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'Pompon de Paris' rose References
Book  (Feb 2009)  Page(s) 196-197.  Includes photo(s).
 
‘Pompon de Paris’/’Rouletii’: Rosiers miniatures, roses de patio. Serait un hybride de Rosa chinensis pumila. Obtenteur: 1838. Hauteur: 50cm. Cette variété, qui fut très à la mode en France, pendant la période romantique, forme un petit buisson dense et vigoureux, au feuillage gris-vert…
Booklet  (2009)  Page(s) 35-36.  
 
Perhaps the most easily noted detail revealed about the China Roses by the similarity matrix though, was how many accessions had identical SSR profiles. The "C25 grp" on the dendrogram represents the China Rose cultivar Old Blush, with the group's oldest recorded date of introduction into Europe of around 1752 (Cairns (ed.), 2000), and the eight synonyms or sports found in this study: 'Climbing Old Blush', 'Green Rose', 'Single Pink', 'Rouletii' [all ex Antique Rose Emporium], 'Pompon de Paris' [ex Ralph Moore], 'Bengale d'Automne' [ex Vintage Gardens], 'Archduke Charles' [ex ARE], and an R. chinensis var. semperflorens [ex Flower Research Inst., Yunnan]. This large group of synonyms and sports still actively propagated and sold in the trade demonstrates how important 'Old Blush' continues to be, long after being used as a parent of importance in the breeding of modern roses.
....'Rouletii', which is a miniature with double pink recurrent blooms (Cairns (ed.), 2000), appears to be a dwarf sport of 'Old Blush'. 'Pompon de Paris' has also been described as appearing to be identical to at least one source of plants identified as 'Rouletii', and for this accessions sampled in this study, these two cultivars and 'Old Blush' share the same SSR profile. Only one source of 'Rouletii was sampled for this study though, so a future study combining field observation and genetics of multiple sources and their relationship to 'Old Blush' might be of interest to breeders, producers, and growers.
Booklet  (2009)  Page(s) 28.  
 
Diploid....Pompon de Paris, heterozygous loci 74% [Provenance: Texas A&M University material from Ralph Moore]
Article (magazine)  (Nov 1998)  Page(s) 15.  
 
Pompon de Paris a deep pink very early mini from 1838, had climbing tendencies... if you prune it very lightly each year it will become leggy enough to be a climber of sorts...
Book  (Sep 1993)  Page(s) 434.  Includes photo(s).
 
Pompon de Paris Miniature. Description. Some people consider that this Miniature China Rose, introduced in 1839, survived in Switzerland to be reintroduced as 'Rouletii'. Other people think the two are different... rose-pink. Parentage unknown
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 461.  
 
China (Old Garden Rose), medium pink, 1839, A variety of R. chinensis minima; Originator unknown. Bud very pointed; flowers bright pink, double, very small. Said to be identical to 'Rouletii' except for differences due to culture.
Book  (1993)  Page(s) 226.  
 
A popular pot-plant in the Paris flower markets in the mid-1800s but is now usually grown in its climbing form.
Book  (1993)  Page(s) 227.  Includes photo(s).
 
('Pompom de Paris') A China that is now classed as a Miniature. There is also a climbing form. Used by Ralph Moore as one of his first breeding stocks. Flowers continuously. Height: 60 cm (2 ft.) Some scent.
Book  (Jun 1992)  Page(s) 34.  
 
Pompon de Paris Miniature China. [Author cites information from different sources.]
Book  (1991)  Page(s) 9.  
 
Pompon de Paris and Rouletii are so alike -- bright pink, hardy and easy to grow -- that they have frequently been confused with each other... The difference is that 'Pompon de Paris' tends to grow much leggier than 'Rouletii'...
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