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'Aennchen von Tharau' rose References
Magazine  (1909)  Page(s) 70-71.  
[From the speech "Über Verwendung, Pflege und Neuzüchtung der Rosen" (On the use, care and breeding of roses) by H. Kiese]
For hardy pyramids to be recommended are Rosa californica "Theano", pink double, the Rugosa-rose Conrad Ferdinand Meyer, the older Hungarian climbers, as Erinnerung an Brod, dark slate-coloured, Ännchen von Tharau, pink, Himmelsauge, dark red, Gruss an Wien, bright red, Duc de Constantine, pink, Philadelphia Rambler, carmine-red.
Magazine  (1908)  Page(s) 133.  
Geschwinds first sorts were Premier essai 1866, Dr. Hurta 67, Aurelia Liffa (a macrantah-variety) 86, Forstmeister Heim 86, Fatinitza 86, Erinnerung an Brod 86, Erlkönig 86, Kleiner Postillon 86, Lios Alpha 86, Mercedes 86, Ännchen von Tharau 86, Loreley 87, Meteor 87, Mermaid 87, Schloss Lueg 87, Tartarus, Gilda 87, Virago 87, Esmeralda 88, Erinnerung an meine Mutter 88, Herzblättchen 89, Zigeunerblut 90, Elbfex 90, Anna Scharsach 90, Theano 94, Himmelsauge 95, Erinnerung an Schloss Scharfenstein 1902, Wenzel Geschwind 02, and
Book  (1906)  Page(s) 5.  
292. Aennchen von Tharau, Rubiginosa, Geschwindt 1886 crème
Book  (1902)  Page(s) 156.  
6012. Annette de Tharau (Geschwindt 1886) blanc crème
Book  (1899)  Page(s) 3.  
Aennchen von Thareau, Repens, Geschw., 1886, crème et rose jaunâtre
Website/Catalog  (1893)  Page(s) 7.  
Rosiers sarmenteux...Aennchen von Tharau, c'est-à-dire Annette de Tharau (Geschwind 86): Fl. blanc crême, nuancé de rouge carné jaunâtre à l'intérieur, moyenne ou grande, très pleine, forme des centfeuilles. Arbuste très vigoureuse, corymbifère, absolument insensible! Rosa alba x Rosier Ayrshire.
Magazine  (1893)  Page(s) 374.  
[From the article "Die Rose und der Winter" (The rose and winter) by Rudolf Geschwind, p. 371-379:]

What concerns the Hungarian climbing roses, they have endured the frost almost all better than the French ones. As especially hardy have proved themselves: Erinnerung an Brod, Aurelia Liffa, Corporal Johann Nagy, Geschwinds Orden, Aennchen von Tharau (almost the hardiest!) Erlkönig, kleiner Postillon, Fantasca, Amneris, Nymphe Tepla, Schloss Luegg, while the others have suffered more or less. Now some words about the so-called hardy Teas. No true Tea is absolutely hardy.
Book  (1892)  Page(s) 196.  
Hungarian Climbers. The roses bred by the forest warden Rudolf Geschwind in the town Karpfen (Hungary) do not belong to any specific class, but have originated from the crossing of various climbers with roses of other classes....Aennchen von Tharan (Geschwind 1886), cream-white, shaded yellowish flesh pink inside, medium to alrge, very double, centifolia form. Very vigourously climbing, cluster-flowered. Quite hardy. From 'Rosa alba' and 'Ayrshirerose'.
Book  (1889)  Page(s) 123.  
53 Aennchen von Tharau (Geschwind 1886. - R. arvensis + R. alba). Cream-white, inside shade yellowish flesh-pink, medium to large, very double, centifolia-form, very soft colouring. Very strong climber, floriferous in clusters, quite hardy.
Magazine  (1889)  Page(s) 211. Rosiers dits hongrois, race d'une vigueur exceptionnelle et d'une floribondité remarquable, mise au commerce en 1886 et non encore répandue; ces plantes portent les noms de : Chàteau-Luegg, Aurélia Liffa, Lios Alfa, Madame Richter, Anette de Tharon, Souvenir de Brod, Forstmeister Heim, Mercédès, Nymphe Tepla, Roi des Aunes...
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