Types Of Garden Rose

Types Of Garden Rose – The many thousands of garden rose class and cultivars accessible all tumble within one of a categories below.

Old garden roses

1. Gallica: Probably a oldest rose type. Usually forms tiny shrubs around 1.2 m (4 ft) high with strong, honest expansion and many tiny fluffy thorns. Flowers operation from low pinkish to purple and have a gloomy fragrance.

2. Damask: Also ancient though some-more superb than a gallicas with open, bend branches, prolonged superb leaves and richly scented pinkish and purple flowers.



3. Alba: Closely associated to a furious dog rose (Rosa canina). Large noble shrubs, once famous as ‘tree roses’, with grey-green leaflet and soothing pinkish or white flowers.

4. Centifolia (Provence): Lax, open growth, vast dull leaves and globular flowers with a abounding fragrance.


R. centifolia

5. China rose: Much lighter in expansion than European roses, with skinny stems and meagre leaflet giving them a twiggy look.

6. Portland rose: Short, honest habit; beautiful, strongly scented flowers with a useful ability to repeat-flower.

7. Bourbon roses: Similar to Portland rose though some-more messy and taller.


Bourbon rose

8. Hybrid musk: Vigorous, repeat-flowering plant with abounding foliage
and trusses of perfumed double flowers.

9. Hybrid perpetual: Vigorous, infrequently repeat-flowering; flowers borne simply or in threes in summer and fall.

10. Moss rose: Lax plant with furry, moss-like expansion on stems and calyx.
Flowers once only.


Noisette rose

11. Noisette rose: Repeat-flowering with vast clusters of flowers and a
spicy scent.

12. Sernpervirens: Semi-evergreen traveller with countless flowers in
late summer.

13. Tea rose: Repeat-flowering shrubs and climbers with loose, usually
double, perfumed flowers.


Modern garden roses

1. Large-flowered brush (hybrid tea): Upright, repeat-flowering plant with a single, vast flower to a branch or in tiny clusters, summer to fall.

2. Cluster-flowered brush (floribunda): Upright, repeat-flowering plant with
large sprays of flowers, summer to fall.

3. Dwarf cluster-flowered brush (patio rose): Similar to cluster-flowered brush though with smaller, neater habit.



4. Miniature rose: Tiny reflection of vast and cluster-flowered roses.

5. Ground-cover rose: Low-growing trailing or swelling rose.

6. Modern plant rose: Varied group, trimming from low, mound-forming cultivars to swelling shrubs and giant, cluster-flowered bushes.

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ground-cover rose

Ground-cover roses