Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Alba Rosen, Rosas Alba, Rosier blanc, Alba Rose, Alba Roses - Rosa alba

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Alba Roses (W3)

Die Bezeichnung engl. "Alba Roses" verweist auf die Farbe der Blüten: weiß bis hellrosa (zu lat. "albus" = dt. "weiß"). Die schon seit der Antike bekannten "Alba-Rosen" gehen wahrscheinlich auf "R.x damascena x R. corymbifera" zurück.

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Definition of alba rose


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[From The Rose Garden (Tenth Edition), by William Paul, p. 253:]

The Alba or White Rose... although forming but a small group, the extreme delicacy and surpassing beauty of the flowers, which are chiefly of white, blush, flesh, and pink hues, make them a highly popular one... The upper surface of the leaves of the true Alba has a whitish appearance, beneath which is shown an intense green... The Alba Rose ranges over the middle of Europe and was introduced in 1597.

[From Gardening with Old Roses, p. 24:]

Another ancient group, the Albas, emerged as a cross between R. damascena and R. canina. They have distinctive and very attractive grey-green foliage, flower in early summer in shades from white to pink, and are worth trying in difficult places in shade or where tree roots invade mercilessly.
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"Alba Roses": The third ancient group, hybrids between a rose of the "R. canina" section such as "R. mollis" and "R. gallica", or possibly a "Damask". Alba roses are always white or pale pink flowered, sweet scented, with bluish leaves. They make large bushes up to 2.5 m, with rather few thorns.


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Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Alba Roses" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1850 auf.

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Alba Roses

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Alba Roses

A class that dates back to the Middle Ages. Their flowers are restricted to pink, blush and white, but they have a delicate beauty and are set off to perfection by grey-green foliage. Albas are among the hardiest of roses, requiring the minimum of attention and thriving under the most difficult conditions; withstanding partial shade better than most roses. They are almost completely disease free. Little pruning is required.

| Alba Maxima | Amelia | Belle Amour | Blush Hip | Celestial | Félicité Parmentier | Maiden's Blush | Mme Legras de St. Germain | Pompon Blanc Parfait | Queen of Denmark


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Alba Roses

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From Brent Dickerson: "As is so often the case with roses, the precise origin of the Alba group is much debated; possibly "R. canina x R. damascena", or "R. corymbifera x R. gallica", or . . . ?
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Alba Roses

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Alba Roses are large, vigorous, free branching, well foliated, rose bushes that are winter hardy and shade tolerant. The Alba shrubs flower once yearly in the spring with blossoms of white to mid pink, and the blooms are double to very double. The growth habit and intoxicating perfume of the Alba rose assure a deserving place in the garden for these varieties. All Albas are non-recurrent, but bloom abundantly in the early part of the season when established.


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Alba Roses

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The roses : Ancient Roses, pre Chinese influence : Alba

Alba roses: The section


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Alba Roses

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Alba Roses are hybrids whose antiquity may go back further than the Roman Empire. Pliny, who lived from 23-79 A.D., mentioned white roses in his Natural History. Botanists believe these roses may have been Albas.

Graham Thomas supports Dr. C. C. Hurst's theory that Albas are derived from the dog rose, "Rosa canina", and the Damask rose, "Rosa damascena". (More on this can be found in The Graham Stuart Thomas Rose Book).
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List of Alba Roses Featured on this site:


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Photo Gallery of Alba Roses


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Albas and Hybrid Albas


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Alba Roses

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The 'White Rose of York'. An ancient European, probably a hybrid between Rosa Damascena and a form of Rosa Canina. Available in the following very fragrant varieties, which are mostly stalwart erect shrubs of great garden value with elegant foliage of a notable greyish hue, particularly in the variety Celestial. Pruning is as for Gallica Roses.


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