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'Eclair de Jupiter' rose References
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 379.  
Jupiter, Eclair de (noisette) ? ? ; scarlet, outer petals shaded violet, large, 3/4-full, growth 7/10, climbing.
Jupiter, Eclair de (HP) ? ? ; pink, shaded glossy garnet-purple, 3/4-full, growth 7/10, climbing
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 230.  
Eclair (bourbon) ? ? ; vivid bright red
Book  (1899)  Page(s) 58.  
Eclair de Jupiter, HR, rose ombré groseille
Eclair de Jupiter, noisette, écarlate
Book  (1880)  Page(s) Annex, p. 43.  
hybrid perpetual, Éclair de Jupitère, vivid red with silky purple gloss, large, full.
Noisette, Éclair de Jupitère, inside fiery carmine, reverse shaded violet, large, almost double, very beautiful
Website/Catalog  (1853)  Page(s) 15.  
Autumnal Roses.
Noisette Roses.
Eclair de Jupiter—light vivid crimson, outside of petals have a plum-like bloom
Book  (1848)  Page(s) 124.  
The Rose de Rosomène.
5. Eclair de Jupiter; flowers light crimson scarlet, the claw of the petals white, large, and semi-double; form, cupped. A fine Pillar Rose, blooming in clusters. Very showy.
Magazine  (2 Jan 1847)  Page(s) 6.  
Meine Rosenflor im Jahre 1846, (Vom Herrn Dr. Wapnitz zu Mainz.)
D. Noisettrosen...
Eclair de Jupiter. Eine recht gute, karmoisins farbige Rose. 

My rose blooms in 1846, (From Dr. Wapnitz in Mainz)
D. Noisette roses ...
Eclair de Jupiter. A quite good, crimson coloured rose.
Book  (1847)  Page(s) 257.  
Eclair de Jupiter, Noisette, is a very distinct pillar rose, of most luxuriant habit. Its flowers are cupped, semi-double, and large. The inside of thepetals is of alight vivid crimson, and the outside of a peculiar whitish appearance, as if powdered.
Book  (1846)  Page(s) 203-4.  
The Noisette Rose.
In Eclair de Jupiter we have a very remarkable variety, with large flowers like those of the Bourbon rose Gloire de Rosomène, of the most brilliant crimson, at least, the inner side of the petals is of that colour, but the reverse is of a most peculiar glaucous hue, as if powdered. Although only semi-double, this is a splendid rose; in habit vigorous, like the above Bourbon rose.
Website/Catalog  (1845)  Page(s) 20.  
Noisette Roses, (Rosa indica var. Noisetteiana.)
830. Eclair de Jupiter,...cupped...vivid crimson, large and fine...
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