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'Roserie' rose References
Book  (Feb 2009)  Page(s) 183.  
‘Roserie’: Hybride Multiflora. Parents: Mutation de ‘Tausendschön’. Obtenteur: Witterstätter, 1917. Hauteur: de 3 à 4m. Les fleurs, rose pourpré, s’assombrissent à la défloraison. Mi-doubles, assez larges, réunies en bouquets, elles parent une plante à la constitution solide. Les branches, pratiquement sans épines se couvrent d’un feuillage, abondant, grand et luisant. Il fait faire des apports d’engrais et des arrosages, avant et pendant la floraison, pour atténuer les attaques d’oïdium.
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 520.  
Roserie Rambler, tyrian pink, base white, 1917, ('Rosary'); 'Tausendschön' sport; Witterstaetter. Description.
Book  (1993)  Page(s) 202, 203.  Includes photo(s).
p. 202: [Photo]
p. 203: ('Rosary', 'Roserie') A Multiflora hybrid Rambler. Another wonderful rose that has disappeared from commerce except in France, Witterstaetter 1917. Summer flowering.
Magazine  (Feb 1960)  Page(s) 1. trimester, p. 29.  
Le stand des Ets DELBARD offrait la plus importante collection de rosiers en pots, présentés en beaux sujets, dans la série des floribundas de DELBARD-CHABERT : « Embrasement » et « Souvenir de J. Chabert » dans la gamme des oranges et le délicieux « Centenaire de Lourdes », rose nacré. De beaux sujets de grimpants en pots de la vieille variété multiflore « Roserie » (sœur de « Tausendschön » ou « Merveille Rose ») carminé dominaient...
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 623.  
Roserie [Rosary] (multiflora) Witterstaetter 1917; sport of Tausendschön; vivid carmine-pink, veined darker, base white, fades to a darker colour, 9 cm., semi-double, lasting, in clusters of 2-5, fragrance 5/10, floriferous, June, long strong stems, growth 8/10, climbing, 3 m., Sangerhausen
Article (misc)  (1935)  Page(s) 112.  
Roserie a dark pink sport of 'Tausendschön', has been widely planted, but it is not as beautiful as its parent. It is much used by florists for forcing.
Book  (1933)  Page(s) 211.  
ROSERIE (Rosary). R. Witterstatter, 1917. A very lovely Multiflora with ruffled, rose-pink flowers, larger than most of its class. It is a sport of Tausendschon, which it resembles, and it fades badly in hot weather.
Book  (1930)  Page(s) 25.  
The Best Climbing and Pillar Roses
For you who love the abandon and vigor of the climbing Rose here is an assortment of Climbers for all climates that is reliable, covers all shades of color, and constitutes, we think, one of the most complete offerings of its kind in America.  Strong 2 and 3 year old, field grown plants that will quickly give a wealth of bloom. We also carry a stock of larger Climbing Roses, with trellises, in tubs for immediate effects.
Roserie Multiflora (1917)  Sport of Tausendschon; large, 3½ inch flowers, semi-double, lasting, fragrant, deep Tyrian pink with white base, borne in clusters on strong stem.  Abundant glossy foliage.  Vigorous.  ...  $1.00
Website/Catalog  (1929)  Page(s) 55.  
Hardy Climbing Roses
Roserie. Hybrid Multiflora. (R. Witterstaetter, 1917.) Rather large, frilled flowers of deep even pink, borne in loose clusters with the utmost profusion. The plant is strong, with long, green, thornless canes and clean, broad foliage.
Early. A darker, more evenly colored form of Tausendschon, making an excellent companion for that beautiful sort. Hot weather will fade its blooms, but they will not lose all color as Tausendschon does at times. 75 cts. each.
Website/Catalog  (1928)  Page(s) 29.  
Roserie. Multiflora. (Witterstaetter, 1917.) Like Tausendschon from which it is a sport, in form, thornless plant, and habit of growth. Blooms of an even shade of deep pink or carmine.
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