ROSE

In the Rose section of the site are presented articles that refer to all aspects of cultivated rose plants and roses. The species, cultivars and varieties of rose are described, systematic botanical classification and their conventional taxonomy are given, their characteristics are highlighted and the pests and diseases of the plant are recorded. It also information, advice and instructions provided for the cultivation of each species and type of rose, as well as for its exploitation by floriculture, gardening and landscape architecture.

Aloha Rose (Climbing Hybrid Tea – Modern Roses)
The Fragrance Pink Flower of Aloha Rose

Aloha Rose (Climbing Hybrid Tea – Modern Roses)

Aloha Rose belongs to climbing hybrid tea roses and is classified in Modern Varieties. It is another historical Rosa variety, not only because it was released in 1949, but also because of its exceptional breeder Eugene Boerner, the so-called Papa Floribunda.

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The Multicolour Rosa Peace Hybrid Tea Rose
Rosa Peace Flower - Credits: Manuelmanteiga

The Multicolour Rosa Peace Hybrid Tea Rose

Rosa Peace Hybrid Tea Rose is another historical variety of this wonderful shrub. And it is indeed a historical variety for three very well documented reasons: 1. It is the first Rose of Tea Hybrids that has shown vigor in growth and high resistance to diseases 2. It is the first rose that made the same blossom characteristically different in color during its development

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Reine des Violettes Rose (Old Garden Roses)
The Fragant Flower of Reine des Violettes Rose

Reine des Violettes Rose (Old Garden Roses)

Reine des Violettes Rose belongs to glorious and historical Hybrid Perpetual Roses, that is, it is ranked in the Old Garden Roses. It saw the light of this world the distant 1860 and to this day still remains a rose worthy admiration.

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Black Baccara Hybrid Tea Rose – The Black Roses
The Black Rose of Black Baccara

Black Baccara Hybrid Tea Rose – The Black Roses

Black Baccara Hybrid Tea Rose belong to Hybrid Tea Roses (what a surprise!). Apart from its honorable ranking in the large family of hybrid roses, it still has a great privilege: thanks to the deep dark red color of its flower, it is called black rose.

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