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
Rosen Sorten

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A bed of roses

Die Redewendung "A bed of roses" bezeichnet eine "angenehme, leichte Situation".

Im Jahr 1599, 6 jahre nach dem Tod von Christopher Marlowe, erschien in dessen "The Passionate Shepherd To His Love", ein Gedicht, in dem auch die Zeile "And I will make thee beds of roses" zu finden ist. Marlowe meint diese Beschreibung noch ganz wörtlich. Erst in der Folge nahm der Ausdruck die übertragene Bedeutung an.

In dem 1999 erschienen Film "American Beauty" wird die Beschreibung jedoch noch einmal ganz wörtlich genommen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.bachlund.org/Live_with_me_and_be_my_love.htm

Live With Me - (1997)
Christopher Marlowe and Sir Walter Raleigh (last verse), quoted by William Shakespeare
for low or medium voice and piano


(E?)(L?) http://www.cineclub.de/filmarchiv/2000/american_beauty.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.djfl.de/entertainment/djfl/1105/110600.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.icons.org.uk/theicons/collection/the-rose/features/the-rose-in-english-poetry-finished

The Rose in English Poetry (16th-18th century)
The rose is one of the most widely used symbolic devices in English literature. It stands primarily for love, for love’s passion and beauty, for its constancy and simultaneously its perishability.
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(E1)(L1) http://www.kurma.net/essays/e2.html
Cooking with Kurma: A Bed of Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.moviemaze.de/filme/2/american-beauty.html
Hier gibt's auch einen kleinen Trailer. Aber das Rosenbett ist nicht zu sehen.

(E?)(L1) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/59650.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO3SOb7cuPE
Come Live With Me by Christopher Marlowe

Erstellt: 2010-02

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet
A rose by any other name (W3)

Das Sprichwort "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" = dt. "Eine Rose mit jedem anderen Namen würde genauso lieblich duften" soll zum Ausdruck bringen, daß "entscheidend ist, was etwas ist, und nicht, wie es genannt wird". Das Sprichwort findet sich in Shakespeares "Romeo und Julia" aus dem Jahr 1597.

Die Zeile "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet", die auch gelegentlich nur als "A rose by any other name" angedeutet wird, stammt aus "Romeo and Juliet" (1600) von William Shakespeare. Damit wird ausgedrückt, dass es darauf ankommt, was etwas ist, nicht wie es benannt wird.

Hinter Shakespeares Ausdruck vermutet man auch einen Seitenhieb ab das mit seinem "Globe Theatre" konkurrierende "Rose Theatre".

Die Redewendung wird auch heute noch vielfach zitiert oder spielerisch abgewandelt, wie etwa als "A Nose by Any Other Name Is Still a Nose".

(E?)(L1) http://eu.dummies.com/how-to/content/napoleons-josephine-a-rose-by-any-other-name.html

Napoleon's Josephine: A Rose by Any Other Name

Napoleon's greatest love would come from the Caribbean island of Martinique. Napoleon never went there, but this woman's father, Joseph Gaspard Tascher de la Pagerie, owned a sugar plantation, complete with slaves, on the island. The family had significant wealth and power, and the children led a very comfortable life in an idyllic location.

"Marie Josèphe Rose Tascher de la Pagerie" was born on June 23, 1763. If you noticed that there is no "Josephine" in her name, you may wonder how that name came about. Her friends and family had always called her "Rose", but Napoleon, never content to just go with the flow, called her "Josephine" (from "Josèphe"), and that is how she will be forever known.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/g

George, Walter Lionel, 1882-1926: A Bed of Roses (English) (as Author)


(E6)(L?) http://www.jpc.de/jpcng/home/search?fastsearch=A%20Rose%20By%20Any%20Other%20Name




(E?)(L?) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/phrases-sayings-shakespeare.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/305250.html


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_rose_by_any_other_name_would_smell_as_sweet

"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" is a commonly quoted part of a dialogue in William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, in which Juliet argues that the names of things do not matter, only what things are.
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(E1)(L1) http://www.worldwidewords.org/articles/rose.htm
Hier findet man einige interessante Benennungen, die auf Grund falscher Übersetzung entstanden.


A rose by any other name: Losing something in translation?

One of the things that makes us the human beings we are is a powerfully-developed pattern-matching facility. Momentarily spot a profile in half light and the person is instantly recognised; listen to someone at a crowded party and we can usually “join up the dots” between half-heard snatches of speech and turn it into a meaningful statement. But sometimes this superb ability tries hard to make sense of something that is too alien for it and nonsense results.
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Erstellt: 2010-02

Anna Olivier - Rose

Anna Olivier pb Pink blend, Tea (OGR) 1872

Die "Anna Olivier" gehört zu den Modern Roses (1867 - 1920).

Wer war "Anna Olivier"?

(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/roses/a/anna_olivier.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/textindex.html


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


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.268
Anna Olivier (tea, Ducher, 1872)

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.20301.3
Anna Olivier Bermuda Mystery Rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.20416
Anna Olivier -- 90% Sure

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.20301.5
Anna Olivier des Bermudes

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.19381
Anna Olivier, Cl.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.20301
Bermuda's Anna Olivier

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.19381.1
Climbing Anna Olivier

(E?)(L?) http://www.tamparosesociety.org/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=301


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

Anna Olivier Ducher (FR) 1872 Teerose, Alte Rose zartrosa, fst weiß, im Zentrum cremefarben remontierend guter Terrosenduft


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Apuldram Roses
Rosen Anbieter

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Baby Love - Rose



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(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php

Baby Love (Miniature, Barni, 1992) | Baby Love (Miniature, Scrivens, 1992)


(E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/


(E?)(L1) http://www.rhs.org.uk/rhsplantfinder/plantfinder.asp

Baby Love = 'Scrivluv' - 'Ballerina' - 'Baron Girod de l'Ain' - beanii


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/Gallery/SmallPhoto/index.html


(E6)(L1) http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/rose/rosebreeding/


(E?)(L?) http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/rose/rosebreeding/select_breedstrat.pdf

"Baby Love" has shown considerable resistance to blackspot in our climate.


(E?)(L1) http://www.top40db.net/Find/Songs.asp?By=Year&ID=1964

Baby Love - by The Supremes


(E?)(L1) http://www.top40db.net/Find/Songs.asp?By=Year&ID=1986

Baby Love - by Regina


Erstellt: 2013-01

Beales' mislabeled Bourbon - Rose

Die "Beales"-Rosen sind wohl nach dem englischen Rosenzüchter "Peter Beales" benannt.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=18478


(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/


Beales' The Bride - Rose

Die "Beales"-Rosen sind wohl nach dem englischen Rosenzüchter "Peter Beales" benannt.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=545


(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/


Blue Rose - Rose
Jean Keneally x Adobe PhotoShop

Es gibt mindestens eine "Blaue Rose". Diese ist allerdings eine virtualisierte "Jean Keneally"-Rose. (A blue rose generated using a graphics program)

Are there any Blue roses?

The blue rose is symbolic of the impossible. Roses simply do not have the genes to produce a blue colour.

We may see a genetically modified rose in years to come (Suntory in Japan is working on this) but as of this date there have been no breakthroughs. The roses with "Blue" in their names are wishful thinking - they are mostly a pale lavender colour. Similarly for black roses, there are very dark reds, and dark purples, and some red varieties have petals that burn to black in the sun, but there are no true blacks.

Some of the bluer roses are "Blue Girl", "Blue Jay" (HT), and "Reine des Violettes" (HP). A couple of true purple roses are "Cardinal de Richelieu" and "Veilchenblau".

Are there any blue roses?

No true blue rose exist yet. Some roses are sold as blue but are really a lavender color. Most of these lavender roses are difficult to grow and are quite susceptable to disease. There is no true blue gene in the rose.

(E?)(L?) http://www.bluerose-records.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.allrecordlabels.com/db/0/1680.html


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


(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/video_4774904_make-blue-roses.html

Video: How to Make Blue Roses
How to Make Blue Roses. Part of the series: How to Grow Plants & Flowers. There are no blue roses that actually grow, but white roses can be dyed blue with a ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/how_4795983_make-blue-roses.html

How to Make Blue Roses. Blue roses do not occur naturally, and until only recently had never been successfully bred at all. Genetic modification made the first ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/how_5624474_dye-roses-blue.html

How to Dye Roses Blue. Blue roses have been sought after for centuries by rose lovers around the world. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a truly blue ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.h2g2.com/approved_entry/A1152956

'The Blue Rose Trilogy' by Peter Straub

Koko (1988), Mystery (1990) and The Throat (1993) are the three 'Blue Rose' novels. They can be read separately, but are much more powerful and resonant if they are read as a sequence.

What Are They About?

On the most basic level, all three books are crime thrillers. Here is an outline of each of them which will not spoil the pleasure of reading them for their plots.
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(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/glossary.php

Blue Roses


(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=172

Blue Roses
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(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/Peonies/plants.php?grp=A&t=2

Peonies: Blue Rose


(E6)(L?) http://www.mc.edu/campus/users/nettles/rofaq/rofaq-faq.html#FAQ_qa_blue


(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/main_april2002a.html
Das es sich hier nicht um einen ernst gemeinten Beitrag handelt kann man auch am namen des Autors erkennen. Der Autor heisst "LeMenteur" (frz. "menteur", "menteuse" = "Lügner", "Lügnerin").


The First Blue Roses!
by Pierre leMenteur

Well, it has finally happened! Transgenic (gene transfer) technology has rewarded us at last with the first true Blue Roses! For many years now we have heard stories about a handful of companies who have been working at producing the first true Blue Rose, but the results seemed ever elusive. The future is finally here, and rose growers everywhere will rejoice over this new marvel of biotechnology.
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....and before you give this whole Blue Rose thing one more thought, this page was an April Fools day joke, nothing more. There are no Blue Roses!


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Rose_(art_group)

Blue Rose (Blaue Rose) was a Symbolist artist association in Moscow from 1906 to 1908.
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Erstellt: 2012-08

Briar Rose (Redouté) - Rose

"Anita's Briar Rose" lp Light Pink, Shrub

Das botanische engl. "briar" oder "brier" bezeichnet einen dt. "Dornstrauch" oder eine "wilde Rose" (engl. "sweet brier" = dt. "Weinrose").

Für engl. "briar" oder "brier" findet man zwei Bedeutungen:





Eins sollte man noch erwähnen:

Das dt. "Dornröschen", engl. auch "The Sleeping Beauty", frz. "La Belle au bois dormant", wird auch engl. "Little Briar Rose" genannt.

(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

151 Cherry Briar Rose | R. foetida variety | L’Eglantier Cerise | Rosa Eglanteria sub rubra

PICTURE SOURCE Les Roses, Volume III (1824)
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Eglanteria sub rubra"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "L’Eglantier Cerise"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. foetida variety"
COMMON NAME "Cherry Briar Rose"
OTHER NAMES "Austrian Briar seedling"
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ORIGIN Noted in the nursery of Monsieur Vilmorin, c. 1820, likely obtained from seed of the yellow R. foetida
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At left; picture of the Cherry Briar Rose, R. foetida variety, painted by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, portrait 151 out of 170, Volume III of Les Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.childrensbooksonline.org/super-index_I.htm

The Doll Under the Briar Rosebush


(E?)(L?) http://www.darwincountry.org/explore/003293.html

Watercolour painting of Moth and Caterpillar on Briar Rose. "Caterpillar from nature Sepbr. 24th 1804, fed on Briar rose. Chrysalis in a web. Moth March 19th 1805." Unsigned. Rose Rosa sp..


(E?)(L?) http://www.davesgarden.com/pf/go/2789/

PlantFiles: "Briar Rose", "Dog Rose", "White-flowered Rose", "Dog Briar", "Hondsroos", "Redoute Rose", "Rosa canina"


(E?)(L?) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=briar




(E?)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/g
Grimm, Jacob, 1785-1863 | Grimm, Wilhelm, 1786-1859: Briar Rose (English) (as Author)

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php

Anita's Briar Rose | Briar Rose


(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/info/glossary1.htm

Sweet Briar Roses (See Old Roses)

The most familiar of these hybrids of R. rubiginosa were made by Lord Penzance, using the semi-double form Janet's Pride, crossed with various China hybrids and R. foetida; these kept the scented foliage of the Sweet Briar which has been lost in later crosses.


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Limericks on Briar Rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?w=**rose**&scwo=0&sswo=0


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

Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, 1833-1898, The Briar Rose, The Heart of the Rose, Love among the Ruins


(E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=ROEG

ROEG - Rosa eglanteria L. - sweet briar rose


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Briar_Rose


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Briar_Rose_(Band)

Briar Rose is a traditional heavy metal band from Swansea, Massachusetts. The band's name is taken from the title of the variant story of Sleeping Beauty by the Brothers Grimm, "Briar Rose". The idea of hiding beauty in darkness to protect it from a greater darkness appealed to the band.
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Briar_Rose_(novel)

Briar Rose is a young adult novel written by American author Jane Yolen, published in 1992. The book was published as part of the Fairy Tale Series "Sleeping Beauty" of novels compiled by Terri Windling. The book won the annual Mythopoeic Society Fantasy Award for Adult Literature in 1993.
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleeping_Beauty

The Sleeping Beauty The Ninth Captain's Tale (1001 Nights) (French: La Belle au bois dormant, "The Beauty sleeping in the wood") by Charles Perrault or Little Briar Rose (German: Dornröschen) by the Brothers Grimm is a classic fairytale involving a beautiful princess, enchantment of sleep, and a handsome prince. Written as an original literary tale, it was first published by Charles Perrault in Histoires ou contes du temps passé in 1697.
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Erstellt: 2012-12

britishroses.co.uk
British Roses
Rosen Anbieter

(E?)(L?) http://www.britishroses.co.uk/




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classicroses
Peter Beales Roses
Rosen Anbieter

(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/
What we are about?
We have one of the largest commercially available collections in the world featuring over 1300 varieties of Classic Roses, embracing shrub, bush, climbing, rambling and ground cover roses. Over 250 items in our collection are unique to us.

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Roses by Family

Albas Arvensis Ramblers Assorted classification Boursault Ramblers Chinas Damasks Floribundas (cluster roses) Gallicas Hybrid Perpetuals Modern Shrub Roses Moss Roses,

Pimpinellifolias Portlands Procumbent (Ground Covering Roses) Sempervirens Ramblers Sweet Briars and Canina Hybrids Teas (bush and climbing forms) The Shrub species Wichurana Ramblers


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Wood | Janet's Pride | Jean Rosenkrantz | Jean Sisley | Jeanne d'Arc | Jeanne de Montfort | Jens Munk | Jersey Beauty | Jill Dando | Jiminy Cricket | Joan Beales | Joanna Hill | John Cabot | John Grooms | John Hopper | Joseph's Coat | Josephine Bruce | Josephine Bruce Climber | Juliet | Juno | Just Joey | Karl Förster | Karlsruhe | Kassel | Katharina Zeimet | Kathleen | Kathleen Ferrier | Kathleen Harrop | Kazanlik | Kent | Kew Rambler | Killarney | Killarny | King's Ransom | Kirsten Poulsen | Kitty's Rose | kitty's rose | Korresia | Kronenbourg | L'Abundance | L'Ouche | La Belle Distinguée | La Belle Sultane | La Follette | La Mortola | La Noblesse | La Reine | La Reine Victoria | La Sevillana | Lady Alice Stanley | Lady Barnby | Lady Belper | Lady Curzon | Lady Forteviot | Lady Mary Fitzwilliam | Lady Penzance | Lady Romsey | Lady Sylvia | Lady Sylvia Climber | Lady Waterlow | Lafter | Lagoon | Lamarque | Laneii | Laura Ford | Laura Louisa | Lauré Devoust | Lavender Lassie | Lavender Pinocchio | Lawrence Johnston | Le Rêve | Le Vésuve | Léda (Painted Damask) | Léonie Lamesch | Léontine Gervais | Lewesongower | Ley's Perpetual | Lichtkönigin Lucia | Lilac Charm | Lili Marlene | Little Gem | Long John Silver | Lord Penzance | Louis Gimard | Louis Philippe | Louis XIV | Louise Clements | Louise d'Arzens | Loving Memory | Lyda Rose | Lykkefund | Lyon Rose | Ma Perkins | Ma Ponctuée | Mabel Morrison | Macmillan Nurse | Macrantha Raubritter | Madeleine Selzer | Magenta | Magic Carpet | Magna Charta | Magnifica | Maiden's Blush, Great | Maigold | Maman Cochet | Maman Cochet White | Manning's Blush | Mannington Cascade | Mannington Mauve Rambler | Many Happy Returns | Marbrée | Marcel Bourgouin | Marchioness of Salisbury | Maréchal Davoust | Maréchal Niel | Margaret Merril | Margo Koster | Marguerite Hilling | Marie Bugnet | Marie de Blois | Marie Louise | Marie Parvie | Marie Van Houtte | Marie-Jeanne | Marjorie Fair | Martha | Martin Frobisher | Mary Manners | Mary Queen of Scots | | Mary Wallace | Masquerade | Masquerade Climber | Master Hugh | Maude Elizabeth | Max Graf | May Queen | McGredy's Yellow | McGredy's Sunset | Meg | Meg Merrilies | Melody Maker | Mermaid | Merveille de Lyon | Minnehaha | Miss Edith Cavell | Mister Lincoln | Mlle. Franziska Krüger | Mme Bravy | Mme. Abel Chatenay | Mme. Abel Chatenay Climber | Mme. Alfred Carrière | Mme. Alice Garnier | Mme. Antoine Mari | Mme. Berard | Mme. Berkeley | Mme. Caroline Testout | Mme. Caroline Testout Climber | Mme. Charles | Mme. d'Arblay | Mme. de La Roche-Lambert | Mme. de Watteville | Mme. Driot | Mme. Edouard Herriot | Mme. Ernst Calvat | Mme. Georges Bruant | Mme. Grégoire Staechelin | Mme. Hardy | Mme. Joseph Schwartz | Mme. Jules Gravereaux | Mme. Laurette Messimy | Mme. Lauriol de Barny | Mme. Legras de St. Germain | Mme. Louis Laperriére | Mme. Louis Lévêque | Mme. Pierre Oger | Mme. Plantier | Mme. Sancy de Parabère | Mme. Victor Verdier | Mme. Wagram | Mojave | Molineux (Ausmol) | Molly Sharman-Crawford | Monique | Mons. Tillier | Moonlight | Morlettii | Mountbatten | Mousseux du Japon | Mrs Aaron Ward | Mrs Anthony Waterer | Mrs B.R. Cant | Mrs F.W. Flight | Mrs Foley Hobbs | Mrs Herbert Stevens | Mrs John Laing | Mrs Oakley Fisher | Mrs Paul | Mrs Pierre S. du Pont | Mrs Sam McGredy | Mrs William Paul | Mrs.Colville | Mutabilis | My Choice | Nanette | Narrow Water | Nathalie Nypels | National Trust | Nestor | Nevada | New Dawn | New Dawn Red | New Dawn, White | Niphetos | Noella Nabonnand | Norfolk | Norwich Castle | Norwich Cathedral | Norwich Union | Nova Zembla | Nozomi | Nuits de Young | Nur Mahal | Nymphenburg | Nyveldt's White | Odorata | Oeillet Flamand | Ohl | | Old Crimson China | Old Yellow Scotch | Omar Khayyam | Ombrée Parfaite | | Orange Triumph | Ormiston Roy | Orpheline de Juillet | Papa Gontier | Papillon | Paquerette | Parade | Parfum de l'Hay | Parkdirektor Riggers | Parks Yellow | Parkzierde | Partridge | Pascali | Paul Crampel | Paul Lédé | Paul Neyron | Paul Ricault | Paul Shirville | Paul Transon | Paul Verdier | Paul's Early Blush | Paul's Lemon Pillar | Paul's Perpetual White | Paul's Scarlet | Paws | Pax | Peace | Pearl Drift | Pélisson | Penny Lane | Pergolèse | Perle d'Or | Perle des Jardins | Petite de Hollande | Petite Lisette | Petite Orléanaise | Pharisaer | Pheasant | Phyllis Bide | Piccadilly | Picture | Picture Climber | Pierre Notting | Pink Bells | Pink Gruss an Aachen | Pink Parfait | Pink Perpétue | Pink Prosperity | Pinocchio | Pinta | Pleine de Grace | Plentiful | Polar Star | Polly | Pomifera Duplex | Pompon Blanc Parfait | Pompon de Bourgogne | Pompon de Panachée | Pompon de Paris | Poulsen's Pink | Président de Sèze | Pride of Reigate | Prima Ballerina | Prince Camille de Rohan | Prince Charles | Princess Louise | Princess of Nassau | Princesse Marie | Prosperity | Ramona | Raymond Carver | Red Bells | Red Blanket | Red Max Graf | Regensberg | Reine des Centfeuilles | Reine des Violettes | Reine Marie Henriette | Reine Olga de Wurtemberg | Remember Me | René André | René d'Anjou | Rev. F. Page-Roberts | Rêve d'Or | Réveil Dijonnais | Ritter Von Barmstede | Rival de Paestum | Rob Roy | Robert le Diable | Robert Léopold | Robin Hood | Robin Redbreast | Robusta | Robusta (Kordes) | Roger Lambelin | Rosa acicularis nipponensis | Rosa altaica | Rosa andersonii | Rosa andrewsii | Rosa anemoneflora | Rosa arvensis | | Rosa beggeriana | Rosa blanda | Rosa brunonii | Rosa californica | | Rosa corymbifera | Rosa damascena | Rosa davidii | Rosa earldomensis | Rosa ecae | Rosa elegantula persetosa | Rosa fargesii | Rosa fedtschenkoana | | Rosa foliolosa | Rosa gallica | Rosa gallica velutinaeflora | Rosa gallica 'Conditorum' | Rosa gentileana | Rosa giraldii | | Rosa gymnocarpa | Rosa headleyensis | Rosa helenae | Rosa horrida | Rosa hugonis | Rosa kamchatica | Rosa laevigata | Rosa luciae | Rosa macrantha | Rosa macrophylia Doncasterii | Rosa majalis | Rosa manettii | Rosa melina | | | Rosa mulliganii | | Rosa Mundi | Rosa nitida | Rosa nutkana | Rosa nutkana plena | Rosa omeiensis pteracantha | Rosa omeiensis Red Wing | Rosa pendulina | Rosa phoenicia | Rosa pisocarpa | Rosa pomifera | Rosa primula | Rosa roxburghii | Rosa roxburghii plena | | Rosa sancta | Rosa setigera | Rosa setipoda | Rosa sinowilsoni | Rosa soulieana | Rosa spaldingii | Rosa stellata mirifica | Rosa suffulta | Rosa sweginzowii macrocarpa | Rosa virginiana | Rosa webbiana | Rosa wichurana | Rosa woodsii fendlerii | Rosa x coryana | Rosa x forrestiana | Rosa x harisonii | Rosa x hemisphaerica | Rosa x hibernica | Rosa x highdownensis | Rosa x kochiana | | Rosa x paulii | Rosa x paulii Rosea | Rosa x 'cantabrigiensis' | Rosa xanthina lindleyii | Rosa xl'heritierana | Rose Ball | Rose d'Amour | | Rose de Meaux | Rose de Meaux White | Rose de Rescht | Rose du Roi | Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourpres | Rose Edouard | Rose Gaujard | Rose-Marie Viaud | Rosemary Rose | Roseraie de l'Hay | Rosy Cushion | Rosy Mantle | Rouletii | Roundelay | Roundelay Climber | Royal Gold | Royal Highness | Royal Smile | Royal William | Ruby Wedding | Ruga | Rugspin | Russelliana | Sadler's Wells | Safrano | Salet | Sally Holmes | Sanders White | Sandringham Centenary | Sanguinea | Sarah Van Fleet | Savoy Hotel | Scabrosa | Scarlet Queen Elizabeth | Scepter'd Isle (Ausland) | Scharlachglut | Schoener's Nutkana | Schoolgirl | Scintillation | Seagull | Sénateur Amic | Serratipetala | Sexy Rexy | Shailer's White Moss | Sheila's Perfume | Shot Silk | Shot Silk Climber | Sidonie | Silver Lining | Silver Moon | Silver Wedding | Single Cherry | Sir Cedric Morris | Sir Frederick Ashton | Sissinghurst Castle | Snow Carpet | Snowball | Snowdon | Soldier Boy | Soleil d'Or | Sombreuil | Sophie's Perpetual | Southampton | Souvenir d'Elise Vardon | Souvenir de Claudius Denoyel | Souvenir de Francois Gaulain | Souvenir de Jeanne Balandreau | | Souvenir de Mme. Auguste Charles | Souvenir de Mme. 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Smith | Wiltshire | Winchester Cathedral | Windermere | Woburn Abbey | Woman's Hour | Wretham Rose | Xavier Olibo | Yellow Dagmar Hastrup | Yolande d'Aragon | Yorkshire | Yvonne Rabier | Zéphirine Drouhin


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darwincountry
Rose-Information

(E6)(L?) http://www.darwincountry.org/search?fields%5Bsearch_string%5D=rose




darwincountry
Roses-Information

(E6)(L?) http://www.darwincountry.org/search?fields%5Bsearch_string%5D=roses






Dog Briar - Rose

(E?)(L?) http://www.davesgarden.com/pf/go/2789/

PlantFiles: "Briar Rose", "Dog Rose", "White-flowered Rose", "Dog Briar", "Hondsroos", "Redoute Rose", "Rosa canina"


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


Duchesse of Portland (Redouté) - Rose

Die Rose "Duchesse of Portland" trägt den Namen der Herzogin von Portland. Diese soll die Rose nach England gebracht haben. Sie wurde zur Stammform der Portlandrosen. Sie entstand Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts in Italien - vermutlich als Sämling von "R. damascena var. bifera x R. gallica" und einer "R. chinensis var. semperflorens".

Illustrated by Redouté as "Rosa damascena coccinea", "Rosier de Portland"

(E?)(L?) http://www.der-burggarten.de/portland_rose.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.histoires-de-roses.com/rosiers/rose-de-portland/portland-%28%60duchesse-of-portland%60%29.html

Portland (`Duchesse of Portland`) - Rose de Portland


(E?)(L?) http://www.isabel.com/gallery/reprofr/s/sargent/om2771.html


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




(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenfoto.de/Rosen_jpgs/M-Q/Portland.html

Eltern: rote Chinarose x 'Quatre Saison'


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

Aus einer Kreuzung einer Herbst-"Damaszener Rose" mit einer "Rosa Chinensis" entstand gegen Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts in Italien eine neue Rose. Sie wurde nach der Herzogin von Portland, welche sie nach England brachte "Duchesse of Portland" getauft. Zartrosa bis karmesin- und purpurrot erscheinen die Blüten mit einem intensivem Damaszena-Duft. Viele Sorten der kompakt wachsenden Büsche blühen im Spätsommernach.


(E1)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen_der_rosen/duchesse_of_portland.html

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1734 heiratete sie den Duke of Portland (den sie "Sweet Will" nannte) und wurde so Herzogin von Portland (Duchess of Portland). Das Ehepaar lebte in der ehemaligen Abtei Welbeck / Nottinghamshire, die Margaret 1755 nach dem Tod ihrer Mutter erbte und später in Bulstrode / Buckinghamshire. Margaret bekam sechs Kinder; eines davon lebte nur ein Jahr.
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Erstellt: 2012-12

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FRY
Fryer's Roses (W3)

Die Abkürzung "FRY" steht für "Fryer, Großbritannien".

Gareth Fryer züchtete in seiner Firma "Fryer's Roses" einige klassische Teehybriden.

(E?)(L?) http://www.fryers-roses.co.uk/

About Us
Fryer's Roses 1912 - 2007 - Over 90 years of rose growing success

"Arthur Fryer" began growing roses commercially on a small plot of land in 1912. From humble beginnings his reputation as a supplier of excellent quality rose trees grew throughout the region. With the acquisition of more land the business expanded and moved to the present site in 1928.

After the war Arthur was joined by his two sons and together they built up an extensive mail order business attending all the major flower shows, their roses gaining international acclaim.

The business is now run by "Gareth Fryer", grandson of the founder and is one of the largest producers in the country. As in 1912, it is still Fryer's aim to provide what they consider to be the best varieties of roses for garden display and all round reliability. Their passion for roses is combined with a commitment to meticulous quality.

In 1999 Fryer's were honoured to be one of the first recipients of The Queen Mother's International Rose Award, a prestigious new accolade in the rose world. The award established by The Royal National Rose Society recognises outstanding achievements in the raising of new cultivars.

In breeding and developing award winning roses in our fields, for many years, we have become an internationally renowned rose specialist.


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=17.3015


(E?)(L?) http://www.valderose.com/fry.php


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


(E?)(L?) http://www.zanthan.com/gardens/gardenlog/?p=2274
July 23rd, 2007: Fryer’s Roses, Cheshire

(E?)(L?) http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&q=Fryer%27s+Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&q=Fryers+Roses


fryers-roses.co.uk
Fryer Roses
Rosen Anbieter

(E6)(L?) http://www.fryers-roses.co.uk/


(E?)(L?) http://www.fryers-roses.co.uk/About_Us/

Background information

"Arthur Fryer" began growing roses commercially on a small plot of land in 1912. From humble beginnings his reputation as a supplier of excellent quality rose trees grew throughout the region. With the acquisition of more land the business expanded and moved to the present site in 1928.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenzeit.com/rosenzuchter-von-a-z/

Freyer, Gareth - Großbritannien


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Geranium - Rose



"Geranium" ist das Synonym für "Rosa moyesii Geranium", "R. moyesii Geranium"

Die botanische Bezeichnung "moyesii" ehrt den (vermutlich in Schottland geborenen) Reverend und Missionar "James Moyes" (1876-1930).

(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/rosa-moyesii-geranium/


(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=223


(E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/how_2104047_grow-rose-geranium.html

How to Grow Rose Geranium. The rose geranium is a hardy, evergreen shrub with lemon-rose scented pink and purple flowers. The leaves and the oil from the ...


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


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php
Geranium (Hybrid moyesii) | Geranium (Floribunda, Kordes, 1951) | Geranium Primaplant

(E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?w=rose&ls=a
rose geranium

(E?)(L?) http://www.rhs.org.uk/Gardens/Harlow-Carr/About-Harlow-Carr/Plant-of-the-month/November/Rosa--Geranium-


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosenberatung.de/html/rosenbilder-galerie.html


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosenfoto.de/LiRosenfotoFSY.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosenzeit.com/rosenhang-karben/

Geranium, Syn. Mandarin-Rose, Blutrose, Rote Büschelrose Wisley Garden's, 1945, Rosa moyesii


(E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/nameSearch?keywordquery=rose&mode=comname&submit.x=14&submit.y=6

PECA13 Pelargonium capitatum (L.) L'Hér. ex Aiton rose scented geranium



(E1)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen.htm

Pflanzenrosen - nach Pflanzennamen benannte Rosen: "Geranium"


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

Rosa moyesii Geranium siehe Geranium


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




(E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/g_duftrosen.htm


Erstellt: 2010-08

Gertrude Jekyll - Rose

Gertrude Jekyll mp Medium Pink, English Rose (Shrub) 1986

"Gertrude Jekyll" ("Ausbord")

Die Rose "Gertrude Jekyll" ist eine Strauchrose, die Blüten haben eine mittlere Rosafarbe. (Austin, England 1986)

Rich, pink, shapely buds open to large, full flowers in the old fashioned style.

Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) hatte neben anderen künstlerischen Interessen und Talenten auch eine Leidenschaft für Pflanzen, Gärten, Farben und nicht zuletzt für Rosen. Sie unternahm viele eigene Reisen, von denen sie neben eigenen Zeichnungen auch Pflanzen mitbrachte um sie in England anzupflanzen. Weiterhin verfasste sie 14 Bücher und über 1.000 Zeitungs-Artikel rund um Garten-Themen. Schon zu Lebzeiten wurde sie mit Ehrungen, z.B. der Royal Horticultural Society ausgezeichnet.

Was lag da näher, als auch eine Rose mit ihrem Namen zu bezeichnen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.azana.de/aktuell2/erlebnisgaertnerei/inhrose.htm


(E?)(L1) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/exploreraltflash/?tag=&page=3


(E?)(L?) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/objects/EZXWQc6rRT69VetY2ysmCQ

Gertrude Jekyll, Artist, Gardener and Craftswoman, was born in 1843. She was in her 40s when she bought this pair of men's boots and was still wearing them, much repaired, at the time of her death in 1932. She said 'I suppose no horse likes a new collar, I am quite sure I do not like new boots'.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.cix.co.uk/~museumgh/jekyll.htm


(E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/roses/g/gertrude_jekyll_ausbord.html


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


(E6)(L1) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=856


(E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/american/showrose.asp?showr=856
David Austin hat einige kräftig gefärbte Rosen wie "Gertrude Jekyll", "Pat Austin" und "L.D. Braithwaite" eingeführt. Der grösste Teil seiner Rosen ist jedoch pastellfarben.

(E?)(L?) http://www.gardenvisit.com/b/jekyll.htm


(E6)(L1) http://www.garten-literatur.de/Leselaube/persoenl/jekyll_p.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.gertrudejekyll.co.uk/

Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932), created over 400 gardens in the UK, Europe and America; her influence on garden design has been pervasive to this day. She spent most of her life in Surrey, England, latterly at Munstead Wood, Godalming. She ran a garden centre there and bred many new plants. Some of her gardens have been faithfully restored, wholly or partly, and can be visited. Godalming Museum has many of her notebooks and copies of all her garden drawings, (compiled and sorted by members of the Surrey Gardens Trust); the original drawings are in the University of California.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&q=Gertrude+Jekyll&btnG=Suche&meta=


(E?)(L?) http://www.graines-et-plantes.com/index.php?Page=plantes&listeplantes=nomslatin

Rosier anglais x arbuste 'Gertrude Jekyll'


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=1822


(E?)(L?) http://www.historicgardens.org/review/autumn99/historic/historic.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/roses/roseindex.asp?va=y

GERTRUDE JEKYLL - English Garden Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/roses/showoneprod.asp?action=sbcn&catno=SHGEJE10


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


(E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/


(E?)(L?) http://www.mc.edu/campus/users/nettles/rofaq/rofaq-da.html#DA_VGJ


(E?)(L?) http://www.mein-schoener-garten.de/wiki/gartenwiki/Category:Rosen


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


(E6)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/austins/jekyll.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/austin.review2004.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.rhs.org.uk/RHSPLANTFINDER/pfregions.asp?ID=92094


(E?)(L?) http://www.rhs.org.uk/RHSPLANTFINDER/pfregions.asp?ID=94534


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/Galleries.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosenberatung.de/html/rosenbilder-galerie.html


(E6)(L1) http://www.rosenfoto.de/LiRosenfotoFSY.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosengarten-forst.de/sixcms/list.php?page=rg_rosen

Gertrude Jekyll Englische Rose Austin


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


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


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

Gertrude Jekyll ®, AUSbord, Austin (GB) 1986 Strauchrose, Englische Rose sattrosa, Rand heller sehr starker, guter lieblicher Duft. Pilzanfällig, stachelig. Schön in Kombination mit der Clematis 'Warszawska Nike'!

Der berühmten englischen Gärtnerin, die viel mit dem Architekten Edwin Lutyens ns (1869-1944) zusammenarbeitete, gewidmet - mehr über Gertrude Jekyll - Rosenschild Gertrude Jekyll


(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gertrude_Jekyll


(E?)(L?) http://www.wissenschaft-shop.de/Neuheiten/Frauen-in-meinem-Rosengarten-Geschenk-Tipp.html

Gertrude Jekyll - Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932)


Gertrude Jekyll Clg - Rose

Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) hatte neben anderen künstlerischen Interessen und Talenten auch eine Leidenschaft für Pflanzen, Gärten, Farben und nicht zuletzt für Rosen. Sie unternahm viele eigene Reisen, von denen sie neben eigenen Zeichnungen auch Pflanzen mitbrachte um sie in England anzupflanzen. Weiterhin verfasste sie 14 Bücher und über 1.000 Zeitungs-Artikel rund um Garten-Themen. Schon zu Lebzeiten wurde sie mit Ehrungen, z.B. der Royal Horticultural Society ausgezeichnet.

(E6)(L1) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/german/showrose.asp?showr=4254
Climbing Roses

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Fryer's Roses

(E?)(L?) http://www.grosvenorgardencentre.co.uk/

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Helen Rhodes - Rose

Wer war "Helen Rhodes"?

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=38541


Hortensia - Rose

Der weibliche Vorname dt. "Hortensie", frz. "Hortense", engl. "Hortensia" geht zunächst zurück auf den altrömischen Geschlechternamen "Hortensius" und bezieht sich auf lat. "hortus" = "Garten".

Wörtlich könnte man "Hortensie" also auch ohne Umweg über den Namen der Namensgeberin als "Gartenpflanze" übersetzen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.graines-et-plantes.com/index.php?Page=plantes&listeplantes=nomslatin

Hortensia macrophylla '-rose-'


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=26159
Hortensia - Centifolia, Gallica / Provins. Deep pink. Blooms medium, very double, cupped, quartered. Godefroy 1811.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=36143
Hortensia (syn. 'Grandesse Royale') - Damask, Gallica / Provins, Turbinata. Light pink. Blooms large, full (26-40 petals), globular. Prévost (fils), Unknown English Breeder(s) 1813.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=55709
Hortensia (tea, Ducher, 1871) - Tea, Tea, Cl.. Pink and yellow. Blooms large, double (17-25 petals). Ducher 1871.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=56606
Hortensia (china, Verdier, pre 1836) - China / Bengale, Hybrid China, Tea. Violet and pink. Blooms medium, double (17-25 petals). Verdier 1836.

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

Aimable Rouge Hortensia, Rosa Hortensia, Boule d´Hortensia, Agathe majesteuse, Hortensia, Triomphe biflore, Le Triomphe, Royal Virgin Rose, Great Royal, Centfeuilles d'Angleterre, Vibert (FR) bzw. Goderfroy (FR) vor 1819 Zentifolie, Gallica, Provins, Alte Rose rot, violett überhaucht, einmalblühend, stark duftend, sehr frosthart.

Malmaison-Rose, d. h. sie war im Rosengarten der Josephine vorhanden und wurde von Redoute gemalt; zu ihrer Zeit eine sehr erfolgreiche Rose.


Hybrid Perpetuals
Some Guidelines for Hybrid Perpetuals - von Pierre Lauwers


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What is a Hybrid Perpetual?
This is a question that is open to vast debate. It seems that in the beginning (the 1830's) it was a hotchpotch category where people placed all the repeat-flowering roses that could not be classified with: Initially the name, "Hybrides Remontants", meant repeat flowering hybrids a vague definition for roses that were repeat-flowering hybrids of whatever possible. This resulted in a lot of confusion, which still exists today. But, by 1842, with the introduction of "La Reine", there was a redefining of the class. The "Hybrid Perpetuals" that followed were clearly a rather big family with common characteristics. Looking back, we can see that the first "Hybrid Perpetuals" were a synthesis of "Portlands and reblooming Hybrid Chinas with some Gallica parentage".
...


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

Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals, Shrubs and Species Roses
Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals and Chinas


(E6)(L1) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/gl.php?n=6

"Hybrid Perpetuals" were the result of an attempt to combine the large flowers and rich scent of the "Gallica Roses" with the perpetual flowering of the Chinas. The forerunner of this class was "Rose du Roi", a seedling of the "Portland rose" raised in France in 1815. The true, large-flowered "Hybrid Perpetuals", or "Hybrides Remontant" as they were called in France, were first raised by Laffay at Auteuil, starting with "Princesse Hélène" in 1837. He crossed "Hybrid Chinas" with "Portlands" and "Bourbons" and produced a proportion of repeat-flowering roses; the recessive, repeat-flowering genes were present in both parents.
...


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

From Brent Dickerson: "As the breeding work continued in the late 1820's with the Hybrid Chinas, Hybrid Bourbons, and Hybrid Noisettes, they were crossed with the hardiest re-blooming roses they had on hand, the Damask Perpetuals. Thus was born the race of Hybrid Perpetuals, which soon grew to encompass as well any re-blooming progeny of the Hybrid Chinas, etc.
...


(E?)(L1) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/dickerson_HybCh.html
from a practical gardener's point of view


...
What is a Hybrid Perpetual?
This is a question that is open to vast debate. It seems that in the beginning (the 1830's) it was a hotchpotch category where people placed all the repeat-flowering roses that could not be classified with: Initially the name, "Hybrides Remontants", meant repeat flowering hybrids a vague definition for roses that were repeat-flowering hybrids of whatever possible. This resulted in a lot of confusion, which still exists today. But, by 1842, with the introduction of "La Reine", there was a redefining of the class. The "Hybrid Perpetuals" that followed were clearly a rather big family with common characteristics. Looking back, we can see that the first "Hybrid Perpetuals" were a synthesis of "Portlands and reblooming Hybrid Chinas with some Gallica parentage".
...


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

From Brent Dickerson: "As the breeding work continued in the late 1820's with the Hybrid Chinas, Hybrid Bourbons, and Hybrid Noisettes, they were crossed with the hardiest re-blooming roses they had on hand, the Damask Perpetuals. Thus was born the race of Hybrid Perpetuals, which soon grew to encompass as well any re-blooming progeny of the Hybrid Chinas, etc.
...


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


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


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

Some Guidelines for Hybrid Perpetuals
from a practical gardener's point of view
Pierre Lauwers
...


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

Hybrid Perpetuals


(E?)(L?) http://southerngarden.weebly.com/bourbons--hybrid-perpetuals.html

Bourbons & Hybrid Perpetuals


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Jekyll's Own Rambler - Rose

"Jekyll's Own Rambler" w White & White blend, Rambler

Die Rose trägt den Namen von "Gertrude Jekyll" (1843-1932).

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=3491


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Keepit - Rose

Wie man aus der Not eine Tugend macht kann man am Beispiel der Rose "Keepit" lernen. Bei einer Diskussion um den Wert des Sämlings hieß es: "Keep it" (behalte sie).

Eigentlich keine Empfehlung - wenn sie niemand haben wollte.
Aber vielleicht kauft sie ja doch noch jemand.

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


(E6)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen.htm


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

Keepit Dawson (AU) 1988 Teehybride, rosa kein Duft


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Lawrenciana (Redouté) - Rose

Die "Rosa Lawrenciana" gehen auf die Rose "Gloire de Lawrence" zurück, die ihren Namen wiederum der englischen Autorin eines Rosenbuches "Miss Molly Lawrence" verdankt.

Der Name "Lawrence" ist die englische Form von "Laurentius", "Laurenz", "Lorenz", der auf den römischen Beinamen lat. "Laurentius" = dt. "der aus der Stadt Laurentum Stammende" zurück geht. Die latinische Stadt "Laurentum" lag südlich von Rom. Deren Name könnte eventuell mit lat. "laurus" = dt. "Lorbeer", "Lorbeerkranz" zusammen hängen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.californiacoastalrose.com/page/page/3726796.htm

...
Roy Genders writes, “There are two distinct forms of the fairy rose, "R. roulettii" (or "Pompon de Paris") with its hybrid tea-type flowers and extremely dwarf habit, and the older "Gloire de Lawrence" with its tiny rambler-rose blooms of darkest crimson and slightly more robust habit. It was this latter variety which gave the name of "R. Lawrenciana" to the miniature roses of the nineteenth century, named after "Miss Molly Lawrence", whose book on roses, published in 1799 was the first important work devoted to roses.
...


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/gardening/ezine.php?publicationID=623&js=0


(E?)(L?) http://www.paulbardenroses.com/main_june2002.html
A Check-List of Lawrencianas
by Brent C. Dickerson
...
'Lawrenciana' (Redouté, 1821) Pinkish red.
...

Little Rambler - Rose

  • Little Rambler lp Light Pink, Miniature 1995
  • Little Rambler lp Light Pink, Cl. Miniature 1994


  • Wie der Name sagt ist die Rose "Little Rambler" eine einmalblühende Kletterrose (engl. "rambler" = dt. "Wanderer"), einer Untergruppe der Kletterrosen.

    (E?)(L?) http://www.davidaustinroses.com/english/searchlist.asp


    Loyal Rosarian - Rose

    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=25912


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    Mary Gammon - Rose

    Wer war Mary Gammon?

    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=12349


    Miss Jekyll - Rose

    Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) hatte neben anderen künstlerischen Interessen und Talenten auch eine Leidenschaft für Pflanzen, Gärten, Farben und nicht zuletzt für Rosen. Sie unternahm viele eigene Reisen, von denen sie neben eigenen Zeichnungen auch Pflanzen mitbrachte um sie in England anzupflanzen. Weiterhin verfasste sie 14 Bücher und über 1.000 Zeitungs-Artikel rund um Garten-Themen. Schon zu Lebzeiten wurde sie mit Ehrungen, z.B. der Royal Horticultural Society ausgezeichnet.

    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=33128


    Miss Willmott - Rose

    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=29746
    (Hybrid Tea, McGredy, 1916)

    (E?)(L?) http://www.rnzih.org.nz/Book_Reviews/Willmott.htm
    Miss Willmott of Warley Place - Her Life and her Gardens

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


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


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

    Miss Willmott McGredy (GB) 1916 Teehybride gelb stark süß duftend

    Wie "Ellen Willmott" der englischen Pflanzen- und Gartenliebhaberin (1858-1934) gewidmet, erstes weibliches Mitglied der Linneaen Society. Lange Zeit war Ellen Willmott`s Buch The Genus Rosa das beste und umfangreichste Rosenbuch, was auf dem Markt war. Mehr über Ellen Willmott


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    Peony (Redouté) - Rose

    Engl. "peony" (16. Jh.) (altengl. "peonie", "pionie", "peoniam" (lat. acc. sing.), mengl. "peynye", "pienye", "pionye", "pyany", "pyanye", "pyeny", "pyonie", mengl. "payne", pyonye", "piany", "pyony", "peoni", "pieny", "pionee", "paeony", "peionie", "pæony", "pæonie", "peiony", "pioney", "piona", "pienanny", "pyanno", "piano", "piony", "pyanna", "pyanny", "pyano", "piane", "pieyne", "pioigne", "pioyne", "pyan", "pyon", "pyone", "pyoun", "pionre", "pion", "pyne", "peeann", "pyione", "piny", "pinny", "peeny", "piney", "pinney", "peenie", ...), span. "peonía" (1490), frz. "pivoine", ital. "peonia" (1327), port. "peónia" (17. Jh.), bot. "Paeonia", ist die wissenschaftliche Gattungsbezeichnung der dt. "Pfingstrose, auch dt. "Päonie".

    Man findet es als anglo-normanisch "peonie", "pionie", "pione", "pioine" und altfrz. "pione", "peone", "peoine", "pyoinne", alt-okkzit. "pionia" (14. Jh.). Lat. "paeonia", "paenia", "peonia", "pæonia", "pionia", geht weiter zurück auf griech. "paionia", "paionía" (weibliche Form von griech. "paionios") = wörtlich dt. "die Heilende". Diese Bedeutung findet man personifiziert in der griechischen Mythologie. Der Gott bzw. Arzt "Paieon", "Paion", "Paean" heilte mit dieser Pflanze Pluto (auch "Hades", der Gott der Unterwelt, des Reichtums und des Überflusses), der von Herakles verwundet worden war. Der Gebrauch als "heilende" Arzneipflanze (sowohl Wurzeln, Blüten und Samen wurden als Medizin verwendet) führte auch zu dem Artnamen "officinalis".

    Als Farbbezeichnung wird engl. "peonie" mit engl. "dark pink", "crimson" gleichgesetzt.



    (E?)(L?) http://www.alphadictionary.com/articles/eponyms/index.html

    "peony": A domestic tuber with large flowers thick with petals. Possibly from Greek "Paeon" {also "Paean") "healer" and "song" (probably because incantation was a part of healing at the time), alternative name for "Apollo", the physician of the Greek gods and himself the god of healing.


    (E6)(L1) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Colors_P.html

    Peony | Peony Purple | Peony Red


    (E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#16

    "Peony" als Farbe: - #681c23 - Peony



    (E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#254

    "Peony Purple" als Farbe: - #d5265b - Peony Purple



    (E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#13

    "Peony Red" als Farbe: - #7b001c - Peony Red



    (E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#16

    "Peony Red" als Farbe: - #681c23 - Peony Red



    (E1)(L1) http://www.babynamewizard.com/baby-name/girl/peony


    (E1)(L1) https://www.bartleby.com/81/P1.html

    Peony (The)


    (E1)(L1) https://www.bartleby.com/81/P2.html

    Piony or Peony.


    (E?)(L1) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/exploreraltflash/?tag=&page=97

    Pomona Porcelain Lidded Teapot A mid eighteenth century early porcelain teapot with a peony design made in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Contributed by Museum


    (E?)(L?) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/objects/_SVZ9xkCRTSFeG_mF5Xh3g


    (E?)(L?) http://www.botanikus.de/Botanik3/Ordnung/Pfingstrose/pfingstrose.html

    Echte Pfingstrose
    Paeonia officinalis
    Pfingstrosengewächse
    ...


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

    "Peony" (cigarettes)


    (E?)(L?) http://hotword.dictionary.com/kamuro-peony/

    Each firework type has a name, so see how to spot a kamuro or peony
    July 3, 2010 33 Comments Share
    Independence Day fireworks generally elicit compulsory “ooohs” and ahhhs.” After perusing this post, you should be able to refine your appreciative exclamations: “Oooh, a peony” and “ahhh, a kamuro.”
    The peony is one of the most common kinds of aerial pyrotechnic effects. It is named for a variety of plants with large,
    CONTINUE READING »


    (E?)(L?) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=peony


    (E?)(L?) http://www.globalgallery.com/enlarge/026-36095/


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php

    Roses


    (E6)(L1) http://www.HelpMeFind.com/Peonies/


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/Peonies/plants.php?tab=2


    (E?)(L?) http://www.howstuffworks.com/search.php?terms=Peony

    Your search for "Peony" returned 36 articles


    (E?)(L?) http://www.idahobotanicalgarden.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=feature.display&feature_id=18&CFID=552970&CFTOKEN=97508362

    Peony Collection


    (E6)(L1) http://www.imagines-plantarum.de/cname2frm.html

    common peony


    (E?)(L?) http://county.milwaukee.gov/PeonyGarden10683.htm

    Peony Garden


    (E?)(L?) http://mizian.com.ne.kr/englishwiz/library/names/etymology_of_first_names.htm

    PEONY "peony" (Greek). A flower name. It was believed to have healing qualities so was named after Pæon, the doctor of the gods.


    (E?)(L?) http://hpd.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/household/list?tbl=TblChemicals&alpha=P

    Peony extract


    (E2)(L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/peony


    (E?)(L?) http://apps.rhs.org.uk/advicesearch/AtoZ.aspx




    (E?)(L?) http://www.valentine.gr/mythology4_en.php

    Peony-Plant of Healing.
    Happy Life and Prosperity.
    It is believed that Peony is named after "Paeon" (also known as "Paean"), who was a healing deity who had healed Hades’ and Ares’ wounds. The flower myth related, says that Paeon was a student of Asclepius, the god of medicine and healing. He was once instructed by Leto (Apollo's mother and goddess of fertility) to obtain a magical root growing on Mount Olympus that would soothe the pain of women in childbirth. Asclepius became jealous and threatened to kill his pupil.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.valentine.gr/linkOfTheMonth-october2004.php

    Tree peony - Paeonia suffruticosa


    (E?)(L?) http://www.wdl.org/en/item/11/#q=Peony+and+Canary&view_type=gallery&search_page=1&qla=en

    Peony and Canary


    (E?)(L?) http://www.wdl.org/en/search/gallery/?q=Peony&qla=en




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

    Peony : greek - flower name


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

    Engl. "Peony" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1710 auf.

    Erstellt: 2012-12

    Peter Beales - Rose

    Die Rose trägt denNamen des englischen Rosenzüchters "Peter Beales".

    (E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/


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


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=30027


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

    Peter Beales, CLEexpert, Clements (USA) 2000 Strauchrose rot stasrk duftend

    Dem Rosenexperten, Rosenzüchter und Rosenbuchautoren Peter Beales gewidmet.


    peterboyd
    Boyd, Peter D. A.
    Scots Roses

    (E6)(L?) http://www.peterboyd.com/

    This site is intended to provide access to web versions of popular articles and academic papers written by Peter Boyd over a number of years.

    The subjects have included Charles Darwin, GIS (Geographical Information Systems), museums, "Scots Roses", lifelong-learning, heritage websites, "garden history", geology, micropalaeontology, palaeoecology, environmental archaeology, ceramics, Victorian decorative arts and local history.

    The places have included Shrewsbury, Shropshire, Devon, the Inner Hebrides, Essex and the City of London.


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

    Peter Boyd is Museums Collections Manager for Shrewsbury Museums Service. The creation and development of the Darwin Country lifelong learning website has been a major feature of his work 2000-2004. Latterly, an online collections management system, ShrewD Online, is under development from Darwin Country and Shrewsbury Museums Service database, ShrewD.

    Career | Publications | What's New

    Web versions of published and other contributions: (Mit Links zu den einzelnen Artikeln)


    (E?)(L1) http://www.peterboyd.com/mcmurtrie.htm

    Paper for the RNRS Historic Rose Journal on "Mary McMurtrie, painter of Scots Roses" Mary McMurtrie 1902-2003


    (E?)(L1) http://www.peterboyd.com/rosapimp2.htm




    (E?)(L1) http://www.peterboyd.com/rosapimp.htm




    (E?)(L1) http://www.peterboyd.com/contrib.htm

    Published Contributions


    Portland Rose (Redouté) - Rose

    Die Portland Rosen tragen den Namen der "Herzogin von Portland" (Margaret Cavendish Bentinck, 2nd Duchess of Portland). Diese erhielt um das Jahr 1800 eine Rose aus Italien, die bis dahin als "Rosa paestana" bekannt war. Die "Duchess of Portland" sandte einen Ableger an André Dupont, einen Gärtner der Kaiserin Josephine. Diese gab der Rose den Namen der Spenderin. Aus dieser Rose entstand eine ganze Klasse von Rosen.

    | *Hybrid Perpetual Roses The section | *Portland roses The section | Adèle | Aotearoa New Zealand | Arthur de Sansal | Arthur de Sansal | Bewitched | Bloomfield Abundance | Bonnie Prince | Cathedral | Charisma | Charlotte Armstrong | Chicago Peace | Comte de Chambord | Coventry Cathedral | Duchess of Portland | Duchesse d'Angoulême | Eclipse | El Capitan | Europeana | Evening Star | Fashion | Fragrant Cloud | Fred Edmunds | | Glenn Dale | Grande Duchesse Charlotte | Grandpa Dickson | Handel | Holstein | Honour | Ice White | Indigo | Jacques Cartier | Jeune Henry | Joasine Hanet | Julie Krudner | Keepsake | Kordes' Perfecta | Las Vegas | Love | Lowell Thomas | Luis Brinas | Marbrée | Marie de St Jean | Marie Robert | Matangi | Medalion | Miranda | Miss All-American Beauty | Mme Henry Guillot | Mme Knorr | Molly McGredy | Montezuma | Mrs Sam McGredy | My Choice | New Zealand | Olympiad | Panachée de Lyon | Paradise | Pascali | Peace | Pink Favourite | Pink Parfait | Pinocchio | Poulsen's Bedder | Princess Margaret of England | Pristine | Prominent | Quatre Saisons d'Italie | Queen Elizabeth | Red Devil | Rembrandt | Rose de Puteaux | Rose de Rescht | Rose du Roi | Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourpres | Royal Amethyst | Royal Highness | Royal Sunset | Rubaiyat | Sarabande | Saturnia | Secret | Signora | Silver Lining | Spartan | Sun Flare | Sutter's Gold | Texas Centennial | Tony Jacklin | Touch of Class | Tropicana | Trumpeter | Vogue | Wandering Minstrel | Yolande d'Aragon

    (E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

    043 'Duchess of Portland' Rose | R. portlandica | Rosier de Portland | Rosa Damascena Coccinea

    PICTURE SOURCE Les Roses, Volume I (1817)
    ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Damascena Coccinea"
    ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "Rosier de Portland"
    CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. portlandica"
    COMMON NAME "Duchess of Portland"
    OTHER NAMES "Portland Rose", "Scarlet Four Seasons Rose"
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    ORIGIN Unknown; c.1770, possibly a hybrid between a Damask or Gallica Rose and a China Rose
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    At left; picture of the Duchess of Portland Rose, R. portlandica, painted by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, portrait 043 out of 170, Volume I of Les Roses
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    Portland Rose


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    Suchresultate für 'Portland Rose':

    | Ambridge Rose | Ambridge Rose, Standard | Belle Portugaise | Burgundy Rose | Cottage Rose | Emanuel (syn Crocus Rose), Standard | Emanuel (syn. Crocus Rose) | Emanuel (syn. Crocus Rose), Hedging | England's Rose | Gerbe Rose | Julia's Rose | Port Sunlight | Port Sunlight, Standard | Portmeirion | R. Paulii Rosea | R. spinosissima 'Dunwich Rose' | Rose de Rescht | Rose du Roi | Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourpres | Rose of Picardy | Rose-Marie Viaud | Rosemoor | Roseraie de l'Hay | Seven Sisters' Rose | Sophy's Rose | Sophy's Rose, Standard | The Alexandra Rose | The Alnwick® Rose | The Alnwick® Rose, Hedging | The Times Rose |


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    The Portland Rose


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    Portland Roses

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    ... [Their origins] are shrouded in mystery … but we do know that around the year 1800 the Duchess of Portland obtained from Italy a rose known as Rosa paestana or 'Scarlet Four Seasons Rose', and that it was from this rose that the group developed… The Portland Rose was sent from England to France where André Dupont, gardener to the Empress Joséphine, named it 'Duchess of Portland', and it was not very long before the French had raised numerous varieties…


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    Portland Roses (See Old Roses)

    Portland roses were named after Margaret Cavendish Bentinck, 2nd Duchess of Portland. The original, a hybrid between an Autumn Damask and R. gallica Officinalis, has been known since I 792. Portland roses were valued for their late flowering as well as their rich red colour, and were soon crossed with Chinas to produce the forerunners of the Hybrid Perpetual.

    In the nineteenth century, by crossing roses from the Orient with those from the west, new groups were developed. Among these were the Portland Roses, though few of them now remain.


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    Portland Rose


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    Portland Rosen

    Aus einer Kreuzung einer Herbst-"Damaszener Rose" mit einer "Rosa Chinensis" entstand gegen Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts in Italien eine neue Rose. Sie wurde nach der Herzogin von Portland, welche sie nach England brachte "Duchesse of Portland" getauft. Zartrosa bis karmesin- und purpurrot erscheinen die Blüten mit einem intensivem Damaszena-Duft. Viele Sorten der kompakt wachsenden Büsche blühen im Spätsommernach.


    Arthur de Sansal | Duchesse de Rohan | Marbree | Mme. Boll | Mme. Knorr | Portland ("Duchesse of Portland") | Rose du Roi

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    "Portland" - These are named after the Duchess of Portland who received (from Italy in 1800) a rose then known as R. paestana or "Scarlet Four Seasons" Rose' (now known simply as "The Portland Rose"). This group was developed from that rose. Repeat-flowering. Example: "James Veitch", "Rose de Rescht", "The Portland Rose".


    Erstellt: 2012-10

    Primrose - Rose

    Primrose ly Light Yellow, Tea (OGR) 1908

    "Primevère" - synonym: "Primrose"

    Neben der engl. "Primrose" = dt. "Primel" = wörtlich dt. "Erstling" gibt es auch eine Rose namens "Primrose".

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    Primrose Roses - Roses whose color is Primrose

    | Agnes | Alberic Barbier | Anna Zinkeisen | April Moon | Canary Bird | Cantabrigiensis | Captain Thomas | Celine Forestier | Charlotte | Dunwich Rose | Easlea's Golden Rambler | Elina | Fairhope | Frances Phoebe | Fruhlingsgold | Golden Wings | Goldfinch | Hebe's Lip | Irish Gold | Isabella Sprunt | J.P. Connell | Leverkusen | Limelight | Luis Desamero | Madame Butterfly | Madame Butterfly, Climbing | Mary Webb | Mermaid | Northern Lights | park's yellow tea scented china | paul's lemon pillar | perle des jardins | prairie harvest | primavere | sonnenschirm | the pilgrim | thisbe | windrush | yellow button


    Erstellt: 2012-10

    Primrose Queen - Rose

    Primrose Queen my Medium Yellow, Hybrid Tea

    Die Namengebung "Primrose" bezieht sich eventuell auf die primelähnliche Farbe der Rose.

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    Primrose Queen (china, Lippiatt, 1911)
    China / Bengale, Tea. Light yellow. Mild fragrance. Medium, double (17-25 petals) bloom form. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. USDA zone 7b and warmer. W.E. Lippiatt (1911).

    Syn.:


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    Primrose Queen (hybrid tea, Unknown, 1999)
    Hybrid Tea. Yellow. Unknown origin (1999).


    Erstellt: 2012-10

    Profusion Roses

    Frz. "profusion" (1495), engl. "profusion" = dt. "Überfluß", "Fülle" geht zurück auf lat. "profusio" = dt. "Ausfluss", "Erguss", "Verschwendung", und weiter auf lat. "profundere" = dt. "hingießen", "hervorströmen lassen", "vergießen", "verschütten", "abfließen".

    Für lat. "fundo" findet man zwei Bedeutungsvarianten:

    1: dt. "mit einem Boden versehen", "gründen", "begründen", "festigen", "befestigen", "sichern" (vgl. auch dt. "dundiert")

    2: dt: (Flüssiges) "ausgießen", (Festes) "ausschütten", "flüssig machen", "schmelzen", "Geschosse schleudern", "im Überfluss strömen lassen", "benetzen", "ausströmen lassen", "hören lassen", "hervorbringen", "erzeugen", "ausbreiten", "verbreiten", "vertreiben", "niederwerfen", "zu Boden strecken".

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    Rambler Roses

    Engl. "ramble" (1443 / 1620) = dt. "wandern", "umherwandern", "sich winden", geht möglicherweise zurück auf altengl. "romen", mengl. "romblen" = dt. "wandern", "gehen". Ein weiterer Nachfolger ist engl. "roaming" = dt. "Rufbereichswechsel" (zu engl. "roam" = dt. "umherstreifen", "umherwandern").

    Eine andere Herleitung nimmt Bezug zu mndl. "*rammelen" = engl. "to wander about in a state of sexual desire", zu "rammen" = dt. "kopulieren" (vgl. dt. "rammeln").

    Im übertragenen Sinn hat engl. "ramble" auch die Bedeutung dt. "vom Thema abschweifen", "daherreden".

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    Rambling Roses usually have numerous small flowers held in large bunches, and have the ability to send up strong, frequently long, stems from the base of the plant. They flower with great freedom, giving a mass of bloom, but this is only once in the year, except where noted. Their growth is robust but graceful and they are ideal for covering large areas. Usually they require little pruning except for the removal of older growth when this becomes too dense. This should be done after flowering. They form a very important group that is worthy of more attention in present day gardens. They have many uses - for arches, pergolas, rambling through bushes and into trees, covering unsightly objects, etc. Do not be put off by the fact that they flower only once in the summer: they are in fact much better for such purposes. As with the Climbing Roses, there are a number of classes.


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    | Adelaide d'Orléans | Aglaia | Albéric Barbier | Albertine | Alexandre Girault | Alida Lovett | Amadis | American Pillar | Auguste Gervais | Baltimore Belle | Belvedere | Bleu Magenta | Blush Rambler | Bobbie James | Crimson Shower | Débutante | Dentelle de Malines | Dorothy Perkins | Dr. W. Van Fleet | Dundee Rambler | Easlea's Golden Rambler | Emily Gray | Euphrosyne | Evangeline | Félicité et Perpétue | Flora | Francis E. Lester | François Juranville | Gardenia | Gerbe Rose | Ghislaine de Féligonde | Goldfinch | Kew Rambler | Lady Godiva | Léontine Gervais | Long John Silver | Lykkefund | Malvern Hills | Mary Wallace | May Queen | Minnehaha | Mme Sancy de Parabère | Mountain Snow | Open Arms | Paul Noël | Paul's Scarlet Climber | Phyllis Bide | Pleine de Grâce | Princesse Louise | R. Anemone | R. Anemone 'Ramona' | R. arvensis | R. Banksiae Banksiae | R. Banksiae Lutea | R. Banksiae Normalis | R. Bracteata | R. Brunonii 'La Mortola' | R. Filipes 'Brenda Colvin' | | R. Helenae | R. Laevigata | R. Laevigata 'Cooperi' | R. Moschata | R. Moschata 'Princesse de Nassau' | R. Mulliganii | R. Rubus | R. Sinowilsonii | R. Soulieana | R. Wichurana | Rambling Rosie | René André | Rose-Marie Viaud | Russelliana | Sanders' White | Seven Sisters' Rose | Snow Goose | Super Dorothy | Super Elfin | Super Excelsa | Super Fairy | The Garland | Thelma | Treasure Trove | Veilchenblau | Venusta Pendula | Violette | Wedding Day


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    ramble: move aimlessly (Sunday December 28)


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    ramble


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    Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

    Engl. "Rambler Roses" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1890 auf.

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    Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

    Engl. "ramble" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1630 auf.

    Erstellt: 2012-12

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    Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)
    Rosen

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    The RHS Plant Finder exists to put enthusiastic gardeners in touch with suppliers of plants, many of them unusual. There are over 70,000 plants in the RHS Plant Finder, a list compiled and updated annually from the catalogues of over 800 UK nurseries. Search our database online to find that elusive plant and the supplier closest to you.

    Summary of records matching rose in the RHS Plant Finder:
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    Abutilon | Acer | Achillea | Achimenantha | Achimenes | Adenium | Adonis | Aeonium | Aethionema | Agastache | Alcea | Allium | Alstroemeria | Anagallis | Andromeda | Anemone | Antigonon | Antirrhinum | Aptenia | Aquilegia | Arabis | Arctotis | Argyranthemum | Argyreia | Armeria | Aster | Aubrieta | Begonia | Bellis | Berberis | Bletilla | Boronia | Bougainvillea | Brigandra | Caladium | Calathea | Callirhoe | Calluna | Camellia | Canna | Catharanthus | Ceanothus | Chamerion | Chrysanthemum | Cirsium | Cistus | Cornus | Coronilla | Cotoneaster | Crassula | Crocosmia | Crocus | Cynoglossum | Dahlia | Daphne | | Deutzia | Dianthus | Dodecatheon | Echeveria | | Epilobium | Epimedium | Erica | Erigeron | Erythronium | Escallonia | Eucalyptus | Fallopia | Fraxinus | Fuchsia | Gazania | Geum | Gladiolus | Gypsophila | Halimiocistus | Halimium | Hebe | Hedera | Helianthemum | Hemerocallis | Heuchera | Hibiscus | Hippeastrum | Hyacinthoides | Hyacinthus | Hypericum | Impatiens | Iris | Isopogon | Ixia | Jovibarba | Kerria | Knautia | Lantana | Lathyrus | Lewisia | Lilium | Lobelia | Lychnis | Lythrum | Magnolia | Malus | Medinilla | Merremia | Mimulus | Monarda | Musa | Narcissus | Nemesia | Nerine | Nerium | Nymphaea | Ozothamnus | Paeonia | Papaver | Peganum | Pelargonium | Pennisetum | Penstemon | Persicaria | Petunia | Phlox | Physostegia | Pieris | Plantago | Platycodon | Pleione | Portulaca | Primula | Protea | Ranunculus | Rhodiola | Rhodohypoxis | Rhodoxis | Ribes | Robinia | Rosa | | Rubus | Salvia | Scabiosa | Sedum | Selaginella | Sempervivum | Sidalcea | Sinningia | Solenostemon | Sorbus | Sparrmannia | Streptocarpus | Streptopus | Syzygium | Tabernaemontana | Tanacetum | Telopea | Teucrium | Thymus | Tiarella | Tsuga | Tuberaria | Tulipa | Turnera | Verbascum | Verbena | Veronica | Viburnum | Vitis | Zantedeschia | Zephyranthes

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    Abutilon - 'Bloomsbury Rose' - 'Eric Rose' | Acer - palmatum 'Abigail Rose' | Achillea - millefolium 'Oertels Rose' - 'Rose Madder' | x Achimenantha - menantha 'Rose Bouquet' | Achimenes - 'Cameo Rose' - 'Old Rose Pink' | Adenium - obesum | Adonis - annua | Aeonium - arboreum - canariense | Aethionema - 'Warley Rose' | Agastache - cana 'Cinnabar Rose' - mexicana 'Rose Beauty' | Alcea - rosea Chater's Double Group pink - rosea double rose | Allium - canadense | Alstroemeria - 'Solent Rose' | Anagallis - arvensis | Andromeda - polifolia | Anemone - hybrida 'Margarete' misapplied see Anemone hybrida 'Montrose' - hybrida 'Montrose' - tomentosa 'Rose Beauty' | Antigonon - leptopus | Antirrhinum - Chandelier Rose Pink = 'Yarob' | Aptenia - cordifolia | Aquilegia - 'Burnished Rose' - flabellata 'Cameo Rose and White' - flabellata 'Cameo Rose' - 'Rose Queen' - 'Rose Red' - vulgaris var. flore-pleno 'Dorothy Rose' - vulgaris var. flore-pleno 'Frilly Dilly Rose' - vulgaris 'Pom Pom Rose' - vulgaris var. stellata 'Rose Barlow' | Arabis - arendsii 'Rose Frost' | Arctotis - hybrida 'China Rose' | Argyranthemum - Blushing Rose = 'Supaellie' - frutescens Blazer Rose = 'Supaglow' | Argyreia - nervosa | Armeria - juniperifolia rose-flowered - maritima | Aster - novae-angliae - novae-angliae 'Rose Williams' - novi-belgii 'Autumn Rose' - novi-belgii 'Margaret Rose' - novi-belgii 'Rose Bonnet' - novi-belgii 'Rose Bouquet' | Aubrieta - 'Rose Queen' - 'Royal Rose' | Begonia - 'Bouton de Rose' - 'Illumination Rose' - 'Plum Rose' - 'Pretty Rose' - 'Tea Rose' | Bellis - perennis 'Rusher Rose' | Berberis - thunbergii f. atropurpurea 'Rose Glow' | Bletilla - Penway Rose g. | Boronia - serrulata | Bougainvillea - 'Rose Parme' | x Brigandra - rigandra calliantha 'Tinney's Rose' | Caladium - 'Symphonie Rose' | Calathea - roseopicta | Callirhoe - involucrata | Calluna - vulgaris 'Highland Rose' - vulgaris 'Old Rose' - vulgaris 'Silver Rose' | Camellia - japonica 'Double Rose' - japonica 'Margaret Rose' - japonica 'Preston Rose' - japonica 'Red Red Rose' - japonica 'Rose Dawn' - williamsii 'Empire Rose' - williamsii 'Rose Court' - williamsii 'Rose Parade' - williamsii 'Rose Quartz' | Canna - 'Rose Futurity' - 'Tropical Rose' + | Canna - 'Tropical Rose' red | Catharanthus - roseus | Ceanothus - pallidus 'Perle Rose' | Chrysanthemum - 'Delta Rose' - 'Fairy Rose' - 'Fairy Rose' - 'Gompie Rose' - 'June Rose' - 'Purple Chempak Rose' - 'Red Chempak Rose' - 'Rose Broadway Mandy' - 'Rose Enbee Wedding' - 'Rose Mayford Perfection' - 'Rose Patricia Millar' - 'Rose Payton Lady' - Rose Pink Debonair = 'Rosepink Yodebo' - 'Spartan Rose' - 'Tapestry Rose' | Cirsium - japonicum 'Early Rose Beauty' - japonicum 'Rose Beauty' | Cistus - last listed in 2003 - albidus - argenteus 'Peggy Sammons' - argenteus Dans. 'Silver Pink' ambig. - crispatus 'Warley Rose' - crispus L. - cyprius var. ellipticus 'Elma' - dansereaui 'Decumbens' - 'Grayswood Pink' - laurifolius - monspeliensis - pulverulentus 'Sunset' - purpureus - 'Snow Fire' | Clematis - 'Etoile Rose' - ochotensis 'Carmen Rose' - 'Pagoda' - 'Pearl Rose' | Clematis - 'Rose Supreme' - viticella 'Flore Pleno' - 'Warwickshire Rose' | Cornus - kousa 'Autumn Rose' - kousa 'Radiant Rose' | Coronilla - varia | Cotoneaster | including plants of known wild origin - microphyllus Wall. ex Lindl. | | Crocosmia - crocosmiiflora 'Rose Queen' | Crocus - sativus | Cynoglossum - amabile f. roseum 'Mystery Rose' - officinale | Dahlia - 'Caer Urfa' - 'Decorette Rose' - 'Diamond Rose' - 'Hamari Rosé' - 'Miss Rose Fletcher' - 'Rose Cupid' | Dahlia - 'Rose Jupiter' - 'Rose Tendre' - 'Rothesay Rose' | Daphne - cneorum 'Rose Glow' - hendersonii 'Blackthorn Rose' | | Deutzia - hybrida 'Mont Rose' - hybrida 'Perle Rose' | Dianthus - 'Barleyfield Rose' - 'Farnham Rose' - 'Firecrest Rose' - 'Fragrant Rose' - 'Oakington' - 'Oakwood Rose Parker' - pavonius - 'Rose de Mai' - 'Rose Joy' | Dianthus - 'Rose Monica Wyatt' - 'Rose Perfection' - superbus 'Rose' - 'Whatfield Rose' | Dodecatheon - meadia 'Purple Rose' | Echeveria - elegans | | Epimedium - grandiflorum 'Crimson Beauty' - grandiflorum 'Rose Queen' | Erica - carnea 'Pirbright Rose' - cinerea 'Hardwick's Rose' - cinerea 'Old Rose' - cinerea 'Rose Queen' - spiculifolia 'Balkan Rose' - stuartii 'Irish Rose' | Erigeron - 'Rose Jewel' | Erythronium - dens-canis 'Rose Queen' - revolutum 'Rose Beauty' | Escallonia - 'Donard Rose' | Eucalyptus - grandis | Fallopia - japonica var. compacta f. rosea | Fraxinus - americana 'Rosehill' | Fuchsia - 'Coral Rose' - 'Dawn Fantasia' - 'Deben Rose' - 'Dusky Rose' - 'English Rose' - 'Gordon's China Rose' - 'Margaret Rose' - 'Mexicali Rose' Machado - 'Minirose' - 'Pee Wee Rose' - 'Rambling Rose' - 'Romany Rose' - 'Rose Aylett' - 'Rose Bradwardine' - 'Rose Churchill' - 'Rose Fantasia' | Fuchsia - 'Rose Lace' - 'Rose Marie' - 'Rose of Castile' - 'Rose of Castile Improved' - 'Rose of Denmark' - 'Rose Reverie' - 'Rose Winston' - 'Rosecroft Beauty' - 'Star Rose' - 'Sylvia Rose' | Gazania - 'Kiss Rose' | Geum - rivale 'Deep Rose' | Gladiolus - 'Antique Rose' - 'Jeannie Rose' - 'Lavender Rose' - 'Princess Margaret Rose' - 'Rose Elf' | Gypsophila - repens 'Letchworth Rose' - repens 'Rose Fountain' | x Halimiocistus - iocistus sahucii - iocistus wintonensis | Halimium - lasianthum - 'Susan' | Hebe - 'Trenchant Rose' | Hedera - helix 'Olive Rose' | Helianthemum - 'Amy Baring' - apenninum - canum - 'Ellen' - 'Fire Dragon' - 'Henfield Brilliant' - 'Jubilee' | Helianthemum - 'Linton Rose' - 'Mrs C.W. Earle' - oelandicum subsp. alpestre - 'Rhodanthe Carneum' - 'Rosakönigin' - 'Rose of Leeswood' - 'The Bride' - 'Watergate Rose' - | Hemerocallis - 'Antique Rose' - 'Jedi Rose Frost' - 'My Sweet Rose' - 'Neon Rose' - 'Neyron Rose' | Hemerocallis - 'Ricky Rose' - 'Romantic Rose' - 'Rose Emily' - 'Rose Festival' - 'Rose Fever' - 'Rose Roland' - 'Rose Talisman' - 'Siloam Rose Dawn' - 'Siloam Rose Queen' - 'Tootsie Rose' - 'Velvet Rose' | Heuchera - 'Smokey Rose' | Hibiscus - coccineus - militaris - moscheutos - mutabilis - rosa-sinensis - rosa-sinensis 'Cooperi' - syriacus - syriacus 'Bredon Springs' | Hibiscus - syriacus 'Hamabo' - syriacus 'Lenny' - syriacus 'Meehanii' - syriacus 'Oiseau Bleu' - syriacus 'Red Heart' - syriacus White Chiffon = 'Notwoodtwo' - syriacus 'William R. Smith' - syriacus 'Woodbridge' | Hippeastrum - 'San Antonio Rose' | Hyacinthoides - hispanica 'Rose' | Hyacinthus - orientalis 'Mulberry Rose' | Hypericum - calycinum - perforatum | Impatiens - 'Diamond Rose' - walleriana 'Burgundy Rose' - walleriana 'Sparkler Rose' | Iris - 'Adobe Rose' - 'Broadleigh Rose' | Iris - 'Camelot Rose' - 'Carolyn Rose' - 'Cimarron Rose' - ensata 'Rose Queen' - 'French Rose' - innominata rose - 'La Vie en Rose' - 'Lively Rose' - 'Mulberry Rose' - 'Rancho Rose' - 'Rose Violet' - sibirica 'Sparkling Rosé' - 'Windsor Rose' | Isopogon - dubius | Ixia - 'Rose Emperor' | Jovibarba - heuffelii 'Mont Rose' - heuffelii 'Red Rose' | Kerria - japonica 'Golden Guinea' - japonica 'Pleniflora' | Knautia - arvensis | Lantana - camara 'Feston Rose' | Lathyrus - latifolius 'Rose Queen' | Lewisia - cotyledon 'Rose Splendour' | Lilium - candidum - 'Rosefire' | Lobelia - cardinalis 'Rose Beacon' - 'Fan Orchidrosa' - 'Fan Zinnoberrosa' | Lychnis - chalcedonica - coronaria - coronaria 'Alba' - walkeri 'Abbotswood Rose' | Lythrum - salicaria - salicaria 'Rose' - virgatum 'Rose Queen' | Magnolia - stellata 'King Rose' | Malus - domestica 'Api Rose' | Medinilla - magnifica | Merremia - tuberosa | Mimulus - bifidus 'Verity Rose' - 'Highland Pink Rose' - 'Old Rose' | Monarda - didyma | Musa - acuminata 'Rose' | Narcissus - 'California Rose' - 'Desert Rose' - 'Fragrant Rose' - 'Little Rosie' - 'Numen Rose' - pseudonarcissus - 'Ribald' - 'Rose Gold' - 'Rose of May' - 'Rose Royale' | Narcissus - 'Rose Umber' - 'Ruby Rose' - 'Tara Rose' - 'Tyrian Rose' - 'Verran Rose' | Nemesia - Aromatica Rose Pink = 'Balarropi' - 'Rose Wings' | Nerine - 'Rose Camellia' - 'Rose Godman' | Nerium - oleander - oleander 'Mont Rose' - oleander 'Rose des Borrels' - oleander 'Rose des Vents' | Nymphaea - 'Perry's Rich Rose' - 'Perry's Super Rose' - 'Perry's Vivid Rose' - 'Rose Arey' - 'Rose Magnolia' | Ozothamnus - 'Rose Dazzler' | Paeonia - lactiflora 'June Rose' | Paeonia - lactiflora 'Kelway's Scented Rose' - lactiflora 'Rose of Delight' - lactiflora 'White Rose of Sharon' - officinalis - officinalis 'China Rose' - 'Red Red Rose' - 'Rose Garland' | Papaver - nudicaule 'Wonderland Rose' - orientale 'Glowing Rose' - orientale 'Hewitt's Old Rose' - orientale 'Rose Queen' - rhoeas | Peganum - harmala | Pelargonium - 'Americana Deep Rose' - 'Camphor Rose' - capitatum - 'Crowfoot Rose' - 'Decora Rose' - 'Dusty Rose' - 'Eden Rose' | Pelargonium - 'Gemma Rose' - graveolens - 'Hazel Rose' - 'Hederinum' - 'Hindoo Rose' - - 'Laced Mini Rose Cascade' - 'Mexically Rose' - 'Millfield Rose' - 'Monkwood Rose' - 'Old Rose' - 'Peppermint Scented Rose' - 'Phil Rose' - 'Philomel Rose' - 'Pixie Rose' - 'Quantock Rose' - 'Rober's Lemon Rose' - 'Rose Bengal' - 'Rose Crystal' | Pelargonium - Rose Evka = 'Penevro' - 'Rose Irene' - 'Rose Jewel' - 'Rose of Amsterdam' - 'Rose Paton's Unique' - 'Rose Rambler' - 'Rose Silver Cascade' - 'Rose Slam' - 'Rose Startel' - 'Rose Unique' - 'Rose's Orange' - 'Rosmaroy' - 'Round Leaf Rose' - 'Seale Rose Pink' - 'Shrubland Rose' - 'Silver Leaf Rose' - 'Stellar Pixie Rose' - 'Summer Rose Lilac' - 'Super Rose' | Pennisetum - orientale 'Karley Rose' | Penstemon - hartwegii 'Tubular Bells Rose' - 'Pensham Tiger Belle Rose' - 'Rosy Blush' - rupicola 'Conwy Rose' | Persicaria - amplexicaulis 'Rowden Rose Quartz' | Petunia - Surfinia Rose Pink = 'Sunrospi' - Surfinia Rose Vein = 'Sunrove' | Phlox - douglasii 'Rose Cushion' - douglasii 'Rose Queen' - douglasii 'Silver Rose' - paniculata 'Hogg Rose' - paniculata 'Zurstock Rose' - subulata 'Rose Mabel' | Physostegia - virginiana 'Grandiflora Rose' - virginiana 'Rose Queen' - virginiana var. speciosa 'Bouquet Rose' | Pieris - japonica 'Bonfire' - japonica 'Valley Rose' | Plantago - lanceolata 'Burren Rose' - major 'Rosularis' | Platycodon - grandiflorus 'Florist Rose' | Pleione - Surtsey g. 'Stephanie Rose' | Portulaca - grandiflora | Primula - 'April Rose' - auricula 'Rose Conjou' - auricula 'Rose Kaye' - Barnhaven hybrids - denticulata rose - 'Fairy Rose' KRW 180/48 - Old Rose Victorians Group - 'Rose O'Day' - 'Rowallane Rose' | Protea - nana | Ranunculus - acris | Rhodiola - rhodantha | Rhodiola - rosea | Rhododendron - 'Anna Rose Whitney' - 'April Rose' - 'Charming Rose' - cinnabarinum subsp. cinnabarinum 'Vin Rosé' - 'Dartmoor Rose' - 'Denny's Rose' - Diamant Group pink - ferrugineum - 'Fred Rose' - 'Guelder Rose' - 'Kermesinum Rosé' - racemosum 'Rock Rose' ex R 11265 | including plants of known wild origin - Rêve Rose Group - 'Rose Bud' - 'Rose de Flandre' - 'Rose Elf' - 'Rose Glow' - 'Rose Gown' - 'Rose Greeley' | Rhododendron - 'Rose Haze' - 'Rose Ruffles' - 'Rose Torch' - 'Rosebud' - 'Shantung Rose' - 'Shintoki-no-hagasane' - 'Spring Rose' - 'Vintage Rosé' - 'Whisperingrose' - 'Wilbrit Rose' | Rhodohypoxis - 'Margaret Rose' | x Rhodoxis - Rhodoxis 'Aurora' | Ribes - rubrum 'Hollande Rose' | Robinia - hispida | Rosa | including plants of known wild origin - Abbeyfield Rose = 'Cocbrose' - 'Adélaïde d'Orléans' - 'Agnes' - alba - alba 'Alba Maxima' | Rosa - alba 'Alba Semiplena' - 'Albéric Barbier' - 'Albertine' - Alexander = 'Harlex' - 'Aloha' - Altissimo = 'Delmur' - Amber Queen = 'Harroony' - Ambridge Rose = 'Auswonder' - Anisley Dickson = 'Dickimono' - Anna Ford = 'Harpiccolo' - Anna Livia = 'Kormetter' - 'Arthur Bell' - arvensis - Avon = 'Poulmulti' - | Rosa - 'Belle de Crécy' - Berkshire = 'Korpinka' - 'Blairii Number Two' - 'Blanche Double de Coubert' - blanda - 'Blessings' - 'Bleu Magenta' - 'Bobbie James' - 'Browsholme Rose' - brunonii | including plants of known wild origin - 'Buff Beauty' - 'Burgundiaca' - caesia subsp. glauca - 'Camélia Rose' - Candy Rose = 'Meiranovi' - canina - 'Cantabrigiensis' - 'Capitaine John Ingram' | Rosa - 'Cardinal de Richelieu' - carolina - Caroline Clarke = 'Horbondarc' - 'Cécile Brünner' - Centenary = 'Koreledas' - - 'Cerise Bouquet' - 'Charles de Mills' - Charlie's Rose = 'Tanellepa' - Charlotte = 'Auspoly' - Cheshire = 'Korkonopi' - 'Chinatown' - chinensis Jacq. | Rosa - chinensis 'Angel Rose' - Cider Cup = 'Dicladida' - Claire Rose = 'Auslight' - 'Climbing Arthur Bell' - 'Climbing Cécile Brünner' - 'Climbing Iceberg' - 'Climbing Mrs Sam McGredy' - 'Climbing Shot Silk' - Colwyn Bay - 'Complicata' - 'Cooperi' - 'Cornelia' - Cottage Rose = 'Ausglisten' - 'Cramoisi Picotée' - 'Crimson Rambler' - 'Crimson Shower' | Rosa - Crocus Rose = 'Ausquest' - damascena var. semperflorens - damascena var. versicolor - 'Danse du Feu' - Dawn Chorus = 'Dicquasar' - 'De Rescht' - 'Deep Secret' - 'Du Maître d'Ecole' - Dublin Bay = 'Macdub' - 'Duc de Guiche' - 'Duchesse de Buccleugh' - 'Duchesse de Montebello' - 'Dupontii' - 'Easlea's Golden Rambler' - 'Eden Rose' - Eden Rose '88 = 'Meiviolin' - Eglantyne = 'Ausmak' - elegantula 'Persetosa' - | Rosa - England's Rose = 'Ausrace' - 'English Miss' - Escapade = 'Harpade' - Evelyn = 'Aussaucer' - Fascination = 'Poulmax' - fedtschenkoana hort. - 'Felicia' - 'Félicité Parmentier' - 'Félicité Perpétue' - Fellowship = 'Harwelcome' - 'Ferdinand Pichard' - - Flower Carpet White = 'Noaschnee' - foetida - foetida 'Bicolor' - foetida 'Persiana' - foliolosa - 'Fragrant Delight' - 'Francis E. Lester' | Rosa - 'François Juranville' - 'Fred Loads' - Freedom = 'Dicjem' - Friend for Life = 'Cocnanne' - 'Fritz Nobis' - 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup' - gallica 'Versicolor' - glauca Pourr. - 'Gloire de Dijon' - Golden Celebration = 'Ausgold' - 'Golden Showers' - 'Golden Wings' - Gordon's College = 'Cocjabby' | Rosa - Grouse = 'Korimro' - 'Hakuun' - Handel = 'Macha' - 'Hazel Rose' - hemisphaerica - Hertfordshire = 'Kortenay' - hibernica - High Hopes = 'Haryup' - Ice Cream = 'Korzuri' - Iceberg = 'Korbin' - Indian Summer = 'Peaperfume' - Ingrid Bergman = 'Poulman' - 'Ispahan' - Jacqueline du Pré = 'Harwanna' - Jenny's Rose = 'Cansit' - Jill's Rose = 'Ganjil' - 'Julia's Rose' - 'Just Joey' - Kathleen's Rose = 'Kirkitt' - Kent = 'Poulcov' | Rosa - Kitty = 'Beaarty' - L.D. Braithwaite = 'Auscrim' - 'Lady Penzance' - Lady Rose = 'Korlady' - laevigata - L'Aimant = 'Harzola' - Lancashire = 'Korstesgli' - Laura Ford = 'Chewarvel' - 'Lavender Lassie' - Lawinia = 'Tanklewi' - 'Leveson-Gower' - Lilac Rose = 'Auslilac' - Little Bo-peep = 'Poullen' - Lovely Lady = 'Dicjubell' - Loving Memory = 'Korgund' - luciae | Rosa - 'Lyon Rose' - macrophylla 'Master Hugh' | including plants of known wild origin - 'Madame Alfred Carrière' - 'Madame Grégoire Staechelin' - 'Madame Hardy' - 'Madame Knorr' - Magic Carpet = 'Jaclover' - 'Maiden's Blush' Hort. - 'Maigold' - majalis - Many Happy Returns = 'Harwanted' - 'Marchesa Boccella' - Margaret Merril = 'Harkuly' - 'Margaret's Variegated Rose' - 'Marguerite Hilling' - Marjorie Fair = 'Harhero' - Marry Me = 'Dicwonder' - Matangi = 'Macman' | Rosa - Memento = 'Dicbar' - 'Mermaid' - 'Mevrouw Nathalie Nypels' - Molineux = 'Ausmol' - mollis - 'Morning Jewel' - moschata - Mountbatten = 'Harmantelle' - mulliganii - - 'Nevada' - 'New Dawn' - 'Nozomi' - 'Nuits de Young' - nutkana - nutkana 'Plena' - odorata - odorata 'Mutabilis' | Rosa - odorata old crimson China - odorata 'Pallida' - odorata 'Viridiflora' - Ohshima Rose = 'Cochunter' - Open Arms = 'Chewpixcel' - Oxfordshire = 'Korfullwind' - 'Parade' - Pat Austin = 'Ausmum' - Paul Shirville = 'Harqueterwife' - 'Paul Transon' - - pendulina - Penny Lane = 'Hardwell' - 'Perle d'Or' - persica - 'Petite de Hollande' - 'Phyllis Bide' - pimpinellifolia | Rosa - pimpinellifolia 'Andrewsii' - pimpinellifolia 'Dunwich Rose' - Pink Flower Carpet = 'Noatraum' - pisocarpa - 'Pixie Rose' - Playgroup Rose = 'Horsun' - 'Portlandica' - 'Président de Sèze' - Pretty Lady = 'Scrivo' - Pretty Polly = 'Meitonje' - primula - - 'Prosperity' - Queen Mother = 'Korquemu' - 'Red Blanket = 'Intercell' - Red Eden Rose = 'Meidrason' - Remember Me = 'Cocdestin' - Remembrance = 'Harxampton' | Rosa - richardii - Rose 2000 = 'Cocquetrum' - 'Rose à Parfum de l'Ha¾' - 'Rose Ball' - 'Rose d'Amour' - 'Rose d'Hivers' - - 'Rose du Roi' - 'Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourpres' - 'Rose Edouard' - Rose Gaujard = 'Gaumo' - 'Rose Hannes' - 'Rose of Yunnan' - Rose Pearl = 'Korterschi' - Rose-Marie = 'Ausome' - 'Rose-Marie Viaud' - 'Rosemary Rose' - 'Roseraie de l'Ha¾' - Rosy Cushion = 'Interall' | Rosa - Roxburghe Rose = 'Cocember' - roxburghii - Royal Brompton Rose = 'Meivildo' - Royal William = 'Korzaun' Saint Dunstan's Rose = 'Kirshru' - Saint Edmunds Rose - 'Sally Holmes' - Sally's Rose = 'Canrem' - 'Sander's White Rambler' - Savoy Hotel = 'Harvintage' - 'Scabrosa' - Scepter'd Isle = 'Ausland' - 'Scharlachglut' - 'Seagull' - sempervirens - sericea | Rosa - setigera - Sexy Rexy = 'Macrexy' - Shine On = 'Dictalent' - Silver Anniversary = 'Poulari' - 'Sissinghurst Castle' - Sophy's Rose = 'Auslot' - 'Southampton' - stellata - stellata var. mirifica - Summer Wine = 'Korizont' - Super Elfin = 'Helkleger' - 'Surpassing Beauty of Woolverstone' - Surrey = 'Korlanum' - Swany = 'Meiburenac' - Sweet Magic = 'Dicmagic' - Tall Story = 'Dickooky' - Tequila Sunrise = 'Dicobey' | Rosa - The Alexandra Rose = 'Ausday' - The Care Rose = 'Horapsunmolbabe' - The Children's Rose = 'Meilivar' - The Compass Rose = 'Korwisco' - The Didgemere Rose = 'Fertry' - 'The Ednaston Rose' - 'The Fairy' - 'The Garland' - The Gold Award Rose = 'Poulac008' - The Halcyon Days Rose = 'Korparesni' - The Jubilee Rose = 'Poulbrido' - The Lady = 'Fryjingo' - The Maidstone Rose = 'Kordauerpa' - The McCartney Rose = 'Meizeli' - 'The Royal Society of Organists' Rose' - The Seckford Rose = 'Korpinrob' - The Soroptimist Rose = 'Benstar' - The Times Rose = 'Korpeahn' - The Valois Rose = 'Kordadel' | Rosa - tomentosa - Toprose = 'Cocgold' - Tradition '95 = 'Korkeltin' - Troika = 'Poumidor' - Trumpeter = 'Mactru' - 'Tuscany Superb' - Valencia = 'Koreklia' - - 'Veilchenblau' - villosa L. - virginiana - Warm Welcome = 'Chewizz' - Warm Wishes = 'Fryxotic' - 'Wedding Day' - Westerland = 'Korwest' - White Cloud = 'Korstacha' - 'White de Meaux' - White Gold = 'Cocquiriam' - 'White Pet' - wichurana | Rosa - 'William Lobb' - Wiltshire = 'Kormuse' - woodsii - xanthina 'Canary Bird' - xanthina f. hugonis - 'Yvonne Rabier' - 'Zéphirine Drouhin' | | Rubus - rosifolius - rosifolius 'Coronarius' - spectabilis | Salvia - nemorosa 'Rose Queen' - pachyphylla - sylvestris 'Rose Queen' - 'Trelawney' | | Sedum - 'Rose Carpet' - 'Rose Clair' - spurium 'Roseum' | Selaginella - lepidophylla | Sempervivum - 'Missouri Rose' - 'Old Rose' - 'Plumb Rose' - 'Rose Queen' - 'Rose Splendour' - 'Skrocki's Purple Rose' | Sidalcea - 'Moorland Rose Coronet' - 'Rose Bouquet' - 'Rose Bud' - 'Rose Queen' | Sinningia - 'Diego Rose' | Solenostemon - 'Rose Blush' | Sorbus - 'Rose Queen' | Sparrmannia - africana | Streptocarpus - 'Rose Gower' | Streptopus - roseus | Syzygium - jambos | Tabernaemontana - divaricata | Tanacetum - coccineum 'King Size' - coccineum 'Robinson's Rose' | Telopea - speciosissima | Teucrium - chamaedrys 'Rose' - chamaedrys 'Rose Carpet' | Thymus - serpyllum 'Conwy Rose' - vulgaris 'Saint Chinian Rose' | Tiarella - 'April Rose' | Tsuga - canadensis 'Betty Rose' | Tuberaria - guttata | Tulipa - 'Duc van Tol Rose' - 'Princess Margaret Rose' - 'Rose Emperor' | Turnera - ulmifolia | Verbascum - 'Ellenbank Rose' - hybridum 'Copper Rose' | Verbena - Aztec Rose Pink - 'Batesville Rose' - canadensis - 'Splash Deep Rose' - 'Splash Light Rose' - 'Splash Rose' - Temari Patio Rose = 'Sunvivaro' | Veronica - longifolia 'Rose Tone' | Viburnum - opulus - opulus 'Compactum' - opulus 'Nanum' - opulus 'Notcutt's Variety' - opulus 'Roseum' - opulus 'Xanthocarpum' | | Zantedeschia - rose-flowered | Zephyranthes - 'La Buffa Rose'

    Erstellt: 2005-02

    rnrs
    Royal National Rose Society

    (E?)(L?) http://www.rnrs.org/
    The Royal National Rose Society is the world's oldest (founded in 1876) specialist plant society with a flourishing world wide membership. Our aim is to encourage, improve and extend the science, art and practice of rose growing.
    We help fund the development and promotion of the rose, and play a vital role in conserving its heritage.
    We maintain the world famous Gardens of the Rose in St Albans which is currently closed for major redevelopment and hold regular amateur competitions and shows throughout the country.

    Rosa banksiae - Rose
    Rosa banksiae lutea - Rose

    Rosa banksiae 'Lutea' | Rosa banksiae var. banksiae | Rosa banksiae var. lutea | Rosa banksiae var. lutescens | Rosa banksiae var. normalis | Rosa banksiae x giganrtea

    Die Rose "Rosa banksiae" wurde nach der Frau des Direktors des botanischen Gartens (Kew Gardens, London, 1807), "Dorothea Banks", benannt.

    Wir entdeckten die dornenlose Rose bei einem Aufenthalt im Botanischen Garten in Tours. Leider muß sie in unserer Gegend im Winter ins "Kalthaus".

    Die "Rosa banksiae lutea" ist eine gelbe Kletterrose (zu lat. "luteus" = "goldgelb", "safrangelb")

    (E?)(L?) http://www.antiqueroseemporium.com/rose-144.html

    R. banksia lutescens


    (E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/class/banksia.htm

    Banksia Roses


    (E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

    077 Lady Banks Rose | R. banksiae var. alba-plena | Rosier de Lady Banks | Rosa Banksia


    (E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/rosa-banksiae-alba-plena/

    Rosa banksiae alba plena


    (E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/rosa-banksiae-lutea/

    Rosa banksiae lutea


    (E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/rosa-banksiae-lutescens/

    Rosa banksiae lutescens


    (E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/rosa-banksiae-normalis/

    Rosa banksiae normalis


    (E?)(L?) http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/roses/climber-rose/climbers/classid.1160/

    Rosa banksiae 'Lutea'


    (E?)(L?) http://www.frost-burgwedel.de/index.php?nummer=1&vergleich1=&vergleich2=&vergleich3=&seite=rose&id=284

    Purezza - Rosa banksiae


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php

    Banksia 'The Purezza' | Banksiae Alba | Banksiae Banksiae | Banksiae Lutea | Banksiaeflora | Banksian Yellow | R. banksia alba | R. banksia alba grandiflora | R. banksia lutea | R. banksiae | R. banksiae 'Double White' | R. banksiae 'Purezza' | R. banksiae à fleurs doubles | R. banksiae alba plena | R. banksiae albo-plena | R. banksiae banksiae | R. banksiae lutea | R. banksiae lutescens | R. banksiae normalis | The Banksian Rose | White Banksia | White Banksia Climber | White Banksian Rose | Yellow Banksia | Yellow Banksia Climber | Yellow Banksian


    (E?)(L?) http://nature.jardin.free.fr/genre/rosa.html

    R. banksiae | R. banksiae 'Normalis'


    (E?)(L1) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/textindex.html




    (E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/

    Rosa Banksia Alba Plena | Rosa Banksia Lutea


    (E?)(L?) http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=banksia%20rose

    Limericks on banksia rose


    (E?)(L?) http://www.photomazza.com/?Rosa-banksiae-Lutescens

    Rosa banksiae ’Lutescens’


    (E?)(L1) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/RD.asp

    Rosa banksiae (Redouté)


    (E?)(L?) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/RIDB.asp?ID=50

    R. banksiae lutea


    (E?)(L?) http://www.rosenfoto.de/LiRosenfotoFSY.html

    R. banksiae - alba plena | R. banksiae lutea


    (E?)(L?) http://www.rosenhof-schultheis.de/Rosen/Kletterrosen/Rambler/Weiss/artikel_755_Rosa_banksiae_banksiae.html

    Rosa banksiae 'Alba Plena'


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

    Banksiae Banksiae | Banksiae Lutea


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


    (E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_banksiae

    Rosa banksiae var. normalis, auch Banks-Rose, ist eine Wildrose aus dem subtropischen China, die von Robert Brown 1811 wissenschaftlich beschrieben wurde.

    Banks-Rosen sind wüchsige, sehr langlebige Kletter-Rosen, die bis zu 7 Meter hoch wachsen und sehr früh blühen. Sie wachsen auch an heißen, trockenen Standorten. An den langen Trieben erscheinen Büschel mit duftenden, 1 Zentimeter großen Blüten. Sie sind winterhart bis -18 °C (USDA-Zone 7).

    Die gefüllte weiße Form Rosa banksiae var. banksiae ist eine in China kultivierte Garten-Rose, die 1807 von William Kerr nach London in die Kew Gardens gebracht wurde. Die Rose wurde nach der Frau des Direktors des botanischen Gartens, Dorothea Banks, benannt. 1886 wurde in Tombstone, Arizona ein Exemplar gepflanzt, das inzwischen einen Stammumfang von 3,5 Meter hat und ein Laubdach, das 800 Quadratmeter überdeckt. Dieses gilt als eines der größten und ältesten Rosenexemplare.

    Rosa banksiae var. lutea, eine gefüllte gelbe Form der Banks-Rose, wurde von John Parks 1824 im Auftrag der Royal Horticultural Society aus der chinesischen Provinz Nanjing eingeführt. Sie ist winterhart bis -23 °C (USDA-Zone 6), blüht reichlich, duftet jedoch als einzige der Banks-Rosen nicht. Die einfache gelbe Form, Rosa banksiae fo. lutescens hat etwas größere Blüten.

    Hybriden von Banks-Rosen mit westlichen Rosen sind nur wenig verbreitet. Die Sorte 'Purezza' wurde von dem italienischen Rosenzüchter Mansuino gezüchtet. Ihre Blüten sind 4 cm groß, gefüllt und reinweiß.
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    (E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_banksiae

    Rosa banksiae, commonly referred to as the Lady Banks' Rose, is a species of Rosa native to central and western China, in the provinces of Gansu, Guizhou, Henan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Sichuan, and Yunnan; it grows in mountains at altitudes of 500-2200 m.
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    Erstellt: 2011-04

    Rosa moyesii - Rose

    Die botanische Bezeichnung "moyesii" ehrt den (vermutlich in Schottland geborenen) Reverend und Missionar "James Moyes" (1876-1930).

    Beispiele für Rosa moyesii:



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

    Rosa moyesii | Rosa moyesii Hillierii | Rosa moyesii Holodonta | Rosa moyesii Sealing Wax


    (E?)(L?) http://www.hortico.com/roses/roseindex.asp?st=N

    ROSA MOYESII - Old and Antique Roses: Moyessi


    (E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/

    Rosa moyesii Highdownesi


    (E1)(L1) http://www.namen-der-rosen.de/AZ.htm


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




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


    (E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/hagebutten_abc.htm


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




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




    Erstellt: 2013-03

    Rosa willmottiae - Rose

    R. willmottiae m Mauve & Mauve blend, Species (OGR) 1904

    Die Bezeichnung bot. "willmottiae" ehrt die englische Pflanzen- und Gartenliebhaberin Willmott, Ellen (1858-1934).

    (E6)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/roses/r/rosa_willmottiae.html


    (E3)(L1) http://www.davesgarden.com/guides/botanary/vbl/w/


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=5448


    (E?)(L1) http://www.rosenberatung.de/html/rosenbilder-galerie.html

    R.Willmottiae


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


    (E?)(L?) http://plants.usda.gov/java/nameSearch?keywordquery=rose&mode=comname&submit.x=14&submit.y=6

    ROWI3 - Rosa willmottiae Hemsl. - Willmott's rose


    (E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/hagebutten_abc.htm

    Rosa willmottiae


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

    "Rosa willmottiae", "Rosa x warleyensis. HEMSL.", "Mrs Willmott-Rose", Herkunft: Westchina 1904 Wildrose, einheimisch, Alte Rose lila-rosa einmalblühend leichter süßer Duft, kleine, oval- birnenförmige, orangerote "Hagebutten".

    Nach "Ellen Willmott" (1858-1934), benannt. Sie fand diese - erste aus China eingeführte Rose - und benannte sie Rosa x warleyensis nach ihrem Besitztum.


    Rosa willmottiae 'Hadden's variety' - Rose

    Die Bezeichnung bot. "willmottiae" ehrt die englische Pflanzen- und Gartenliebhaberin Willmott, Ellen (1858-1934).

    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=10751


    Rosarian

    Engl. "Rosarian" geht zurück auf lat. "rosarius" (engl. "relating to roses"), und weiter auf lat. "rosa" = dt. "Rose" und den Adjektiv-Suffix lat. "-anus" mit der Bedeutung "mit Bezug zu".

    Ein engl. "Rosarian" ist also jemand mit einem besonderen Bezug zu Rosen, ein Rosenliebhaber oder ein Rosenzüchter.

    (E?)(L?) https://www.bartleby.com/61/49/R0304900.html


    (E3)(L1) http://davesgarden.com/guides/terms/go/754/

    rosarian


    (E6)(L?) http://www.emilycompost.com/garden_glossary.htm

    Those hobbyists or professionals who specialize in the cultivation of roses.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.infoplease.com/dictionary/rosarian


    (E?)(L?) https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rosarian


    (E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?loc=rescb&w=rosarian




    (E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?other=web1913&w=Rosarian


    (E?)(L?) http://phrontistery.info/r.html/word?word=rosarian


    (E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=rosarian&r=66


    (E?)(L?) http://machaut.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/WEBSTER.sh?WORD=rosarian

    SYLLABICATION: ro·sar·i·an
    PRONUNCIATION: r-zâr-n
    NOUN: A person with expertise or a special interest in the cultivation of roses.

    Those hobbyists or professionals who specialize in the cultivation of roses.

    Definitions: expert rose-grower: a cultivator of or expert in the growing of roses
    [Mid-19th century. < Latin "rosarium" "rose garden" < form of "rosarius" "of roses" < rosa (see rose1)]


    (E?)(L?) https://wordnik.com/words/rosarian

    rosarian


    (E?)(L?) https://www.yourdictionary.com/rosarian

    rosarian


    rose (W2)

    Die engl. "rose" geht wie die dt. "Rose" (ital./span. "rosa", frz. "rose", ndl. "roos", schwed. "ros", etc.) vermutlich zurück über lat. "rosa" auf italienische und griechische Dialekte als griech. "rhodon" = "rose" (altpers. "*vrda-").

    Durch Lautverschiebung kam es zum heutigen pers. "gul", und daraus "türk. "gül" = "Rose".

    Die ide. Wurzel wird als "*wrdho" = "Dorn " = "thorn", "Dornenstrauch" = "bramble" angegeben.

    "Rose-colored" = "optimistic" is first recorded 1854.

    Weitere Hinweise zu "rosette", "rosé", "rosemary", "rosary", "tea-rose", "Rosa", "rhododendron", "oleander", "julep", "kewpie", "Fronde", "eglantine", "bucko", "hip", "brier"/"briar", "raspberry", "pluck", "pink", "knight", "Veronica", "cold", "peace", "cunt".

    (E1)(L1) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=rose&searchmode=none


    onelook.com
    Rose

    (E?)(L?) http://www.onelook.com/?w=rose&ls=a

    We found 59 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word "rose".

    General dictionaries General (36 matching dictionaries) Art dictionaries Art (3 matching dictionaries) Business dictionaries Business (2 matching dictionaries) Computing dictionaries Computing (2 matching dictionaries) Medicine dictionaries Medicine (2 matching dictionaries) Miscellaneous dictionaries Miscellaneous (4 matching dictionaries) Religion dictionaries Religion (2 matching dictionaries) Science dictionaries Science (5 matching dictionaries) Slang dictionaries Slang (1 matching dictionary) Tech dictionaries Tech (2 matching dictionaries)

    Phrases that include rose: rose chafer, tea rose, multiflora rose, china rose, mountain rose, more...

    Words similar to rose: rise, rosaceous, roseate, roselike, ascended, blush wine, pink wine, rambler, rose wine, stood, more...


    Erstellt: 2016-01

    Rose Hortensia - Rose

    (E6)(L1) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Colors_R.html
    "Rose Hortensia" gibt es auch als Farbbezeichnung.

    (E?)(L?) http://www.anthus.com/Colors/Cent.html#42

    "Rose Hortensia" als Farbe: - #aa6651 - Rose Hortensia



    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/pl.php?n=26158


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.93.11


    Rose is a Rose is a Rose
    A Rose is a Rose is a Rose (W3)

    Der Satz "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose.", dt. "Rose ist eine Rose ist eine Rose.", stammt von Gertrude Stein, in dem Gedicht "Sacred Emily" (1913), das im Jahr 1922 im Buch mit dem Titel "Geography and Plays" erschien. Das erste "Rose" ist der Name einer Frau. Dieser Satz ist vermutlich der meistzitierte von Gertrude Stein. Üblicherweise wird er interpretiert als "Die Dinge sind so wie sie sind.", "Es ist wie's ist.". Dies führte zur Zitierung in der Form engl. "A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." bzw. dt. "Eine Rose ist eine Rose ist eine Rose". Stein selbst interpretierte den Satz als "Allein der Gebrauch des Namens einer Sache ruft die Vorstellung der Sache und damit verbundene Emotionen hervor.".

    The notion that when all is said and done, a thing is what it is.

    (E?)(L?) http://creative.arte.tv/fr/community/rose-rose

    ROSE IS A ROSE
    video performance
    DV PAL/NTSC 2008
    total time 00:03:52:16
    Performance, Sound, Video by Evelin Stermitz.

    This performative video work shows a woman engaged in covering her face with rose leaves. As a metaphor for the absurd above and beyond term "beauty", the fragility of beauty and the canons of beauty, the video reveals an obscure image of woman, which is also shaped by transiency and impermanence.

    Excerpts from the poem "Sacred Emily" by Gertrude Stein, in which she created the sentence "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose.", form the sound collage to the video work.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/15900.html


    (E6)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gertrude_Stein


    (E6)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_is_a_rose_is_a_rose_is_a_rose.

    The sentence "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." was written by Gertrude Stein as part of the 1913 poem Sacred Emily, which appeared in the 1922 book Geography and Plays. In that poem, the first "Rose" is the name of a woman. Stein later used variations on the phrase in other writings, and "A rose is a rose is a rose" is probably her most famous quote, often interpreted as "things are what they are". In Stein's view, the sentence expresses the fact that simply using the name of a thing already invokes the imagery and emotions associated with it.
    ...
    Gertrude Stein's repetitive language refers to the changing quality of language in time and history. She herself said to an audience at Oxford university that the statement referred to the fact that when the Romantics used the word "rose" it had a direct relationship to an actual rose. For later periods in literature this would no longer be true. The eras following romanticism, notably the modern era, use the word rose to refer to the actual rose, yet they also infer, through the use of the word, the archetypical elements of the romantic era. It also follows the rhetoric law of thricefold repitition to emphasize a point, as can be seen in speeches dating back to the sophists.


    (E1)(L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=0&content=A Rose is a Rose is a Rose
    Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

    Engl. "A Rose is a Rose" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1900 auf.

    Erstellt: 2011-03

    Roses (W3)

    Die engl. "rose" geht wie die dt. "Rose" (ital./span. "rosa", frz. "rose", ndl. "roos", schwed. "ros", etc.) vermutlich zurück über lat. "rosa" auf italienische und griechische Dialekte als griech. "rhodon" = "rose" (altpers. "*vrda-").

    Durch Lautverschiebung kam es zum heutigen pers. "gul", und daraus "türk. "gül" = "Rose".

    Die ide. Wurzel wird als "*wrdho" = "Dorn " = "thorn", "Dornenstrauch" = "bramble" angegeben.

    (E?)(L?) http://www.h2g2.com/approved_entry/A767865

    ...
    Rose leaf imprints have been found in 35 million year-old fossils in the Colorado Rockies, and roses are mentioned in Asian documents from as early as 3000 BC. The Greeks adorned their altars with roses and offered them to the gods. The Romans in their turn went right over the top with roses as a luxury item, at banquets, the guests would be sprinkled with rose water and have rose oil rubbed on their bodies. The floor, walls and ceiling would be carpeted in roses and rose-scented wine would be served.
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    (E?)(L?) http://h2g2.com/search?searchstring=Roses&search=GO&approved_entries_only_chk=1&search_type=article_quick_search




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

    Engl. "Roses" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1570 auf.

    Erstellt: 2012-07

    roses.uk.com
    Cockers Roses
    Rosen Anbieter

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

    Cockers Roses, Lang Stracht, Aberdeen, AB15 6XH, Scotland


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

    Cocker, Anne und Alec - Großbritannien


    Royal virgin rose

    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.60314

    Royal Virgin Rose (turbinata)


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.93.11

    Royal Virgin Rose (gallica)

    Commercially available


    (E?)(L1) http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/dgkeysearchresult.cfm?keyword=Royal+virgin+rose

    Rosa gallica = Royal virgin rose. (1799)


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    SAVaralph - Rose

    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=28206
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    The Red Rose - Rose

    "Die Rote Rose" soll soll von Thibault Le Chansonnier von einem Kreuzzug aus dem "Land der Sarazenen" nach Provins in Frankreich gebracht worden sein.

    "Die Rote Rose" hat im Laufe der Zeit in verschiedenen Ländern unterschiedliche namen erhalten, wie etwa: Ob es sich dabei aber wirklich um Abkömmlinge der selben Ausgangsrose handelt wäre noch zu beweisen.

    (E?)(L?) http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/dgkeysearchresult.cfm?keyword=The+Red+Rose




    Erstellt: 2012-08

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    under the rose (W2)

    Engl. "to say something under the rose" = dt. "etwas im Vertrauen sagen" geht auf lat. "sub rosa" und auf die griechische Mythologie zurück.

    Lat. "sub rosa" = dt. "im Vertrauen", "im Geheimen", "unter dem Siegel der Verschwiegenheit" = engl. "in confidence", "secretly". Dieser Ausdruck (dt. "unter der Rose", engl. "under the rose") geht (obwohl lateinisch) zurück auf die griechische Mythologie.

    Alles was "unter der Rose" ("Sub rosa", 1556, 1654 ?) gesagt wird gilt als vertraulich. Der Urspring liegt in der griechischen Mythologie. Aphrodite gab ihrem Sohn Eros (lat. "Cupido", lat. "Amor") eine Rose, dieser gab sie weiter an Harpocrates, den Gott der Stille und des Schweigens. Damit wollte er die Unbesonnenheiten seiner Mutter und danz allgemein die der Götter "unter der Decke halten".

    Diese mythologische Geschichte findet man allerdings auch in anderen Darstellungen. So soll der Liebesgott Eros dem Harpocrates / Harpokrates aus eigenem Antrieb eine Rose geschenkt haben, damit dieser ein beobachtetes Rendezvous seiner Mutter Aphrodite (lat. "Venus") nicht bekannt macht.

    Eine Erklärungsvariante besagt, dass bei den römischen Gastmählern Rosen zum Standard repertoire zählten. Und alles was während den Gastmahlen - also in rosengeschmücktem Umfeld - gesagt wurde, ob Klatsch und Tratsch oder intime Offenbarungen, unterlagen der Schweigepflicht.

    Seit der Antike war somit die Rose u.a. auch Sinnbild des Geheimnisses. Die Decken von Speiseräumen wurde oft mit Rosenschnitzerein verziert, um Gäste daran zu erinnern, dass man Dinge, die bei Tisch erzählt werden, nicht weiter trägt.

    Auch über Beichtstühlen war/ist die Rose oft zu finden, als Symbol des Beichtgeheimnisses. Als das lat. "sub rosa" im 17.Jh. in der englischen Sprache erschien, war der Ausdruck "under the rose" bereits lange eingeführt. Noch früher fand sich in der deutschen Sprache bereits der Ausdruck "unter der Rose". (Möglicherweise ist er sogar in Deutschland aufgekommen.)

    (E1)(L1) https://www.bartleby.com/81/14510.html


    (E?)(L?) http://www.freedictionary.org/?Query=under%20the%20rose


    (E3)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/5402

    "Under the rose" = "privately" or "secretly". The rose was, it is said, sacred to Harpocrates, the God of silence, and therefore frequently placed in the ceilings of rooms destined for the receiving of guests; implying, that whatever was transacted there, should not be made public.


    (E?)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/i
    Isham, Frederic Stewart, 1866-1922: Under the Rose (English) (as Author)

    (E3)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext04/dcvgr10.txt

    "Under the rose" = "privately" or "secretly". The rose was, it is said, sacred to Harpocrates, the God of silence, and therefore frequently placed in the ceilings of rooms destined for the receiving of guests; implying, that whatever was transacted there, should not be made public.


    (E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/under+the+rose


    (E?)(L?) http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/edit/archives/2003/09/28/2003069594

    ...
    Now to the root of sub rosa. The rose is a key symbol in Brown's plot. His hero says: "The Romans hung a rose over meetings to indicate the meeting was confidential. Attendees understood that whatever was said under the rose - or sub rosa - had to remain a secret."

    I don't know why the novelist attributes it to the Romans. Earliest citation is in Henry VIII's 1546 State Papers, which in modern English reads, "The said questions were asked with license, and should remain under the rose ... no more to be rehearsed."

    In the 1960 Folklore and Symbolism of Flowers, Plants and Trees, Ernst and Johanna Lehner tell how Aphrodite (you remember Hermes' girlfriend) presented a rose to her son, Eros, god of love: "When Eros in turn gave the rose to Harpocrates, the deity of silence, to induce him to conceal the weaknesses of the gods, the rose became the emblem of silence and secrecy. In ancient times a rose was attached to the ceiling of council chambers as an indication that everybody present was sworn to secrecy, sub rosa - under the rose."
    ...


    (E1)(L1) http://www.worldwidewords.org/


    (E1)(L1) http://www.worldwidewords.org/qa/qa-sub1.htm


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

    Engl. "under the rose" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1800 auf.

    Erstellt: 2012-01

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    welt-der-rosen
    Großbritannien - Irland

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


    wikimedia
    Rose-Bilder

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

    Rose parts: bud | flower | petals | petals | stamen | Rose diagrams | rose hip | thorn | compound leaf | cross section through a rose bud | cross section through a developing rose hip Rose species: See also: Rosa species | | Rosa corymbifera | | Rosa villosa | Rosa xanthina Rose cultivars: See also: Rosa cultivars | Rosa 'Amber Queen' | Rosa 'Archiduc Joseph' | Rosa 'Bella Rosa' | Rosa 'Burgundy Iceberg' | Rosa 'Confetti' | Rosa 'Dart's Red Dot' | Rosa 'Gold Glow' | Rosa 'Mrs. Herbert Stevens' | Rosa 'Nostalgie' | Rosa 'Papageno' | Rosa 'Perfect Moment' | Rosa 'Red Chateau' | Rosa 'Rio Samba' | Rosa 'Sunset Celebration' | Rosa 'White Cover' Rose Hall of Fame: See also: Rose Hall of Fame | Rosa 'Double Delight' | Rosa 'Gloria Dei' | | Rosa 'Papa Meilland' | | Rosa 'Rosa Mundi' | Rosa 'Schneewittchen' Rose cultivar groups: See also: Rose cultivar groups | Alba | Hybrid Gallica | Hybrid Tea | Miniature | Moss | Tea Rose gardens: See also: Rose gardens | Rosengarten Bamberg, Germany | Aramaki rose park, Japan | Volksgarten Wien, Austria | Roseraie de Bagatelle, France | Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid, Spain | International rose garden, Kortrijk, Belgium Rose in Floristry: See also: Roses in Floristry | [edit] Roses in art | See also: Roses in art | | Ignacio P. Camarlench: Una rosa,1894 | St. Wyspianski: Rose, 1898 | Paul Klee: Heroic Roses, 1938 | Saadi de Shiraz: Le jardin des roses, 1942 | Hungarian stamp from 1965 | Golden Rose | Rose capital, Reformationskirche in Berlin | Origami rose Other: Roses by color | Helophilus pendulus on a rose | Mantis religiosa on a pink rose | dewdrops on a red rose | multicolored rose | rose with frost | Yellow roses | Orange roses | Pink roses | Rose training systems | Roses in private gardens | Roses on cemetries | Rose shows and awards | dried rose | dried rose leaves | Essential oil | Rose petals in scented water | rose buds as herb | Rose tea | Herbal tea with rose petals | Candy roses | Artificial roses | Compass rose | The Rosicrucian Rose | Floral diagram


    wikipedia.org - LoRC
    List of rose cultivars named after people

    (E?)(L?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rose_cultivars_named_after_people

    Among the individuals or fictional characters who have had rose cultivars named after them are the following:


    Erstellt: 2020-12

    Willmottiae - Rose

    Die Bezeichnung bot. "willmottiae" ehrt die englische Pflanzen- und Gartenliebhaberin Ellen Willmott (1858-1934).

    (E?)(L?) http://davesgarden.com/pf/go/95701/


    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/Peonies/plants.php?grp=A&t=2

    Peonies:


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




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    Bücher zur Kategorie:

    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
    Rosen Sorten

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    Beales, Amanda
    Rose Basics (Autor)

    Taschenbuch: 128 Seiten
    Verlag: Hamlyn (15. Juli 1999)
    Sprache: Englisch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    A guide to growing and cultivating roses. From the history, species and traditions that have made roses so popular, to an understanding of the basic anatomy and development of roses, it aims to provide the reader with insight into every aspect of cultivating roses.


    Beales, Peter
    Majerus, Marianne (Fotograf)
    Passion for Roses
    Comprehensive Guide to Landscaping with Roses

    Sprache: Englisch
    Gebundene Ausgabe - 256 Seiten - Rizzoli Publications
    Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2005

    Synopsis
    After an Introduction that expounds the author's personal philosophy on successful rose growing, the following chapters cover every group of roses. Specially commissioned photography shows roses, both on their own and in combination with other plants, accompanied by the author's subjective comments on which roses he considers to be the best to grow in that group. A directory covers all the roses mentioned in their group with plant portraits and concise details on height, spread, colour, disease resistance, etc. All roses are listed in alphabetical order of their names (which are internationally accepted) within their particular group, eg Climbers and Ramblers, Species Roses, Old Shrub Roses.

    Beales, Peter
    Twentieth Century Roses
    An Illustrated Encyclopaedia and Grower's Manual of Classic Roses from the Twentieth Century

    Gebundene Ausgabe: 320 Seiten
    Verlag: Harpercollins (Dezember 1988)
    Sprache: Englisch

    Beales, Peter
    Visions of Roses

    von Peter Beales, Vivian Russell (Fotograf)
    Sprache: Englisch
    Gebundene Ausgabe - 208 Seiten - Little Brown
    Erscheinungsdatum: 23. Mai 1996

    From Booklist
    Spectacular, though not necessarily well-known, rose gardens are highlighted in this combined effort by world-class rosarian and premier commercial grower Beales and his cohort, the notable garden photographer Vivian Russell. These gardens offer a journey of surprising locales for both hands-on gardeners and rose lovers alike. Connoisseurs will especially appreciate the approach here. A stunning variety of old (or antique) roses is presented, with reference to placement and usage of specific roses to inspire planting ideas. Informative sidebars spotlight various classes of roses, imparting historical facts, along with nuances of form and culture. And an easy-to-read chart affords expert advice regarding color and design considerations. These 33 gardens include the Windsor home of the Queen Mother and Lee Radziwill's Long Island retreat. Alice Joyce

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    Försterling, Hermann
    Roses
    A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose

    Heidelberg, Ed. Braus, 2005
    Sprache: Deutsch
    Gebundene Ausgabe - 144 Seiten - Edition Braus im Wachter Verlag
    Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2005
    Auflage: Bilingual
    ISBN: 3899041666


    Hermann Försterling, dessen Arbeiten unter anderem vom New Yorker Museum of Modern Art und der Staatsgalerie Stuttgart angekauft wurden, ist bekannt als einer der letzten, der in der Fotografie die Technik der Heliogravur beherrscht. Er arbeitet mit Pigmentpapieren und Gelatine, Asphaltlack und Kupferplatten. In der Malerei schulte er sich in altmeisterlicher Schichttechnik und aufwendigen Lasurverfahren. Mit "Roses" ist der Fotograf, Maler und Bildhauer einen ganz anderen Weg gegangen. Unter der Verwendung von Scanner und PC, Wasser, Eis, Licht und gemalten Hintergründen sowie Daten aus einem riesigen Fundus von Detailzeichnungen entstanden hyperreale Rosen in der Welt der Pixel. "Roses" sind eine Spielart jener alten Fragen nach Hingabe und Verletzung, Sexualität und Ausgesetztsein, Liebe und Tod.



    Hermann Försterling: Hermann Försterling, Jahrgang 1955, 1973-1977 Studium an der"Akademie der Bildenden Künste" in Stuttgart bei Prof. Peters und Prof. Sonderborg, seit 1979 freischaffender Künstler. Seine Werke sind unter anderem im "Museum of Modern Art", New York, im "Center of Creative Photography" Tucson/Arizona, im "Museum Ludwig", Köln und im "Museet for Fotokunst", Odense ausgestellt.


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    (E?)(L?) http://www.foersterling.com/roses_1.html


    Erstellt: 2011-08

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    Jekyll, Gertrude (Autor)
    Mawley, Edward (Autor)
    Roses for English Gardens

    Taschenbuch: 394 Seiten
    Verlag: BiblioBazaar (6. April 2010)
    Sprache: Englisch




    Kurzbeschreibung

    This book an EXACT reproduction of the original book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR?d book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.


    Erstellt: 2013-04

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    Mann, Roger (Autor)
    Naming the Rose
    Discover Who Roses Are Named for

    Gebundene Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
    Verlag: Random House (Au) (Oktober 2008)
    Sprache: Englisch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    The rose brings beauty and joy to those who grow and admire them. Often a rose will bear a person's name, for the breeding of roses is an art and, like all artists, the raisers of roses enjoy dedicating their creations to people they love or admire. But who was "Madame Hardy"? "Bettina"? "Lorraine Lee" or "Henri Martin"? Vita Sackville-West asked this question many years ago and rose-lovers are still asking. Here, at last, in an elegant, timeless and beautifully illustrated edition, is the answer. Anyone who loves these delightful flowers will find this collection of stories as beautiful as the bloom itself.


    Erstellt: 2010-02

    Martin, Clair G. (Autor)
    Austin, David (Vorwort)
    Arena, Sylvester
    Holt, Saxon (Fotograf)
    100 English Roses for the American Garden

    Taschenbuch: 264 Seiten
    Verlag: Diane Pub Co (September 1997)
    Sprache: Englisch


    Kurzbeschreibung

    Today the hottest rose to grow is the English rose. Requiring neither the meticulous care nor prodigious amount of chemicals that are the bane of many rose plants, the English rose is a hybrid with rare character and simplicity.

    Both a how-to and field guide to these extraordinary roses, this simple, commonsense approach to raising them begins by suggesting the most disease-resistant cultivars and showing how to give them easy, consistent care. The field guide section of the book features 100 English roses best suited for American gardens, lushly photographed and organized by color and height.


    Erstellt: 2013-05

    McMurtrie, Mary
    Old Cottage Pinks

    Sprache: Englisch
    Gebundene Ausgabe - 120 Seiten - Antique Collectors' Club Ltd
    Erscheinungsdatum: 5. Februar 2004


    Synopsis
    Pinks are popular garden plants with an impressive history, having been grown for hundreds of years. They are found throughout the world and were a favourite in the United Kingdom, even before the reign of Elizabeth I, when they were grown to edge garden borders, to be picked for posies and made into bunches to be sold in the market. This is an attractive record of all those Old Pinks that Mary McMurtrie was personally able to find and paint. Although the collection is not complete, all the examples that she painted are gathered and reproduced here, accompanied by her own useful notes. Once again, the author has employed her considerable artistic skills to inform and delight her readers with the aid of more than seventy highly individual, yet wonderfully understated, watercoloured drawings. This is a book to treasure and enjoy.


    McMurtrie, Mary
    Scots Roses of hedgerows and wild gardens

    Sprache: Englisch
    Gebundene Ausgabe - 156 Seiten - Antique Collectors' Club Ltd
    Erscheinungsdatum: 1. Januar 1999


    Synopsis
    The "Scots Roses of hedgerows and wild gardens" are a characteristic feature of earlt summer. Modest in appearance at first glance, they nevertheless merit attention, for unlike some of their cultivated cousins thay are consistently reliable and completely trouble free. This is a pictorial survey by a very distinguished botanical artist of this attractive rose species. Mary McMurtrie's charming painting style capturs the soft texture and gentle colours of the petals and the sharpness of the thorns of this, the most prickly, but none the less, most beautiful, of roses.


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    Phillips, Roger (Autor)
    Rix, Martyn
    The Ultimate Guide to Roses
    A Comprehensive Selection

    Gebundene Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
    Verlag: Macmillan (1. Oktober 2004)
    Sprache: Englisch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    The Phillips & Rix Ultimate Guide to Roses is the long-awaited, indispensable selection from the experts of gardening reference. All the finest roses are included in this stunning work, from the original wild species to the most modern trends. This exquisitely-designed, authoritative guide is the ultimate collection of the most beautiful of flowers. Offering detailed descriptions of each rose's origin, appearance, characteristics and growing conditions, with a history of each group, the very best roses have been specially chosen for their superb flowering or superlative scent. Illustrated with outstanding colour photography, with both outdoor and studio shots, this is a book every rose lover will want to own.



    Synopsis
    The Phillips & Rix Ultimate Guide to Roses is the long-awaited, indispensable selection from the experts of gardening reference. All the finest roses are included in this stunning work, from the original wild species to the most modern trends. This exquisitely-designed, authoritative guide is the ultimate collection of the most beautiful of flowers. Offering detailed descriptions of each rose's origin, appearance, characteristics and growing conditions, with a history of each group, the very best roses have been specially chosen for their superb flowering or superlative scent. Illustrated with outstanding colour photography, with both outdoor and studio shots, this is a book every rose lover will want to own.


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    An inspirational, beautifully-photographed and personally chosen collection of the most evocative of flowers

    The Phillips & Rix Ultimate Guide to Roses is the long-awaited, indispensable selection from the experts of gardening reference. All the finest roses are included in this stunning work, from the original wild species to the most modern trends. This exquisitely-designed, authoritative guide is the ultimate collection of the most beautiful of flowers. Offering detailed descriptions of each rose's origin, appearance, characteristics and growing conditions, with a history of each group, the very best roses have been specially chosen for their superb flowering or superlative scent. Illustrated with outstanding colour photography, with both outdoor and studio shots, this is a book every rose lover will want to own.


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    Roger Phillips
    Author
    In 1975 Roger Phillips began his life’s major work of photographing and publishing pictures of the world’s garden plants. He set out to develop an encyclopedic collection of books to show the difference between plants as diverse as mosses, roses and annuals. His first book, Wild Flowers of Britain (1977), was a huge success, selling 400,000 copies in the first year. He has since written 20 additional volumes (often with his co-author Martyn Rix) selling over 6million copies worldwide. His latest book is Mushrooms.

    Roger has written and presented two major six-part TV series on gardening (BBC & Channel 4). Famed for his ebullient personality and garish red glasses, he has become a well-recognised figure in the world of gardening.


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    Thomas, Graham Stuart (Autor)
    The Graham Stuart Thomas Rose Book

    Gebundene Ausgabe: 386 Seiten
    Verlag: John Murray Publishers Ltd (10. November 1994)
    Sprache: Englisch
    © 1994 Sagapress Inc. / Timber Press Inc.

    Compilation of three G.S. Thomas books - Old Shrub Roses, Shrub Roses of Today and Climbing Roses Old and New. Photos, drawings and paintings, many by the author. Good varietal information, descriptions and illustrations favor old roses with little on introductions since 1968. 385 pp. Buy The Graham Stuart Thomas Rose Book


    Kurzbeschreibung

    It was Graham Stuart Thomas who in "Old Shrub Roses" first brought to public attention the favourite roses of the early nineteenth century - the intensely scented damasks, the rich and sombre Gallicas, the elegant Albas. In "Shrub Roses of Today" he performed the same task for the species and hybrids from Japan and North America, from English and Scottish hedgerows and the mountains of China. He also brought back to popularity the roses of the late Victorian and Edwardian era, Chinas and Hybrid Musks redolent of house parties before the Great War. "Climbing Roses Old and New" considered ramblers of greater subtlety than today's garish and formless floribundas, and also described the author's exciting rediscovery of the old Autumn-flowering Musk Rose. Since those books were published they have between them gone though 22 editions and have become the standard by which all books on old and shrub roses are measured. But as Christopher Lloyd wrote, 'you must have all three and they must not be scattered in different parts of the house'. This book now, at last, brings the classic trilogy together in a substantially revised and updated edition, fully illustrated, in colour and black-and-white, with new photographs and paintings from such master hands as Redoute and Graham Thomas himself.


    Erstellt: 2013-02

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