Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose
Kletter Rosen (mit starren Trieben), Rosas Enredadera, Rosiers Grimpants, Rosa Rampicante, Climbing Roses

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Climber roses

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Adam | Aimee Vibert | Alchymist | Alister Stella Gray | Allen Chandler | | Allgold Climber | Aloha | Altissimo | Anemone Rose | Antique | Ards Rover | Ashwednesday | Attleborough | Attleborough | Bantry Bay | Belle Lyonnaise | Belle Portugaise | Belle Vichysoise | Bettina | Blairii No. 1 | Blairii No. 2 | Blessings Climber | Blush Noisette | Bouquet d'Or | Breath of Life | Bright Ideas | Captain Christy | Casino | Cécile Brünner Climber | Céline Forestier | Champney's Pink Cluster | Chateau de Clos Vougeot | City of York | Claire Jacquier | Clarence House | Cloth of Gold | Columbian Climber | Compassion | Cooper's Burmese | Coral Dawn | Cramoisi Supérieur Climber | Creme de la Creme | Crépuscule | Crimson Glory Climber | Cupid | Danse de Feu | Danse des Sylphes | Della Balfour | Deschamps | Desprez à Fleurs Jaunes | Devoniensis | Dixieland Linda | Dublin Bay | Duchesse d'Auerstädt | Eden Rose '88 | Ena Harkness Climber | Etoile de Hollande Climber | Fashion Climber | Fortune's Double Yellow | Frau Karl Druschki Climber | Friendship of Strangers | Galway Bay | General MacArthur | Gloire de Dijon | Golden Dawn | Golden Showers | Guinée | Handel | Highgrove | Home Sweet Home Climber | Iceberg Climber | Ilse Krohn Superior | John Grooms | Josephine Bruce Climber | Karlsruhe | Kathleen Harrop | Keith Maughan | Lady Hillingdon Climber | Lady Sylvia Climber | Lady Waterlow | Lamarque | Laura Ford | Laura Louisa | Le Rêve | Leverkusen | Long John Silver | Louise d'Arzens | Maigold | Maréchal Niel | Martha | Mary Wallace | Masquerade Climber | Meg | Mermaid | Mme. Alfred Carrière | Mme. Bérard | Mme. Butterfly Climber | Mme. Caroline Testout Climber | Mme. Grégoire Staechelin | Mme. Jules Gravereaux | Mrs Aaron Ward | Mrs Herbert Stevens | Mrs Sam McGredy | New Dawn | New Dawn Red | New Dawn White | Niphetos | Notre Dame de Calais | Old Blush Climber | Open Arms | Ophelia Climber | Parade | Parkdirektor Riggers | Paul Lede | Paul's Lemon Pillar | Penny Lane | Perennial Blue | Picture Climber | Pink Perpétue | Pippin | Pleine de Grace | Pompon de Paris | Queen Elizabeth Climber | Ramona | Reine Marie Henriette | Reine Olga de Wurtemberg | Rêve d'Or | Réveil Dijonnais | Rosa anemoniflora | Rosa bracteatea | Rosy Mantle | Roundelay Climber | Royal Gold | Schoolgirl | Sénateur Amic | Shot Silk Climber | Silver Moon | Sir John Mills | Sir Paul Smith | Soldier Boy | Sombreuil | Souvenir de Claudius Denoyel | | Souvenir de Mme. Léonie Viennot | Souvenir du Docteur Jamain | Summer Wine | Summertime | Surpassing Beauty | Swan Lake | Talisman Climber | Tausendschon | Uetersen | Vicomtesse Pierre du Fou | Warm Welcome | White Cockade | William Allen Richardson | Wymondham Abbey | Zéphirine Drouhin


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Climbers, ramblers and scrambler roses


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climb (W3)

Engl. "climb" geht gemeinsam mit dt. "klimmen" zurück auf germ. "*klimbanan" = dt. "klammernd steigen". In der Verwandtschaft findet man dann auch dt. "klemmen" und den gemeinsamen Vorfahren ede. "*glem-" = dt. "zusammendrücken". Die Wurzel ide. "*glembh-" brachte weiterhin hervor: ahd. "klimban", mhd. "klimben" = dt. "klettern", engl. "clamber" = dt. "klettern", "steigen", aisl. "klembra" = dt. "drücken", "klemmen", dt. "Klammer", "Klempner", "Klumpen", "erklimmen".

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climb (v.)

Old English "climban" "raise oneself using hands and feet"; "rise gradually", "ascend"; "make an ascent of" (past tense "clamb", past participle "clumben", "clumbe"), from West Germanic "*klimbanan" "go up by clinging" (cf. Dutch "klimmen" "to climb", Old High German "klimban", German "klimmen"). A strong verb in Old English, weak by 16c. Most other Germanic languages long ago dropped the "-b". Meaning "to mount as if by climbing" is from mid-14c. Figurative sense of "rise slowly by effort" is from mid-13c. Related: "Climbed"; "climbing".

climb (n.)

1580s, "act of climbing," from "climb" (v.). Meaning "an ascent by climbing" is from 1915, originally in aviation.


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Title: 1811 Dictionary Of The Vulgar Tongue
Author: Grose, Francis, 1731?-1791

CLIMB. To climb the three trees with a ladder; to ascend the gallows.


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[climb] See: SOCIAL CLIMBER.

[climb on the bandwagon] See: ON THE BANDWAGON.

[climb the wall] {v. phr.}, {slang}, {informal} 1. To react to a challenging situation with too great an emotional response, frustration, tension, and anxiety. * /By the time I got the letter that I was hired, I was ready to climb the wall./ 2. To be so disinterested or bored as to be most anxious to get away at any cost. * /If the chairman doesn't stop talking, I'll climb the wall./

[on the bandwagon] {adj. phr.}, {informal} In or into the newest popular group or activity; in or into something you join just because many others are joining it. - Often used after "climb", "get", or "jump". * /When all George's friends decided to vote for Bill, George climbed on the bandwagon too./ See: JUMP ON THE BANDWAGON.

[social climber] {n.} A person who tries to mix with rich or well-known people and be accepted by them as friends and equals. * /People do not like Mrs. Brown very well; she is known as a social climber./ * /Social climbers are usually soon known and they are not accepted by those they run after./


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escalator effect
Posted February 25, 2008 .
escalator effect n.— «In the most likely outcome—a rise of 2.8 degrees Celsius by the turn of the century, according to the IPCC—400-550 birds could go extinct. If temperatures climb even more, that number would increase drastically. This is due in part to what the researchers call the “escalator effect.” Climate change can cause range shifts [...] read more »

dyno
Posted August 31, 2007 .
dyno v.— «Conquering Es Pontas entailed deep-water soloing, a climbing style fairly new to Sharma in which he would use no rope and rely on the water below to break his falls. Near the top of the climb was a 7-foot blank stretch, which he would have to jump, or dyno in climbing lingo, to complete [...] read more »

nuff-nuff
Posted July 4, 2007 .
nuff-nuff n.— «Rachel simplified for us: “If you’re chewing on your handlebars to stay in the break, you’re probably with good breakaway partners who will make the break stick.” Helen clarified: “Yes, and if you’re able to sing while you climb, then you’re riding with a bunch of nuff-nuffs.”» —“The Amber Rais diary 2007: Le Coupe du [...] read more »

scrambling
Posted March 28, 2007 .
scrambling n.— «They were doing what’s known as “scrambling,” or climbing without special gear—but were apparently doing so in a “no scrambling” area. Climbers are required to have a permit and proper gear if they climb above the ten-foot mark in the park.» —“2 Teens Fall At Garden Of The Gods” in Colorado Springs, Colorado KCNC-TV Mar. 26, 2007. (source: [...] read more »

chicken head
Posted December 22, 2006 .
chicken head n.— «While cleaning the nut Mutt[0] had placed where the climb goes back into the corner, I’m thinking “Man, I’m glad I didn’t lead that pitch, very airy and a nasty fall onto plate sized chicken heads.”…We can’t let it trail down since it could easily get caught on plentiful knobs and chicken heads [...] read more »

pamper pole
Posted October 11, 2006 .
pamper pole n.— «When Tully approached the Pamper Pole—a 25-foot pole with a one-foot square platform perched atop it—he was nervous, but willing. After the 25-foot climb to the top, Tully clambered onto the platform and just sat for a moment.…The helmeted, harnessed Tully stood upon the small platform and looked out toward a trapeze suspended [...] read more »

slackliner
Posted May 10, 2006 .
slackliner n.— «Rock climber and “slackliner” Dean Potter may have had his moment high atop famed Delicate Arch.…The park also has banned “slacklining”—defined as walking on flat nylon webbing or rope anchored between rock formations, trees or any other natural features.» —“Park tweaks rules after Delicate Arch climb” by Lisa J. Church in Moab Salt Lake Tribune (Utah) May 10, 2006. (source: [...] read more »

slacklining
Posted May 10, 2006 .
slacklining n.— «Rock climber and “slackliner” Dean Potter may have had his moment high atop famed Delicate Arch.…The park also has banned “slacklining”—defined as walking on flat nylon webbing or rope anchored between rock formations, trees or any other natural features.» —“Park tweaks rules after Delicate Arch climb” by Lisa J. Church in Moab Salt Lake Tribune (Utah) May 10, 2006. (source: [...] read more »

flashpacker
Posted March 3, 2006 .
flashpacker n.— «Flashpacker is a fairly new term—not to be confused with a backpacker who strips naked or a photographer on the road—used to describe independent travellers who journey in style. It applies to adventurous men and women, usually in their 30s, who have established careers and money to burn—the kind of people who won’t just [...] read more »

Dust-Off
Posted February 16, 2006 .
Dust-Off n.— «You have only two weeks to go before you climb on that big silver Dust-Off and head back to the land of flushing toilets.» —by David H. Hackworth, Samuel L. Marshall Vietnam Primer Mar. 1, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary) read more »


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Climber roses (W3)

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How to Water Roses. Whether you've planted climber roses or simple bush roses, all roses have a distinct watering requirement. If you want to maximize your ...


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Climbing Roses

Engl. "Climbing Roses" sind Kletterrosen mit starren Trieben.

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Climbing Roses differ from Rambler Roses in that they have larger flowers, similar to other garden roses, usually held singly or in small groups, and generally have the ability to repeat flower after the first period of bloom. There are numerous classes, but for practical purposes we list them together.


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How to Winterize Climbing Roses. Winterizing your roses is an essential part of maintenance and helps ensure healthy, vigorous growth over the years.


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How to Plant Climbing Roses. Part of the series: Growing Roses. Planting a climbing rose is just like planting every other rose, and the gardener needs to make ...


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How to Prune Climbing Roses. Climbing roses are actually trained to grow up a trellis or other support system -- they don't climb on their own. They have one or ...


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How to Prune Climbing Roses. Part of the series: Growing Roses. Climbing roses want to get tall, but pieces can be moved around an pinned with twist ties that ...


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How to Deadhead Climbing Roses. Climbing roses are trained to trellises or espaliers to provide a cascade of blooms and foliage along these structures.


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How to Prune Iceberg Roses. Iceberg roses are one of the oldest and most beautiful of the climbing roses. The blooms are so white, they are almost blinding.


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Climbing Roses (See also Ramblers) (See Catalogue)

Many roses are natural climbers, and several of those e.g. "R. gigantea", "R. chinensis" and "R. moschata" are important ancestors of modern roses. Furthermore, it has been noted that the gene for climbing is dominant over the dwarf (or bush) gene. Therefore it is not surprising to find many climbing Hybrid Teas and Floribundas; some of them arose as seedlings, others as sports of normal roses, such as "Climbing Iceberg". Many of these climbing sports are summer flowering only, others have some later flowers. More recent large-flowered climbers, many raised by McGredy, are regularly repeat flowering.


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Sport: A spontaneous mutation that generates new characteristics in a rose stem. Many climbing roses are sports of bush roses. Other common sports include changes in color and petal count. Some sports are stable and can lead to the introduction of a new rose. Others are fleeting and will quickly revert back to the parent.


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Climbers (Cl) and Ramblers Climbing roses are just roses that have a very vigorous growth habit. Roses do not actually "climb" in the sense that other plants do; they do not twine, have tendrils or stickum. Instead they sometimes hang onto something because of their prickles (thorns) catch and dig in.


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Climbers (Cl) and Ramblers

Climbing roses are just roses that have a very vigorous growth habit. Roses do not actually "climb" in the sense that other plants do; they do not twine, have tendrils or stickum. Instead they sometimes hang onto something because of their prickles (thorns) catch and dig in.


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Climbing Roses and Rambler Roses

Climbing Roses differ from Rambler Roses in that they have larger flowers, similar to other garden roses, usually held singly or in small groups, and generally have the ability to repeat flower after the first period of bloom. There are numerous classes, but for practical purposes we list them together.

Climbing Roses

| A Shropshire Lad Climbing | Aimée Vibert | Alchymist | Alister Stella Gray | Allen Chandler | Aloha | Altissimo | Anne Dakin | Belle Portugaise | Blairii No. 2 | Blush Noisette | Bouquet d'Or | Breath of Life | Captain Christy Climbing | Cécile Brunner Climbing | Céline Forestier | Champney's Pink Cluster | Château de Clos Vougeot Climbing | Christine Climbing | Claire Jacquier | Cloth of Gold | Constance Spry Climbing | Creme de la Creme | Crepuscule | Crimson Glory, Climbing | Crown Princess Margareta Climbing | Cupid | Desprez A Fleur Jaune | Dizzy Heights | Dortmund | Easlea's Golden Rambler | Ena Harkness Climbing | Etoile de Hollande, Climbing | Falstaff Climbing | Fellemberg | Fortune's Yellow | Gertrude Jekyll Climbing | Gloire de Dijon | Gloriana | Golden Gate | Graham Thomas Climbing | Gruss An Teplitz | Guinée | Hero Climbing | Iceberg Climbing | James Galway Climbing | Kathleen Harrop | Lady Hillingdon Climbing | Lady Sylvia Climbing | Lady Waterlow | Lamarque | Laura Ford | Lawrence Johnston | Leander Climbing | Leverkusen | Maid of Kent | Maigold | Marechal Niel | Masquerade Climbing | Meg | Mermaid | Mme Abel Chatenay Climbing | Mme Alfred Carrière | Mme Butterfly Climbing | Mme Caroline Testout Climbing | Mme Edouard Herriot Climbing | Mme Grégoire Staechelin | Mme Jules Gravereaux | Mortimer Sackler Climbing | Mrs. Herbert Stevens, Climbing | Mrs. Sam McGredy, Climbing | Niphetos, Climbing | Norwich Pink | Ophelia, Climbing | Parkdirektor Riggers | Paul Lédé, Climbing | Paul's Lemon Pillar | Pompon de Paris, Climbing | Prince's Trust | Rêve d'Or | Reveil Dijonnais | Rosa brunonii | Scintillation | Sombreuil Climbing | | Souvenir de Mme Leonie Viennot | Spirit of Freedom Climbing | St. Swithun Climbing | Summertime | Teasing Georgia Climbing | Tess of the d'Urbervilles Climbing | The Generous Gardener Climbing | The Pilgrim Climbing | Vicomtesse Pierre de Fou | Warm Welcome | William Morris Climbing | Zéphirine Drouhin

Modern Climbers

| Aloha | Chris | Compassion | Danse de Feu | Golden Future | Golden Showers | High Hopes | Highfield | Leaping Salmon | New Dawn | Parade | Penny Lane | Pink Perpétue

Rambler Roses

| Adelaide d'Orléans | Aglaia | Albéric Barbier | Albertine | Alexandre Girault | Alida Lovett | Amadis | American Pillar | Auguste Gervais | Baltimore Belle | Belvedere | Bleu Magenta | Blush Rambler | Bobbie James | Crimson Shower | Débutante | Dentelle de Malines | Dorothy Perkins | Dr. W. Van Fleet | Dundee Rambler | Emily Gray | Euphrosyne | Evangeline | Félicité-Perpétue | Flora | Francis E. Lester | François Juranville | Gardenia | Gerbe Rose | Ghislaine de Féligonde | Goldfinch | Kew Rambler | Lady Godiva | Léontine Gervais | Little Rambler | Long John Silver | Lykkefund | Malvern Hills | Mary Wallace | May Queen | Minnehaha | Mme Sancy de Parabère | Mountain Snow | Open Arms | Paul Noël | | Paul's Scarlet Climber | Phyllis Bide | Pleine de Grâce | Princesse Louise | R. Helenae | R. Laevigata | R. Laevigata 'Cooperi' | R. Moschata | R. Moschata 'Princesse de Nassau' | R. Multiflora | | R. Rubus | R. Sinowilsonii | R. Soulieana | R. Wichurana | Rambling Rector | Rambling Rosie | René André | Rosa Anemone | Rosa Anemone 'Ramona' | Rosa arvensis | Rosa Banksiae Banksiae | Rosa Banksiae Lutea | Rosa banksiae normalis | Rosa bracteata | Rosa brunonii 'La Mortola' | Rosa filipes 'Brenda Colvin' | Rosa filipes 'Kiftsgate' | Rosa Mulliganii | Rose-Marie Viaud | Russelliana | Sanders' White | Seven Sisters' Rose | Snow Goose | Super Dorothy | Super Elfin | Super Excelsa | Super Fairy | The Albrighton Rambler | The Garland | Thelma | Treasure Trove | Veilchenblau | Venusta Pendula | Violette | Wedding Day |


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Rose pruning: climbing roses


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Climbing Roses and Rambling Roses

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The roses : Climbing Roses and Rambling Roses


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The roses : Climbing Roses and Rambling Roses : Large Flowered Climbers post 1950

| 'Aelita' | 'Alchemist' | 'Alec's Red' | 'Alessa' | 'Aline' | 'Altissimo' | 'America' | 'Antike 89' | 'Arielle Dombasie' | Aschermittwoch | 'Aurora' | 'Autumn Sunlight' | 'Balmain Climber' | 'Bantry Bay' | 'Benvenuto' | 'Berries 'n' Cream' | 'Best Wishes' Climbing | 'Bettina' Climbing | 'Blossomtime' | 'Bolero' | 'Breath of Life' | 'Brenda Colvin' | 'Burg Baden' | 'Butterscotch' (Climbing) | 'Cadenza' | Campanile | 'Carina' | 'Casa Blanca' | 'Cascade' | 'Casino' | 'Cassandre' | 'César' | 'Chaplain’s Pink Companion' | 'Charles Mallerin' Climbing | 'Charleston' Climbing | 'Cherryade' | 'Christine' | 'City of York' | 'Clair Matin' | 'Colette' | 'Colonia' | 'Compassion' | 'Constance Spry' | 'Copenhagen' | 'Coral Dawn' | 'Coral Satin' | 'Cordon Rouge' | 'Crème de la Crème' | 'Crested Sweetheart' | 'Crimson Cascade' | 'Danny Boy' | 'Danse des Sylphes' | 'Danse du Feu' | | 'Décor' | 'Delbard’s Orange Climber' | 'Della Balfour' | 'Descanso Pillar' | 'Diablotin' | 'Domaine de Courson' | 'Don Juan' | 'Dream Weaver' | 'Dreaming Spires' | 'Dublin Bay' | 'Dynamite' | 'Elizabeth Harkness' | 'Ena Harkness' | 'Etendard' | Étude | 'Exploit' | 'Fandango' | First Prize Climbing | 'Flame Dance' | 'Fourth of July' | 'Freisinger Morgenrote' | 'Fugue' | GAINESVILLE GARNET | 'Galway Bay' | 'Gold Badge' Climbing | 'Gold Bunny' Climbing | 'Golden Future' Climbing | 'Golden Jubilee' | 'Golden Septer' | 'Golden Showers' | 'Grand Hotel' | 'Handel' | 'Harlekin' | 'Hélène Marechal' | 'Highfield Climbing' | 'Iceberg' Climbing | 'Ilse Krohn Superior' | 'Intervilles' | 'Jazz Climbing' | 'Josephs Coat' | 'Kassel' | 'Kir Royal' | 'Lace Cascade' | 'Lawinia' | 'Leaping Salmon' | 'Linderof' | 'Looping' | 'Lybelle' | 'Maigold' | 'Manita' | 'Masquerade' Climbing | 'Meg' | 'Messire Delbard' | 'Mme Solvay' | 'Mon Jardin et Ma Maison' | 'Morgengruss' | 'Morning Jewel' | 'Neige Rose' | 'Odette Joyeux' Climbing | 'Parade' | 'Parure d’Or' | 'Pearly Gates' | 'Pele' | 'Penny Lane' | 'Perpetually Yours' Climbing | 'Phare'' | 'Pierre de Ronsard' | 'Pink Cloud' | 'Pink Perpetue' | 'Pink Powderpuff' | 'Pink Summer Snow' | 'Pink Wonder' Climbing | 'Pinkie' | 'Polka' | 'Porthos' | 'Ramira' | 'Red Parfum' | 'Regensberg' Climbing | 'Renae' | 'Rhonda' | 'Roberta Bondar' | 'Rosarium Uetersen' | 'Rosenfest' | 'Rote Flamme' | 'Royal Gold' | 'Royal Porcelain' | 'Royal Sunset' | 'Salammbo' | 'Santa Catalina' | 'Schneewaltzer' | 'Schoolgirl' | 'Secret Garden Musk Climber' | 'Shadow Dancer' | 'Sir Cedric Morris' | 'Soaring Flight' | 'Soraya' Climbing | Sorbet | 'Sourire d’Orcheidée' | 'Sparkling Scarlet' | 'Summer Wine' | 'Sun Flare Climbing' | 'Surpassing Beauty of Woolverstone' | 'Suzon' | 'Suzy' | 'Swan Lake' | 'Tenor' | 'The Impressionist' | 'Tiffany' Climbing | 'Tradition 95' | 'Tropicana' Climbing | 'Twilight Mist' | 'Valenciennes' | 'Viking Queen' | 'Waiheke' | 'Waltz' | 'White Cockade' | 'Winifred Coulter' Climbing |


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The roses : Climbing Roses and Rambling Roses : Large flowered climbers up to 1950

| 'Alberic Barbier' | 'Albertine' | 'Alexandre Girault' | 'Alida Lovett' | 'Allen Chandler' | 'Aloha' | 'Amy Johnson' | 'Apotheker Georg Höfer' | 'Apricot Glow' | 'Ards Rover' | 'Auguste Gervais' | 'Auguste Roussel' | 'Blanche Frowein' | 'Blaze' | 'Bouquet d’Or' | 'Breeze Hill' | 'Captain Haywood' | 'Captain Thomas' | 'Chaplins Pink Climber' | 'Chastity' | 'Château de Vaïre' | 'Christine Wright' | 'Christopher Stone' Climbing | 'City of York' | 'Climbing American Beauty' | Climbing 'Celeste' | Climbing 'Mrs Henry Winnet' | 'Colcestria' | 'Columbia' | 'Cooper’s Burmese' | 'Coralie' | 'Coupe d'Or' | 'Crimson Conquest' | 'Cupid' | 'Dr W Van Fleet' | 'Dr Huey' | 'Easlea's Golden Rambler' | 'Edgar Andreu' | 'Edmond Proust' | 'Elegance' | 'Emily Gray' | 'Emmanuella de Mouchy' | 'Étoile de Hollande' | 'Etoile de Portugal' | 'Euterpe' | 'Fontanieres' | 'Fortune’s Double Yellow' | 'Fortuniana' | 'François Poisson' | 'General John Pershing' | 'General MacArthur' Climbing | 'Gerbe Rose' | 'Glenn Dale' | 'Gloire de Dijon' | 'Golden Glow' | 'Golden Vision' | 'Guinée' | 'Gwen Nash' | 'Harry Maasz' | 'Henri Barruet' | 'High Noon' | 'Indra' | 'J Otto Thilow' Climbing | 'Jean Lafitte' | 'Jonkheer' | 'Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria' Climbing | 'Kathleen Harrop' | 'Kew Rambler' | 'Kitty Kininmonth' | 'La France Climbing' | 'Lady Sylvia' | 'Lady Waterlow' | 'Lawrence Johnston' | 'Le Rêve' | 'Léontine Gervais' | 'Long John Silver' | 'Louis Rödiger' | 'Lucy Waterer' | 'Margaret Turnbull' | 'Marguerite Carels' | 'Mary Wallace' | 'Masquerade' | 'Mercedes Gallan' | 'Mermaid' | 'Mikado' | 'Miss Helyett' | 'Mme Butterfly' Climbing | 'Mme Caroline Testout' (Climbing) | 'Mme Edouard Herriot' | 'Mme Grégoire Stæchelin' | 'Mme Isaac Periere' | 'Mme Jules Bouche' Climbing | 'Montecito' | 'Monthly Rambler' | 'Mrs Aaron Ward' | 'Mrs Arthur Curtiss James' | 'Mrs Henry Bowles' | 'Mrs Hugh Dettman' | 'Mrs Pierre S duPont' | 'Mrs Rosalie Wrinch' | 'Nancy Hayward' | 'New Dawn' | 'Ophelia' | 'Oriental Climber' | 'Pasadena Tournament' (Climbing) | 'Paul Lédé' | 'Paul Noël' | 'Paul Transon' | | 'Paul's Lemon Pillar' | 'Paul's Perpetual White' | 'Paul's Scarlet Climber' | 'Peter Rosegger' | 'Phyllis Bide' | 'Picture' Climbing | 'Pink Mermaid' | 'Poema' | Polstjärnan | 'President Herbert Hoover' Climbing | 'Président Vignet' | 'Pride of Reigate' Climbing | 'Primevère' | 'Professor Ibrahim' | 'Red Talisman' Climbing | 'Reine Marie Henriette' | 'Renée Danielle' | 'Réveil Dijonnais' | 'Romance' | 'Romeo' | 'Rudolf von Bennigsen' | 'Rusalka' | 'Santa Anita' | 'Schoener’s Nutkana' | 'Senateur Amic' | 'Shot Silk' | 'Silver Moon' | 'Slavia' | 'Snowbird' (Climbing) | | 'Souvenir de Mme Boullet' Climbing | 'Summer Snow' (Climbing) | 'Sunday Best' | 'Sungold' | 'Surpassing Beauty' | 'Thor' | 'Titian' | 'Venusta Pendula' | 'Vicomtesse Pierre de Fou' | 'Waltham Bride' | 'Wedding Day' | 'White Dawn' | 'Windermere' | 'Winsome' | 'World’s Fair' Climbing | 'Zéphirine Drouhin' |


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The roses : Climbing Roses and Rambling Roses : Ramblers and small flowered climbers

| 'Adélaide d'Orléans' | 'Aglaia' | 'Albéric Barbier' | 'Alexandre Girault' | 'America' | 'American Pillar' | 'Amethyste' | 'Anatole de Montesquieu' | 'Apple Blossom' | 'Apricot Glow' | 'Ardon' | 'Aristide Briand' | 'Asta von Parpat' | 'Auguste Briarde' | 'Avenir' | 'Aviateur Blériot' | 'Baltimore Belle' | 'Bambou Rose' | 'Bennett’s Seedling' | 'Bess Lovett ' | 'Betty Sherriff' | 'Birdie Blye' | 'Blatenskà Kràlovna' | 'Bleu Magenta' | 'Bloomfield Abundance' | 'Bloomfield Courage' | 'Blush Rambler' | 'Bobbie James' | 'Bocca Negra' | 'Bonnie Prince' | 'Bordeaux' | 'Buttercup' | 'Buttermere' | 'Caroline Bank' | 'Caroubier' | 'Cato' | 'Cels Multiflora' | 'Charlotte Kemp' | 'Chevy Chase' | 'Cooper's Burmese' | 'Coral Creeper' | 'Coronation' | 'Crimson Conquest' | 'Crimson Rambler' | 'Crimson Rambler' x 'Veilchenblau' | 'Dawson' | 'De Candolle' | 'De la Grifferaie' | 'Debutante' | 'Desire Bergera' | 'Diabolo' | 'Donau' | 'Donna Marie' | 'Dorothy Perkins' | 'Dr W VanFleet' | 'Dr Reymont' | 'Dr Zamenhof' | 'Edmond Proust' | 'Edna Walling Rose' | 'Eisenach' | 'Electra' | 'Elisa Robichon' | 'Ernest Dechant' | 'Etain' | 'Ethel' | 'Evangeline' | 'Excelsa' | 'Félicité et Perpétue' | 'Fernande Krier' | 'Fiamma-Nera' | 'Flora' | 'Flower of Fairfield' | 'Fragezeichen' | 'Francois Foucard' | 'François Guillot' | 'François Juranville' | 'Frau Albert Hochstrasser' | 'Frau Eva Schubert' | 'Frau Helene Videnz' | 'Frau Liesel Brauer' | 'Frau Liesel Brauer' | 'Frau Marie Weinbach' | 'Fräuline Octavia Hesse' | 'Frederic S. Peck' | 'Freifrau van Marschall' | 'Futtacker Schlingrose' | 'G. F. Veronica' | 'Gardenia' | 'Garisenda' | 'Gartenstadt Leignitz' | 'Gem of the Prairies' | 'General Testard' | 'Ghislaine de Feligonde' | 'Gilda' | 'Goldfinch' | 'Goldstern' | 'Graf Zeppelin' | 'Grafin Marie Henriette Chotek' | 'Gruss an Hannover' | 'Gruss an Zabern' | 'Guirlande d'Amour' | 'Helene' | 'Herman Schmidt' | 'Hiawatha' | 'Himmelsauge' | 'I. X. L.' | 'Ile de France' | 'Jacobite' | 'Janet B. Wood' | Jean Girin | 'Jean Lafitte' | 'Jeanne Richert' | 'Jersey Beauty' | 'Jessica' | 'Jitrenka' | 'Johanna Röpcke' | 'Joseph Billard' | 'Josephine Ritter' | 'Jules Levacher' | 'Karl Schneider' | 'Kde Domov Muj' | 'Kew Rambler' | 'Kiese' | 'Kiftsgate' | 'King Midas' | 'L’Heritierana' | 'L’Orléanaise' | 'La Fraicheur' | 'La Mortola' | 'La Perle' | 'Lady Gay' | 'Lady Godiva' | 'Lauré Davoust' | 'Lauré Soupert' | 'Leontine Gervais' | 'Leopold Ritter' | 'Leuchstern' | 'Long John Silver' | 'Louis Sauvage' | 'Louis’ Rambler' | 'Luciano del Bufalo' | 'Luscens Erecta' | 'Lykkefund' | 'Lyon Rambler' | 'Madeleine Lemaire' | 'Madeline Selzer' | 'Malvern Hills' | 'Maria Liesa' | 'Maria Lisa' | 'Marie Jeanne' | 'Maxime Corbon' | 'May Lovett' | 'May Queen' | 'Micurin' | 'Minnehaha' | 'Mme Alice Garnier' | 'Mme Charles Yojerot' | 'Mme d`Arblay' | 'Mme de Sancy de Parabère' | 'Momo' | 'Mosel' | 'Mountain Snow' | 'Mrs F. W. Flight' | 'Neige d’Avril' | 'Newport Fairy' | 'Non Plus Ultra' | 'Open Arms' | 'Oriflamme' | 'Paul Kadolozigue' | 'Paul Noël' | 'Paul’s Himalayan Musk Rambler' | 'Pearl' | 'Pemberton’s White Rambler' | 'Perle von Britz' | 'Peter Lambert' | 'Pink Roamer' | | 'Porceline de Chine' | 'Pretty Pink' | 'Princesse Marie' | 'Purezza' | 'Purpurtraum' | 'Queen Alexandra' | Queen of the Prairies | 'Rambling Rector' | 'Raspberry Ripple' | 'René André' | 'Roby' | Rosa banksiae 'Lutea' | Rosa multiflora 'Carnea' (Thory) | Rosa multiflora 'Cathayensis' | 'Rose Marie Viaud' | 'Royal Scarlet Hybrid' | 'Ruga' | 'Russelliana' | 'Sander’s White Rambler' | 'Sargent' | 'Sázawa' | 'Seagull' | 'Seven Sisters' | 'Shower of Gold' | 'Sir Cedric Morris' | 'Snowdrift' | 'Snowflake' | 'Source d’Or' | Spectabile | 'Splendens' | 'Splendid Garland' | 'Stella' | 'Summer Joy' | 'Super Dorothy' | 'Super Excelsor' | 'Sylt' | 'Taunusblumchen' | 'Tausenschön' | 'Tea Rambler' | 'Thalia' | 'The Beacon' | 'The Garland' | 'The Lion' | 'The Wallflower' | 'Thelma' | 'Theodora Milch' | 'Toby Tristram' | 'Treasure Trove' | 'Tricolore' | 'Troubador' | 'Una' | 'Veilchenblau' | 'Venusta Pendula' | 'Vicomtesse de Chabannes' | 'Violette' | 'Violette' | 'Vltava' | 'Wartberg' | 'Weetwood' | 'Weisse New Dawn' | 'White Dorothy' | 'White Mrs Flight' | 'White Tausendschon' | 'Wichmoss' | 'William C. Egan' | 'William's Evergreen' | 'Windermere' |


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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
UK Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
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Beales, Peter
Classic Roses
An Illustrated Encyclopaedia and Grower's Manual of Old Roses, Shrub Roses and Climbers

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Sprache: Englisch
Taschenbuch - 500 Seiten - Harvill Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2005

Sprache: Englisch
Gebundene Ausgabe - 454 Seiten - Henry Holt & Company
Erscheinungsdatum: 31. Dezember 1998
Auflage: Revised

Synopsis
This rose encyclopaedia provides a comprehensive history and a useful manual for all rose growers and rose lovers. It identifies and describes all the species, cultivars and varieties that have stood the test of time, including the Ancient China teas, the York and Lancaster roses, the Provence and Bourbons, and the humble and hardy rugosas. A major part of this work is the grower's guide to the buying, propagation, feeding and pruning of old roses and important hybrids, shrub roses and climbers. There is also details of where old roses can best be seen around the world. Peter Beales is the author of "Twentieth-Century Roses" and "Roses: An Illustrated Encyclopaedia".

Beales, Peter (Autor)
An Illustrated Encyclopaedia and Grower's Handbook of Old Roses and Modern Roses, Shrub Roses and Climbers

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Taschenbuch: 480 Seiten
Verlag: The Harvill Press; Auflage: 2nd Revised edition (18. Mai 1992)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung

This contains "Classic Roses" and "Twentieth-Century Roses" in one volume. It covers the history of the rose, in the landscape, in shrubberies, in woodland, and in the garden, as well as their cultivation. It contains a dictionary of roses, a study of viruses, scent guides and garden plans.


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