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'Augustine Guinoisseau' rose References
Book  (Apr 2001)  Page(s) 95.  
White La France see 'Augustine Guinoisseau'
Book  (2000)  Page(s) 94.  Includes photo(s).
‘Augustine Guinoisseau/’Mademoiselle Augustine Guinoisseau’/’White La France’ = Hybride de Thé. Issu par mutation de ‘La France’, considéré comme le premier Hybride de Thé, ‘Augustine Guinoisseau’ ne s’en distingue que par son teint à peine rosé et sa corolle légèrement moins pleine. Pour tout le reste – parfum, port, remontance – les deux variétés sont jumelles. Guinoisseau France 1889. Sport de ‘La France’.
Book  (Sep 1993)  Page(s) 60.  Includes photo(s).
Augustine Guinnoisseau ('White La France') Large-flowered. Guinnoisseau 1889... closely resembles 'La France', except that it is blush-white and has fewer petals. Parentage in dispute.
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 32.  
Augustine Guinoiseau Hybrid Tea, white, tinted light flesh, 1889, ('White La France'); 'La France' sport; Guinoiseau.
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 268.  
Mlle Augustine Guinoisseau Hybrid Tea. ('Augustine Guinnoisseau', 'White La France') Guinoisseau fils, 1889. Sport of 'La France'. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book  (May 1992)  Page(s) 374-375.  
Augustine Guinnoisseau ('White La France') Description and cultivation... A white form of the first ever Hybrid Tea which occurred soon after its introduction and has remained stable ever since...
Article (website)  (1982)  Page(s) 9.  
Augustine Guinoisseau (White La France) ​(H.T.)​ Similar to La France but not I think, a sport from that variety. White tinted pink.​ Scented.​1889.​ (C)​ 4x3'
Book  (1980)  Page(s) 163.  
E. F. Allen. [Book Reviews] Late Victorian Roses. Edwardian Roses by Peter Beales.
This booklet will inevitably become of historical importance since many of the roses portrayed are little known, even by well informed rosarians. It is unfortunate, therefore, that a few errors of dating and perhaps also of fact have crept in. Thus Mr. Beales gives 1887 as the date for that very important cultivar 'Augustine Guinoisseau' which he also claims was a seedling from 'La France' and not a sport. However, contemporary authorities (Journal des Roses, 1897 and Rosen Zeitung, 1892) both agree that it arose as a sport at Angers in 1881 and was first marketed in November, 1889. Furthermore, Mr. Arthur Wyatt has told me that at one time he cultivated this variety in some numbers and that more than once he observed sporting back to 'La France.'
Book  (1940)  Page(s) 13.  
Augustine Guinoisseau ('White La France') Hybrid Tea. (Guinoisseau 1889)... white, tinted light flesh-color.
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 324.  
Guinoisseau, Mlle. Augustine (HT) Guinoisseau 1889; sport of La France; flesh-white, shaded light pink, reverse soft flesh-coloured, high-centered, otherwise like La France. Sangerhausen
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