultra' -- a dark crimson form of 'Crimson Rambler' obtained by crossing this variety with the dwarf Polyantha 'Blanche Rebatel'.
Magazine  (1907)  Page(s) 273.  
Website/Catalog  (1907)  Page(s) 13.  
 
Climbers... Crimson Rambler non plus ultra (Weigand 1905 multif.) vivid dark red; small, blooming in immeasurable clusters; even more floriferous than 'Turner's Crimson Rambler' ... M -.80
Book  (1906)  Page(s) 42.  
 
2.751. Crimson Rambler non plus ultra, Multiflore ou Polyantha, Weigand 1904 cramoisi
Magazine  (1901)  Page(s) 106.  
 
Chr. Weigand, rose gardener in Soden, who some years ago brought the rose Ernst Grandpierre, (Wichuraiana X Perle des jardins), has bred again a number of new and in any case very useful roses of the same class (Wichuraiana) which will be commercialized shortly. The names are the following (the descriptions and pictures will follow in the next issue, as we have given the clichés our colleagues, the "Journal of Roses"):
1. Anna Rübsamen (Hybrid Wichuraiana)
2. Non plus ultra (Type Crimson Rambler,
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