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

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antiqueroseemporium.com
Polyantha Roses

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Polyanthas

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A tour of our rose garden


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everyrose.com
Polyantha Roses

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Rose classification: Polyantha | Cl. Polyantha


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Polyantha Roses

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Achille (Hybrid Polyantha, Guinoisseau, 1936) | Adan Plot Red Polyantha | Adora (Polyantha, Beckwith, 1936) | Alice (Polyantha, Spek, 1925) | Amarante (Polyantha, Barbier, 1916) | Apfelblüte (Polyantha, Wirtz & Eicke, 1907) | Atropurpure (Polyantha, Levavasseur, 1910) | Ave Maria (Polyantha, Bohm 1933) | Azalea Rose (Polyantha, Griffing, 1940) | Balduin (Polyantha, De Ruiter, 1955) | Baldwin (Polyantha, De Ruiter, 1955) | Baretta St. Single Polyantha | Bernice (Polyantha, Nicolas, 1937) | Bijou (Polyantha, de Ruiter, 1932) | Blanche Neige (Polyantha) | Bonfire (Cl. Polyantha, Turbat, 1928) | Bonny Belle (Polyantha, Hobbies, 1912) | Bordure (Polyantha, Barbier, 1911) | Bouquet Blanc (Polyantha, Conard, 1914) | Bouquet Parfait (Polyantha, Lille, 1897) | Bouquet Rose (Polyantha, Granger, 1928) | Break o' Day (Polyantha, Archer, 1937) | Cameo (Polyantha, deRuiter, 1932) | Campfire (Climbing Polyantha, Fryer, 1956) | Carol Ann (Polyantha, Kluis, 1940) | Cheerio (Hybrid Polyantha, Kordes, 1940) | Colibri (Polyantha, Lille, 1898) | Crimson Glow (Polyantha, Lammerts, 1945) | Dainty (Polyantha, de Ruiter, 1931) | Diamant (Polyantha, Robichon, 1908) | Diana (Polyantha, Spek, 1922) | Dorothy Dix (Polyantha, Hicks, 1923) | Echo (Polyantha, Lambert, 1914) | Edith Cavell (Polyantha, De Ruiter, 1917) | Eglantine (Polyantha, Soupert & Notting, 1930) | Elizabeth (Polyantha, Letts, 1937) | Étoile d'Or (Polyantha, before 1903) | Fairy Prince® (Polyantha, Harkness, 1981) | Fairy Queen (Polyantha, Vurens) | Fairy Red (Polyantha, Harkness, 1982) | Fairy Snow (Polyantha, Holmes, 1991) | Fairy Snow (Polyantha, Harkness, 1979) | Fairy-Tale (Polyantha, Keiren, 1995) | First Blush (Polyantha, Delbard, 1965) | Flamboyant (Polyantha, Turbat, 1931) | Gärtnerfreude (Polyantha, Kordes, 1965) | Gemini (Polyantha, Hill, 1967) | Gloire des Polyanthas | Gloria Mundi (Polyantha, de Ruiter, 1929) | Hollandia (Polyantha) | Jeanne d'Arc (Polyantha, Levavasseur, 1909) | Jitrenka (Hybrid Polyantha, Urban, 1978) | Jolly (Polyantha, Leenders, 1934) | Joseph Guy Rosa (Hyb. Polyantha, Westhus, 1950) | Joseph Guy Rosa (Hyb. Polyantha, Feldmann, 1930) | Jutta (Polyantha, Scholle, 1970) | Jutta (Hyb. Polyantha, Rupprecht-Radke, 1964) | Kim (Polyantha, Buyl Frères, 1956) | Kitty (Polyantha, Koster, 1925) | Little Dot (Polyantha, Bennett, 1889) | Little Dot (Polyantha, Henderson 1879) | Little Gem (Polyantha, Conard & Jones, 1898) | Little Princess (Polyantha, Knight, 1937) | Lullaby (Polyantha, Shepherd, 1953) | Magenta (Polyantha, Barbier, 1916) | Martha (Polyantha, Lambert, 1905) | Mary (Polyantha, Quaim, 1947) | Mignonette (Polyantha, Guillot, 1880) | Miniature (Polyantha, Alégatière, 1884) | Miss Edith Cavell (Polyantha, Meiderwyk, 1917) | Miss Edith Cavell (Polyantha, De Ruiter, 1917) | Mrs. Price (Polyantha) | Pâquerette (Polyantha, Guillot, 1873) | Paris (Polyantha, De Ruiter, 1929) | Perfecta (Polyantha, Spek, 1920) | Perfection (Polyantha, Prior, 1932) | Perle (Polyantha, Easlea, 1920) | Pink Angel Polyantha | Pink Cascade (Polyantha, Lammerts, 1945) | Pink Delight (Polyantha, Laxton, 1922) | | Polyantha Thunberghii | Primula (Polyantha, Soupert & Notting, 1900) | Princesse Marie José (Polyantha, Opdebeeck, 1924) | R. polyantha nana | R. polyanthos (Roessig) | Reine Elizabeth (Polyantha) | Renoncule (Polyantha, Barbier, 1913) | Rosa Orange Triumph (Polyantha, Verschuren, 1943) | Rotes Meer (Polyantha, Verschuren, 1960) | Rouge (Polyantha, Verschuren, 1934) | Ruby (Polyantha, De Ruiter, 1932) | Saint Fiacre (Polyantha, Delforge, 1965) | Salmonea (Polyantha, Cutbush, 1927) | Scandia (Polyantha, van de Water, 1951) | Scarlett O'Hara (Polyantha, Klyn, 1947) | Schneewittchen (Polyantha, before 1910) | Seduction (Polyantha, Turbat, 1927) | Sisi Ketten (Polyantha, Ketten, 1900) | Sneprincesse (Polyantha, Bang, 1953) | Sneprinsesse® (Polyantha, Grootendorst, 1946) | Snow White (Polyantha, Grootendorst, 1946) | Sparkler (Polyantha, De Ruiter, 1929) | Sunbeam (Polyantha, Koster, 1931) | Sunshine (Polyantha, Cutbush, 1927) | Sunshine (Polyantha, Robichon, 1927) | Superb (Polyantha, De Ruiter, 1927) | Superba (Polyantha, Cutbush, 1924) | Tip-Top® (Polyantha, Lambert, 1909) | Titania (Polyantha, Leenders, 1938) | Topaz (Polyantha, Tantau, 1937) | Vulcain (Polyantha, Turbat, 1921) | Wendy (Polyantha, Heers, 1949) | Wheatcroft's Golden Polyantha


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hortico.com
Polyantha Roses

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rosefile.com
Polyantha Roses

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Roses that are Classified as Polyanthas

Graham Thomas doesn't like them. Nor, I guess, does David Austin, much. The nature of the polyantha rose is to grow vigorously, densely, and without any serious disease problems, and to produce masses of color. Many succeed in completely obscuring the underlying structure at the peak of bloom. Thus it is that their individual flowers are not so important as the sheer quantity of them.

Those to whom a rose must be a distinctive blossom will find polyanthas defy their idea of what a rose is or what it ought to be. Those who would employ the rose to add color and spirit to an otherwise dull garden will be hard pressed to find a class of rose better suited to the task.




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Photos of Polyantha, Miniature, Floribunda, and Groundcover Roses

| Charisma | China Doll | CotillionRose | FirstLight | Gourmet Popcorn | Honey Bouquet | Hot Tamale | Iceberg | Judy Fisher | JuliaChild | Leonie Lamesch | Margo Koster Super | Marie Pavie | Marmalade Skies | Mevrow anNat. Nypels | Mt.Hood | Orange Morsdag | Palmetto Sunset | PinkMiediland | Popcorn | Poulsens Bedder | Rainbows End | Raubritter | Seafoam Stella | Starina | Surrey | Sweet Vivienne


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Polyantha - Roses too short to notice, really.


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roseinfo.com
Polyantha Roses

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

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.


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weebly.com
Polyanthas & Miniatures

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