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'Madame Victor Verdier' rose References
Book  (May 1911)  Page(s) 101.  
"The Perfume of the Rose" By E. M. Holmes, FLS, FES
Since attempts will doubtless be made to imitate the perfume of the most popular scented roses, it may be of interest to direct attention to those in the several groups which are remarkable for their sweetness:
Of the Hybrid Perpetual or Damask rose group, the greatest favourite is, perhaps, General Jacqueminot [...] Victor Hugo is a similar rose, which flowers freely in the autumn. Other sweet-scented roses of this group are Alfred Colomb, Heinrich Schultheiss, Hugh Dickson, Lady Helen Stewart, Madame Victor Verdier, Oscar Cardel and Madame Isaac Pereire, Horace Vernet, Maurice Bernardin, Pierre Notting, Eugene Furst and Abel Carriere.
Magazine  (7 Jan 1911)  Page(s) 11.  
Answers to Correspondents.
Roses for August and September flowering — The following varieties are all sweetly fragrant and suitable to plant in your country cottage garden, where they would yield a fine display of bloom during the months of August and September: Climbers — Zepherin Drouhin, Hugh Dickson, Pink Rover, Grüss an Teplitz, Reine Marie Henriette, Noella Nabonnand, Sarah Bernhardt, J. B. Clark, Gloire de Dijon, Mme. Alfred Carrière, M. Desir and Johanna Sebus. Dwarf — Mrs. John Laing, Dupuy Jamain, General Jacqueminot, Mme. Victor Verdier, Dr. Andry, Mme. Abel Chatenay, General Macarthur, Mme. Isaac Pereire, Augustine Guinoisseau, Gustav Grunerwald, Mme. Jules Grolez, Pharisaer, Ulrich Brunner, Fisher Holmes, Louis van Houtte, Ella Gordon, Captain Hayward, Mme. Ravary, Dr. O'Donel Browne, Beauté Inconstante, La France, Laurent Carle, Marquise Litta, Richmond and Viscountess Folkestone.
Website/Catalog  (1911)  Page(s) 119.  
Hybrid Perpetuals...Red...Mad. Victor Verdier
Book  (1910)  Page(s) 192, 290.  
Page 192: Madame Victor Verdier among the best roses of the 1860s...
Page 290: Madame Victor Verdier Hybrid Perpetual; flowers rich bright cherry colour, very large, full, and of fine form; growth vigorous. A superb and most effective Rose. Introduced by M. Eugène Verdier in 1863.
Booklet  (1904)  Page(s) 22.  
Madame Victor Verdier (E. Verdier 1863). Clear light crimson; very large and full; beautiful form and style. One of the best. Vig. Exh. Gdn. 
Magazine  (Jun 1902)  Page(s) 84.  
Rosiers Mis au Commerce par Eugène Verdier.
Madame Victor Verdier: Hybride Remontant, 1863.
Book  (1902)  Page(s) 131.  
Hybrides Remontants. Groupe I. — Madame Victor Verdier
Ce groupe se rapproche beaucoup de celui des "Charles Lefebvre"; on dit communément des rosiers qui le composent que ce sont des "Général Jacqueminot" à bois lisse: ils sont très florifères, franchement remontants. Rameaux lisses, verts, aiguillons petits et rares; feuillage vert, moyen; fleur en coupe, floraison le plus souvent en corymbe; on y rencontre les coloris les plus variés, du rose au rouge pourpre noirâtre.
4357. Madame Victor Verdier... (E. Verdier 1859)... cramoisi clair.
Book  (1899)  Page(s) 117.  
Madame Victor Verdier, HR, E. Verdier, 1863, cramoisi clair
Website/Catalog  (1889)  Page(s) 57.  
Hybrid Perpetuals.
Madame Victor Verdier vivid carmine, large and full. 
Book  (1885)  Page(s) 35.  
ROSA, Linn.; Rose.
Garden Varieties—
Madame Victor Verdier; hybrid perpetual. Plant in Acclimatisation Society's Grounds, Bowen Park and in Brisbane Botanic Garden.
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