Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
RE Reunion, Reunión, La Réunion, Riunione, Réunion
Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose

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Bourbon Queen - Rose

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Bourbon Queen - Rosa bourboniana


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Bourbon Queen


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Bourbon Queen, Queen of Bourbons, Queen of the Bourbons (Mauget, 1834)


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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenwiki.de/index.php/Bourbon_Queen


(E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/b_duftrosen.htm#bourbon_queen


Bourbon Roses (W2)

Die "Bourbon Rosen" scheinen sehr widerstandsfähig zu sein. Immerhin wurden sie auf der Insel Reunion im Indischen Ozean, deren früherer Name "Bourbon-Insel" ("Ile Bourbon") war, als Schutzhecke benutzt.

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Bourbons represent the link between Old and Modern Roses.
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Mossy Bourbon Roses


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Bourbon Roses
Before the opening of the Suez Canal (1871) the "Ile de Bourbon", now "Reunion", east of Madagascar, was an important stopping point for French ships sailing between the Far East and Europe. By 1817, R. chips had been grown there, as had the Autumn Damask from Europe, and they were apparently planted together as mixed hedges. A French botanist, M. Breon, noticed an intermediate between the two types in such a hedge and moved it to his botanic garden whence seeds were sent to M. Jacques in Paris. He raised from them the original "Bourbon rose", which was painted by Redout6 in i824. It had semi-double, bright pink flowers, good scent inherited from the Damask, and good autumn flowering. The Bourbon roses were bred by crossing this original Bourbon with Gallica and Damask hybrids.


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History of the Bourbon roses

"Bourbon Roses" are named for the "Ile Bourbon", now called "Reunion", in the Indian Ocean, where they traditionally are supposed to have originated from a natural cross between the China "Parsons' Pink" and the red "Tous-les-Mois", a Damask Perpetual, two roses which were used as hedge material on the island.

(This, however, is an area of hot dispute in almost every particular.)

Seeds of this plant, and cuttings of the plant, showed up in Paris in 1819 and 1821 respectively. The way in which the virtues of its disparate parents were combined made these new roses popular, and after ten years of largely unsuccessful attempts, good new Bourbons began to come out of the breeding grounds in the 1830's. In the best of them, vigor was combined with floriferousness, and beauty with fragrance. A typical Bourbon will have the arching growth harkening back to its Damask ancestors, with the lush flowers and fragrance from much the same source; but it will also have a strong tendency to rebloom from the China ancestor, as well as a certain often subtle influence of the China flower form. Bourbons, however, are often not typical at all, and range from the arching growth just mentioned to the very dwarf, China-like growth of the cultivar "Hermosa", indeed one of the oldest Bourbons still available (it had shown up by 1835). They range in color from deep reds through pinks to blush and white. The easygoing charms of the Bourbons have returned them to the forefront of popularity among today's old rose people, though very few were introduced after 1900; their original heyday was the period 1830-1850. "Souvenir de la Malmaison", "Reine Victoria", "Louise Odier", "Gloire des Rosomanes", "Mme. Isaac Pereire", "Acidalie", "Boule de Neige".


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Bourbon Roses The section

Bourbon roses take their name from the "Île de Bourbon", now called "Réunion", near Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. In the days before the Suez canal was opened this was an important port of call for French ships returning from the Far East. The story goes that R. x damascena var. semperflorens and the China rose ‘Parson’s Pink China’ were planted in hedges on the island and their hybrid was found in a hedge and taken into gardens. From here seeds were sent to Paris by a botanist, M. Breon, where they were grown by M. Jacques, gardener to Louis Philippe, and named ‘Rosier de l’Ile de Bourbon’. This first Bourbon, introduced in France in 1823, is now seldom seen, though it was a reliable autumn flowerer with a wonderful scent. Crossed with Tea and China roses, it contributed to a new group of roses, often tall, well scented, and usually flowering in autumn as well as in summer.
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Photo Gallery of Bourbon Roses

| Capitaine Dyel de Graville | Charles Lawson | Commandant Beaurepaire | Ferdinand Pichard | Frau O. Plegg | Honorine de Brabant | Maggie | Mlle Blanche Lafitte | Mme d'Enfert | Mme Pierre Oger | Parkzierde | Président Gausen | Reine Victoria | S. de Mme Bruel Levet | Variegata di Bologna | Venus


Bourbons (W3)

Die Bourbonen bestimmten einige Jahrhunderte lang die französische Geschichte. Die Bezeichnung "Bourbon" geht auf ein Schloss "Bourbon-l'Archambault" im Département Allier zurück, das im Jahr 1272 durch Heirat in den Besitz der Kapetinger kam. Das daraus hervorgehende französische Herrscherhaus der "Bourbonen". Heinrich IV. bestieg im Jahr 1589 den französischen Thron. Die Hauptlinie regierte in Frankreich bis 1792 und 1814-30; sie erlosch 1883.

Die Rosenklasse "Bourbons" wurde nach der Insel "Reunion" benannt, die von 1649 bis 1793 als "Île Bourbon" bezeichnet wurde.

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Pays Bourbon : Circuit 2
AUTOTOUR - Les Bourbons et l'Église : En l’an 920, Aimard fait don à l’abbé Bernon de Cluny de sa « villa » de Souvigny et de son église, qui devient une dépendance de l’abbaye bourguignonne. C’est le début du rayonnement spirituel des Bourbons dans la
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Pays Bourbon : Circuit 4
AUTOTOUR - L'âge d'or des ducs de Bourbons : Découverte de la vie artistique du duché, foisonnante grâce au mécénat des ducs pendant deux siècles…
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Pays Bourbon : Circuit 5
AUTOTOUR - Les Bourbons d'hier à aujourd'hui : L’influence de la lignée des Bourbons fut telle qu’on en trouve des extensions dans les familles royales d’Europe… qui ne connaît pas le pays Bourbon connaît au moins son nom, emprunté par un célèbre whis
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Bourbons 1589 1791 / 1815 - 1830


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Habsbourg et Bourbons 1556 - 1808


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Bourbons après Napoléon - 1814 - ...


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Duché de Parme : Bourbons - Parme 1749 - 1859


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Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals and Chinas


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RÉSULTATS de votre recherche concernant l'expression/mot « Bourbons »:

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Bourbons


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Bourbons d’Espagne


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Chronologie des Bourbons de 1589 à 1787


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Généalogie des Bourbons


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An alleged chance cross between Autumn Damask and a china resulted in the bourbon class. Bourbons are a varied class. Most are repeat-blooming plants from 2 to 15 feet tall, with fragrant, full, and often quartered blooms. They were popular from the mid to late 1800's. "Souvenir de la Malmaison" (1843) and "Louise Odier" (1851) are two popular varieties in this class and are great show roses.


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Sous les Bourbons


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(E6)(L1) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/rbclass.html


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/ClassBourbon.php


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Bourbons and Hybrid Bourbons

About Bourbons Bourbon/Bourbon Hybrids featured:


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Les Bourbons. Henri IV-Louis XIV


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Les Bourbons. Régence - Louis XVI


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Bourbons & Hybrid Perpetuals


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Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Bourbon Roses" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1830 auf.

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Le Rosier de l'Île Bourbon - Rose

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Queen of Bourbons - Rose

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R. bourboniana - Rose

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Erstellt: 2012-06

Reine de l'Île Bourbon - Rose

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