'Lamarque' rose References
Booklet (2009) Page(s) 29.
Triploid...Lamarque [Provenance: Antique Rose Emporium]
Book (Aug 2002) Page(s) 53.
Article (magazine) (Jun 2002) Page(s) 47.
Lamarque Noisette 1830... shallow cupped creamy-white lemon-scented... it needs a warn protected site to do reasonably well
Website/Catalog (22 Dec 1998) Page(s) 30. Includes photo(s).
Lamarque Antique Noisette. Maréchal 1830. Description... among the first of the Noisettes to express a hint of yellow, which in the 1830's was a most sought after trait... The flowers are very double, of slightly quartered to quilled petals, that pass from soft yellow to white with age...
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 159.
Lamarque Noisette. Maréchal (France) 1830. Originally known as 'Thé Maréchal', subsequently named in honour of Général Lamarque. Description... one of the first yellowish Noisettes raised... lemon-white flowers... [Thomas includes a description from "The Floral World," 1874, of an enormous plant in Santa Rosa, California.]
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 40. Includes photo(s).
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 303.
Noisette (OGR), white, 1830, 'Blush Noisette' x 'Parks' Tea-Scented China'; Maréchal. Flowers pure white, center lemon-yellow, double, blooms in clusters; very fragrant; vigorous, climbing growth; long, trailing shoots.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 99. Includes photo(s).
Book (1993) Page(s) 85. Includes photo(s).
A Tea-Noisette. Description. Maréchal (France) 1830. ('Blush Noisette' x 'Parks' Yellow Tea-scented China'.) Repeats. Height: 12 ft. Good scent.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 216.
Lamarque ('Général Lamarque', 'Thé Maréchal') Maréchal, 1830. Noisette. Parentage: 'Blush Noisette' x 'Parks' Yellow'. [Author cites information from many sources. Among them, these interesting entries... one from William Paul's The Rose Garden: Raised by Mons Maréchal, a shoemaker, from his window-garden at Angers. The other from Choix des Plus Belles Roses: Around 1830, Mons Maréchal, cobbler -- so it is said -- at Angers, raised this variety from seedlings grown in a pot in his window. It had, at that time, the name 'Thé Maréchal' because of its tea-like features.]