Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose
Alte Rosen, Rosas Antiguas, Rosiers Anciens, Vecchie Rose, Old Roses

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amityheritageroses.com
Amity Heritage Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.amityheritageroses.com/




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antiqueroseemporium.com
The Antique Rose Emporium

(E?)(L?) https://www.antiqueroseemporium.com/

We have roses that will grow all throughout the United States.


(E?)(L?) http://www.antiqueroseemporium.com/groups/all

Full List Roses by Type




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apictureofroses.com
Old Garden Roses

(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/

Old Roses revived

Although many Old Roses have been lost to history, others have survived to this present day.

Over the last few decades there's been a resurgence of interest in growing and learning about Old Roses. As well as having a unique beauty, Old Roses are often very fragrant, the ones that have survived the test of time are commonly disease resistant and all have the added bonus of a long and often intriguing history. Old Roses are also providing inspiration for modern rose breeders such David Austin and the ‘English Roses’ he’s developed over the last 40 years. These he describes as ‘new’ Old Garden Roses and their introduction has inspired many people to revisit and appreciate the Old Roses of bygone days.

By Class - Old Garden Roses


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bensonka
My Love for Old Garden Roses
by Katherine Benson

(E?)(L?) http://www5555.morris.umn.edu/~bensonka/oldroses.html


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cnetter.net
Cheryl Netter's rose garden

Cheryl Netter: Tour of My Garden in Denver, Colorado - mit schönen Rosen-Fotos und Artikeln über Alte Gartenrosen und "englische Rosen".

Eine Site mit schönen Fotos aus Cheryl Netter's Rosengarten, insbesondere Alte Gartenrosen. Daneben gibt es einige Artikel über das Kreuzen von Rosen (rose pruning) und Rosenvermehrung (rose propagation).

(E?)(L1) http://www.cnetter.net/




(E?)(L1) http://184.154.227.15/~twentypo/cnetter.net/~cnetterpub/rose_tour/rose_ix.html
This is an index of all the pages on this site:

My home | Macintosh links | Links to poultry sites | Links to aquatic sites | Garden links | Garden Related Home Pages | Garden Encyclopedia Links | Botany Links | Garden Catalogs | Flowers Links | Fruit Links | General Garden Links | Links to Insects and Diseases | Links to Roses | Garden Software | Veggie Links | Water Garden Links | Links to Garden Tours | The Gardens - annuals, perennials and edibles - plants we grow besides roses | Plains Coreopsis (Calliopsis) - Coreopsis tinctoria | Gaillardia aristata | | Feverfew - Chrysanthemum parthenium | The water gardens - plants and fish | The main pond | Last Roses - Rose Poetry by Denise Oliver | A tour of my rose garden | Propagation methods: | Cheryl Netter's Method for Softwood Propagation | Cathy Beyer's Method for Softwood Propagation | Gretchen's Roses | Heirloom | Party Time | Perfect Moment | Yellow Jacket | A tour of the backyard | Pictures of fall foliage and hips | Recipes using roses | Updates to these pages | | The Green Rose | Varigata di Bologna | Roger Lambelin | Paul Neyron | Species roses | R. Hugonis | R. arkansana - a Colorado Native | Terese Bugnet | Various shrub roses | Applejack | Austrian Copper | Darlow's Enigma | Francois Juranville | Fruhlingsgold | seedling of Fruhlingsgold | Queen of the Prairies | Nymphenburg | Scarlet Meidiland | Sea Foam | Dr. Van Fleet | Veilchenblau | Unknown Yellow Climber | Seedling of yellow climber | Another seedling of yellow climber | Albas | Felecite Parmentier | Damasks | Autumn Damask | Madame Hardy | Gallicas | Cardinel de Richeleu | Charles de Mills | Desiree Parmentier | Gallica seedling | Another Gallica seedling | Yet another Gallica seedling | and another Gallica seedling | and two more Gallica seedlings | Moss Roses | General Kleber | Common Moss | Rene d'Anjou | William Lobb | Unidentified Roses | Alba from a graveyard | Uknown red shrub rose | Unknown Red miniature rose | Unknown bicolor floribunda | Unknown pink floribunda | Unknown Gallica | Uknown Purple Miniature Rose | Unknown Yellow Climber

[ Shrubs and Species Roses ][ The Center Rose Garden ][ The Netter Page ][The Rose Tour ][ Credit where credit is due][ Gardening links ]

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There are over 420 rose bushes in my backyard in Jefferson County, Colorado, covering about 200 varieties. Most of these roses are planted in one of two gardens - the old rose garden and the center rose garden.

The Old Rose garden consists of mostly Old Garden roses, species roses, shrubs and anything else that would get too big to plant in the center garden with Hybrid Teas and miniatures. The rule of thumb with this garden is that if a rose requires any maintenance other than a small percentage of old wood removed, then it gets shovel pruned.




countrycareroses.com
Country Care Roses
Rosen-Anbieter
A Brief History of the Old Garden Rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.countrycareroses.com/

We are a nursery dedicated to growing and collecting own root old garden roses for the Florida area. We have landscaped gardens with trellising, fences, and structures that display over 250 different kinds of old garden roses. Gardens are being added and updated as we plant new varieties.

The history of the rose is a fascinating story. We owe much to the many individuals who have collected the rose throughout the years. One of those individuals, Empress Josephine, had a large collection of roses in Malmaison, France. Her persistence in collecting different varieties in her garden led to a new interest in the rose that continues today. One of our gardens, "Lil Malmaison Garden", is a tribute to Empress Josephine's dedication to the rose.

We have continued with the obsession and have been collecting old garden roses that will do well in the hot and humid weather of Florida. The collection emphasizes the Chinas, Teas, Musks, Noisettes, species, and modern shrubs. We continue to experiment with different varieties to test their ability to survive and thrive in this area. The rare, unusual, and found roses have a special place in our gardens. Each rose is evaluated for it's disease resistance and ability to withstand the Florida's relentless hot humid weather and sometimes daily summer rains.

ROSES by GROUP

We grow old garden roses on their own roots. We grow some grafted roses on fortuniana rootstock that will do well in Central Florida. The soil is amended with compost, peat moss and yellow sand. We emphasize organic gardening, but do need to spray when problems arise. We have found these roses do fine on their own without any spraying or much care. Especially easy care are the Chinas, Teas.


(E?)(L?) http://www.countrycareroses.com/page2.html

A Brief History of the Old Garden Rose

Roses that existed prior to 1867 are officially the "old" roses and those after that date are classified "modern". Old Garden Roses are divided into two groups. The first group consists of the Pre-Chinas which are the gallicas, damasks, albas, centifolias, and moss roses. The second group consists of the repeat bloomers known as "modern". Fossil evidence indicates that roses have existed for about thirty million years.
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edmundsroses.com
Antique Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.edmundsroses.com/dc.asp?c1=Antique+Roses&c=19




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everyrose.com
Old Garden Roses - OGR

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




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heritageroses.us
Heritage Rose Garden, San Jose

(E?)(L?) http://www.heritageroses.us/
Der "San Jose Heritage Rose Garden" ("SJHRG") wurde 1995 eröffnet und präsentiert inzwischen mehr als 3500 Varietäten.


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...delighting you with a world class collection of almost 4,000 plants of more than 3,000 varieties of heritage, modern and miniature roses, initially planted by more than 750 volunteers in March, 1995.
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heritagerosefoundation.org
The Heritage Rose Foundation

(E?)(L?) http://www.heritagerosefoundation.org

The Heritage Rose Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1986, devoted to the preservation of old roses.

COLLECTING ROSES | GARDENS | SUPPORT | RESOURCES | ACTIVITIES | FORUM


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justourpictures.com
Old Garden Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/ogrs.html

Our large and growing collection of pictures of old garden roses. Most classes of old roses are pictured here.

Strictly speaking old garden roses are those existing before 1867. We've taken a few liberties here and have included roses bred up to the first half of the 20th century.
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keese.com
Linda's Antique Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.keese.com/public/antiqueroses/rose_index.htm

Index of Roses

| Amazone | Antoine Revoire | Archduke Charles | Brown Velvet | Caldwell Pink | Climbing Old Blush | Cobb | Columbia | Cramoisi Superier | Cécil Brünner | Duchess de Brabant | Etoile de Lyon | G.Nabonnand | Green Rose | Hermosa Small Red China | Katy Road Pink | Kay | Kronprincessin Viktoria | La Marne | Lady Banks | Lafter | Lamarque | Madame Berkeley | Madame Joseph Schwartz | Maggie | Marechal Niel | Marrie Henriette Grafin Chotek | Monsieur Tiller | Mrs. Dudley Cross | Odee Pink | Old Blush Bush | Paul Neyron | Red Cascade | San Pedro Cemetery Red | Shot Silk | | Texas Centennial | Uknown Czechk | Vanity


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mooseyscountrygarden.com
Old Fashioned Roses

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(E?)(L?) http://www.mooseyscountrygarden.com/rose-garden/garden-roses.html

Old Fashioned Roses...

I don't grow many old-fashioned roses in my garden - yet! I'm interested in getting more, though - and visits to old-fashioned rose gardens always inspire me to write huge lists. I love the history which accompanies old roses, with so many named after real people...


(E?)(L?) http://www.mooseyscountrygarden.com/rose-garden/old-fashioned-roses.html

Old Fashioned Roses


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oldroses.org
Heritage Rose Foundation
Heritage Roses, Antique Roses and Old Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.oldroses.org/roses/HRF.asp

The Heritage Rose Foundation was established in 1986 as the first non-profit corporation devoted exclusively to the preservation and study of heritage roses. Membership is open to any individual or organization who is in agreement with its purposes and goals.

About | Rose Listing | Rose Gardens | Old Rose Classifications | Contact | Glossary | Rose Color "Meanings" | Help Me Find | USDA Zone Map | Propagation From Cuttings


(E?)(L?) http://www.oldroses.org/roses/

Morrison Gardens is perhaps best known for the more than 110 cultivars of Heritage, Antique and Old Roses, consisting of over 275 plants lovingly collected, identified, preserved and cared for by the Morrisons. Their collection consists primarily of Old Garden Roses, but does include selected roses introduced after 1900 that display strong "Species" traits.

Heritage roses are roses that originated in the mid 19th century or earlier. Emmy and Bill ("Rose" and "Bud") are members of The Heritage Roses Group and charter members of the Heritage Rose Foundation. "The purpose of the Heritage Rose Foundation is to collect, preserve and promote the culture of roses, particularly those that are not known to be available for purchase".
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Old Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.oldroses.org/roses/rldb.asp

Rose Listing


(E?)(L?) http://www.oldroses.org/roses/oldroses.asp

Old Roses: Alba | Bourbon | Centifolia Mosses | Centifolia | China | Climber | Damask Perpetual | Damask | English | Gallica | | Hybrid Perpetual | Hybrids | Moss | | Old Hybrid Tea | Pimpinellifolia | Portland | Rambler | Sempervirens | Shrub | Species | Tea

Old Roses (Heritage Roses, Antique Roses) are again finding a well deserved place in many gardens. Thanks to the development of David Austin's English Roses, which he describes as 'New' Old Roses, many people are gaining an appreciation for roses of the past. Read a brief History of Old Roses.
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paulbardenroses.com
A Review of Remontant and Non-Remontant Old Garden Roses

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A Review of Remontant and Non-Remontant Old Garden Roses
by Paul Barden
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Remontant OGR's

This list was the most difficult to edit down to 12 varieties. Why? Because contrary to the popular mythology that Old Roses are ostensibly once-bloomers, there is a wealth of excellent remontant roses to choose from within this section.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/ogr.review2005b.html

A Review of Remontant and Non-Remontant Old Garden Roses, Part 2.
by Paul Barden
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paulbardenroses.com
Old Roses For Fragrance
by Shohan, Lily

(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/main_october.html

Shohan, Lily: Old Roses For Fragrance


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paulbardenroses.com
Paul Barden's Old Garden Roses and Beyond
Old Garden Roses and Beyond

(E?)(L?) http://paulbardenroses.com/

Paul Barden's Old Garden Roses and Beyond

This website is dedicated to the appreciation of the Old Garden Roses of the 19th century and before. Also discussed are some of the best modern roses of the 20th and 21st centuries, including the English Roses and Modern Miniatures. I am an active rose hybridizer, and you will find photos and descriptions of some of my roses included. You will also find detailed information about growing, pruning, propagating, and breeding roses. Many world renowned rosarians have contributed to these pages, enriching the site immensely. Thanks to all.


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Resources Guide FAQ | Reading | Rose History | Ralph Moore | HelpMeFind | Nurseries | Links | Hybridizing | Propagation | The Author | Site Index | Credits

Previous Articles January 2008 | September 2007 | May 2006 | September 2005 | June 2005 | April 2005 | March 2005 | February 2005 | January 2005 | December 2004 | November 2004 | October 2004 | August 2004 | July 2004 | May 2004 | April 2004 | March 2004 | February 2004 | January 2004 | December 2003 | November 2003 | September 2003 | August 2003 | June 2003 | May 2003 | April 2003 | March 2003 | Febuary 2003 | January 2003 | December 2002 | November 2002 | October 2002 | Sept. 2002 | August 2002 | July 2002 | June 2002 | May 2002 | April 2002 | March 2002 | Feb. 2002 | Jan. 2002 | Site Index

Rose Classes | Albas | Damasks | Gallicas | Tea Roses | Species | China Roses | Noisettes | Bourbons | English Roses | Hybrid Musks | Miniature Roses | Centifolias | Moss Roses | Hybrid Perpetuals | Modern Shrubs


(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/main_march.html

Welcome to the March 2001 edition of my web site! The roses I write about are the Old Garden Roses and select shrub and miniature roses of the 20th century.


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A complete index of this site's contents.

Roses sorted alphabetically by name. Not all rose have an entry yet.

| "12-59-10" | Abe Darby seedling #1 | Abe Darby seedling #2 | Ain't Misbehavin | Alba Maxima | Alberic Barbier | Alchymist | Alfred de Dalmas | Alika | Allegra | Annie Laurie McDowell | Apricot twist | Ardoisée de Lyon | Armide | Arrilaga | Autumn Delight (removed) | Avandel | Awakening | Baby Austin | Baby Darling | Barbara Oliva | Baronne Prevost | Basye's Amphidiploid, F2 | Basye's Myrrh Scented Rose | Basye's Purple | Belle Amour | Belle de Crecy | | Belle sans Flatterie | Betty Prior | Black Jade | Black Tea | Blanc de Vibert | Blueberry Hill | Bon Silène | Botzaris | "Brooks Purple" | Brown Velvet | Buff Beauty | | Cal Poly | Camayeux | Capitaine John Ingram | Cardinal De Richelieu | Cardinal Hume | "Carol's Favorite" Gallica | Cee Dee Moss | Chapeau de Napoleon | Charles de Mills | Charles Lawson | Charlie Brown | Charlotte | Chick-A-Dee | Cinderella | Cinderella Gold | Claire Rose | Climbing Cécile Brünner | Common Moss, Single form | Complicata | Comtesse de Murinais | Connie Lohn | Country Living | Cramoisi Picotee | Crépuscule | Crested Jewel | Crested Sweetheart | Crimson Blush | Crimson Queen | "Deep Purple" | Désiree Parmentier | Desprez a Fleure Jaune (died) | Devoniensis | Diamond Anniversary | Dick Koster | Dorothy Perkins | Double Treat | Dragon's Blood | Dresden Doll | Duc de Fitzjames | Duc de Guiche | Duchesse de Rohan | Duchesse de Montebello | Dusky Maiden | Elegant Design | Ellen Tofflemire | Emperor du Maroc | | Epplett Moss seedling | | Evelyn | Fair Bianca | Fairy Moss | Felicite Parmentier | Foggy Day | Fortune's Double Yellow | Francesca | Gabriel Noyelle | Gallica seedling #1 | Gallica seedling #2 | Gallicandy | Gloire de Dijon | Gloire de Dijon seedling | Gloire de France | Glowing Amber | Golden Angel | Golden Buddha | Golden Moss | Goldmoss | Grandma's Pink | Gray Pearl | Great Maiden's Blush | Gruss an Teplitz | Hansa | Harry Wheatcroft | Hebe's Lip | Heidi | Helen Traubel | Henri Foucquier | Henri Martin | Hermosa | Hettie | Hi | Hippolyte | Homere | Honorine de Brabant | Hurdy Gurdy | Iced Tea | Incognito | Irene Watts | Irresistable | It's Showtime | Ivory Palace | Jacques Cartier | Jacquie Williams | James Mason | James Mitchell | Jayne Austin | Jeanne LaJoie | Jenny Duval | Joan Austin | Jocelyn | John Clare | Joyce Barden | Joycie | Jude the Obscure | Julia's Rose | June Laver | Juno | Just for You | Kara | Kayla | Kim Rupert | Konigin von Danemark | La Belle Sultane | Lady Moss | Latte | Lavender Delight | Lavender Pinocchio | "Laver-Thomas" | Leda | Lemon Delight | Lemon Pearls | Lifestyle | Lilac Charm | Lilian Austin | Linda Campbell | Lindsay's Rose | Little Chief | Little Darling | Little Pinkie | Loan Hulse | Louise Clements | Loving Touch | Lyda Rose | Magic Carrousel | Magnifica | "Magseed" | Marbrée | Marbrée seedling #1 | Marbrée seedling #2 | Marbrée seedling #4 | Marbrée seedling #5 | Maréchal Niel | Margo Koster | Marianne | Marie Louise | Marie Shields | Mariposa Gem | Martha Gonzales | Mayor of Casterbridge | Mme A. Labbey | Mme Berard | Mme Caroline Testout | Mme Caroline Testout, climbing | Mme de la Roche-Lambert | Mme Ernst Calvat | Mme Hardy (Felicité Hardy) | Mme Isaac Perriere | 'Mécène' | Mel Hulse | Montecito F2 | Mons. Tillier | Mood Music | Moore's Classic Perpetual | Moore's Pink Perpetual | | Mosseaux du Japon | Mrs. John Laing | Mrs. Oakley Fischer | Mrs. Sam McGredy | Mrs. William Paul | Muriel Humenick | Mutabilis | Nestor | New Dawn | News | "Nightmoss #1" | "Nightmoss #2" | "Nightmoss #3" | Nuits de Young | Oakington Ruby | October Moon | Old Blush | "Orange Moss" | Orchid Jubilee | Oriental Simplex | Orpheline de Juillet | Out of Yesteryear | Overnight Scentsation | Paintbrush | Paul Neyron | Paul Ricault | Peach Candy | Pellison | Penelope | Penny Ante | Perle d'Or | Pink Clouds | Pink Koster | Pink Poodle | Pink Powderpuff | Playtime | Portland From Glendora | Precious Dream | Princemoss (Mel Hulse) | Princemoss #2 (Loan Hulse) | Prospero | Purple Buttons | Queen Elizabeth | R. damascena bifera (Autumn Damask) | R. damascena semperflorens | Rainbow Starlight | "Rainforest" | Red Alert | "Red Gold" | "Red Star" | Red Trail | Reine des Violettes | Rêve d'Or | Reversion Sport of Green Rose | Rise n Shine | (Rise 'N' Shine X Gloire de Dijon) #1 | Robert Leopold | Rosa foliolosa | Rosa Mundi | Rosa nutkana | Rosa roxburghii | Rosa sericea ptericantha | R. wichuraiana variegata | Rosa woodsii fendleri | Rose de Rescht | Rose de Rescht X Tradescant | Rose du Roi | Rose Gilardi | Roseraie de l'Hay | Rougemoss | Rouletii | Royal Blush | Ruby Princess | "Rush Family Rose" | Russelliana | Salet | Sally Holmes | San Francisco Sunset | Scabrosa | Scarlet Moss | "Scarlet-Nightmoss" (seedling) | Scentsational | Schoener's Nutkana | Sealed With A Loving Kiss, (aka S.W.A.L.K.) | Secret Garden Musk Climber | Secret Recipe | September Morn | Sequoia Gold | Sequoia Ruby | Sharifa Asma | Sharon's Delight | Sheri Anne | Si | Simplex | Single's Better | Sissinghurst Castle | Slater’s Crimson China | Smoke Signals | Smoky | Softee | Sombreuil | Song of The Stars | | Souvenir de President Lincoln | St. Cecelia | St. Swithun | Striped Moss | Stanwell Perpetual | Star of the Nile | Stolen Moment | Strange Music | Suntan Beauty | Surpasse Tout | Sweet Chariot | Sweet Juliet | Taischa | Tantarra | Tausendschon (died) | Teasing Georgia | Teddy Bear | Thanks to Sue | the Green Rose | The Impressionist | The Prince | Tiny Flame | Tom Thumb | Topaz Jewel | Toy Balloon | Tradescant | Tricolore de Flandre | Trinket | Tuscany Superb | Twilight Skies | Twister | Unidentified HP | Variegata di Bologna | Verschuren | Vesper | Vesuvius | Victoriana | Vineyard Song | Violet Hood | Violacée | Wedding Cake | White Bath | White Koster | Why Not | | "William Grant" | William Lobb | William Shakespeare | Work of Art | Yellow Bantam | Ypsilante

Archived articles, sorted alphabetically by author:

Barden, Paul:


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pbase.com
Emmie Gray's Antique Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.pbase.com/emmiegray/roses_i_grow

| Leda | Francis E. Lester | Verdun | Pink Rosette | Mme. Lambard | Grace Darling | Mme. Berard | Blush Boursault | Lady Hillingdon | Emmie Gray | Gloire des Rosomanes, 1825 China | Gloire des Rosomanes, 1825 China | Lady Banks | Francis Dubreuil | Reine Des Violettes | Pink Gruss an Aachen (formerly thought to be Irene Watts) | Louis Phillipe (China) | Duc d'Angouleme | | Grace Darling, 1884 Hybrid Tea | Lady Banks | Mme. Lambard


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rkdn.org
Old Roses, Heritage Roses, Antique Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/

Morrison Gardens is perhaps best known for the more than 110 cultivars of Heritage, Antique and Old Roses, consisting of over 275 plants lovingly collected, identified, preserved and cared for by the Morrisons. Their collection consists primarily of Old Garden Roses, but does include selected roses introduced after 1900 that display strong "Species" traits.

Heritage roses are roses that originated in the mid 19th century or earlier. Emmy and Bill ("Rose" and "Bud") are members of The Heritage Roses Group and charter members of the Heritage Rose Foundation. "The purpose of the Heritage Rose Foundation is to collect, preserve and promote the culture of roses, particularly those that are not known to be available for purchase".
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(E?)(L1) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/oldroses.asp

"Old Roses" ("Heritage Roses", "Antique Roses") are again finding a well deserved place in many gardens. Thanks to the development of David Austin's English Roses, which he describes as "New" Old Roses, many people are gaining an appreciation for roses of the past. Read a brief History of Old Roses.
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Alba | Bourbon | Centifolia Mosses | Centifolia | China | Climber | Damask Perpetual | Damask | English | Gallica | Grandiflora | Hybrid Perpetual | Hybrids | Moss | Pimpinellifolia | Portland | Rambler | Sempervirens | Shrub | Species | Tea


(E?)(L?) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/History.asp

History of Old Roses
by Brent C. Dickerson, author, "The Old Rose Advisor"

Introduction

The Hybrid Tea Roses, accompanied at length by the Floribunda and Grandiflora Roses so influenced by them, have been at the fore of rose progress for about a century now - so long that its forebears and predecessors have become, to many rosarians, mere footnotes rather than what they should be, valid candidates for equal interest.

The modern "English Roses" by David Austin and the ever-increasing groundswell of interest in old roses proper perhaps make it desirable for all rosarian netlings to gain some quick familiarity with the heritage of the rose. We therefore present the following thumbnail notes as something of a starting point, hoping that wiser heads will supply the necessary corrections or variant information, and hoping as well that those interested in more detail will check out the many fine books which deal with this at greater length.

General History
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rogersroses.com
Old Roses, post Chinese influence

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The roses : Old Roses, post Chinese influence


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rosefile.com
Remontant Old Roses

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

Portlands appear to be hybrids of certain damask roses and china roses. They tend to be well branched, fragrant, remontant, and productive of flowers with old rose form. When grown in very fertile soil under ideal conditions, several of the roses on this list can be quite pleasing. On poor soil, even the highest rated simply do no not grow. Each time I review the strengths of the roses in this class I imagine I must add a few to my collection, then I recall how, given two years of modest care in poor soil three different cultivars from this class never reached six inches in height in my own garden. Then, mercifully, they died.




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

Bourbon Roses

The first rose to be classified as a bourbon rose was a chance discovery on the isle of Bourbon, today known as Reunion. It was evidently a chance cross between a china rose, perhaps Old Blush, and a European old garden rose. This chance find led to a whole new chapter in rose breeding history and proved to be a crucial step in the development of today's remontant roses. Bourbons are a mixed bag. They tend to produce roses of cupped or old rose form. They can be quite fragrant. Some, like Great Western and Honorine Brabant will tolerate poor soil and resist disease. Typically the tougher ones are not remontant. At the other end of the spectrum are "Souvenir de la Malmaison" and "Madame Isaac Perreire" which thrive in moderate weather, require protection from blackspot, and require deep, rich, fertile soil. Where these roses are well cared for, they can be quite pleasing.




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rosegathering
Rose Gathering
Daphne Filiberti about antique roses

(E?)(L1) http://www.rosegathering.com/
Interessante Artikel zu Geschichte, Botanik oder das Sammeln alter Rosensorten.

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roseinfo.com
Guide to Antique Roses

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

Antique Rose Lore | Practical Rose Tips | Antique Rose Album

Old roses offer the gardener a wonderful array of gardening opportunities. They are time tested survivors whose versatility in our gardens are unmatched by any other plant types. Roses, particularly the older varieties, come in so many forms that they are limitless in their garden use. They climb, they ramble, they trail, and they form bushes large and small. They bloom steadily for several seasons or overwhelmingly for one. They can be used as the background for a bed, or forms its backbone, or be massed for color in the foreground. They even settle happily into containers for those who have no garden space at all.
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This website presents an overview of antique roses which will interest the novice and the experienced rosarian alike. In the first section of this site - "Why Antique Roses" - we explain the fascination people have today with antique roses and their history. This is followed by a section - "Practical tips for the cultivation and care of Antique Roses" - which we hope will be a helpful tool in planting and growing. Finally please visit the last section of our site on the "Varieties of Antique Roses" - which explains the various classes of the roses from Species to Hybrid Musks. Here you will also find an extensive album of beautiful pictures of heirloom roses with descriptions to assist you in selecting the best roses for your own garden. Many of these are favorites of antique roses collectors, such as historic "Old Blush", the fragrant delicate ivory climber "Sombreuil" and a lush rasberry-colored cabbage rose, "Madame Isaac Pereire" - as well and many others.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.roseinfo.com/rose_lore.html

Why Old Roses?

Overshadowed by modern hybrids, old roses have been overlooked in this century; but now there is a renaissance afoot to restore the older varieties to their rightful place in the garden. Their historic interest, color, fragrance, and form make old roses as indispensable to today's gardens as they have been for centuries. And as many gardeners will attest, the best thing about old roses is that they provide all these landscape values without becoming a maintenance burden.
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Practical Tips for the Cultivation and care of Antique Roses


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Species Roses

Species roses are generally defined as those roses found in nature. Most species roses tend to be very vigorous and are extremely disease resistant. They are a good choice for naturalizing and will often grow well without attention if planted properly and given minimal care during the first year or so of their establishment. Although many are climbers, with a minimum of pruning and training they can be grown as hefty shrubs. China Roses

One of the East's greatest revealed secret secured by western civilization was neither gunpowder nor printing but the everblooming rose. These new roses brought with them two characteristics heretofore unknown to the west: yellow flowers and remontancy. One of the best pink forms of R. chinensis to pass into European hands after 1752 was know by many names including Old Blush or Parson's Pink China. Until the introduction of China roses, the Europeans knew just one species with some bloom in the fall. The rest of their roses were spring bloomers. Understandably, they were quite excited when the reblooming trait of these roses was bred into many of its descendants which include Bourbons, and Polyanthas.

China roses can become large bushes at maturity and are likely to live a very long time. They are used as hedges, specimen plants and in borders. Chinas can tolerate heat that makes them well suited for growing in the South. Noisette Roses - The first truly American class of roses originating in the United States, the Noisettes comprise a group of graceful repeat-flowering shrubs and climbers. The older varieties with their small flowers and the later, larger flowered Noisettes (with much Tea influence) are all elegant, highly fragrant roses. They have the ability to create a landscape effect unique among roses when trained on walls, fences, arbors or even trees. Immensely popular and well adapted in the South, Noisettes are truly the "Aristocrats of the Old South."

Bourbon Roses

The Bourbon rose class resulted from a natural cross between 'Old Blush' and 'Autumn Damask,' both planted as hedges on the French island of Bourbon, now known as Reunion. Bourbons have an old-fashioned cupped or quartered bloom, generally in pastel pinks with tough, blue-green foliage on a husky bush. These low to medium size shrubs bear blooms of intense fragrance. Because of their China bloodline, Bourbons succeed wonderfully in the South, being heat and drought tolerant. However, due to their Damask blood, they are also very cold tolerant. Tea Roses

The tea roses are so named because the original teas had a strong green tea-like fragrance. Teas have an upright habit, forming tall and sometimes narrow bushes with bronzy red new foliage. In the south, they bloom profusely in spring and fall with scattered summer flowers. Blossoms are spectacular and large in pastel shades of pink and yellow with some reds and whites. Fragrance is distinctive and cool. Hybrid Perpetual Roses

Some of the most valuable, historic and delightful roses are included in the Hybrid Perpetual class. Their virtues include cold hardiness, outstanding rose fragrance, and large, full flowers. Despite their name, many varieties only bloom in the spring. They are great cut flowers and this class is the precursor to the Hybrid Tea class. Hybrid Teas

The first Hybrid Tea, 'La France', changed the future of the rose. From then on, the focus of rose breeders was to create the perfectly shaped flower. All interest was lost in the earlier classes of roses.


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Old Roses

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Recently, there has been a great surge of interest in old roses. These consist of all the classes that were in existence before 1867, when the first hybrid tea rose called "La France" appeared. Gardeners of today are in love with the disease resistance, wonderful fragrance, hardiness and old-fashioned flower forms of the many beautiful varieties that are now widely available.
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Old Roses

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Starting in 1974, after reading The Fragrant Garden by Louise Beebe Wilder, Mitzi started her journey into gardening for fragrance. The most captivating chapter was the one on Old Garden Roses, and she began looking for them in her home town (at that time) of Seattle, Washington. None were to be found in public places. She continued reading on the subject of both gardening for fragrance and Old Roses, and began growing some of the fragrant plants. In 1979 she moved to Austin, Texas and continued her search there. Still there were no old roses in public gardens and it wasn't until 1981 and a trip to England that she found her way to Royal National Rose Society Headquarters in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. That was the real blossoming of her romance with Old Roses.
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Heritage Roses Group

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The Heritage Roses Group, formed in 1975, as a fellowship of those who care about Old Garden Roses, Species Roses, Old or Unusual Roses - particularly those roses introduced into commerce prior to the year 1867. Its purposes are to preserve, enjoy, and share knowledge about the Old Roses.

The Heritage Roses Group of the United States inspired the establishment of similar groups in Australia, England, New Zealand, and France.

In the USA, members are located across the country, in five different Regional Groups: SouthWest (includes all of California), NorthWest, SouthCentral, NorthCentral, NorthEast, and SouthEast - with a Regional Coordinator for each area.
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Articles


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Past Newsletters


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My Love for Old Garden Roses
by Katherine Benson

(E?)(L?) http://www5555.morris.umn.edu/~bensonka/oldroses.html

One of my personal hobbies is Old Garden Roses, though you need to understand from the outset that I am not an authority on the topic. My interest is personal and I'm learning as I go, so please interpret the information on this page within that context. The purpose of this page is to share something of my personal interests with people on campus or elsewhere who may have an interest.
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Old European Garden Roses

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

Species Roses

These are roses as nature gave them to us. They are the species of the genus "Rosa" found growing naturally throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
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Species roses often have relatively simple, 5-petaled flowers followed by very colorful hips that last well into the winter, providing food for birds and winter color.
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Old European Garden Roses

There are five classes of roses that make up what is known as the most venerable group of cultivated roses. They are and represent the hybrid groups that prevailed in European gardens prior to the widespread trade of "Rosa chinensis" in the eighteenth century. They are typically very fragrant and extremely cold-hardy (USDA zones 3-5). European roses tend to do better in cooler zones and may suffer when planted in zones 7 and higher. Also, contrary to common belief, the old European garden roses are not as disease-resistant as some report.
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Old Garden Roses

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Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose
Alte Rosen, Rosas Antiguas, Rosiers Anciens, Vecchie Rose, Old Roses

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Christopher, Thomas (Author)
In Search Of Lost Roses

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0226105962/etymologporta-20


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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0226105962/etymologpor09-20
Gebundene Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
Verlag: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (21. November 1996)
Sprache: Englisch


Book Description
Publication Date: May 1, 2002
Once upon a time — before the 1860s — people loved old roses like "Pearl of Gold," "Marchionesse of Lorne," or "Autumn Damask." Then along came the hybrid tea roses, which were easier to arrange, more dramatic, and longer-blooming, and the old roses were all but forgotten. Now the lovely, subtle-hued, richly perfumed old roses are making a comeback, thanks to the efforts of a stubborn band of eccentric characters who rescued them from back alleys, ramshackle cottages, and overgrown graveyards across the country.

Thomas Christopher tells us the fascinating stories of the old roses—how they were created and made their way to America—and the unforgettable people who "rustle" them from abandoned lots and secret gardens today, revelling in the mystery of an "unknown yellow."

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One of the most striking horticultural developments of recent years has been the reappearance of the so-called old roses, which almost vanished when the first hybrid tea rose was cultivated in 1867. This text is the story of these flowers which have persisted for centuries and of the unlikely band of experts who rescued them. Seeking the elusive roses from the East Coast of the United States to the West and across the ocean to Britain, Christopher rose-rustled in snakeproof boots along La Bahia trail in Texas, mined the "Mother-Lode Highway" in California and visited the world's foremost authority on old roses, Graham Thomas, in Surrey. During his travels, he encountered a number of memorable human beings, united only in their devotion to the flowers, as well as many of the roses themselves which are described in this book.


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An interview with Thomas Christopher
author of In Search of Lost Roses
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Erstellt: 2012-07

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Druitt, Liz (Author)
Shoup, G. Michael (Author)
Landscaping With Antique Roses

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0942391640/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/0942391640/etymologety0f-21


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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0942391640/etymologpor09-20
Series: "Fine Gardening" Books
Hardcover: 227 pages
Publisher: Taunton Pr; First Edition edition (April 1992)
Language: English


About the Author

Druitt is a garden designer.
Shoup has been the owner of the Antique Rose Emporium since its inception in 1983.


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Holt, Saxon (Fotograf)
100 Old Roses for the American Garden

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/076111341X/etymologporta-20


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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/076111341X/etymologpor09-20
Taschenbuch: 277 Seiten
Verlag: Workman Pr (September 2000)
Sprache: Englisch
Smith & Hawken USA


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As he did for English Roses in 100 English Roses for the American Garden, the preeminent rosarian Clair G. Martin demystifies the world of Old Roses-those hardy, fragrant, versatile, and historic roses introduced before 1901. The first section presents the different classes of Old Roses-Gallicas and Damasks, Portlands and Bourbons and Albas and more-and describes the essentials of selecting, planting, watering, pruning, training, feeding, and disease control. Following is a field guide to 100 varieties best suited for American gardens. Each rose is stunningly photographed by Saxon Holt, and each entry includes a detailed description of the cultivar, along with its often colorful history ('Autumn Damask' was listed by Virgil; 'Old Blush, ' ubiquitous in California gold rush country cemeteries, was influential in creating modern reblooming roses) and information on availability, fragrance, uses, stature and habit, hardiness, and time of bloom.


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Sperry, Neil (Foreword)
Antique Roses for the South

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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1589791037/etymologpor09-20
Paperback: 216 pages
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing; Updated Edition edition (October 27, 2004)
Language: English


About the Author

William C. Welch serves as Extension Landscape Specialist in the Department of Horticulture Sciences at Texas A&M. For nearly thirty years, Bill has served on the board of Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., as Landscape Design Chairman. He is a past president and current board member of the Southern Garden History Society, and Member-at-large of the Garden Club of America. He is the author of Perennial Garden Color, and co-author of The Southern Heirloom Garden and The Bountiful Flower Garden. He resides in College Station, Texas.


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Welch, William C. (Autor)
Sperry, Neil (Vorwort)
Perennial Garden Color
Perennials, Cottage Gardens, Old Roses, and Companion Plants

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0878336281/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/0878336281/etymologety0f-21


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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0878336281/etymologpor09-20
Gebundene Ausgabe: 280 Seiten
Verlag: Taylor Publishing Company (Dezember 1989)
Sprache: Englisch
by: William C. Welch, Neil Sperry


Kurzbeschreibung

The only book about perennials specifically written for gardening in the South. Veteran horticulturist William C. Welch gives the reader a complete overview of over 125 perennials, cottage gardening, and old garden roses.


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