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Rugosa Rosen, Rosas Rugosa, Roses Rugosa, Rose Rugosa, Rugosa Roses

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Hyb. Rugosa (W3)

Engl. "Hyb. Rugosa", "Hybrid Rugosa".

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Belle Poitevine Hyb. Rugosa


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Hybrid Rugosa (W3)

Die "Rugosa Hybriden", frz. "Hybrid Rugosa", ital. "Ibridi Rugosa", engl. "Rugosa Hybrids", "Hybrid Rugosa", sind Abkömmlinge oder Kreuzungen der "Rosa rugosa", "R. rugosa", einer sehr robusten Rosenart aus Nord-Japan und Sibirien. Sie sind durchweg winterhart, dornentragend und duftend. Die ausgeprägten Blätter mit deutlichen Adern gaben der Rosenart ihren Namen (zu lat. "ruga" = dt. "Falte", "Runzel"). Rugosa Hybriden (Kreuzung, zu lat. "hybrida" = dt. "Mischling", "Bastard) wurden in Europa seit 1845 vor allem aber im 20. Jh. gezüchtet. Zu den bekanntesten gehören die Grootendorst Rosen (R. rugosa x Multiflora Hybriden). Weitere bekannte Abkömmlinge sind "Blanc Double de Coubert", "Roseraie de l’Haÿ", "Conrad Ferdinand Meyer".

HYBRID RUGOSAS

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"Mystery Hybrid Rugosa" - Hybrid Rugosa. USDA zone 6b through 9b (default).


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Hybrid Rugosa - Any of a group of rose plants closely decended from one of the Rugosa species. The best retain many of the Rugosa qualities such as cold hardiness and disease resistance, wrinkled leaves, fragrant & informal flowers, rounded shrubby habits, and vigorous production of rose hips.


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Hybrid Rugosas - Hybrid Rugosa Roses

Roses that are Classified as Hybrid Rugosas

The species rugosa rose hails from eastern asia; northeast china and the kamchatka peninsula.
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Rosa Hybrid Rugosa


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2.2.13 Hybrid Rugosa

Rugosa rose 'Blanc Double de Coubert' (Cochet 1893)

The Rugosas likewise are not officially Old Garden Roses, but tend to be grouped with them. Derived from "Rosa rugosa" from Japan and Korea beginning in the 1880s, these vigorous roses are extremely hardy with excellent disease resistance. Most are extremely fragrant, repeat bloomers with moderately double flat flowers. The defining characteristic of a Hybrid Rugosa rose is its wrinkly leaves, but some hybrids do lack this trait. These roses will often set hips. Examples include 'Hansa' and 'Roseraie de l'Häy'.


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Rugosa Hybrids (W3)

Die "Rugosa Hybriden", frz. "Hybrid Rugosa", ital. "Ibridi Rugosa", engl. "Rugosa Hybrids", "Hybrid Rugosa", sind Abkömmlinge oder Kreuzungen der "Rosa rugosa", "R. rugosa", einer sehr robusten Rosenart aus Nord-Japan und Sibirien. Sie sind durchweg winterhart, dornentragend und duftend. Die ausgeprägten Blätter mit deutlichen Adern gaben der Rosenart ihren Namen (zu lat. "ruga" = dt. "Falte", "Runzel"). Rugosa Hybriden (Kreuzung, zu lat. "hybrida" = dt. "Mischling", "Bastard) wurden in Europa seit 1845 vor allem aber im 20. Jh. gezüchtet. Zu den bekanntesten gehören die Grootendorst Rosen (R. rugosa x Multiflora Hybriden). Weitere bekannte Abkömmlinge sind "Blanc Double de Coubert", "Roseraie de l’Haÿ", "Conrad Ferdinand Meyer".

(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=66

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[From Visions of Roses, by Peter Beales, p. 89:] With one or two exceptions, Rugosa hybrids are very, very thorny. 'Sarah Van Fleet' is perhaps the most prickly of all.
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The roses : Modern Roses : Rugosa hybrids

| 'Abelzieds' | 'Agnes' | 'Ann Endt' | 'Apart' | 'Autumn Glow' | 'Belle Poitevine' | 'Bernadette Chirac' | 'Blanc Double de Coubert' | 'Bleak House' | 'Calocarpa' | 'Caporusso' | 'Charles Albanel' | 'Charles F Worth' | 'Cibles' | 'Compte d'Epremesnil' | 'Conrad Ferdinand Meyer' | | 'Dart's Dash' | 'Dart's Defender' | 'David Thompson' | 'Delicata' | 'Dr Eckener' | Ernest Morel Sang | 'F J Grootendorst' | 'Fimbriata' | 'Flamingo' | 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup' | 'Fürstein von Pless' | 'Germanica' | 'Grootendorst Supreme' | 'Hansa' | 'Harvest Home' | 'Hollandica' | 'Hunter' | 'Jens Munk' | 'Lady Cuzon' | 'Linda Campbell' | 'Louis Bugnet' | 'Marga' | 'Martin Frobisher' | 'Mary Manners' | 'Max Graf' | | 'Mikado' | 'Mme Georges Bruant' | 'Mme Phillipe Plantamour' | 'Mme Renée' | 'Moje Hammarberg' | 'Montblanc' | 'Monte Cassino' | 'Mrs Anthony Waterer' | 'Mrs Doreen Pike' | 'Nova Zembla' | 'Nyveldt's White' | 'Paulii Rosea' | 'Pierette' | 'Pink Grootendorst' | 'Robusta' | Rosa pisocarpa x Rosa rugosa | Rosa rugosa x Rosa adenocarpa | Rosa rugosa folis augusti | Rosa rugosa kamchatica | Rosa rugosa 'Pomifera' | Rosa x acanthi | Rosa x microrugosa | Rosa x rugotida | 'Rosa Zwerg' | 'Rose à Parfum de l’Haÿ' | 'Roselina' | 'Roseraie de l'Haÿ' | 'Rote Apart' | 'Rote Max Graf' | 'Rotesmeer' | 'Rugelda' | 'Rugosa Magnifica' | 'Rugspin' | 'Ruskin' | 'Sachalin' | 'Sarah VanFleet' | 'Scabrosa' | 'Schneelicht' | 'Schneezwerg' | 'Signe Relander' | 'Sir Thomas Lipton' | 'Sitka' | 'Snow Pavement' | 'Snowdon' | 'Star Delight' | 'Thérèse Bugnet' | 'Thusnelda' | 'Topaz Jewel' | 'Trollhättan' | 'Vanguard' | 'Villa des Tybilles' | 'Walter Butt' | 'White Grootendorst' | 'Yankee Lady'


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Rugosa and Rugosa Hybrids

Photo gallery of Rugosa and Rugosa Hybrids

Rugosa and Rugosa Hybrids featured:


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Rugosa Rose - Rose

Die "Rosa rugosa", "R. rugosa", dt. engl. "Rugosa Rose", ist eine sehr robuste Rosen aus Nord-Japan und Sibirien. Sie ist winterhart, dornentragend und duftend. Die ausgeprägten Blätter mit deutlichen Adern gaben der Rose ihren Namen (zu lat. "ruga" = dt. "Falte", "Runzel").

Abkömmlinge der "Rugosa Rose", die Rugosa Hybriden (Kreuzung, zu lat. "hybrida" = dt. "Mischling", "Bastard) wurden in Europa seit 1845 vor allem aber im 20. Jh. gezüchtet. Zu den bekanntesten gehören die Grootendorst Rosen (R. rugosa x Multiflora Hybriden). Weitere bekannte Abkömmlinge sind "Blanc Double de Coubert", "Roseraie de l’Haÿ", "Conrad Ferdinand Meyer".

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Definition of rugosa rose


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"Rosa rugosa" - "Kartoffel-Rose" - "rugosa rose"


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RORU - Rosa rugosa Thunb. - rugosa rose


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Rugosa Roses - Rose

Die "Rugosa Rosen", frz. "Rosier Rugueux", engl. "Rugosa Roses" sind Abkömmlinge oder Kreuzungen der "Rosa rugosa", "R. rugosa", einer sehr robusten Rosenart aus Nord-Japan und Sibirien. Sie sind durchweg winterhart, dornentragend und duftend. Die ausgeprägten Blätter mit deutlichen Adern gaben der Rosenart ihren Namen (zu lat. "ruga" = dt. "Falte", "Runzel"). Rugosa Hybriden (Kreuzung, zu lat. "hybrida" = dt. "Mischling", "Bastard) wurden in Europa seit 1845 vor allem aber im 20. Jh. gezüchtet. Zu den bekanntesten gehören die Grootendorst Rosen (R. rugosa x Multiflora Hybriden). Weitere bekannte Abkömmlinge sind "Blanc Double de Coubert", "Roseraie de l’Haÿ", "Conrad Ferdinand Meyer".

(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/how_4517261_prune-rugosa-roses.html

How to Prune Rugosa Roses
By Kathleen Bunn, eHow Contributor

Rugosa roses are a beautiful species of rose that is grown primarily in northern cooler climates. With its single layer of flowers and crinkled leaves, this unique rose is very hardy and comes in a variety of colors. The Rugosa rose requires watchful removal of old blooms during its blooming season, and regular winterizing to keep it growing and producing well.
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[From Rosa Rugosa, by Suzanne Verrier, from the Foreword by Henry Mitchell,p. ix:] No perfume of any kind surpasses the scent of some rugosa roses... and even those that are less powerfully fragrant... are still far sweeter than most flowers... the wrinkled leaves of this group of roses are ornamental and for the most part healthy, and the plants have the exceptional merit of being more at home in the North than the South... Some of the rugosas, not all, bloom off and on through the summer and early fall. In general they never get mildew and rarely blackspot, and if they do, it does not affect their abundant flowering.
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Rugosa Roses The section.

These roses are all derived from "Rosa rugosa", sometimes called the "Japanese Rose".
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The Latin name is derived from the distinctive leaves, which are "rugose", or rough with impressed veins. Roses derived from R. rugosa resemble the species in both the appearance of the leaves and their health, seldom suffering blackspot or mildew. Their other feature is the large, rounded hips, formed by the single, pure R. rugosa roses; most hybrids and double types do not produce hips.
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An illustration by a Chinese artist is included in the collection of drawings of Chinese plants made between 1812 and 1817 by John Reeves while working as a tea inspector in Canton. The collection is held at the Royal Horticultural Society Library and the Natural History Museum in London.
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Rugosa Roses The section


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Rugosa Roses

"Rugosas" are a rose Class of the Subgenus II Rosa Eurosa, specifically "Cassiorhodon" (= "Cinnamomeae"). Now that we have the botanical stuff out of the way, what that means is they are a specific botanic class of roses native to northern Asia, eastern Siberia, western Alaska, and the northeastern American continent. The "parent" plant (R. rugosa) was discovered (by western rosarians) in Japan and western Asia in 1796.
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Rugosa roses are among the toughest of garden roses. They originated in China, Japan and Korea centuries ago but it was not until the 1970s that breeders actively began to create newer varieties. Rugosa roses differ greatly in appearance than other roses. They are dense and robust in form, very thorny, and the leaves are thick and heavily veined. In contrast, the blooms of the rugosa appear fragile - somewhat like crinkled silk. Plump rose hips appear following the bloom period in spring and foliage turns an attractive bronze color in the fall. Rugosas make wonderful hedges and look good in a mixed shrub border.Their hardiness and their ability to withstand sea spray make them popular in northern climates and coastal areas. Rugosas are very disease resistant and do NOT like to be sprayed with chemicals. Spraying will actually cause the leaves to turn yellow. Not all rugosas perform well in the South, so select varieties carefully. The following list are ones that have done well for me.


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Rugosas - Rose

"Rosa Rugosa", "Kartoffelrosen", "Hybrid Rugosa", "Rugosa-Rosen", "Rugosas"

Die Bezeichnung "Kartoffelrose", "Kartoffel-Rose" hat diese Rosenklasse ihrem derben Laub zu verdanken, das dem von Kartoffellaub ähnlich sieht.

Die dt. "Kartoffel-Rose", "Kartoffelrose", bot., lat. "Rosa rugosa" trägt auch Bezeichnungen wie "Apfel-Rose" | "Beach Rose" | "Hama-nashi" | "Hama-nasu" | "Japanese Rose" | "Nordische Apfelrose" | "Ramanas Rose" | "R. andreae" | "Rosa andreae Lange synonym" | "Rosa ferox Lawr. synonym" | "R. rugosa" | "Rosa rugosa Thunberg" | "Sea Tomato" | "Shore Pear" | "The Japanese Rose" | "The Ramanas Rose" | "Tomato Rose" | "Wild Beach Rose"

Die "Kartoffelrose" soll von Prof. Edouard Regel Verdier, (Eduard August von Regel) (1815-1892) eingeführt worden sein.

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Rugosas: Grootendorst | Terese Bugnet


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Rugosas

The result of crossing R. rugosa with garden roses, these roses have a very distinctive appearance. They form large, dense, shapely shrubs with plentiful luxuriant, rough- textured, deeply veined leaves, and will grow under poor conditions.

The flowers are usually large, opening wide, many with delicious fragrances. Blooms may be anything from single to fully double. Most rugosas repeat flower well later in the summer and some bear large hips at the same time.

Few roses are so easily grown or are so free from disease.


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Old Roses (abbrev. OR, OGR, AR) (See Modern & English roses) - Sometimes called Old Roses, Old Garden Roses, Old-fashioned Roses or Antique Roses, these are the varieties of roses that existed before 1867 when the first Hybrid Tea was introduced. Some of the classes of Old Roses are the Albas, Bourbons, Boursaults, Centifolias, Chinas, Damasks, Gallicas, Hybrid Perpetuals, Mosses, Noisettes, Portlands, and Tea roses. Some of the Ramblers and "Rugosas" are considered Old Roses. As a group, Old Roses tend to be once blooming, though some are repeat bloomers. They tend to be more disease-resistant and require less maintenance than the Hybrid Teas which accounts for some of their popularity. There are exceptions to this, especially the China and Tea roses. The China and Tea roses are tender and disease prone, but are very important because they provide the repeat blooming genes to many classes of roses (notably Hybrid Teas). See the rec.gardens.roses FAQ for more information about Old Roses.
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From Brent Dickerson: "Rugosa roses are those derived from the thorny Japanese rose R. rugosa, the two mains forms of which are wine-red and white.
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Rugosas

An exceptional group of varieties that is well suited to colder climates.
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Photo Gallery of Rugosas


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosemagazine.com/articles04/rugosa_roses/

Rugosa Roses

"Rugosas" are a rose Class of the Subgenus II Rosa Eurosa, specifically "Cassiorhodon" (= "Cinnamomeae"). Now that we have the botanical stuff out of the way, what that means is they are a specific botanic class of roses native to northern Asia, eastern Siberia, western Alaska, and the northeastern American continent. The "parent" plant (R. rugosa) was discovered (by western rosarians) in Japan and western Asia in 1796.
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Rugosa roses are among the toughest of garden roses. They originated in China, Japan and Korea centuries ago but it was not until the 1970s that breeders actively began to create newer varieties. Rugosa roses differ greatly in appearance than other roses. They are dense and robust in form, very thorny, and the leaves are thick and heavily veined. In contrast, the blooms of the rugosa appear fragile - somewhat like crinkled silk. Plump rose hips appear following the bloom period in spring and foliage turns an attractive bronze color in the fall. Rugosas make wonderful hedges and look good in a mixed shrub border.Their hardiness and their ability to withstand sea spray make them popular in northern climates and coastal areas. Rugosas are very disease resistant and do NOT like to be sprayed with chemicals. Spraying will actually cause the leaves to turn yellow. Not all rugosas perform well in the South, so select varieties carefully. The following list are ones that have done well for me.


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Rugosa Seedling (W3)

Engl. "Rugosa Seedling" ist ein Abkömmling der "Rosa rugosa".

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R. rugosa seedling X Edward Mawley Stern von Prag R. rugosa Edward Mawley 14498


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rugose (W3)

Engl. "rugose" = dt. "runzlig" geht über mfrz., frz. "rugueux" (1492, "rugueulx") und altokzit. "rugos" (1350), span. "rugoso" (1275), ital. "rugoso" (a1342) zurück auf lat. "rugosus" = dt. "faltig", "runzelig" und setzt sich zusammen aus lat. "ruga" = dt. "Runzel" und der Endung lat. "-osus" = dt. "versehen", "verbunden mit". Somit heißt engl. "rugose" wörtlich dt. "mit Runzeln versehen".

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Engl. "rugose" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1760 auf.

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