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Moschata-Hybriden Rosen, Rosas Moschata Híbrido, Roses Moschata Hybride, Rose Moschata Ibrido, Moschata Hybrid Roses (sind keine Hybriden der Rosa Moschata!?)

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Hybrid Musk - Rose

Zu "Rosa moschata" und "Moschata Hybride", "Moschata-Hybride", "Moschatahybride" findet man widersprüchliche Aussagen. Wie es sich genau verhält, sollten die Experten einmal genau darstellen. Aber vielleicht weiss es ja niemand ganz genau.

Die Bezeichnung der Rosensorte "Moschata-Hybride" ist irreführend. Sie hat mit der Wildart "Rosa moschata", der echten "Moschusrose" nichts zu tun. Die "Moschata-Hybriden" gehen auf die 1913 von dem englischen Pfarrer und Rosenzüchter "Joseph Pemberton" eingeführte Rose "Moonlight" zurück. Auf Grund ihres Geruchs nannte man die Pemberton-Sorten "Hybrid Musk", das als "Moschata-Hybride" eingedeutscht wurde.

An der Kreuzung der "Moschata-Hybriden" sind die "Muliflora-Rambler" "Trier" und die Polyantharose "Marie Jeanne" und einige frühe "Teehybriden" beteiligt.

(E?)(L?) http://flowers.about.com/od/Flower-Galleries/tp/A-Gallery-Of-Rose-Types.htm

8. Hybrid Musk

Don’t let the simple blooms of hybrid musk blooms like this "Ballerina" variety fool you; as the name implies, they are full of satisfying fragrance.


(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/categories/roses/

Hybrid Musks

This useful group of roses evolved early in the 20th century. Their healthy, free-flowering habits make them useful, versatile shrubs. The flowers are borne in large clusters and are usually scented. Good for hedging, specimen and group planting.


(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/categories/roses/hybrid_musks/

Hybrid Musks


(E3)(L1) http://davesgarden.com/guides/terms/go/3418/

"hybrid musk rose": A modern hybrid group of roses, with long arching canes that can be trained to climb.


(E?)(L?) http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/search.php?q=Hybrid+Musk+Rose&Search=Search+PlantFiles

12,830 plants were found that matched your search terms.

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(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/english/searchlist.asp?stype=name&byname=Shrubs

Hybrid Musks



(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/search.lasso

Hybrid Musk (Shrub)
  • Ambiance pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1994
  • Andenken an Alma de l'Aigle lp Light Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1948
  • Autumn Delight w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1933
  • Ballerina mp Medium Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1937
  • Belinda mp Medium Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1936
  • Bishop Darlington ab Apricot & Apricot blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1926
  • Bloomfield Dainty my Medium Yellow, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1924
  • Bonn or Orange Red, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1950
  • Bridget ab Apricot & Apricot blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1996
  • Bubble Bath lp Light Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1980
  • Buff Beauty ab Apricot & Apricot blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1939
  • Callisto my Medium Yellow, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1920
  • Clytemnestra op Orange Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1915
  • Cornelia pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1925
  • Daisy May Rogers w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1996
  • Danae ly Light Yellow, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1913
  • Dancing in the Wind pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1995
  • Daphne lp Light Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1912
  • Darlow's Enigma w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub)
  • Daybreak my Medium Yellow, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1918
  • Doctor Robert Korns ab Apricot & Apricot blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1996
  • Erfurt pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1931
  • Eva rb Red blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1933
  • Felicia pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1928
  • Focus lp Light Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1984
  • Francesca ab Apricot & Apricot blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1922
  • Francis E. Lester w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1946
  • Grandmaster ab Apricot & Apricot blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1954
  • Gravin Michel d'Ursel ab Apricot & Apricot blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1994
  • Jacqueline Humery lp Light Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1995
  • Kathleen lp Light Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1922
  • La Bonne Maison pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1997
  • Lavender Lassie m Mauve & Mauve blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1960
  • Maaseik 750 pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1994
  • Maid Marion w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1930
  • Mendocino Gothic w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1993
  • Menja mp Medium Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1960
  • Moonlight ly Light Yellow, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1913
  • Mozart pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1937
  • Munchen dr Dark Red, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1940
  • Nur Mahal mr Medium Red, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1923
  • Nymphenburg op Orange Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1954
  • Pax w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1918
  • Penelope pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1924
  • Pink Prosperity lp Light Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1931
  • Prosperity w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1919
  • Queen of the Musks pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1913
  • Ravel pb Pink blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1988
  • Red Belinda mr Medium Red, Hybrid Musk (Shrub)
  • Reine Chabeau w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1994
  • Robin Hood mr Medium Red, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1927
  • Rosaleen dr Dark Red, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1933
  • Rostock lp Light Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub)
  • Sangerhausen dp Deep Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1938
  • Shelby Belogorsky w White & White blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1996
  • Skyrocket dr Dark Red, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1934
  • Thisbe ly Light Yellow, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1918
  • Vanity dp Deep Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1920
  • Verdi m Mauve & Mauve blend, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1984
  • Will Scarlet mr Medium Red, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1948
  • Wind Chimes mp Medium Pink, Hybrid Musk (Shrub) 1946



(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/glossary.php

Hybrid Musks


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=38

Hybrid Musks

Louis Lens is a name that's synonymous with Hybrid Musks. You'll find more information under Breeders: LENS and Suppliers: Louis Lens.

[From Climbing Roses, by Stephen Scanniello, p. 4:] Developed by the Reverend Joseph Pemberton in England during the early part of the 20th Century... small-flowered shrub roses that are everblooming and can be used as climbers... they are only distantly related to R. moschata.

[From Roses, by Eleonore Cruse, p. 9:] a group discovered at the beginning of the twentieth century by a clergyman, Joseph Pemberton, and developed by him and his gardeners... very remontant. These roses are descended from "Rosa multiflora", "Rosa x noisettiana" and "Rosa chinensis". However, "Rosa moschata", from which the group derives the word "musk" in its name, goes very far back in time.

[From Gardening with Old Roses, by Alan Sinclair and Rosemary Thodey, p. 35:] Hybrid Musk blooms tend to become paler as the flowers age... in warmer climates they frequently take on the dimensions of small climbers and are often treated as such...

[From Peter Schneider on Roses, by Peter Schneider, p. 147:] Although a few hybrid musks, including 'Robin Hood', display a compact habit, most are limber growers bearing huge clusters of small blooms... most are content in dappled shade. They are all repeat bloomers, and as a group have an excellent health record... Schneider discusses how they came to be named, refer to source for this information.

[From Fifty Favourite Roses, by Michael Gibson, p. 19:] the hybrid musks were a pretty mixed bag, being sold at first as hybrid teas. When entered as such in a show of the National Rose Society (not yet Royal) the then secretary would have none of this and the story goes that it was he who suggested the name hybrid musk simply because of the new roses' good scent...

[From Fifty Favourite Roses, by Michael Gibson, p. 55:] There is a saying that it does not matter what colour hybrid musks start out; they all end up white...

[From The Old Rose Adventurer, by Brent Dickerson, p. 362:] The Reverend J.H. Pemberton, in England, originated a group of varieties which he called Hybrid Musks. They are large bushes, in bloom more or less continuously, bearing flowers of varying size and doubleness, mostly white, pale pink, and pale yellow, in gigantic clusters.

[Ibid, p. 362:] The Musk strain was perpetuated in the everblooming climbers produced by Captain George C. Thomas, Jr., who used some of Pemberton's roses as parents in his early hybridizing work. His roses, or his earlier varieties at least, are continuous-blooming shrubs which are reasonably hardy. The flowers are mostly single, and although he introduced them as hardy everblooming climbers, they never really climb much or bloom freely after the early summer display.

[From Beautiful American Rose Gardens, by Mary Tonetti Dorra, p. 10:] Hybrid Musks... came on the scene in 1918 and were formerly called Pemberton roses after the English hybridizer Reverend Joseph Pemberton, who produced several of the earliest varieties... hardy to 15F, vigorous, disease-resistant, and profuse-blooming...


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/roses/

"Joyce Demits' Apricot Hybrid Musk"
Found Rose, Hybrid Musk. Apricot blend, cream blending. Medium to large, full (26-40 petals), borne mostly solitary, button-eye, flat, quartered bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. Height of up to 3' (up to 90 cm). Width of up to 4' (up to 120 cm). Joyce Demits.

Peach Hybrid Musk
Hybrid Musk. Apricot or apricot blend. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. USDA zone 6b through 9b (default).

Persian Musk Rose
Hybrid Musk, Noisette. White, pink shading. Small, semi-double (9-16 petals), cluster-flowered bloom form. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. USDA zone 5b and warmer. Height of up to 4' (up to 120 cm). Width of up to 10' (up to 305 cm). Ernest François Pissard (aka Pissart) (1879).

"Phil's Pink Hybrid Musk"
Found Rose, Hybrid Musk. Light pink. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. USDA zone 6b through 10b.

  • Ambiance® (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1994)
  • Aurora (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1928)
  • Belinda (Hybrid Musk, Bentall, 1936)
  • Bouquet Parfait® (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1989)
  • Bridget™ (Hybrid Musk, Clements, 1996)
  • Ceres (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1914)
  • Cornelia (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1925)
  • Cosmo (Hybrid Musk, 2000)
  • Daphne (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1912)
  • Day Break (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1918)
  • Daybreak (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1918)
  • Eponine (Hybrid Musk)
  • Eva (Hybrid Musk, Kordes, 1933)
  • Feeling (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1992)
  • Focus (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1984)
  • Fortuna (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1927)
  • Havering (Hybrid Musk, Bentall, 1937)
  • Kathleen (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1922)
  • Maid Marion (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1930)
  • Miriam (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1919)
  • Moonlight (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1913)
  • Paganini (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1989)
  • Pax (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1918)
  • Peach Hybrid Musk
  • Pearl (Hybrid Musk)
  • Phil's Pink Hybrid Musk
  • Pink Magic (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1991)
  • Poesie (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1982)
  • Puccini (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1984)
  • Queen Alexandra (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1915)
  • Queen Alexandra II (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1915)
  • Ravel (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1988)
  • Robin Hood (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1927)
  • Sissi Ketten (Hybrid Musk, Ketten, 1900)
  • Vanity (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1920)
  • Verdi (Hybrid Musk, Lens, 1984)



(E6)(L1) http://www.hortico.com/info/glossary1.htm

"Hybrid Musk Roses" (See Old Roses)

These roses were mostly raised by the Reverend "Joseph Pemberton", at Havering-atte-Bower in Essex, using the rose Trier, a hybrid between a "hybrid tea" and a seedling of Aglaia, which had the "musk rose" in its ancestry. Thus the name "Hybrid musk" is rather far-fetched though generally accepted. Pemberton crossed "Trier" with various "Hybrid Teas", producing several very beautiful, though sterile, seedlings; tall, repeat-flowering, scented shrubs, with large clusters of small flowers. Penelope (1923) and Felicia (1928) are well-known examples.


(E?)(L?) http://extension.illinois.edu/roses/kinds/hybridmusk.cfm

The hybrid musk roses came to us by way of England in the early 1900s. Hybrid musks are often overlooked as a class of rose for the garden, but they offer much. Hybrid musks are generally large (6+ feet) and have an arching habit. Most all are hardy to USDA zones 5-6. They have attractive leathery foliage and rebloom reliably through the summer in large trusses of small- to medium-sized flowers with a strong fragrance. Hybrid musks have outstanding disease resistance and are exceptionally tolerant of filtered shade, blooming well with as little as 5 hours of direct sunlight. Most can be used as pillar roses or as short climbers for walls and fences


(E?)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/musks/

Hybrid Musks

The "Hybrid Musks" are the result of Rev. "Joseph Pemberton"'s ambitious breeding work of the early part of the 20th century. The heritage of this class is a very mixed one, and in many ways it is deceptive to refer to them as "Hybrid Musks", as "R. moschata" didn't play a very big part in the developement of these roses.

The majority of them have the Multiflora Rambler "Trier" as a parent or grandparent. "Trier" is listed as being "Aglaia" ("R. multiflora" X "Rêve d'Or") X "unknown". As is the case with several of the Hybrid Musks, you can see there is a greater affinity to the Noisettes than the name suggests.
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One other major contributing parent was "Danaë", a cross of "Trier" and the deep pink Hybrid Perpetual, "Gloire de Chédane-Guinoisseau". There is no "R. moschata" present there.
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No matter what their genetic pedigree, ...
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  • Buff Beauty
  • Francesca
  • Penelope
  • Secret Garden Musk Climber



(E?)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/noisettes/

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The seemingly final stage of Noisettes, returning them much to their original concept of multi-flowered shrubs, was coming with the development of the "Hybrid Musks" (comprising crosses between "Noisettes" and "Hybrid Teas", etc.) in the 1910's, 1920's, and beyond."
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(E?)(L?) http://pickeringnurseries.com/antique.htm

"Hybrid Musks" are an exceptional group of roses, worthy of a place in any garden. They are all cluster flowered, rapid repeat bloomers and very fragrant. Being fairly modern varieties there is an extensive choice of colours and bloom shape. Some varieties produce large single petal blooms, others fully double blooms, and others trusses of small single petal blooms resembling a hydrangea. The growth habit is usually a mounding bushy form but some are upright and can be used as climbers. They're disease resistant, and will tolerate partial shade.


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/default~gid~7.asp


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/default~gid~152.asp

| Aebleblomst | Alden Biesen | Ambiance | Ausonius | Autumn Delight | Autumn Leaves | Ballerina | Bel Esprit | Belinda | Bishop Darlington | Bloomfield Dainty | Bonn | Bouquet Parfait | Brigitte de Villenfagne | Bubble Bath | Buff Beauty | Callisto | Ceres | Charmi | Clytemnestra | Cornelia | Danaë | Daybreak | Dr Robert Korns | Erfurt | Eva | Feeling | Felicia | Flash | Focus | Francesca | Francis E Lester | Francoise Drion | Gay Vista | Gravin Michel d'Ursel | Guirlande d'Amour | Heavenly Pink | Heideröslein | Jacqueline Humery | Kathleen | La Bonne Maison | Lavender Lassie | Lessing | Lichtkönigen Lucia | Lyda Rose | Maaseik | Maid Marion | Matchball | Menja | Mme d'Arblay | Moonlight | Moschata x Polyantha | Mozart | München | Neige d'Ete | Nur Mahal | Nymphenburg | Omi Oswald | Paul's Double Musk | Pax | Penelope | Pink Magic | Pink Sublime | Plaisanterie | Poema | Pretty Pink | Prosperity | Queen of the Musks | Robin Hood | Rome | Rosalita | Rostock | Rosy Purple | Sally Holmes | Sammy | Sangerhausen | Sea Spray | Sibelius | Thisbe | Trier | Twins | Vanity | Walferdange | Waterloo | White Crystal | White Magic | Wilhelm | Will Scarlet | Wind Chimes


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~11627~gid~152~source~gallerydefault.asp

Hybrid Musk Roses

This is a small group, but it includes some of the very best of all garden roses. Hybrid Musks make excellent shrubs with a wonderful show in midsummer, and many of them also flower well a second time. The flowers are produced in large, loose bunches or sprays and are small or medium-sized, usually white, cream, pink, or buff, mostly with excellent scent.

"Hybrid Musks" have always been associated with the Rev. "Joseph Pemberton" of Havering-atte-Bower in Essex. He and his sister Florence were successful exhibitors of the large-flowered roses that were in fashion in the late 19th century, such as "Hybrid Perpetuals", and he was one of the early members of the National Rose Society of Great Britain. Though taught to bud roses by his father at the age of 12, it was only in around 1913, when he was over 60 and had retired, that he began to breed his own roses at their family home. Pemberton aimed to produce tough garden roses such as he remembered as a child, not the large exhibition types then claiming the attention of professional breeders. By crossing "Trier", raised in 1904, with various "Hybrid Teas", Pemberton produced a new race, eventually called the "Hybrid Musks".

"Trier" is a large shrub, very well scented, and repeats through the season, characteristics found in most of Pemberton’s roses. Its uncertain parentage contains elements of "R. multiflora", which has given its extra hardiness to the Hybrid Musks, and of "Noisettes". After Pemberton’s death in 1926, his sister and his gardener J.A. Bentall introduced more of his roses and Bentall later raised and introduced his own Hybrid Musks.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/ClassHybridMusk.php

Hybrid Musk Roses

"Trier" is an almost forgotten climber that is closely related to "multifloras" and somewhat more distantly related to the fragrant "musk rose". Yet it has a capacity to imbue a large enough portion of its offspring with this delicious fragrance that Bishop Pemberton would use it often in the development of his roses and to name them for the more distant fragrant relative. The resulting roses tended to be well branched and foliferous in the multiflora tradition, but fragrant in the musk tradition. It is apparent that Pemberton was interested in plants with rose blossms larger than those of the multiflora rambler, and in most cases he succeded. The resulting group of roses is shrubby, well brancehed, foliferous, remontant, moderately tolerant of shade, and cold hardy. Most members of the class have good fragrance.

There is some variation in the class. "Vanity" tends to build a large, very open plant with dark rose or cerise single roses that dance like butterflies suspended in mid air. "Ballerina", on the other hand produces single roses that are much smaller, closely packed together on a dense plant. "Francesca"'s apricot flowers are almost hybrid tea or hybrid perpetual in size, but the plant is among the least vigorous of the bunch. "Danae" may produce the most hybrid-tea like blossoms of the bunch and might be perfectly suited to a number of very formal uses. "Felicia" may have the best overall balance of habit, good health, and so on; but her strengths are subtle and it can take some years of growing roses to quite appreciate them.
  • Andenken an Alma de l'Aigle - Hybrid Musk - Shell Pink - Moderate - Kordes - Zone 4
  • Autumn Delight - Hybrid Musk - White - Strong - Bentall - Zone 3
  • Ballerina - Hybrid Musk - Pale Pink - None - Bentall - Zone 6
  • Belinda - Hybrid Musk - Rose - Moderate - Bentall - Zone 5
  • Bishop Darlington - Hybrid Musk - Shell Pink - Strong - G.C. Thomas - Zone 6
  • Bloomfield Dainty - Hybrid Musk - Yellow - Moderate - G.C. Thomas - Zone 6
  • Buff Beauty - Hybrid Musk - Pale Apricot - Strong - Pemberton - Zone 6
  • Clytemnestra - Hybrid Musk - Buff - Strong - Pemberton - Zone 7
  • Cornelia - Hybrid Musk - Pink & Buff - Slight - Pemberton - Zone 6
  • Danae - Hybrid Musk - White/Yellow Blend - Moderate - Pemberton - Zone 5
  • Erfurt - Hybrid Musk - Pale Pink - Strong - W. Kordes - Zone 4
  • Felicia - Hybrid Musk - Shell Pink - Strong - Pemberton - Zone 5
  • Francesca - Hybrid Musk - Pale Apricot - Slight - Pemberton - Zone 7
  • Gartendirektor Otto Linne - Hybrid Musk - Rose - None - Lambert - Zone 5
  • Kathleen - Hybrid Musk - Pale Pink - Moderate - Pemberton - Zone 5
  • Lavender Lassie - Hybrid Musk - Lilac - Strong - R. Kordes - Zone 6
  • Lyda Rose - Hybrid Musk - White - None - Lettunich - Zone 5
  • Moonlight - Hybrid Musk - White - Moderate - Pemberton - Zone 4
  • Nur Mahal - Hybrid Musk - Crimson - Powerful - Pemberton - Zone 5
  • Pax - Hybrid Musk - White - Strong - Pemberton - Zone 4
  • Penelope - Hybrid Musk - White - Strong - Pemberton - Zone 6
  • Prosperity - Hybrid Musk - White - Strong - Pemberton - Zone 4
  • Vanity - Hybrid Musk - Rose - Moderate - Pemberton - Zone 6
  • Will Scarlet - Hybrid Musk - Crimson - Moderate - Hilling - Zone 5



(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/GlossaryHN.html

"Hybrid Musk" - Any of a group of highly foliferous and highly remontant roses, most of which were bred by Pemberton and his distributor Bentall, and most of which are decended from "Trier". Many hybrid musks strongly fragrant, but the most popular ones are so on account of their generosity with flowers, their freely branching habit and their extreme vigor. There can be a kind of concinity between the flowers and the foliage that makes these roses almost always seem much more beautiful than could be explained by the beauty of any of the individual parts.


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/DevilsDiction.html

Hybrid Musk - A modern rose that doesn't bear properly shaped rose blossoms.


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/byclass.htm

Hybrid Musks
  • About Hybrid Musks
  • Photo gallery of Hybrid Musks
  • Hybrid Musks featured:
  • Bishop Darlington (Thomas, 1926)
  • Buff Beauty (Bentall, 1939)
  • Cornelia (Pemberton, 1925)
  • Danaë (Pemberton, 1915)
  • Eva (Kordes, 1933)
  • Felicia (Pemberton, 1928)
  • Francesca (Pemberton, 1928)
  • Lavender Lassie (Kordes, 1960)
  • Pax (Pemberton, 1918)
  • Vanity (Pemberton, 1920)



(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/hybridmusks.html

The Hybrid Musk Roses

Hybrid Musks

In 1896 Peter Lambert introduced "Aglaia" bred from "Rosa multiflora" and "Rêve d'Or", a Noisette with Tea and Musk in its ancestry. "Trier" then descended from a seedling of "Aglaia", and was introduced in 1904; which propagated a new class of roses called the "Hybrid Musks". "Hybrid Musks" were largely developed by Reverend Joseph Pemberton of England, and his successors Anne and Jack Bentall, using "Trier" and "Hybrid Teas" in the breeding. Graham Thomas noted that Pemberton had a high regard for scent in roses. This can be displayed in Pemberton's breedings of the Hybrid Musks.
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List of Hybrid Musks Featured on this site:
  • Bishop Darlington, Pemberton, 1925
  • Buff Beauty
  • Cornelia, Pemberton, 1925
  • Danaë, Pemberton, 1915
  • Eva
  • Felicia, Pemberton, 1928
  • Francesca (Hybrid Musk, Pemberton, 1922)
  • Lavender Lassie
  • Pax, Pemberton, 1918
  • Penelope, Pemberton, 1924
  • Vanity, Pemberton, 1920



(E?)(L?) http://www.rosegathering.com/hybridmuskth.html

Hybrid Musk Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.roseinfo.com/rose_guide.html

Hybrid Musk Roses

Rev Joseph Pemberton bred one of the R. moschata families with certain Hybrid Teas and Polyanthas to establish this distinctive rose class. In the Rose Annual for 1968, Graham Stuart Thomas summed up the Hybrid Musk class: "Unless some keen spirit is prepared to produce some richly coloured shrub rose along the lines adopted by Pemberton, I think this group should remain as it is: carefree flowering shrubs of the greatest value for our gardens at midsummer or later, delightfully fragrant, in a fair range of colours and of superb value for hedging. Considered as such, Joseph Pemberton served us well." This class includes some of the most useful roses available for landscape purposes.
  • Lavender Lassie
  • Buff Beauty
  • Cornelia
  • Penelope



(E?)(L?) http://www.rosesnz.co.nz/34-old-fashioned-climbers

OLD FASHIONED CLIMBERS - RAMBLERS

These are roses from pre 1940. The types of roses include climber, ramblers, hybrid tea, centifolias, rugosas, moss, bourbon, hybrid musks which all have their own characteristics of flower sizes, shapes, fragrances and plant growth. Some have beautiful hips and thorns, some are recurrent (repeat flower) and others flower only once over summer, or perpetually.


(E?)(L?) http://southerngarden.weebly.com/hybrid-musk-roses.html

Hybrid Musk Roses

This is my personal favorite class of roses. They were developed by Joseph Pemberton and the Bentall family in the early 1900s.
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  • Ballerina
  • Belinda
  • Buff Beauty
  • Cornelia
  • Dr. Robert Korns
  • Erfrut
  • Felicia
  • Lyda Rose
  • Marjorie Fair
  • Moonlight
  • Prosperity
  • Robin Hood
  • Sally Holmes
  • Skyrocket
  • Wind Chimes



(E?)(L?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_roses#Hybrid_Musk

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Hybrid Musk

(Hybrid Musk rose 'Moonlight' (Pemberton 1913))

Although they arose too late to qualify technically as Old Garden Roses, the hybrid musks are often informally classed with them, since their growth habits and care are much more like the "Old Garden Roses" than "Modern Roses". The "hybrid musk" group was mainly developed by Rev. Joseph Pemberton, a British rosarian, in the first decades of the 20th century, based upon "Aglaia", an 1896 cross by Peter Lambert. A seedling of this rose, "Trier", is considered to the foundation of the class. The genetics of the class are somewhat obscure, as some of the parents are unknown. "Rose multiflora", however, is known to be one parent, and "Rosa moschata" (the "musk rose") also figures in its heritage, though it is considered to be less important than the name would suggest. Hybrid musks are disease-resistant, repeat flowering and generally cluster-flowered, with a strong, characteristic "musk" scent. The stems tend to be lax and arching, with limited thorns. Examples include "Buff Beauty" and "Penelope".
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Auszeichnungen / Awards
Blätter, Laub / Feuillage / Foliage mittelgrün, dunkelgrün, mittelgroß
Blüheigenschaften / Flowering Habit einmalblühend, non remontant, über mehrere Wochen, reichblühend, Blüten pro Stiel 8-12
Blütenblätter-Anzahl 12-18
Blütenfarbe / Flower Colour weiß, hellrosa, zartviolett, violettrosa, rosa, fliederfarben, Rose pâle, Blush-pink
Blütenform / Bloom Shape rosettenförmig, locker gefüllt, in Dolden, Semi-double
Blütengröße / Bloom Size kleinblumig, 2-4 cm
Blütentyp / Bloom Type
Blütezeit / Flowering Period, Blooming Season / Floraison sommerblühend, Juni-Juli, Zomerbloeier
Bodenansprüche / Cultivation tiefgründiger, lehmiger humoser, nährstoffreicher Boden
Dornen / Stacheln / Thorns Some thorns
Duft / Fragrance / Scent intensiv, reichlich, Starker Moschusduft, delicious, musky
Elternrosen / Herkunft Rosa moschata nepaliensis, possibly a seedling of R. brunonii although Peter Beales thinks it nearer to R. multiflora or even R. sempervirens
Erkrankungen Mehltau & Sternrußtau: fast kein Befall
Erscheinungsjahr / DOB (Date of Birth) 1876 - 1900, 1916 (?)
Exhibition Name
Genealogie / Parentage Moschata
Hagebutten / Hips
Knospen / Buds
Ordnungskriterien / Klasse / Genre / Famille de rosiers Rosa Moschata Hybride, Hybrid Musk Rose, Kletterrose, Ramblerrose, Rosa filipes Hybride, Rosiers grimpants, rosiers lianes, Klimmer
Registration Name
Schädlinge
Schwächen / Weaknesses
Standort sonnig, verträgt auch Halbschatten
Stärken / Strengths
Stiele / Stems
Synonyme Paul's Himalayan Musk, Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler, Himalayan Musk Rose, Paul's Himalayica-Double Pink, Paul's Tree Climber, R. himalaica alba magna of Paul of Cheshunt
Verwendung / Use Type de rosier Öffentliches Grün, Bäume, Pergola, Wandbegrünung, Solitärpflanzung, Rankgerüste
Winterhärte / Hardiness winterhart, gute Frosthärte, Hardy
Wuchsabstand / Dist. de plantation
Wuchsform stark wachsend, kräftig, langtriebig, bogig überhängend, breitbuschig, kräftig
Wuchshöhe / Taille / Height / Hauteur bis 10m
Wuchsweite / Width 1–1,5 m
Züchter / Entdecker / Breeder / Hybridizer Paul of Cheshunt, 1850, Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts, Hybridized by Paul, 1916 (?)
Die Rose "Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler" ist dem englischen Rosenzüchter Paul (of Cheshunt) gewidmet.

Die Ortsbezeichnung "Himalaja" hat die Kletterrose ihrer Herkunft aus Nordindien bis Afghanistan zu verdanken.

"Rosa brunonii" - Rosaceae, Himalayan Musk Rose

Die botanische Bezeichnung der Rose "Rosa brunonii" wurde dem schottischen Botaniker Robert "Brown" (1773-1858) gewidmet. Die latinisiserte Form des Namens findet man auch in der Gattung "Brunonia Sm." der Pflanzenfamilie der Goodeniengewächse (Goodeniaceae).

Inwieweit ein Vorfahre tatsächlich "Rosa moschata nepalensis" (Syn. "Rosa brunonii") ist, werden wohl erst genetische Untersuchungen zeigen.

Das Laub entspricht diesem evtl. Vorfahren jedoch nicht, der Duft entspricht auch nicht dem Duft von Rosa moschata, sondern eher R. multiflora und die dünnen Blütenstiele erinnern an Rosa filipes.


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=7.6172

George Paul, (December 1841 - September 19, 1921), Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, England


(E?)(L?) http://www.rose.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Singularly-Fall2012-Pillars-and-Climbers.pdf

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Among a number of single, remontant roses was a unique white flowered cultivar introduced by the well-known firm of Paul and Son in Cheshunt, England at the time led by George Paul, Jr. It is variously known as ‘Paul’s Single White Perpetual,’ ‘Paul’s Perpetual White,’ or ‘Paul’s Single White’ (the current approved ARS name).
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That George Paul, Jr. found some success with his single-flowered introductions can be seen in the continued release of many unique hybrids, including: ‘Dawn’ (1898), cl. tea/bourbon; ‘Atropurpurea’ (1899), rugosa/damask; ‘Miss Willmott’ (1899), a rare single-flowered tea/?; ‘The Lion’ (1901), multiflora/tea; ‘The Wallflower’ (1901), multiflora/tea; ‘Ariel’(1910), cl. tea; ‘Alexandra Zarifi’ (1910), tea/hybrid tea; ‘Mrs. A. Kingsmill’ (1911), laevigata/?; and ‘Paul’s Himalayica (1916), brunonii/musk.
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Who’s who in the Paul family:

The original Paul & Son nursery business was opened in 1806 by Adam Paul, in Cheshunt, England.

His sons, George Sr. and William kept the firm going after his death in 1847. William left the firm and opened his own nursery Wm. Paul and Son in nearby Waltham Cross in 1860. William Paul distinguished himself as a well-known author and book collector as well as an important rosarian.

Upon his death in 1905 his son Arthur William Paul assumed leadership of Wm. Paul and Son.

George Paul, Jr. continued to run Paul & Son until his death in 1921.

Arthur William Paul sold the Wm. Paul and Son business to the Chaplin Brothers in the early 1920s.


(E?)(L?) http://www.baumschule-clausen.de/Kletterrosen/127935.html

Kletterrose Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://www.belle-epoque.nl/online-catalogus/zoeken/trefnaam/pauls-himalayan-musk-rambler/RPHMRAMB

Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://www.bkn.de/rosen-katalog/category/kletterrosen.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.bkn.de/tl_files/fpdf/pdf-rosen.php?rose=108&lang=de

Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://www.brentwoodbaynurseries.com/roses.php

Paul's Himalayan Musk - Climbing Moschata

(climber) z6 PAUL'S HIMALAYAN MUSK : A loveyly Moschata rambler with drooping clusters of small, double, pinkish-lavender blooming profusely in July. Vigorous, pliable stems with hooked thorns. 20' x 12' (6 x 3.5 m) Paul c. late 19th century. S P Tr Sh z6


(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/pauls-himalayan-musk/

Paul's Himalayan Musk


(E?)(L?) http://www.danielschmitz-roses.com/rosiers-du-temps-passe/paul-s-himalayan-musk

Paul's Himalayan Musk


(E?)(L?) http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/64797/

Hybrid Musk Rose, Rambler 'Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler' - Rosa - Hybridized by Paul, 1916 - Additional info: (aka Paul's Himalayica-Double Pink, Paul's Tree Climber)


(E?)(L1) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/english/showrose.asp?showr=658

Paul's Himalayan Musk


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

Paul's Himalayan Musk lp Light Pink, Rambler 1916


(E?)(L?) http://www.frost-burgwedel.de/index.php?seite=rosenkatalog_2&id=570

Paul´s Himalayan Musk Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://www.frost-burgwedel.de/index.php?seite=rose&id=266

Pauls Himalayan Musk - Moschata Hybride


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/plants.php?searchNmTyp=5&searchNm=Himalayan+Musk&rid=4356&sbSearch=SEARCH&tab=1




(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/plants.php?searchNmTyp=5&searchNm=Himalayan+Musk&rid=4356&sbSearch=SEARCH&tab=1

Himalayan Musk Rose - Species / Wild. White or white blend. Pale yellow buds open to white. Mild, musk fragrance. Single (4-8 petals), cluster-flowered, in large clusters bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. USDA zone 4b through 10b. Height of 20' to 50' (610 to 1525 cm).


(E?)(L?) http://www.histoires-de-roses.com/rosiers/rosiers-grimpants-et-rosiers-lianes/paul%27s-himalayan-musk.html

Paul's Himalayan Musk


(E?)(L?) http://palatineroses.com/roses/Climber

Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://www.pflanzen-im-web.de/pflanzen/pflanzen-suche/Rosen/index.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.pflanzen-im-web.de/pflanzen/pflanzen-suche/Rosen/kletterrose-paul-s-himalayan-musk-rosa-moschata-hybr-.php

Kletterrose "Paul's Himalayan Musk" ~ Rosa moschata Hybr.


(E?)(L?) http://www.pickeringnurseries.com/web_store_07.cgi?&variety=climber

Paul's Himalayan Musk


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~1757~gid~~source~gallerychooserresult.asp

Paul's Himalayan Musk


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~3905~gid~~source~gallerychooserresult.asp

Paul’s Himalayan Musk Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/ClassRambler.php

Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler - Rambler - Pale Pink - Moderate - Paul - Zone 5


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/paulshm.html

Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler (G. Paul, 1917)


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosentreff.de/garten/1home/nordborder.html

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Das daneben angesiedelte Gewächshaus gewinnt stark an Charme durch den bezaubernden Rambler "Paul's Himalayan Musk", der uns alljährlich mit seiner ungestümen weiß/rosa Blütenpracht verzaubert.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosen-union.de/rosenpflanzen/kletterrosen/paul-s-himalayan-musk-rambler.html

Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenversand24.de/storefront/detail/8_71_Pauls_Himalayan_Musk.html

Paul's Himalayan Musk


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenwiki.de/index.php/Paul%60s_Himalayan_Musk

Paul, GB, 1916


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosen-zundel.de/ikletter.htm

Paul´s Himalayan Musk (Paul, spätes 19. Jahrhundert)


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosesloubert.com/collection%202009.xls

paul's himalayan musk


(E?)(L?) http://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/rosen/sorten/kletterrosen.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/rosen/sorten/rose.php/Kletterrosen%20und%20Rambler/Paul%27s%20Himalayan%20Musk/

Kletterrosen und Rambler - Paul's Himalayan Musk


(E?)(L?) http://www.stauden-und-rosen.de/index.php?seite=rosen&id=478

Pauls Himalayan Musk - Rambler


(E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/nameSearch

ROBR4 - Rosa brunonii Lindl. - Himalayan musk rose


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/rosen_pa.htm#pauls_himalayan_musk

Himalayan Musk Rose siehe Rosa brunonii

"Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler", "Paul's Himalayan Double Pink", "Paul, W." (GB) 1840 Kletterrose (auch in Bäume), ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/wildrosen_a.htm

"Rosa brunonii", "Rosa moschata nepalensis LINDL.", "Himalaya-Moschusrose", "Rosier musque de l'Himalaya", "Himalayan Musk Rose", "Brown's Musk", ...


(E?)(L?) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Climbing_roses

Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler


Erstellt: 2015-06

Pemberton-Rose - Rose

"Pemberton-Rosen" sind Rosen des Züchters "Reverend Joseph Hardwick Pemberton", insbesondere die von ihm gezüchteten Moschata Hybriden.

Die Bezeichnung der Rosensorte "Moschata-Hybride" ist irreführend. Sie hat mit der Wildart "Rosa moschata", der echten "Moschusrose" nichts zu tun. Die "Moschata-Hybriden" gehen auf die 1913 von dem englischen Pfarrer und Rosenzüchter "Joseph Pemberton" eingeführten Rose "Moonlight" zurück. Auf Grund ihres Geruchs nannte man die Pemberton-Sorten "Hybrid Musk", das als "Moschata-Hybride" eingedeutscht wurde.

(E?)(L?) http://diasderosas.blogspot.de/search/label/Revd.%20Joseph%20Pemberton

Revd. Joseph Pemberton
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Pero fue el Reverendo "Joseph Pemberton", quien en su jardín de Essex llevó a este grupo hacia la gloria definitiva. Pemberton, obtentor aficionado, creaba rosas que el viverista "J. A. Bentall" introducía en el mercado. Tras el fallecimiento de Pemberton, fue Bentall quien recogió el testigo de esta línea de hibridación, que, tras un parón durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, ha llegado hasta nuestros días gracias a Kordes, Holmes y, en especial, a Lens.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.das-rosen-netzwerk.de/index.php?seite=projekt_rose_moschata_hybriden

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Es waren die Züchtungen des Engländers Joseph Pemberton, die als erste mit der Bezeichnung Moschata-Hybriden versehen wurden. Wie kam es dazu?

Als Ausgangsmaterial verwendete Pemberton den Multiflora Rambler "Trier" von Peter Lambert (1904 oder 1911) und die Polyantharose "Marie-Jeanne" von Turbat (1913), diese kreuzte er mit verschiedenen Teehybriden. Selbst bei der unbewiesenen Annahme, dass über Lamberts "Trier" etwas Blut der "Rosa moschata" in diese Züchtungen eingeflossen ist, berechtigte dies aber keineswegs dazu, eine Klasse so zu benennen.

"Trier" soll durch einen Sämling (Selbstbefruchtung) der Multiflora-Hybride "Aglaia" entstanden sein. Verfolgt man nun die Ahnenreihe von "Aglaia", findet man in der maternalen Linie "Rosa multiflora" und in der paternalen Linie "Rêve d'Or", eine Noisette. Somit müssten nach der Übereinkunft zur Zuordnung von Hybriden zu einer Rosenklasse alle mütterlicherseits von "Trier" abstammenden Rosen zu der Gruppe der Multiflora gerechnet werden.

Joseph Pemberton bezeichnete seine Züchtungen selbst zunächst alle als "Teehybriden", der überwiegende Teil wurde später als "Moschata-Hybriden" klassifiziert.
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(E?)(L?) http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/search.php?q=Hybrid+Musk+Rose&Search=Search+PlantFiles




(E?)(L?) http://europa-rosarium.de/index.php?id=183&L=1%252527

"Moschata-Hybriden" - Der Geistliche Pemberton befasste sich gleichzeitig mit der Züchtung öfterblühender Strauchrosen. Er benutzte in noch stärkerem Maße die Sorte "Trier" als Ausgangssorte. Seine Züchtungen und die seines Nachfolgers Bentall werden von vielen Liebhabern als "Moschata-Hybriden" gepflanzt.


(E?)(L?) http://www.frost-burgwedel.de/index.php?seite=rosenkatalog_liste




(E?)(L?) http://www.gartenfreunde.ch/de/rosen/rosenlexikon/moschatahybriden-.php

Moschatahybriden
Brigitte Buser

Dieser Sammelbegriff steht für die ersten öfterblühenden Strauchrosen, deren Ursprung auf die Rose "Trier" zurück geht, welche vermutlich durch Selbstbefruchtung der Multiflorahybride "Aglaia" 1904 in der Baumschule von Peter Lambert entstanden ist und als Stammmutter dieser Rosenklasse bezeichnet werden darf. Ein Elternteil von "Aglaia" dürfte die Noisetterose "Rêve d'Or" gewesen sein, die ihrerseits eine "R. moschata" als Elternteil nennen kann. Obwohl der Moschataanteil sehr gering ausfallen dürfte, erhielt diese Rosenklasse den Sammelbegriff "Moschatahybriden". Zwischen 1909 und 1937 brachte Peter Lambert, der übrigens auch Mitbegründer des Vereins deutsche Rosenfreunde war, mehr als ein Dutzend Moschatahybriden auf den Markt. "Mozart" ist wohl die bekannteste Sorte, die auch heute noch im Handel erhältlich ist. Etwa zur gleichen Zeit befasste sich auch Reverend "Joseph Pemberton", damals Vizepräsident der National Rose Society, mit der Züchtung von öfterblühenden Strauchrosen. Er bevorzugte als Ausgangssorte "Trier", die Lambert selbst eher weniger benutzte, und brachte eine Reihe weitere, interessante Züchtungen auf den Markt.

Auch werden die "Moschatahybriden" von Pemberton und solche seines Nachfolgers Bental "Pembertonrosen" sowie "Moschatahybriden" aus der Züchterwerkstatt von Peter Lambert unter dem Begriff "Lambertianarosen" zusammengefasst.
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Buff Beauty | Cornelia | Daybreak | Felicia | Ghislaine de Féligonde | Moonlight | Mozart Lambert | Penelope


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/roses/




(E?)(L?) http://www.histoires-de-roses.com/rosiers/rosa-moschata/index.html

"Rosa moschata"

La "rose musquée" est originaire de l’Inde ou du Sud de la Chine. Elle est à l’origine de nombreux rosiers remontants. Au début du 20 ème siècle, dans la province anglaise de l’Essex, le Révérend Pemberton a obtenu les premiers rosiers buissons à grands corymbes de fleurs et à floraison prolongée. Ces arbustes offrent des fleurs jusqu’en automne dans de merveilleux tons pastels. Beaucoup d’entre eux dégagent un fort parfum de musc.




(E6)(L1) http://www.hortico.com/info/glossary1.htm

"Hybrid Musk Roses" (See Old Roses)

These roses were mostly raised by the Reverend "Joseph Pemberton", at Havering-atte-Bower in Essex, using the rose Trier, a hybrid between a "hybrid tea" and a seedling of Aglaia, which had the "musk rose" in its ancestry. Thus the name "Hybrid musk" is rather far-fetched though generally accepted. Pemberton crossed "Trier" with various "Hybrid Teas", producing several very beautiful, though sterile, seedlings; tall, repeat-flowering, scented shrubs, with large clusters of small flowers. Penelope (1923) and Felicia (1928) are well-known examples.


(E?)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/musks/

Hybrid Musks

The "Hybrid Musks" are the result of Rev. "Joseph Pemberton"'s ambitious breeding work of the early part of the 20th century. The heritage of this class is a very mixed one, and in many ways it is deceptive to refer to them as "Hybrid Musks", as "R. moschata" didn't play a very big part in the developement of these roses.

The majority of them have the Multiflora Rambler "Trier" as a parent or grandparent. "Trier" is listed as being "Aglaia" ("R. multiflora" X "Rêve d'Or") X "unknown". As is the case with several of the Hybrid Musks, you can see there is a greater affinity to the Noisettes than the name suggests.
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One other major contributing parent was "Danaë", a cross of "Trier" and the deep pink Hybrid Perpetual, "Gloire de Chédane-Guinoisseau". There is no "R. moschata" present there.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.pictokon.net/bilder/2009-ordner-nr-04/rosarium-sangerhausen-014-alte-rosen-sorten-queen-alexandra-von-pemberton-1915-rosa-ramblerrose.html

(084) "Queen Alexandra" von Pemberton 1915 Rosa Ramblerrose


(E?)(L?) http://www.pkgodzik.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Sammlungen/Wissenswertes_ueber_die_Rosen.pdf

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Anders sieht es bei den "Moschushybriden" aus, die um die Jahrhundertwende von dem englischen Pfarrer Pemberton entdeckt und von seinen Verwandten weitergezüchtet wurden. Sie sind sehr remontierend, das heißt, sie blühen mehrmals pro Jahr. Diese Rosen sind Abkömmlinge von "Rosa multiflora", "Rosa x noisettiana" und "Rosa chinensis". Die Einkreuzung der namensgebenden "Rosa moschata" (der "Moschusrose") liegt bereits sehr lange zurück. Auf einem tiefen und nährstoffreichen Boden weisen diese Hybriden die besten Eigenschaften auf.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~11627~gid~152~source~gallerydefault.asp

Hybrid Musk Roses

This is a small group, but it includes some of the very best of all garden roses. Hybrid Musks make excellent shrubs with a wonderful show in midsummer, and many of them also flower well a second time. The flowers are produced in large, loose bunches or sprays and are small or medium-sized, usually white, cream, pink, or buff, mostly with excellent scent.

"Hybrid Musks" have always been associated with the Rev. "Joseph Pemberton" of Havering-atte-Bower in Essex. He and his sister Florence were successful exhibitors of the large-flowered roses that were in fashion in the late 19th century, such as "Hybrid Perpetuals", and he was one of the early members of the National Rose Society of Great Britain. Though taught to bud roses by his father at the age of 12, it was only in around 1913, when he was over 60 and had retired, that he began to breed his own roses at their family home. Pemberton aimed to produce tough garden roses such as he remembered as a child, not the large exhibition types then claiming the attention of professional breeders. By crossing "Trier", raised in 1904, with various "Hybrid Teas", Pemberton produced a new race, eventually called the "Hybrid Musks".

"Trier" is a large shrub, very well scented, and repeats through the season, characteristics found in most of Pemberton’s roses. Its uncertain parentage contains elements of "R. multiflora", which has given its extra hardiness to the Hybrid Musks, and of "Noisettes". After Pemberton’s death in 1926, his sister and his gardener J.A. Bentall introduced more of his roses and Bentall later raised and introduced his own Hybrid Musks.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~4650~gid~~source~gallerychooserresult.asp

'Pemberton’s White Rambler'


(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/ChooserResult.asp




(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/BredPemberton.php

The High Priest of Hybrid Musk

Roses Bred by Pemberton

Bishop Pemberton was a parson who bred roses as a hobby. Curiously, the results of his part-time work may prove more durable and important than the works of several rose breeders who dedicated their whole lives to the enterprise of breeding and propagating roses.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/ClassHybridMusk.php

Hybrid Musk Roses

"Trier" is an almost forgotten climber that is closely related to "multifloras" and somewhat more distantly related to the fragrant "musk rose". Yet it has a capacity to imbue a large enough portion of its offspring with this delicious fragrance that Bishop Pemberton would use it often in the development of his roses and to name them for the more distant fragrant relative. The resulting roses tended to be well branched and foliferous in the multiflora tradition, but fragrant in the musk tradition. It is apparent that Pemberton was interested in plants with rose blossms larger than those of the multiflora rambler, and in most cases he succeded. The resulting group of roses is shrubby, well brancehed, foliferous, remontant, moderately tolerant of shade, and cold hardy. Most members of the class have good fragrance.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/GlossaryHN.html

"Hybrid Musk" - Any of a group of highly foliferous and highly remontant roses, most of which were bred by Pemberton and his distributor Bentall, and most of which are decended from "Trier". Many hybrid musks strongly fragrant, but the most popular ones are so on account of their generosity with flowers, their freely branching habit and their extreme vigor. There can be a kind of concinity between the flowers and the foliage that makes these roses almost always seem much more beautiful than could be explained by the beauty of any of the individual parts.


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/alphroses.htm




(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/pembhps.html

The Hybrid Perpetuals

Rosa damascena hybrida

Reverend Joseph H. Pemberton 1908
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(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/byclass.htm

Hybrid Musks


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/byclass.htm




(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/hybridmusks.html

The Hybrid Musk Roses

Hybrid Musks

In 1896 Peter Lambert introduced "Aglaia" bred from "Rosa multiflora" and "Rêve d'Or", a Noisette with Tea and Musk in its ancestry. "Trier" then descended from a seedling of "Aglaia", and was introduced in 1904; which propagated a new class of roses called the "Hybrid Musks". "Hybrid Musks" were largely developed by Reverend Joseph Pemberton of England, and his successors Anne and Jack Bentall, using "Trier" and "Hybrid Teas" in the breeding. Graham Thomas noted that Pemberton had a high regard for scent in roses. This can be displayed in Pemberton's breedings of the Hybrid Musks.
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List of Hybrid Musks Featured on this site:


(E?)(L?) http://www.roseinfo.com/rose_guide.html

Hybrid Musk Roses

Rev Joseph Pemberton bred one of the R. moschata families with certain Hybrid Teas and Polyanthas to establish this distinctive rose class. In the Rose Annual for 1968, Graham Stuart Thomas summed up the Hybrid Musk class: "Unless some keen spirit is prepared to produce some richly coloured shrub rose along the lines adopted by Pemberton, I think this group should remain as it is: carefree flowering shrubs of the greatest value for our gardens at midsummer or later, delightfully fragrant, in a fair range of colours and of superb value for hedging. Considered as such, Joseph Pemberton served us well." This class includes some of the most useful roses available for landscape purposes.


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosengarten-dresden.de/index.php?id=4&cat=all&sort=name




(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenhof-schultheis.de/Container/Historische_Rosen/Rosa_moschata/index.html

"Rosa moschata" - "Moschusrosen"

Die ursprüngliche "Moschus-Rose" ist schon seit langem in Südeuropa bekannt gewesen und stammt wahrscheinlich aus Indien oder Süd-China. Sie war eine Stammutter der ersten öfterblühenden Strauchrosen unseres Jahrhunderts, den "Moschata-Hybriden", oder auch nach ihren Züchtern "Lambertiana-Rosen" oder "Pemberton-Rosen" genannt.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosen-huber.ch/Rosen/Moschata-Hybriden/183651.html

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"Moschata-Hybriden" sind Kreuzungen zwischen "Rosa moschata" und verschiedenen neueren Strauchrosen. Die Bezeichnung "Rosa lambertiana" geht auf Peter Lambert, "Trier", zurück, der sich schon im Jahre 1900 dieser Rosengruppe widmete und immer wieder versuchte, neue Züchtungen herauszubringen. Nach seinem Tod führte der Engländer Lord Pemberton seine Arbeit weiter, wobei er häufig Blut der "Polyantharosen" sowie der "Rosa multiflora" einkreuzte. Die Wuchshöhe der Pflanzen kann bei dieser Rosengruppe stark variieren. Je nach Boden- und Klimaverhältnissen über- oder unterschreiten die "Moschata-Hybriden" die angegebenen Richtwerte stark. "Moschata-Hybriden" sind wenig zu schneiden. Ein gutes Durchputzen nach der ersten Blüte fördert einen guten zweiten Blütenflor.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenwiki.de/index.php/Kategorie:Moschata-Hybride

Zwischen den "Moschata–Hybriden" und der "Moschus–Rose" besteht nur ein geringer Zusammenhang. Die Noisette–Rose "Rêve d’Or", ist eine der Ur-Ur-Elternsorten von "Trier", auf die diese Klasse schließlich zurückgeht. Die "Moschata–Hybriden" wurden hauptsächlich von Reverend "Joseph Pemberton" entwickelt. Er führte die ersten Sorten im Jahre 1913 ein, nachdem er "Trier", eine öfterblühende Kletterrose, übersät von halbgefüllten, cremeweißen Blüten, mit Teerosen gekreuzt hatte. Es sind große, öfterblühende Sträucher mit Büscheln duftender Blüten, an langen, überhängenden Zweigen. Sie können recht alt werden, zwanzig Jahre und mehr, müssen aber in den ersten Jahren kräftig zurückgeschnitten werden, damit die Triebe an der Basis nicht verkahlen.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenzeit.com/rosenhang-karben/




(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenzeit.com/rosenzuchter-von-a-z/rosenzuchter-o-r/

Pemberton, Joseph – Großbritannien

Erfolgreiche Sorten sind: Moonlight (1913), Penelope (1924), Cornelia (1925) und Robin Hood (1927).


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosen-zundel.de/imoschata.htm




(E?)(L?) http://www.rosiers.ch/index.php?nav=4

SECTION MOSCHATA - En 1904 la variété "Trier", lointaine descendante de "R. moschata", ayant la particularité d'être remontante et relativement résistante au gel, va être à l'origine d'une nombreuse descendance, obtenue principalement par le révérend Pemberton à partir de 1912, par Kordès dès 1933 et Bentall dès 1937. Vigueur, santé et floribondité sont ses atouts. Indispensable dans tout jardin.


(E?)(L?) http://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/rosen/sorten/index.php/Rosa%20Moschata/

Rosa Moschata

Die "Moschus-Rose" stammt wohl aus Indien oder Süd-China. Viele der öfterblühenden "Strauchrosen" stammen von ihr ab. Rev. Pemberton züchtete Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts in Essex die ersten langblühenden "Strauchrosen" mit großen Blütenbüscheln. Die in wunderschönen Pastelltönen blühenden Büsche bringen bis zum Herbst ihren Flor. Viele verströmen einen intensiven moschusartigen Duft.


(E?)(L?) http://southerngarden.weebly.com/hybrid-musk-roses.html

Hybrid Musk Roses

This is my personal favorite class of roses. They were developed by Joseph Pemberton and the Bentall family in the early 1900s.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen_der_rosen/who_is_who_namen_der_rosen.htm

Florence Pemberton


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/personen/rosenpfarrer.html

"Rosenpfarrer": Bezeichnung für "Reverend Dean Hole" (Rose "Reynolds Hole") und Rosenbuchautor "Reverend Andrew Foster-Meliar", Rosenzüchter "Georg Schoener", "Reverend Joseph Hardwick Pemberton", Reverend "Henry Honywood D'Ombrain" sowie den evangelischen Seelsorger "Wilhelm Meyer" (1870-1954) aus Altnau am Bodensee im Schweizer Gebiet (Rose "Rosenpfarrer Meyer"). Letzterer war VDR-Mitglied und verwandelte den Ort während seiner 42 jährigen Tätigkeit in ein Rosenparadies. Sein Pfarrhaus war eingehüllt in Rosen bis zum Gipfel hin.


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/rosensorten.html




(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/zuechter/pemberton_bentall.htm

Rosenzüchter Reverend Joseph Hardwick Pemeberton (1852-1926) und Amalia Florence Pemberton (1857-?) / John A. und Anne Bentall

Joseph Hardwick Pemberton

Pemberton wurde als Sohn von Joseph und Amelia Pemberton in Havering-atte-Bower, Essex am 5.10.1852 geboren,seine Schwester Amalia Florence am 1.12. 1857.

Im Sommer 1874, ein Jahr nach dem Tod seines Vaters, beschloss Joseph Hardwick Pemberton einige der Rosen, die im Garten wuchsen, in einer Rosenausstellung zu präsentieren und gewann den 2. Preis. Von da an sollte ihn seine Rosenpassion niemals mehr loslassen. Im Dezember 1876 wurde die National Rose Society gegründet und Joseph trat ihr 1877 bei, gefolgt von seiner Schwester Amalia Florence im Jahre 1878. Fortan gestalteten sie einen Stand auf vielen der damals stattfindenden Rosenschauen. 1881 wurde er zum Priester geweiht. Über einige Jahre trug er einige knappe Artikel zu Gartenzeitungen und zum „Rose Annual“ bei. Der damals schon bekannte Rosenzüchter Dickson aus Newtownards widmete seiner Schwester 1905 eine Teehybride 'Florence Pemberton'.
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"Pemberton" begann aus Liebhaberei mit eben dieser Rose "Trier" zu züchten und 1913 konnte er "Danae" und "Moonlight" als erste Vertreter der "Moschata-Hybriden" vorstellen. "Moonlight" war seine erste Goldmedaillenrose und in dem Bericht über ihren Erfolg auf der Herbstschau am 9. September 1913, fragte das Rosenjahrbuch, ob es eine "Teehybride" oder wie manche Leute dachten, eine "Multiflorahybride" wäre. Joseph bewarb seine Rosen jedoch weiter als "Teehybriden", bis Courtney Page, der Schriftführer der National Rose Society, seine neue Sorte "Pax" (1918) als "Moschatahybride" klassifizierte.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/zuechter/rosenklassen.htm

Zu Moschata-Hybriden siehe Ausführungen beim Züchter Pemberton.


(E?)(L?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_roses#Hybrid_Musk

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Hybrid Musk

(Hybrid Musk rose 'Moonlight' (Pemberton 1913))

Although they arose too late to qualify technically as Old Garden Roses, the hybrid musks are often informally classed with them, since their growth habits and care are much more like the "Old Garden Roses" than "Modern Roses". The "hybrid musk" group was mainly developed by Rev. Joseph Pemberton, a British rosarian, in the first decades of the 20th century, based upon "Aglaia", an 1896 cross by Peter Lambert. A seedling of this rose, "Trier", is considered to the foundation of the class. The genetics of the class are somewhat obscure, as some of the parents are unknown. "Rose multiflora", however, is known to be one parent, and "Rosa moschata" (the "musk rose") also figures in its heritage, though it is considered to be less important than the name would suggest. Hybrid musks are disease-resistant, repeat flowering and generally cluster-flowered, with a strong, characteristic "musk" scent. The stems tend to be lax and arching, with limited thorns. Examples include "Buff Beauty" and "Penelope".
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(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_von_Rosensorten




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