'Excellenz von Schubert' rose References
Website/Catalog (1932) Page(s) 51.
‘Excellenz von Schubert’ (P. Lambert, 1909). Small, double flowers of dark carmine-rose, borne in dense clusters. Vigorous, 4 to 6 feet high.
A good pillar or hedge Rose (‘Mme. Norbert Levavasseur’ x ‘Frau Karl Druschki’).
Book (1930) Page(s) 395.
Excellenz von Schubert. (P. Lambert 1909.) Mad. Norbert Levavasseur x Frau Karl Druschki.
Small, well double, deep carmine-pink, in dense trusses. Vigorous shrub, strongly armed, dark green foliage, blooms late and faithfully until frost.
Book (1927) Page(s) 117.
Whiteman Cross. A short hedge of ‘Hauff’, ‘Lessing’, ‘Schiller’ and ‘Schubert’ (’Excellenz von! – but easily contracted) is a joy to behold in June as a mass of white, produced by a multitude of small flowers showng shades of pink or yellow on close examination. These varieties vary in value of foliage, ‘Hauff’ and ‘Lessing’ losing a large part of theirs in summer, except on the long, new shoots. The many brown hips, which last until winter, atone in part for the loss of leaves. Recurrent bloom is largely on the ends of the vigorous shoots and appears until late in autumn. Perhaps the last-mentioned sorts would be more successful as climbers.
Website/Catalog (1926) Page(s) 35.
Repeat-flowering semi-climbers. 1.5 to 2.5 m tall.
Lambertiana Excellenz v. Schubert (P. Lambert 1909). Vigorous, bushy, dense foliage. Blooms of the size and form of Gloire des Polyanthas, late-blooming, deep carmine-pink, well double, to 5-20 in dense trusses at the end of each cane. Very faithful and floriferous until frost. Good as espalier and hedge-rose.
Website/Catalog (1923) Page(s) 16.
Rosa Lambertiana... Excellenz von Schubert (Lambert, 1909). Deep carmine-pink. (Mad. Norbert Levavasseur X Frau Karl Druschki).
Website/Catalog (1921) Page(s) 64.
Repeating Climbers....Exzellenz von Schubert. Strong, bushy, strongly armed bush. 1,20-1,50 m long canes, dark green foliage, blooms from the size and form of Gloire de Polyantha, late-blooming, deep carmine-pink, well double, to 5-20 in dense trusses at the end of each cane. Very faithful and floriferous bloomer until frost. Good as espalier-rose, also as standard weeping rose. Late-blooming. 1 piece M 6.-, 100 pieces M 500.-
Website/Catalog (1914) Page(s) 9.
Repeating Climbers (Lambertiana Race)
Excellenz von Schubert Lambert (Multiflora) Deep carmine-pink, well double, to 5-20 in dense trusses at the end of each cane, Small. Late-blooming
Magazine (3 Jun 1911) Page(s) 266.
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...
Excellenz von Schubert... Multiflora Scandens*, Lambert, 1909, Mme. N. Levavasseur X Frau Karl Druschki
*i.e., Climbing Polyantha
Website/Catalog (1911) Page(s) 7.
New Roses 1911. Climbing and Polyantha Roses. Excellence von Schubert Vigorous flowers in graceful bunches of five to twenty at the end of every shoot; flowers small. Dark carmine rose.
Website/Catalog (1910) Page(s) 27.
Continuous-blooming Climbers and Semi-Climbers.
Novelties for 1910.
Excellenz von Schubert. Vigorous bushy shrub with very prickly canes, 1.20-1.50 m long, and dark green foliage. Blooms of the size and form of Gloire des Polyanthas, deep carmine-pink, well double, in dense clusters of 5-20 at the end of each cane. Faithful and floriferous until frost.