'Blush Cluster' rose References
Book (Nov 1994) Page(s) 154.
Blush Noisette Noisette. Philippe Noisette (US) prior to 1817. Description... creamy lialc-pink... It was grown by Tom Smith of Newry as 'Blush Cluster', and Mrs. Gore called it 'Flesh-coloured Noisette'...
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 87. Includes photo(s).
Blush Noisette (Rosa x noisettiana, 'Rosier de Phillipe Noisette') Noisette. Phillipe Noisette (Charleston, South Carolina) 1815. Description... pale pink flowers... a hybrid of R. moschata and a China Rose that came from the garden of John Champney, a local rice grower... the first frost-hardy, repeat flowering climber, and has proved an important parent for other roses. Parentage: 'Champney's Pink Cluster' x unknown
Book (Jul 1993) Page(s) 53-55. Includes photo(s).
Blush Noisette The first Noisette Rose... The flowers are almost double, small, Rambler like and cupped, and are held in tight clusters... lilac-blush...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 57.
Noisette (OGR), white, 1817, 'Champneys' Pink Cluster' Seedling; Noisette. Flowers pinkish white.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 96. Includes photo(s).
Book (1993) Page(s) 19.
The first recurrent Climbing Rose.
Book (1993) Page(s) 84. Includes photo(s).
A Noisette. Description. Noisette (France) 1817. Continuous flowering. Good disease resistance. Height: 6-15 ft. Good, clove-like scent.
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 206.
Blush Noisette ('Flesh-Coloured Noisette') Noisette, 1814. Noisette. Seedling of 'Champney's Pink Cluster'. [Author cites several sources.]
Book (1992) Page(s) 17.
Noisette shrub/climber; blush; bears clusters of many small double cupped blooms; growth climbing, up to 10 x 6 ft (3 x 1.8 m); dark leaves, smooth stems; moderate scent. Seedling of 'Champneys' Pink Cluster'. Noisette c. 1814. OGR
Book (1988) Page(s) 83. Includes photo(s).
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