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'Climbing Victor Verdier' rose References
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 729.  
Verdier, Climb. Victor (cl. HP) G. Paul 1871; sport of above [Victor Verdier of Lacharme]; climbing habit
Magazine  (7 Jan 1911)  Page(s) 11.  
Answers to Correspondents.
Perpetual-flowering climbing Rose
The following, in order of merit, are all good kinds that bloom early and late. Those kinds marked with an asterisk are not perpetual flowering, but are good late-flowering sorts, so that they can well be planted with perpetual-flowering varieties. Teas, Hybrid Teas and Hybrid Perpetuals: Gloire de Dijon, Ards Rover, Zepherin Drouhin, Climbing Mrs. W. J. Grant, François Crousse, Longworth Rambler, Climbing Testout, Climbing Victor Verdier, Mme. Alfred Carriere, W. A. Richardson, Aimée Vibert and Bouquet d'Or. Perpetual and late-flowering Polyantha and wichuraiana Roses: Perpetual Crimson Rambler, Alister Stella Gray, *White Dorothy, *Dorothy Perkins, Paul Transon, Trier, Belle Vischyoise [sic], Débutante, Alberic Barbier, Fairy, *Lady Godiva and *Hiawatha.
Book  (1907)  Page(s) 69.  
Autumn Flowering Climbing Roses. II. By Mr. George Laing Paul.

In the first place it will be well to record existing kinds which may be deemed worthy of inclusion in our list of Autumn Climbing Roses. Of the climbing Hybrid Perpetuals, Ards Rover, Brightness of Cheshunt (a much under-rated Rose, with fine foliage and pale scarlet fllowers), Climbing Frau Karl Druschki, Climbing Suzanne Marie Rodocanachi, a fine Pillar Rose, and Climbing Victor Verdier, are perhaps the best.
Book  (1899)  Page(s) 38.  
Climbing Victor Verdier, HR, G. paul, 1872, rose carminé
Website/Catalog  (1893)  Page(s) 94.  
Climbing Roses.
Climbing Victor Verdier.  Carmine rose, fine rose.
The last three are not climbers, like the more vigorous Baltimore Belle, but are very showy plants to clamber over a trellis, or other support, where their blossoms produce fine effects.
Large plants, 50 cents; $4.00 per doze
Website/Catalog  (1889)  Page(s) 20.  
Climbing Victor Verdier— Bright cherry red, large and well formed, free bloomer, strong habit.
Website/Catalog  (1889)  Page(s) 56.  
Hybrid Perpetuals.
Climbing Victor Verdier  Rosy carmine, very showy, strong grower.
Website/Catalog  (1888)  Page(s) 76.  
Hardy Roses.
Remontant or Hybrid Perpetual.  These bloom abundantly in June, and again moderately in Autumn, while a few varieties bloom freely during the Summer.  For general culture they are the most desirable.  
Price, 35 cents each.  Ten or more varieties, our choice, $3.00 per 10.
Victor Verdier...  Climbing, rosy carmine.
Book  (1885)  Page(s) 34.  
ROSA, Linn.; Rose.
Garden Varieties—
Climbing Victor Verdier; hybrid perpetual. Plant in Acclimatisation Society's Grounds, Bowen Park and in Brisbane Botanic Garden.
Website/Catalog  (1885)  Page(s) 67.  
Hybrid Perpetual Roses
Climbing Victor Verdier  Large bright rose, of robust habit, and makes a good climbing or pillar rose.
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