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Noisette Rosen, Noisettianas, Rosiers Noisette, Noisette Rose, Noisette roses - Rosa noisettiana

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Noisette

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Noisettes and close relative roses


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Hybrid Noisette (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/glossary.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=166

[From The Rose Garden (Tenth Edition), by William Paul, p. 252:] "Hybrid Noisettes" are a combination of the "Provence (Centifolia) rose" and the "Noisette rose".

[From The Rose by H. B. Ellwanger, pp.215-216:] ...the "Hybrid Noisette" family ... may be divided into two sections. The original variety, "Madame Récamier", was sent out by Lacharme in 1853. Nothing more is known of the origin ... other than that one of the parents is supposed to have been a "Noisette rose" ... The flowers are of medium size, and of circular, very beautiful form. Though devoid of fragrance, the flowers are freely produced from June throughout summer ... In 1860, Lacharme sent out "Madame Gustave Bonnet", the second division of "Hybrid Noisette" family. This variety, the originator claims, was produced from seed of "Blanche Lafitte" (Bourbon), fertilized by "Sappho" (Portland) ... they have no fragrance ...


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

Engl. "Hybrid Noisette" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1840 auf.

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Noisette Perpetual (W3)

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[From The Rose Garden, by William Paul, p. 278:] a sub-class of "Hybrid Perpetuals"

[Ibid, p. 337:] These Roses are the offspring of crosses between the "Noisette" and "Hybrid Perpetual"; they are hardy and free, blooming late in the year. The individual flowers are of medium size and produced in clusters.

HelpMeFind Tip: To generate a list of Noisette Perpetual roses, try doing a CUSTOM SEARCH for Class = Noisette Perpetual.


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Noisette Roses The section

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Noisette Roses The section

Noisettes combine the scent and late flowering of the cultivated musk rose "R. moschata", with the large flowers of the Teas and Chinas. The original ‘Blush Noisette’ has masses of small double, pale pink flowers; later varieties were raised with larger flowers.

Noisettes originated in North America, around Charleston in South Carolina. The ancestral rose, ‘Champneys’ Pink Cluster’ was raised in around 1802 by rice farmer John Champneys, and its supposed parents were a form of R. moschata pollinated with ‘Parson’s Pink China’. ‘Champneys’ Pink Cluster’ is apparently still in existence; it is a climber, bearing large sprays of loosely double flowers.
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Triomphe des Noisettes

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Triomphe des Noisettes


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Noisette

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Noisette

The first Noisette rose was raised as a hybrid seedling by a South Carolina rice planter named John Champneys. Its parents were the China Rose "Parson's Pink" and the autumn-flowering musk rose ("Rosa moschata"), resulting in a vigorous climbing rose producing huge clusters of small pink flowers from spring to fall. Champneys sent seedlings of his rose (called "Champneys' Pink Cluster") to his gardening friend, "Philippe Noisette", who in turn sent plants to his brother Louis in Paris, who then introduced "Blush Noisette" in 1817. The first Noisettes were small-blossomed, fairly winter-hardy climbers, but later infusions of Tea rose genes created a Tea-Noisette subclass with larger flowers, smaller clusters, and considerably reduced winter hardiness. Examples: "Blush Noisette", "Lamarque" (Noisette); "Mme. Alfred Carriere", "Marechal Niel" (Tea-Noisette). (See French and German articles on Noisette roses)
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