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'Rose de la Reine' rose References
Book  (2001)  Page(s) 188-189, plate 18.  
 
Rosa Regina dicta
A good Picture of R. gallica 'Tuscany', still widely cultivated today. Mönch writes in 1785 that it is a subspecies bred in Weissenstein, but this is incorrect: the rose is considerably older [Mönch writes on 'Regina', not 'Regina dicta']. In his Herbarium, dated 1556, Gerard calls it 'Gerard's Velvet Rose'. The dark Velvet Roses, R. holoserica, were very popular in the 18th century.
Book  (1838)  Page(s) 248.  
 
Rose de la Reine ('Reginae Dicta') Gallica. Flowers: full, regular, middle-sized; of a light purple or pink, often marbled.
Book  (1826)  Page(s) 513.  
 
Provins...de la reine...
Book  (1824)  Page(s) 166.  
 
Rosa gallica var. reginae dicta.- R. de la Reine. Pépinière de Godefroy.
Website/Catalog  (1820)  Page(s) 45.  
 
Provins. No. 696 Rose de la Reine
Book  (1818)  Page(s) 43.  
 
Gallica. Rose de la Reine. - Rosa Reginae dicta, pép. Godefroy. Fleurs d'un beau violet clair, pétales à bords blancs. Cette plante, très-double, pourrait bien être un hybride du provincialis. La fleur est de moyenne grandeur.
Website/Catalog  (1817)  Page(s) 33.  
 
reginare dicta
Website/Catalog  (1760)  Page(s) 94.  
 
Arbrisseaux, fleurissent en Juin, porte des belles fleurs. Culture 2 pieds. 26. Regina Dicta per Intervalle flos ex flore
Website/Catalog  (1755)  Page(s) 62.  
 
Arbrisseau, fleurissent en Juin, porte des belles fleurs. 26. Rosa Regina Dicta, per intervalloe flos ex flore [blooms in intervals]
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