'Kaiserin Friedrich' rose References
Magazine (1901) Page(s) 120-121. Includes photo(s).
Rose Kaiserin Friedrich (Impératrice Frédéric) (Thé)
Book (1899) Page(s) 89.
Kaiserin Friedrich, T, Drögemüller, 1889, rose et jaune
Book (1899) Page(s) 81.
Impératrice Frédérick, thé, voir Kaiserin Frederic
Book (1895) Page(s) 106.
Kaiserin Friedrich, china-pink
Book (1894) Page(s) 265.
Kaiserin Friedrich, T., Drogemuller (1890), yellow, large, vigorous.
Magazine (1890) Page(s) 56.
[In the section on new roses, 1889-90]
Kaiserin Friedrich (Drogemüller) Flowers large, full, strongly scented; more or less bright or dark yellow, following exposure, bordered by cerise rose or carmine red.
(1890) Page(s) 187.
[In Diseases of Rose Seeds and Seedlings, describing Drögmuller's contribution to rose breeding by the discovery of Phragmidium subcorticum which attacks rose seedlings]:
In the last few years, after this evil had been discovered and remedied (by what means is not stated), a number of fine new German roses have appears. Among them are...Kaiserin Friedrich. The last two are seedlings of Gloire de Dijon, crossed with [in the case of Kaiserin Friedrich] Perle des Jardins. Kaiserin Friedrich is of a brilliant golden yellow, beautifully shaded with carmine. Perhaps it may be compared to Gloire de Dijon with the colours of Marie van Houtte. It has been pronounced by connoisseurs the finest of the Tea class.