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'Madame Joseph Bonnaire' rose References
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 282.  
Mme. Joseph Bonnaire ('Mme. J. Bonnaire-Pierre') Hybrid Tea. Bonnaire, 1891. From 'Adam' x 'Paul Neyron'. The author cites information from different sources... Bright China rose, reverse of petals silvery... Mons Joseph Bonnaire, dead at the age of 68. Born at Saint-Chef (Isère) in 1842, Bonnaire went while still quite young to Lyon where he worked at the establishments of Damaizin and Ducher, going then to Paris... [At length, he returned to Lyon] where he ultimately set up shop in 1878.
Book  (1990)  Page(s) 83.  Includes photo(s).
Mme. Joseph Bonnaire 1892... Parents: 'Adam' x 'Paul Neyron'... very large, bright pink...
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 91.  
Bonnaire, Mme. Joseph (HT) Bonnaire 1892; Adam X P. Neyron; vivid china-pink, very large, very double, opens, beautiful foliage, straight branches, growth 8/10.
Bonnaire-Pierre, Mme. Jean (HP) ? ? ; fresh-pink
Magazine  (8 Jul 1911)  Page(s) 326.  
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...
Madame Joseph Bonnaire... Hybrid Tea, Bonnaire, 1892, Adam X Paul Neyron
Book  (1910)  Page(s) 290.  
Madame Joseph Bonnaire Hybrid Perpetual; flowers bright China rose, reverse of petals silvery, extra large; in the way of 'Paul Neyron', but paler in colour; a very handsome and showy Rose.
Book  (1906)  Page(s) 104.  
6.683. Madame Joseph Bonnaire, Hybride de Thé, Bonnaire 1892 rose de Chine
Magazine  (5 Mar 1904)  Page(s) 166.  
"Forgotten Roses."
It is not surprising that owing to the numerous new Roses many of the excellent older sorts have been crowded out. Beautiful as the Hybrid Teas unquestionably are, I think it will be a bad day for lovers of the Rose if they allow this group to drive out of cultivation many old and well-tried varieties of other classes that are too good to suffer extinction. I often wish there were a National Rose Garden, where every variety could be planted, so that rosarians could see for themselves the true value of each. How some of our much-praised Roses would have to give place to those less known but better, at least in the matter of "doing well" and in point of colour.
I append a list of a few varieties that are comparatively unknown, yet I can recommend every one with the full assurance that they would please the majority of the readers of The Garden. Among what are regarded as climbing Roses not one of the Rambler race can surpass.
A few good Hybrid Perpetuals will conclude my list.
Mme. Joseph Bonnaire.—A rival to Paul Neyron as regards size. A wonderful Rose when well grown. Perhaps rather addicted to mildew. The colour is silvery blush-pink.
Book  (1903)  Page(s) 199.  
Rosiers Hybrides de Thé.
Très remontants.
Madame Joseph Bonnaire, fl. rose de Chine vif, à revers argenté; extra.
Book  (1903)  Page(s) 290.  
The Hybrid Perpetual Rose
146. Madame Joseph Bonnaire; flowers bright China rose, reverse of petals silvery, extra large; in the way of Paul Neyron, but paler in colour; a very handsome and showy Rose.
Magazine  (1 Nov 1891)  Page(s) 164.  
Une très forte rose nouvelle, d'un bel effet, et dont les lecteurs du Journal des Roses ont pu voir le dessin colorié dans le dernier numéro de cette publication, est vendue dès maintenant, par son obtenteur, M. J. Bonuaire, rosiériste, chemin des Hèrideaux, à Lyon. Elle est désignée sous le nom de:
Madame Joseph Bonnaire (hybride de thé). — Plante vigoureuse, à rameaux droits, genre Paul Neyron, comme végétation. Fleur très grande, très pleine, ouvrant très bien, atteignant jusqu'à 18 centimètres de diamètre. Beau rose de Chine vif, revers des pétales argenté. Beau feuillage, aiguillons rares. Très remontante, fleurissant jusqu'aux gelées. Issue du thé Adam et de Paul Neyron.
Cette superbe rose a été récompensée d'une grande médaille de vermeil, décernée par les dames patronnesses de la Société d'horticulture pratique du Rhône.
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