Website/Catalog (1938) Page(s) 11.
Aglaia [Multiflora] (P. Lambert 96). In large clusters, light yellow, later cream-white, fine tea-like fragrance; early bloom, very vigorous. (Multiflora X Rêve d'or).
Book (1936) Page(s) 6.
Aglaia (Mult.) Lambert 1896; R. multiflora X Rêve d'or; light greenish yellow, fades to cream, small, quite double, flat, large clusters up to 100, fragrance 5/10 (Tea rose), free-blooming, growth 8/10, climbing habit, 3-5m. Sangerhausen
Book (1936) Page(s) 764.
Yellow Rambler (multiflora) = Aglaia
Book (1936) Page(s) 597.
Rambler, Yellow (multiflora) = Aglaia.
Website/Catalog (1936) Page(s) 1.
Aglaia Multiflora. Jaune canari clair [light canary yellow]
Book (1933) Page(s) 157.
AGLAIA. P. Lambert, 1896. Multiflora. This is the Yellow Rambler of the nursery "plate-book" salesmen. Thousands of people have been deluded into purchasing it for a yellow climbing rose. Instead, it has clusters of pretty white flowers, faintly tinged with sulphur-yellow in the bud. All yellow ramblers are tender.
Book (1930) Page(s) 394.
Aglaia. (P. Lambert 1896.) R. multiflora x Rêve d'Or.
Bloom 4 ½ cm across, quite well double, cup form, first greenish yellow, then passing to light yellow and cream-white, fine fragrance, in large pyramidal trusses. Vigorous shrub, produces 3 to 4 m long canes with few prickles, has pretty glossy light green foliage and blooms floriferously already early June.
Website/Catalog (1927) Page(s) 91.
Climbers...Aglaia (1896), light yellow, blooms in large trusses, fine tea-like fragrance. 1 piece M 1.-, 10 pieces M 8.-, 100 pieces M 65.-
Website/Catalog (1924) Page(s) 56.
Climbing roses...Yellow and orange...Aglaia, greenish yellow
Magazine (24 Jun 1922) Page(s) 333.
"Some Early-Flowering Ramblers."
Climbing Roses seem to be extra vigorous this season, in contrast to the dwarf kinds, which, apparently, found the hot, dry summer of last year too exhaustive of their energies, and old plants especially seem much weakened in consequence. The foliage and growth of climbers are strong and healthy, whilst the flower trusses also are extra vigorous. [...]
Aglaia is very free on old established plants. The small, creamy yellow blooms develop in big clusters, which have long stalks.