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'Madame Nérard' rose References
Book  (Dec 2000)  Page(s) 372.  
 
Mme. Nérard Bourbon. Nérard père 1838
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 509.  
 
Nérard (bourbon) ? ? ; soft pink, medium size, double
Nérard, Mme. (bourbon) Nérard 1838; silvery soft pink to flesh-white, shaded vivid, large, double, expanded, fragrance 7/10, growth 7/10
Book  (1880)  Page(s) Annex, p. 83.  
 
Bourbon. Madame Nerard, soft pink, shaded pale pink, large, very double, flat cup form, pleasant fragrance, good seed-bearer, beautiful.
Book  (1854)  Page(s) 275-277.  
 
Translation:
Perhaps one or the other lover of ever-blooming roses will thank me if I share the list of those I can recommend from personal acquaintance, regardless of age or novelty. Such are,...4) Ile Bourbon roses: Acidalie, Adelaïde Bougère, Agar, Anne Beluze, Antoine Lacaze, Appoline, Archevêque de Cambray, d'Artagnan, Astaroth, Athanase Coquerel, Augustine Lelieur, Augustine Margat, Augustine Petit, Aurore du guide, Beauté de Versailles , Beauté Lyonnaise, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Bouquet de Flore, Bréon, fiery crimson, splendid, Brissac, Camille Duclos, Cardinal de Cheverus, velvety purplish violet, Cardinal Fesch, light purple, splendid, Caprice, Carnée de Montmorency, Carnot, Celine Binard, Cendres de Napoléon, Centfeuilles, Cerisette, César, Césarine Souchet, Charlemagne, Charles Martel, Charles Desprez, Charles Souchet, Comice de Seine-et-Marne, Comice de Tarn-et-Garonne, Comte de Chambord, Comte de Colbert, Comte de Nanteuil, Comte de Rambuteau, Comtesse de Saint-Venant, Comtesse Paule de France, Coupe de Cynthie, Cytherée, de Candolle, Descemet, Descrivieux, Desgaches, Deuil de l'archevêque de Paris, Deuil de Louis-Philippe, Deuil du duc d'Orléans, Deuil de Robert Peel, Deux décembre, Docteur Caviole, Docteur Chaillot, Docteur Flandin, Docteur Hardouin, Docteur Leprestre, Docteur Rocques, Duc de Chartres, Duc de Gramont, Duc de Tarente, Duchesse de Normandie, Dumont de Courset, Dupetit-Thouars, splendid, Edwin Fuller, Emilie Courtier, Elisa Lemaire, Eugénie Bréon, yellowish flesh-colored, Eugénie Guinoiseau, Eugénie Grandet, Euphémie, Eulalie de la Falconnière, Etoile de France, Etoile du matin, Fair Bertha, Fafait, Faustine, Fédora, Felix Dorisy, Ferdinand Laffite, Flamboyante, Fléchier, Florifère, Gabrielle Marfan, General Taylor, General Hoche, Gloire d'Alger, Gloire des Brotteaux, Gloire de la Guillotière, Gloire de Moulins, Gloire des Rosomanes, although hardly half filled, le Grenadier, very fine, Guillaume le Conquérant, Hennequin, Henri Clay, Henri Lecoq, Henri Plantier, Hermosa, Hersilie, Ida Percot, Impératrice Elisabeth, Impératrice Joséphine, Jean Dorisy, John de Kminguy, Joseph Gourdon, Julie de Fontenelle, Julie de Loynes, porcelain white and of the most graceful form , Jupiter, deep violet, Jury, Justine, la Croix d'honneur, Lady Canning, la Favorite, Lady Montagne, la Garde, la Superbe, LichasLavinie d'Ost, le Camée, Levison-Gower, magnificent, Lord Gray, Louis Beluze, Léon Oursel, Louise Odier, Madame Angélina, yellowish flesh-colored, Madame Aubis, Madame Aude, Madame Calot, Madame Celina Capelle, Madame Cousin, Madame Desprez, Madame Edouard Dubreuil, Madame Helfenbein, Madame Hobetz, Madame Jourdan, Madame Jules de Malleville, Madame Lacharme, Madame Marie Dubourg, Madame Nérard, Madame Souchet, Madame Tripet, Madame Varangot, Mademoiselle Anne de Varange, Mademoiselle Blanche Laffite, Mademoiselle Caroline d'Erard, Mademoiselle Laure Dubourg, Mademoiselle Louise Lion, Mademoiselle Marie Brecy, Mademoiselle de Montesquieu, flesh white, splendid, Mademoiselle Silvie de Cillart, Mademoiselle Stella Rogery, Mandarin chinois, Manteau de Jeanne d'Arc, Maréchal de Villars, Maréchal du Palais, Margat jeune, Marguerite Hédouin, Marianne, Marie (obtained by Pradel), Marie Duleau, Marquis de Moyria, Marquis d'Ozeray, Marquise de Béthisy, Marquise d'Ivry, Marrast, Maxence Lefebvre, Méhul, Mélanie Lemariée, Menoux, Meris, Miroir de perfection, Mistriss Bosanquet, Mistriss Lane , Nadine de Keradec, Nadine Fay, Nadiska, Napoléon III., Neumann, Nicette, Nicolas Rollin, Ninon de l'Enclos, Oscar Leclerq, Parquin, Paul-Joseph, ponceau, purple and crimson, a magnificent flower at all, Pauline Girardin, Paxton , Pénélope, Pères de Clermont, Phénix, Pierre de Saint-Cyr, Pigeron, Portemer, violet purple, splendid, Pourpre Fafait, Pourpre de Tyr, Prémices des Charpennes, unspeakably beautiful, Prince Albert, Prince de Croy, Prince de Joinville, Prince de Salm, Princesse Clémentine, Proserpine, la Pudeur, la Quintinye, Rachel, Reine du Congrès, Reine des Iles-Bourbon, Reine des Vierges, difficult rising, Remond, Reveil, Rhodante, Scipion, Sépintarus, Souvenir de Désiré, Souvenir de la Malmaison, incomparable, also in terms of habit Souvenir de l'Arquebuse, Souvenir de l'exposition de Londres, Souvenir du quatre mai, Souvenir d'un frère, Souvenir de Dumont d'Urville, Souchet, Spartacus, Stanislas Dubourg, Souvenir d'Anselme, Sully, Surpasse Comice de Seine-et-Marne, Sidonie Dorisy, Toussaint-Louverture, Triomphe de Laduchère, Triomphe d'Oullins, Triomphe de Jena, Triomphe de la Guillotière, Triomphe de Plantier, Vicomtesse Fritz de Cussy, Velleda, Victoire Argentée, Victor Verdier, Vierge de Lemnos, Virgile, Virago, Vorace.
Magazine  (1851)  Page(s) 435.  
 
Société d'Horticulture de Paris ert Centrale de france. Vingt-Deuxième Exposition fe Fleurs, Fruits et Légumes...les 11, 12, 13 et 14 Septembre 1851, à l'Orangerie du Louvre....Catalogue...
M. Fontaine (François), horticulteur, rue de la Fontaine, 12, à Chatillon (Seine).- Roses coupées....
Iles Bourbon...Madame Nérard
Magazine  (Dec 1849)  Page(s) 316.  
 
"Superb Roses".
We scarcely need remark that all the best sorts of Roses are exhibited in competition at the London Floral Shows. From them we made selections of the very best, and also in looking over the collections in the principal Rose nurseries. We can strongly recommend to our readers the kinds we enumerate...
Bourbon Roses. Madame Nerard, flesh colour.
These roses may be trained to form pillar roses of six feet or less as desired, a strong turfy loam well enriched suits this class admirably, manure-water is beneficial. These roses bloom from June to December.
Magazine  (1848)  Page(s) 171.  
 
We extract from the Stray Thoughts on Roses [in the "Florist"], by Mr. Rivers, the following hints, which we are sure will prove acceptable to many, very many of our readers. It is relative to the proper grouping of the lovely family of the Bourbons. Very delicate growers and those of more vigorous habit, if planted on the same bed, as a matter of course, do not assimilate, and have a bad effect. In order to obviate this, the following roses are recommended for their similarity of habit, "grouping well:"—A beautiful bed of delicate blush roses may be formed of the following varieties :—Anne Beluze, Madame Nerard, Comtesse de Resseguier, and Reine du Congress.
Magazine  (1847)  Page(s) 308.  
 
Bourbon roses. Hardy. A very interesting class, of which the following are recommended: ... Madame Nerard. Delicate Blush.
Magazine  (1847)  Page(s) 170-171.  
 
We extract from the Stray Thoughts on Roses [in the "Florist"], by Mr. Rivers, the following hints, which we are sure will prove acceptable to many, very many of our readers. It is relative to the proper grouping of the lovely family of the Bourbons. Very delicate growers and those of more vigorous habit, if planted on the same bed, as a matter of course, do not assimilate, and have a bad effect. In order to obviate this, the following roses are recommended for their similarity of habit, "grouping well:"—A beautiful bed of delicate blush roses may be formed of the following varieties :—Anne Beluze, Madame Nerard, Comtesse de Resseguier, and Reine du Congress.
Book  (1847)  Page(s) 147.  
 
Madam Nerard is of a waxy blush or fawn colour ; this new variety is as perfect as any of the family, and will be a great favourite.
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