These are hybrids derived from a cross between R. moschata and 'Parson's Pink' ('Old Blush') which produced the cultivar, 'Champney's Pink Cluster'. The cross was performed by John Champney from Charleston, S Carolina, USA, in 1802 and seed of the new cultivar was raised by Philippe Noisette, also of Charleston, to produce some Noisette cultivars. Other seedlings have been raised since and crosses made with 'Park's Yellow China' to produce the Tea Noisette roses. They added new colour, especially yellow, to the climbing roses of their day.
Source: (2002). Rosaceae. In: . Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. Volume 3. Flowering plants. Dicotyledons. Part 2. The identification of garden and cultivated plants. University of New South Wales Press.
Flowers double, yellow with darker centres, strongly scented. Parentage unknown, raised a.h. Gray, uk, 1894.
Flowers in large clusters, semi-double, lilac pink, with prominent yellow stamens. 'Champney's Pink Cluster' seedling selected by Noisette, usa, c. 1825.
S pink cluster' Possibly the first Noisette, with clusters of semi-double to double flowers of pale pink suffused with deeper pink and highly scented. R. chinensis _ r. moschata, raised Champney, usa, c. 1802.
Flowers in large clusters, double, deep yellow, paling with age, pleasantly scented. Possibly r. multiflora _ a Tea rose, raised a. Bernaix, France, 1888.
Flowers double, pale yellow with darker centres, fragrant. A seedling selection of 'Lamarque' by Coquereau, France, 1843.
Flowers double, quartered, apricot, buff and gold, fragrant. A sport of 'Rêve d'Or' selected by A. Bernaix, France, 1888.
Flowers pure white, fragrant. 'Blush Noisette' _ 'Park's Yellow China', raised MarÃÂÂ©chal, France, 1830.
Flowers double, cream and yellow, highly fragrant. 'CrÃÂÂ©puscule' _ probably r. wichuraiana or hybrid r. luciae. Raised by Alister Clark, Australia.
Foliage coppery. Flowers prolific, double, buff to apricot. Sport of 'rÃÂÂªve d'Or' raised by Ducher, France, 1878.