'Jacdesa' rose References
Website/Catalog (14 Sep 2018) Includes photo(s).
Claude Monet Breeder Delbard. Breeder code JACesa .....
Website/Catalog (13 Mar 2015)
Name: Claude Monet®
ARS Approved Exhibition Name: Claude Monet®
HT, rb, J&P ; flowers striped, with patches of red, yellow and orange-pink, medium, dbl., cupped, slight fragrance; recurrent ; growth vigorous, medium. Introductions: Georges Delbard , 1992, France
Book (19 Apr 2000) Page(s) 246.
Book (2000) Page(s) 168. Includes photo(s).
‘Claude Monet’/JACdesa: Hybride de Thé… bouton carmin vif… corolle richement flammée de rouge, de jaune et de blanc sur une base rose orangé, avec des striures, des griffures et des éclaboussures sur les deux faces des pétales… Malgré son attrait, elle reste assez rare… Jackson et Perkins, USA, 1992. On classe parfois cette variété parmi les floribundas. Henri Delbard a dédié cette rose à Claude Monet (1840-1926) et il est probable que le peintre aurait aimé l’inclure dans son jardin de Giverny.
Book (Dec 1998) Page(s) 168. Includes photo(s).
Claude Monet (JACdesa) Large-flowered/Hybrid Tea. Jackson & Perkins (USA) 1992. Description... carmine red buds open to a flamboyant mélange of red, yellow and white on an orange-pink base, with irregular patches, stripes and dots on both sides of the petals -- no two flowers are the same... It was named for the French painter who lived from 1840-1926...
Book (1997) Page(s) 129.
Laurie Newman. A Busman's Holiday.
....we visited the Parc de la Roseraie..... A nice touch to conclude our world trip was to find a specimen of Claude Monet growing here, and on the label the caption "Bear Creek Nursery, 1992".
Book (1995) Page(s) 116.
A rose named 'Claude Monet' was raised by Delbard several years ago as part of a series of roses named after painters. The selection was not initiated by Giverny, nor has it any bearing on Monet's preferences. Plans were made to launch it at Giverny but so far the 'Claude Monet' rose has not materialized...
Book Page(s) 19-21. Includes photo(s).
A watercolor illustration of this rose... and a description of the components of its fragrance... Delbard had seen this rose and several similarly marked roses in California during a stint with Jackson & Perkins and when he returned to France he dubbed them Painter's Roses. He describes this one as A rose with white, red, yellow tongues of flame. A bud may burst in crimson and that shade will soften as the other colors come to life...