'Le Vésuve' rose References
Magazine (2019) Page(s) 51. Vol 41, No. 1.
Margaret Furness. Tea, Noisette and China Mislabels in Australia.
The roses known everywhere as Le Vésuve and Mme Berkeley are probably incorrect, but it’s not known what their true names are.
Article (magazine) (2009) Page(s) 30.
'Le Vésuve' Source RJBM [Réal Jardin Botanico Madrid] Chromosome Number 14
Book (Apr 2001) Page(s) 93.
Vintage Towers Tea see 'Le Vésuve' (in commerce as)
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 308.
China (OGR), pink blend, 1825, Laffay. Flowers carmine shading to pink, very full, large; vigorous growth.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 93. Includes photo(s).
Book (1993) Page(s) 73, 76. Includes photo(s).
Page 73: China ('Lemesle') Description. Flowers: carmine. Fragrance: Tea Rose. Repeats. Height: 5 ft. Laffay (France) 1825.
Page 76: [Photo]
Book (1993) Page(s) 100. Includes photo(s).
A very thorny China that grows a a twiggy, branching shrub. Laffay (France) 1825. Repeats. Very healthy. Height: 3-5 ft. Good scent.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 32.
Le Vésuve ('Lemesle') China. Laffay, 1825. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book (1988) Page(s) 68, 69. Includes photo(s).
Website/Catalog (1985) Page(s) 29.
Le Vesuve* (China) Shapely, pointed buds opening loose and blowsy, silvery pink with deeper shadings. Good under glass. 1825. (C) 3 x 3’