'Jacques Cartier' rose References
Book (Nov 1994)
p45. 'Jacques Cartier'. Moreau-Robert, France, 1868. Compact and erect habit with plenty of light-green leaves, the terminal leaflet exceptionally long and narrow. Sepals often pronouncedly foliaceous. Flowers very full, quartered and with button eyes. Very fragrant. 5 feet.
This rose has been, and still is, confused with 'Marquise Bocella' of 1842. However, since this is described as "very pale," "flesh coloured," and a dwarf grower, I feel confident that 'Jacques Cartier' is the correct name.
Gibson, Plate 17.
Thomas, 1991, pages 130, 131
Book (Nov 1993) Page(s) 28.
Jacques Cartier One of the best known Portland roses bred in France in the 1860s
Book (Sep 1993) Page(s) 226. Includes photo(s).
Jacques Cartier ('Marquise Boccella') [Macoboy says it's a Portland.] It seems that the great French explorer is to be dethroned. Someone has decided that the rose which we have all been admiring under his name is not the 1868 Moreau & Robert introduction, but an 1842 introduction from Desprez of Angers called 'Marquise Boccella'... the autumn blooms are especially abundant. Parentage: 'Baronne Prévost' x 'Portland Rose'.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 265.
[Listed under 'Jacques Cartier'] Portland (OGR), light pink, 1868, Moreau-Robert. Flowers clear rose, center darker. Due to confused labeling, the rose now grown as 'Jacques Cartier' must be exhibited as 'Marchesa Boccella' in American Rose Society rose shows.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 353.
Hybrid Perpetual (OGR), light pink, 1842, ('Marquise Boccella'; 'Marquise Boçella'); Desprez. Flowers delicate pink, edges almost blush, full, compact, large; petals smaller but more numerous than othe rHybrid Perpetuals; flower stems stiff, erect; dwarf, robust habit.
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 265.
Jacques Cartier Portland, clear rose, center darker, 1868, Moreau-Robert. Description. Due to confused labeling, the rose now grown as 'Jacques Cartier' must be exhibited as 'Marchesa Boccella' in American Rose Society rose shows.
Book (Feb 1993) Page(s) 79. Includes photo(s).
Jacques Cartier Portland. Parentage unknown. France 1868. Description and cultivation... flowers: clear pink fading to paler pink at the edges...
Book (1993) Page(s) 80.
[Under 'Jacques Cartier'] Portland. Description. Very similar to 'Comte de Chambord'. Flowers: clear pink with a button eye. Light green Damask Rose foliage. Rich fragrance. Height 3 1/2 ft. Moreau-Robert (France) 1868.
Book (1993) Page(s) 83. Includes photo(s).
Book (Jun 1992) Page(s) 21.
('Jacques Cartier') Dickerson lists this under Damask Perpetuals and says the raiser is Moreau-Robert, 1868. Further, he states there is some confusion between this variety and the shorter 'Marquise de Boccella' [for which he has a separate entry, included in this page]. Descriptive information from primary sources.