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'Camaïeux' rose References
Book  (Nov 1994)  Page(s) 30.  Includes photo(s).
 
Vibert, France, 1830. Not a strong grower. 3 feet, somewhat arching growth, few prickles.
Book  (Sep 1993)  Page(s) 101.  Includes photo(s).
 
Gallica. One of the few Gallicas that needs cosseting, for it is a rather small, weak bush except in the best of conditions. Flowers: double, fragrant, striped in pink and white. The name comes from interior decorating. A fabric is said to be "en camaieu" if it is decorated with motifs in a single color on a blending or contrasting ground. Thought to have come from Vibert c. 1830.
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 71.  
 
Gallica (OGR), mauve, 1830. Flowers white and pale rosy purple, striped, dbl., well-shaped; very fragrant; vigorous, rather dwarf growth.
Book  (Feb 1993)  Page(s) 43.  
 
Camaieux Gallica. Parentage: unknonw. France 1830. Description... The striking white flowers are striped with crimson, pink, lilac and grey as the flowers ages...
Book  (1992)  Page(s) 326.  
 
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Book  (1992)  Page(s) 19.  
 
Gallica shrub; mix of crimson-purple, lilac grey and blush; blooms of medium size, semi-double; not remontant; growth shrubby, 32 x 32 in (80 x 80 cm), not robust; good scent. Vibert 1830. OGR
Book  (1991)  Page(s) 140.  Includes photo(s).
 
Height: 4 ft. Spread: 3 ft. White flowers heavily splashed and striped with crimson, fragrant. As the flowers mature, the stripes fade, first to magenta and then to soft lilac-grey. A relatively weak growing plant.
Book  (1987)  Page(s) 127.  
 
(description) Slightly taller than 'Rosa Mundi.' Invasive. The colour is a pale pink, so heavily striped with purple-shaded carmine that it gives the impression of being a deep toned flower though this varies a little according to the season.
Book  (Dec 1985)  Page(s) 154.  Includes photo(s).
 
Vibert, France, 1830. Parentage unknown. Flowers: double, pale pink blooms striped purplish-crimson changing with age to a pleasing mixture of lavendar and purple. Arching stems. Short. 3' x 3'.
Book  (1984)  Page(s) 37.  
 
‘Camaïeux’: galliques. Introduit par Vibert en 1830… feuillage vert persil… D’abord le fond blanc carné des pétales se ligne et s’éclabousse d’un cramoisi clair qui, vite se recouvre d’un violet pourpré qui, tout aussi vite, passe au magenta. Mais il arrive que juste avant le flétrissement, ce n’est pas du magenta qui marque le blanc, mais un gris lilacé pâle! Ce fascinant spectacle ne dure que quelques jours... Cette description a trait au clone français et anglais, mais il existe un clone allemand originaire de la roseraie de Sangerhausen dont les couleurs sont mieux différenciées et dont les fleurs durent plus longtemps.
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