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
Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose
Polyantha Rosen, Rosas polyantha, Rosiers Polyanthas, Polyantha Rose, Polyantha Roses

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classicroses.co.uk
Polyanthas and older floribundas

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Dwarf Polyanthas

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Search Results for 'Dwarf Polyanthas'


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Jessie - Rose


Auszeichnungen / Awards
Blätter, Laub
Blüheigenschaften / Flowering
Blütenblätter-Anzahl
Blütenfarbe / Flower Colour rot mit weißem Zentrum
Blütezeit
Bodenansprüche
Dornen / Stacheln
Duft / Fragrance milder Duft
Elternrosen / Herkunft
Erscheinungsjahr
Hagebutten
Ordnungskriterien, Genre Polyantha
Standort
Synonyme Jessie
Verwendung
Winterhärte
Wuchsform
Wuchshöhe / Taille / Height
Wuchsweite / Width
Züchter / Entdecker / Origine Merryweather (GB 1909)



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Abbildung der Rose auf einer Wills`s Cigarette Card


No 6. from the Wills’s Cigarettes 1912 Series of 50 Roses
JESSIE. (Polyantha.)
An ideal rose for bedding, massing, or for pot culture. The flowers are produced in large clusters, and their bright; cherry crimson colouring does not fade. The plant is of dwarf habit and requires very little pruning. Introduced in 1909, it will become very popular when better known.. One of the best of this colour in the Polyantha section.


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Polyantha Roses (W3)



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Polyantha roses are characterized by sprays of delicate flowers held above the foliage. This class of roses is the result of crossing climbing varieties of a species rose (Rosa multiflora) and \'Old Blush\', a China rose.


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Dwarf Polyanthas | Hybrid Polyanthas | Polyantha Roses


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Dwarf Polyanthas


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Hybrid Polyanthas


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Polyantha Roses


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Polyantha Roses (See Modern Roses) (See Catalogue)

The first dwarf Polyanthas were perpetual-flowering dwarfs of R.multiflora crossed with a dwarf China. These were hardy and floriferous, but small-flowered and without scent. In around 1910 the Danish breeder Poulsen began to cross dwarf Polyanthas with Hybrid Teas to try to introduce more hardiness into Hybrid Teas. These were called Poulsen roses, or Hybrid Polyanthas. Few of these survive today, having been overtaken by the Floribundas which were derived from them.


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Polyanthas Rose

Polyantha roses were popular around 1900, but they have been losing ground to more modern rose classes in recent years. They are the parents of the popular floribunda class and thus, indirectly, of the grandifloras. They are still actively used in breeding.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.memphisrose.org/rose-reading/rose-types.html

Polyanthas (P)

These are generally smaller but sturdy, compact re-bloomers that form bushy shrubs with many small (1-inch), delicate flowers in large sprays.


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Polyanthas

Wonderful sprays of small double flowers cover these plants in season. These varieties are mostly vigorous growing, well foliated, prolific blooming all season long, disease-resistant, winter hardy and spreading. The only attribute they lack is fragrance, although there are a couple of varieties that are fragrant. One of the best, most useful roses ever created is a "Polyantha" called "The Fairy", which is so good it belongs in every garden.


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Class: Polyantha

"In 1869, Guillot fils of Lyon, France, sowed seed from "R. multiflora" "Polyantha", a large shrub introduced from Japan around 1862, with clusters of single, white, fragrant blossoms. From this, he obtained a large crop of much varied seedlings; "I didn't have so many as two which resembled their mother!" said he.
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"Polyantha roses" are recognized by their many small flowers on a dwarf plant. Both the flowers and the name come from "Rosa multiflora", which was sometimes called "R. polyantha". "Polyanthas" had a brief period of popularity in the first half of the 20th century, soon after their introduction, but then they were pushed aside by their progeny the "Floribundas", to which they gave both clustered flowers and extreme freedom of flowering.
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Polyantha Roses

The Polyantha class was the result of crossing china roses with the rambling Japanese Multiflora rose. The everblooming characteristic and compact shape are two traits seen in this class. Polyanathas are hardy, disease resistant and floriferous. Their dwarf and compact nature lends themselves well when used as low borders, mass plantings or in containers.


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Polyantha Roses
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Polyantha Roses" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1880 auf.

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Polyantha Roses

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Polyantha roses are recognized by their many small flowers on a dwarf plant. Both the flowers and the name come from Rosa multiflora, which was sometimes called R. polyantha. Polyanthas had a brief period of popularity in the first half of the 20th century, soon after their introduction, but then they were pushed aside by their progeny the Floribundas, to which they gave both clustered flowers and extreme freedom of flowering.
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| Alice Amos | Amaury Fonesca | Ami Léon Chenault | Anne Marie de Montravel | Baby Alberic | Baby Betty | Baby Faurax | Bagatelle | Baretta St. Single Polyantha | Baronne de Vivario | Bert Mulley | Betsy Van Ness | Bijou | Black Fire | Bloomfield Abundance | Blue Bajou | Bouquet de Neige | Caid | Caldwell Pink | Cameo | Capriole | Chérie | China Doll | Cineraria | Clotilde Soupert | Colibri | Dagmar Späth | Deutsches Danzig | Dick Koster | Director Struve | Direktor Hjelm | Dorothy Howarth | Eblouissant | Eglantine | Elbeglut | Ellen Poulsen Iysrosa | Ellen Poulson | Enid | Etoile Luisante | Excellenz von Schubert | Fairy Dance | Fairyland | Flocon de Neige | Frau Astrid Späth | Frau Astrid Späth' Climbing | Frau Cecilie Walter | Frau Dr Hooftman | Frau Oberhofgartner Schulze | Frensham’s Companion | Freude | Gabrielle Privat | Gelbe Holstein | Gentiliana | Gloire des Polyantha | Greta Kluis Superior | Gruppenkönigin | Gustel Mayer | Heinrich Karsch | Helene Leenders | Helgoland | Hertzblättchen | Ivan Misson | Jardins du Valloires | Jean Mermoz | Jean Muraour | Jeanne d’Arc | Jeanne Driven | Jeannie Soupert | Jitrenka | Joseph Guy | Joseph Guy Rosa | Karoline Reiber | Karoline Svetla | Katharina Zeimet | Kees Knoppers | Kronprinzessin Ingrid | Kutno Sangerhausen | La Marne | Lachs | Lady Ann Kidwell | Leonie Lamesch | Liliput | Little Lady | Louise Walter | Lovely Fairy | Lullaby | Mademoiselle | Maman Turbet | Marchen Land | Marguerite Rose | Marianne Kluis | Marianne Kluis Superior | Marie Brissonet | Marie Jeanne | Marie Pavié | Martha | Martha Keller | Martha Lambert | Marthe Cahuzac | Mary Bruni | Mary Guthrie | Mathilde Kärger | Maud E. Gladstone | Melodie | Merveille des Rouges | Mieszko | Mimi Pinson | Miniature | Minna | Miss Edith Cavell | Miss G. Mesman | Mlle Alice Rousseau | Mlle Cécile Brünner | Mlle Cécile Brünner Climbing | Mlle Cecile Brunner Improved | Mlle Fernade Dupuy | Mme Alégatière | Mme François Graindorge | Mme Gaston Mestreit | Mme Jules Thibaud | Mönch | Mothersday | Mrs Pat | Mrs R M Finch | Mrs W. H. Cutbush | Multiflora Nana' (non remontant) | Multiflora Nana Perpetuelle | Musette | Nathalie Nypels | Nilson Guy | Nypels Perfection | Orange Morsdag | Orléans Rose | Pacific Triumph | Pâquerette | Pasadena Tournament | Paulette | Perle Angevine | Perle d’Or | Perle des Neiges | Perle Orléanaise | Petite Marcel | Phyllis Bide | Pierre Cormier | Pink Rosette | Poulsen’s Yellow | Präsident Hindenburg | President Duhem | Président Paulmier | Prince Jean de Luxembourg | Princess Marie | Professeur Christan Cabrol | Radium | Raymond Privat | Red Sweetheart | Rodhatte | Roel Dach | Rosa multiflora Nana | Rotkappchen | Ruthchen | Salmon Spray | Schneeprinzessin | Sea Foam | Seigesperle | Sheelagh Baird | Shöne von Holstein | Sisi Ketten | Smiles | Snehurka | Snow White | Snowbank | Souvenir d’Adolphe Turc | Souvenir de Mlle Juliet de Bricard | Summer Dawn | Suzanne Albrand | Suzanne Bidard | Sylvie Vartan | Tabarin | The Allies | Titania | Topaz | Triomphe Orléanais | United Nations | Vatertag | Violetta | Weisse Echo | Weisse Margo Koster | Weisser Sport von Lachs | Werner Teschendorff | White Cécile Brünner | White Fairy | White Pet | William Thompson | World’s Fair | Yesterday | Yvette | Yvonne Rabier |


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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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