Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose
Noisette Rosen, Noisettianas, Rosiers Noisette, Noisette Rose, Noisette roses - Rosa noisettiana

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apictureofroses.com
Noisette Roses

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(E?)(L?) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/rose/L-168-noisette-noisettiana-maheca-rose-purple-red.htm

"Pink Noisette"
"R. noisettiana variety"
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Noisettiana purpurea"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "Rosier Noisette à fleurs rouges"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. noisettiana variety"
COMMON NAME "Pink Noisette"
OTHER NAMES "Purple Noisette", "Purpurea"
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Blush Noisette - Rose

Die "Noisette-Rosen" entstanden um 1802 in South Carolina, US, als Kreuzung zwischen der China Rose "Parson's Pink" und "Rosa moschata" (genannt "Champneys' Pink Cluster"). Der Reisanbauer "John Champneys" gab Sämlinge davon an an seinen Gartenfreund "Philippe Noisette", der einige davon an seinen in Paris lebenden Bruder "Louis Claude Noisette" weiter gab. Dieser verbreitete ab Jahr 1817 die "Blush Noisette" in Frankreich.

"Blush Noisette", "Rosier de Philippe Noisette", "Blush Cluster", "Flesh-coloured Noisette", "Rosa x noisettiana", Noisette (FR) 1825 "Noisetterose", Alte Rose lilarosa remontierend, fast dauerblühend, starker Gewürznelkenduft, fast stachellos. Die erste der sogenannten "Noisette-Rosen".

(E?)(L?) http://www.agel-rosen.de/Gartenrosen/Remontantrosen/Blush-Noisette-03809/




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094 Blush Noisette - R. noissettiana - Rosier de Philippe Noisette - Rosa Noisettiana


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"Blush Noisette"
"R. noissettiana"
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Noisettiana"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "Rosier de Philippe Noisette"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. noissettiana"
COMMON NAME "Blush Noisette"
OTHER NAMES "Phillipe Noisette Rose", "Blush Cluster", "Flesh-Coloured Noisette"
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(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/blush-noisette/

Blush Noisette - (Noisette) An attractive Noisette of gentle growth. Blush pink. Best left to form superb shrub. 18th century. One of the first Noisettes.


(E?)(L1) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=66

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Die ursprüngliche Noisetterose.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.frost-burgwedel.de/

Blush Noisette - Noisette


(E?)(L1) http://www.gartenfreunde.ch/de/rosen/rosenlexikon/noisetterosen.php

Rosa indica-noisetteana - Noisetterosen und ihre Hybridformen

Die erste "Noisetterose" entstand nicht etwa in Europa, sondern in Amerika. Insbesondere bei der Wuchs- und Blühfreudigkeit gelang hiermit der grosse Durchbruch bei den Kletterrosen. Angeblich experimentierte der Reisanbauer John Champney aus Charleston/Süd-Carolina Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts mit der Chinarose "Parson's Pink China", auch "Old Blush" genannt. Aus einer Kreuzung mit einer Moschusrose, "R. moschata", soll die Uhrform dieser Rosenklasse hervorgegangen sein, dessen vererbte Merkmale Kletterfreudigkeit und die wiederholte Blüte sind. Damals ein enormer Fortschritt in der Rosenzüchtung. John Champney schenkte den Sämling seinem Freund und Nachbarn "Philippe Noisette", einem französischen Einwanderer, der ihm seinerseits "Parsons Pink China" geschenkt hatte. Dieser nannte die Rose "Champneys' Pink Cluster", vermehrte sie und züchtete mit ihr auch weiter. Er schickte Samen und auch Pflanzen seinem Bruder nach Paris. Dieser gab dem ersten Sämling von "Champneys' Pink Cluster" den Namen "Rosier de Philippe Noisette", der später zu "Noisette" gekürzt wurde und als "Noisetterose" in den Handel kam. "Champneys' Pink Cluster" und ihr bekanntester Sämling, "Blush Noisette", gehören auch heute noch zu den beliebtesten Sorten dieser Klasse.
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Blush Noisette, Syn.: 'Rosier de Philpppe Noisette', 'Noisette Carnée', Sämling von 'Chapneys' Pink Cluster' entstanden um 1814, eingeführt um 1818
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(E?)(L?) http://www.graines-et-plantes.com/index.php?LaPlante=Rosa-x-Noisette-Blush-Noisette

Rosier grimpant x Noisette 'Blush Noisette'
Nom Latin : Rosa x Noisette 'Blush Noisette'
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(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/roses/view.asp?action=sbcn&catno=CLBLNO10

BLUSH NOISETTE - Climbing Roses
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Blush Cluster Flesh-coloured Noisette, Old Blush Noisette, R. indica noisettiana, Rosa indica noisettiana, Rosa indica var. noisettiana (Redouté), Reg Rosa x noisettiana Rosier de Phillipe Noisette
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(E?)(L?) http://nature.jardin.free.fr/1102/fbg_rosa_blush_noisette.htm

Nom commun : "Rosier Blush Noisette"
Nom latin : "Rosa Blush Noisette"(Louis Noisette, 1814)
NB : ce rosier a été peint pas Redouté sous le nom de "Rosa noisettiana".
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(E?)(L1) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/textindex.html

Blush Noisette 1817 - Noisette Kauri Creek, Katikati NZ Susan


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Strauchrose "Blush Noisette" ~ Rosa Hybr.


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Introduced by Noisette in 1825. One of the earliest of the Noisette roses, a seedling of 'Champneys' Pink Cluster'.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/RosePageNo.php?146


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosegathering.com/blushnoisette.html

Blush Noisette (Noisette, Noisette, 1817)
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I have recently read that there are two versions of 'Blush Noisette' grown in the United States. This information came from an article written by Rev. Douglas T. Seidel in the August 1999 issue of The Quarterly Rose Letter of the Heritage Roses Group.
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Um 1802 entstand in South Carolina eine Kreuzung aus "Rosa moschata" und "Old Blush" eine im Herbst noch einmal blühende Kletterrose: "Champney’s Pink Cluster". Philippe Noisette, Charleston, säte sie aus: "Blush Noisette" oder "Rosa x noisettiana". Sein Bruder, Louis Noisette in Paris, verbreitete "Blush Noisette" in Frankreich. Mit Kreuzungen der "Noisettiana" und der "Park’s Yellow Tea-Scented China" und dann weiteren Teerosen entstanden die Noisette-Rosen, die ersten öfterblühenden Kletterrosen neben den kletternden Teerosen, mit denen sie eng verwandt sind. Meist gelbliche Farbe, einige weiß oder hellrosa. Fast alle nur mit Winterschutz oder an geschützten Stellen im norddeutschen Klima.


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Blush Noisette


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


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/duftrosen.htm

"Blush Noisette", "Rosier de Philippe Noisette", "Blush Cluster", "Flesh-coloured Noisette", "Rosa x noisettiana", Noisette (FR) 1825 "Noisetterose", Alte Rose lilarosa remontierend, fast dauerblühend, starker Gewürznelkenduft, fast stachellos. Die erste der sogenannten "Noisette-Rosen". Kombinationen mit Clematis sehr schön - z. B. mit der Clematis Hybride "Ashva" (hellviolette Blüten mit rötlichen Streifen und einem gewellten Rand) oder der Clematis viticella Etoile Violette.


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"Noisette-Rosen", auch "Rosa indica noisettiana", entstanden als erste öfterblühende Kletter-Rosen Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts in den USA. John Champney züchtete, vermutlich aus "Rosa × chinensis 'Old Blush" und einer "Moschus-Rose", "Rosa moschata", die Sorte "Champney´s Pink Cluster". Sein Nachbar Philippe Noisette selektierte 1817 aus Sämlingen dieser Sorte "Blush Noisette", die der ganzen Rosengruppe ihren Namen gab. Durch spätere Einkreuzung von "Parks´ Yellow China" entstanden gelbe Kletter-Rosen, die heute noch beliebt sind.
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Blush Noisette, 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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countrycareroses.com
Gallery of Noisettes

(E?)(L?) http://www.countrycareroses.com/Roses/Noisettes/Noisettes.htm

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Photo Gallery of Noisettes


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Noisettes

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Noisette

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hortico.com
Noisette Roses

(E6)(L1) http://www.hortico.com/info/glossary1.htm

Noisette Roses (See Old Roses)

The forerunner of the "Noisette rose" was a hybrid between "R. moschata" and "Parson's Pink China" made by Champneys in 1802 in South Carolina and named "Champneys' Pink Cluster". It was a climber with bunches of semi-double pink flowers but summer flowering only like "R. moschata". Seeds of "Champneys' Pink Cluster" were raised by Phillipe Noisette in Charleston, and from these he selected "Old Blush" or "R. noisettiana" which was illustrated by Redouté in 1821. This, when crossed with "Park's Yellow China", produced the climbing yellow Noisettes such as "Desprez" a fleur Jaune, yellow "Tea roses", and finally, large-flowered climbers such as "Marechal Niel".


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Noisettes

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From Brent Dickerson:

"Just after 1800, John Champneys of Charleston, South Carolina, crossed a pink China (traditionally supposed to be "Parsons' Pink") with the Musk Rose "R. moschata", and obtained a large-growing shrub with clusters of lightly fragrant pink blossoms, "Champneys' Pink Cluster". A neighbor there, "Philippe Noisette", planted its seeds and grew a plant which was similar but dwarfer, and which had larger clusters of doubler flowers, "Blush Noisette". Philippe Noisette's brother happened to be a major French nurseryman in Paris, and it was through this latter that the rose found commercial release around 1815.
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The industrious French breeders soon went to work, and within ten years, there were more than a hundred Noisettes in the catalogs in colors from white to crimson-purple. The new yellow Tea showing up about that time, it was crossed with the Noisettes, with a result which fundamentlaly changed the Noisette group; the blossoms became larger, the clusters smaller, and the plants more Tea-like, with an inclination towards "climbing." The group reached its apogee or indeed apotheosis in 1853 with the release of one of the most beloved roses of all, the climber `Gloire de Dijon'.
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The seemingly final stage of Noisettes, returning them much to their original concept of multi-flowered shrubs, was coming with the development of the "Hybrid Musks" (comprising crosses between "Noisettes" and "Hybrid Teas", etc.) in the 1910's, 1920's, and beyond."




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phillipoliver.net
Noisettes

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rosefile.com
Noisettes

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rosegathering.com
Noisettes

(E?)(L?) http://www.rosegathering.com/blushnoisette.html

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Redouté painted the rose under the name of "Rosa noisettiana". There is more on the rose's historical information in my Noisettes section.
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Noisettes, Hybrid Noisettes and Tea-Noisettes


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosegathering.com/hybridnois.html

The Hybrid Noisette
Rosa Noisettiana Hybrida
Perpetual or Autumnal Roses
Henry B. Ellwanger 1882


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(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/noisetteth.html
Photo Gallery of Noisette Roses

Aimée Vibert | Alister Stella Gray | Bouquet d'Or | Céline Forestier | Jaune Desprez | Marie Dermar | Mme Alfred Carrière | Rêve d'Or | R. noisettiana

List of Noisettes, Hybrid Noisettes and Tea-Noisettes Featured on this site:

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weebly.com
Noisettes

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They were developed by John Champney who crossed "rosa moschata" with "Old Blush" (which was a gift from his French nurseryman neighbor Philippe Noisette). The first result was "Champney's Pink Cluster" (1802). Noisette was given seedlings from Champney and he developed "Blush Noisette" and sent them to his brother in France. The French eagerly experimented with breeding these roses and developed the noisette class. The first roses produced were shrubs but later, when the early noisette varieties were crossed with tea roses, beautiful climbers were produced and they remain the most popular in their class today. They are treasured for their delicate beauty, pastel colors and luscious perfume fragrance.




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