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  Rose - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
A rose is a flowering shrub of the genus Rosa, and the flower of this shrub.
Rose hips of some species, especially the Dog Rose (Rosa canina) and Rugosa Rose (Rosa rugosa), are very rich in vitamin C, among the richest sources of any plant.
The phrase sub rosa or "under the rose", means to keep a secret—derived from the ancient Roman practice of placing a wild rose on the door of a room in which a confidential discussion or meeting was being held.
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 List of Rosa species - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lists of rose species usually show between 100 and 150 with most botanists agreeing that the actual number is probably nearer the lower end of that range.
Rosa (the type subgenus) containing all the other roses.
Rosa x centifolia (complex hybrid possibly containing R.
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 weedpatch.com Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Rosa virginiana is an upright, suckering shrub with a height and width of 3-5' x 3'.
Rosa glauca makes a wonderful accent plant, whether as part of a foundation planting or used in massing or as an informal hedge.
Rosa setigera (the Illinois or prairie rose) is a long-blooming native with single fragrant pink flowers and golden stamens.
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 Easy-Care Roses—Low-Maintenance Charmers
There are the whites in Rosa rugosa alba, the yellows in Rosa primula and Rosa ecae and, of course, the pinks and near-reds that dominate the spectrum of species roses.
Rosa glauca—Previously named Rosa rubrifolia (and for good reason: rubri meaning red and folia meaning leaf), this American native rose with its wintergreen leaves tinted red is a great foil for any garden featuring dusty or variegated foliage.
Rosa setigera—Maybe it's the flowers that come late in the species rose blooming cycle; maybe it's the arching branch form resembling that of a tumbleweed in the winter; maybe it's the pink flowers, borne in clusters, fading to an almost white as they age.
www.bbg.org /gar2/topics/plants/handbooks/roses/4.html   (1905 words)

  
 Ketzel Levine's Talking Plants
So atypical is the blue-leaved Rosa glauca that it unites two famously warring factions, gardeners who mollycoddle roses and those who spare no canes.
glauca works as a hedge, in a mixed shrub border, or as a specimen among perennials.
glauca flowers a clear (albeit almost scentless) pink, with a white center studded by prominent yellow stamens.
www.npr.org /programs/talkingplants/profiles/rosaglauca.html   (524 words)

  
 Ken Walker's Single-flowered Species Roses
Rosa glauca is native to the mountains of Europe.
Rosa rugosa alba is a white form of R. rugosa which is native to Japan and eastern Siberia.
Rosa sericea ptercantha is native to the Himalayas and western China.
home.pacbell.net /kenww/my_roses/single_species/single_species.html   (590 words)

  
 Old Garden Rose Novelties   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Green Rose (1845 China) is also known as 'Rosa chinensis viridiflora' and 'Rosa chinensis monstrosata.' The petals of this rose reverted back to leaves (petals are modified leaves).
The striped once-blooming OGRs are Variegata di Bologna (1909 Bourbon), Rosa Mundi (ancient Gallica), York and Lancaster (1629 Damask), Georges Vibert (1853 Gallica), and Village Maid (1829 Gallica).
Rosa eglanteria (1551 Species) foliage has the scent of apples when rubbed between the fingers or just after a rain.
www.ars.org /About_Roses/ogrs_novelties.htm   (835 words)

  
 rose: Definition and Much More from Answers.com (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Latin rosa may be an Etruscan form of Greek Rhodia, “Rhodian, originating from Rhodes.” The Attic Greek word for rose is rhodon, and in Sappho's Aeolic dialect of Greek it is wrodon.
Rosa occurs indigenously in the north temperate zone and in tropical mountain areas, usually as erect or climbing shrubs with five-petaled fragrant flowers.
The phrase sub rosa, or "under the rose", means to keep a secret—derived from this ancient Roman practice.
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 Rosa glauca
Native to mountain areas in central and southern Europe, Rosa glauca is a species rose that is grown in gardens today for its attractive glaucous purple foliage and its tiny, soft pink flowers.
Synonymous with and formerly known as Rosa rubrifolia (rubri meaning red and folia meaning leaves in reference to the attractive foliage).
Rosa glauca has good natural resistance to the common foliar diseases.
www.mobot.org /gardeninghelp/plantfinder/Plant.asp?code=A805   (344 words)

  
 Rosa glauca - ROSE - Rainyside.com
Rosa glauca comes from the mountains in Central France, the Pyrenees, and also Southern Austria.
The beauty of this rose species is in the foliage, and the small hips that stay on the rose through winter.
glauca is a great rose for the organic gardener to grow.
www.rainyside.com /features/plant_gallery/shrubs/Rosa_glauca.html   (268 words)

  
 Rose
The fruit of the rose is called a rose hip.
Rose hips of some species, especially Rosa canina or the Dog Rose, have been used as a source of Vitamin C, (rose hip syrup).
The technique originated in Arabia (the word attar is from Arabic), then spread through Persia (now Iran) and India, but nowadays about 70% to 80% of production is in the 'Valley of Roses' near Kazanluk in Bulgaria, with some production in Germany.
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 JLZSpeciesRoses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The rosa eglanteria is also known as the "briar" rose because of
The rosa setigera is native to North America.
Of the roses to bloom in early Spring, the rosa primula is among
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Present in the Texas flora and known locally as: Common oleander, laurel rosa (Texas Distribution by vegetation zone).
Treated by the U.S. as proposed for listing as endangered, the FWS local name is Santa Rosa Island dudleya and the FWS 'historic' range is: U.S.A. The FWS Pacific Regional Office is responsible for listing.
Present in the Texas flora and known locally as: Rose glory bower, brocamelia, camelia americana, flor de la rosa muerte, hortensia, volcana (Texas Distribution by vegetation zone).
www.csdl.tamu.edu /FLORA/cgi/ruled_html_query?colldir=kartesz/mgdata&collname=bonap98&query=Rosa   (1113 words)

  
 Elko County Rose Garden
Kordes, Germany, 1983, Shrub, ('Gruss an Bayern' x seedling) x Seedling of 'Rosa rugosa', 4' x --', vivid, medium red, semi-double, 20 petals,, --" in diameter (large), produced in clusters of --, slightly scented, repeats: ---, ----, ----, hardy to zone 3-4, ARS ---.
Wilhelm Kordes, Germany, 1979, Hybrid Rugosa, seedling x 'Rosa rugosa', 5' x 5.5', crimson with yellow stamens single, with 5 petals, blooms 3.5" in diameter, forms clusters of 5 - 10, none - moderate fragrance, repeats: heavy, slight, moderate, hardy to zone 4, ARS ---.
Introduced by Cochet-Cochet, France, 1901, Hybrid Rugosa, said to be a seedling or sport of Rosa rugosa rumbra, 6' x 5', intense crimson-purple with cream stamens rugosa type flowers 5" in diameter, rich fragrance of cloves and honey, repeats: ----, ----, ----, hardy to zone 4, ARS ---.
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 Gardening : Roses : A Riot of Roses : Home & Garden Television
Rosa glauca is a magnificent long-lived shrub rose, requiring only occasional pruning.
Long before there were rose shows, sturdy Rosa rugosa bushes were naturalizing themselves throughout New England.
Breeders have borrowed the genes of Rosa rugosa to expand color choices and improve the rugosa line for modern gardeners.
www.hgtv.com /hgtv/gl_plants_roses/article/0,1785,HGTV_3612_2843482,00.html   (770 words)

  
 Rosa Gluaca
Rosa Glauca is a species rose that produces tiny, one inch, bright pink single flowers early in the spring.
The foliage has a very obvious reddish caste to it, which was indicated in the old name "Rosa Rubrifolia".
I guess people figured the greyish tint to the foliage was even more obvious, so the rose was recently renamed Rosa Glauca.
members.fortunecity.com /cnetter/rose_tour/glauca.html   (139 words)

  
 Rosa Glauca Info: Rosa Glauca
Rosa glauca 'Carmenetta' Rosa glauca 'Nova' Rosa helenae.
Rosa glauca is native to the mountains of Europe Rosa glauca, hips.
Hedging Plant Pictures: Rose Rugosa (Red and White), Rose Glauca (rubrifolia) - Rose, Glauca (Rosa glauca, R. rubrifolia) Clusters of flowers on attactive foliage and stems.
www.pages4u.co.uk /res_Rosa+Glauca_20.php   (268 words)

  
 Rosa glauca - was passt dazu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In unserem alten Garten sah eine riesige Rosa glauca mit einem von der Hauswand (alte hochgebrannte sehr dunkelrote Ziegel) überhängendem solchem Geissblatt traumhaft schön aus.
Rosa majalis, R. gallica und der heimsichen Unterart von Rosa pimpinellifolia.
Rosa glauca sieht man hier im südlichen Schleswig-Holstein auch relativ häufig in den Knicks (Windschutz-Wällen zwischen Feldern und Weiden, auf denen die einheimischen Gehölze alle sieben Jahre stark gekürzt werden und infolge dessen sehr dicht wachsen).
forum.garten-pur.de /index.php?board=23;action=display;threadid=6811;start=0   (1292 words)

  
 RHA Forum - Message and Follow Ups
He thinks it may have come from Isabella Preston's work with Rosa glauca, and that the other parent may be Rosa laxa.
Rosa glauca is under used in breeding programs.
Rosa glauca hybrids with larger red or deep pink flowers would be a sensation.
www.rosehybridizers.org /forum/message.php?topid=5985&rc=16&ui=1148085277   (1334 words)

  
 Rosa glauca (R. rubnfolia) ,R. fedtschenkoana, and ‘Reine des Violettes’   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
glauca is a useful hardy shrub some six feet high and wide which maybe raised from seed with surprisingly little variation.
Rosa glauca (R. rubnfolia), R. fedtschenkoana, and 'Reine des Violettes'
Rosa carolina 'Plena', and Rosa bracteata, 'D'Orsay', 'Cecile Brunner', and 'Bloomfield Abundance'
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 Rosa glauca Rose (The Shrub species) from Classic Roses the Peter Beales Collection : Classic Roses - English Roses ...
Rosa glauca Rose (The Shrub species) from Classic Roses the Peter Beales Collection : Classic Roses - English Roses Rose UK Roses UK Tuesday 24 October 2006
Roses » The Shrub species » Rosa glauca
(Species) ‘Rosa rubrifolia’ Although the flowers are not remarkable, being small, single and pink, the plum-grey foliage is unique.
www.classicroses.co.uk /roses/r/rosa_glauca.html   (90 words)

  
 RosesAfter Christmas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Everywhere we look is brown and gray and the sides of the highways are littered with bits and pieces of trash that were covered a couple of months ago with green and gold.
It seems only yesterday that it was a tiny, vulnerable, own-root slip of a thing from Vintage Gardens, though it was something like six years ago that I planted it.
The Rosa Glauca to the Semi-plena's right in the photo was also rewarding.
www.dragongoose.com /RosesAfterChristmas.html   (1654 words)

  
 Rosa glauca Rose - Spring Valley Roses Hardy Roses and Plants for Birds
Rosa glauca Rose - Spring Valley Roses Hardy Roses and Plants for Birds
Also known as Rosa rubrifolia, this is a beautiful rose, with its foliage being the main attraction.
In full sun, the leaves takes on a dusty mauve color, and in shade, they turns a greyish-mauve.
www.springvalleyroses.com /catalog/rosaglauca.html   (219 words)

  
 List Of All Rose Species. Types of roses, species, colours (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Platyrhodon (from the Greek for "flaky rose", referring to flaky bark) with one species from east Asia, R. roxburghii.
Rosa x centifolia (complex hybrid possibly containing R. rubra, R. phoenicia, R. moschata, R. canina)
Rosa x damascena ((R. moschata x R. gallica) x R. fedtschenkoana)
www.practical-rose-gardens.com.cob-web.org:8888 /list_of_all_rose_species.htm   (464 words)

  
 Top 20 Encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Each hip comprises an outer fleshy layer, and inside containing 5-25 seeds (technically achenes) embedded in a matrix of fine, but stiff, hairs.
More common, though less debilitating, are rose fl spot, caused by the fungus Diplocarpon rosae, which makes circular fl spots on the leaves in summer, and rose mildew, caused by Sphaerotheca pannosa.
Roses are also used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Emperor Moth, Common Marbled Carpet, The Engrailed, Buff-tip and Coxcomb Prominent.
encyc.connectonline.com.cob-web.org:8888 /index.php/Rose   (2071 words)

  
 Rosa glauca
glauca for that very reason -- the foliage is absolutely gorgeous!
I'm a big fan of using silver and blue and purple foliage cominations, and this rose work well with all of them.
Please follow the guidelines set forth in the Suite101.com Posting Etiquette when adding to the discussion.
www.suite101.com /discussion.cfm/rose_gardening/3419/latest/7   (938 words)

  
 rosa stein rosa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The New England Shining Rose, Rosa nitida looks great with Allium christophii, and Rosa glauca.
As the rose gains depth it hides the Allium leaves so the flower appears out of the rose bush.
All three plants are very hardy and easy to care for.
www.geocities.com /clone005533/2799/rosa.html   (254 words)

  
 Rosa glauca Carmenetta Rose (The Shrub species) from Classic Roses the Peter Beales Collection : Classic Roses - ...
Rosa glauca Carmenetta Rose (The Shrub species) from Classic Roses the Peter Beales Collection : Classic Roses - English Roses Rose UK Roses UK Tuesday 24 October 2006
Roses » The Shrub species » Rosa glauca Carmenetta
(Species) (glauca x rugosa) Flowers more conspicuous than on glauca and more pronounced, while foliage less purple and produced on a less arching bush.
www.classicroses.co.uk /roses/r/rosa_glauca_carmenetta.html   (97 words)

  
 Chovatelská sekce - Na Webu kočičky Adélky !! - výsledky výstava Most 11.-12.5 2002
Niko Rosa Glauca*CZ, TUA 8 (as 09 23), maj. Jana + Linda Knýová, CZ 1,0 Ch.
Ginny Rosa Glauca*CZ, TUA 8 (fs 09 24), maj. Jana + Linda Knýová, CZ 0,1 Arisha Kar Cat*CZ, SIB 6 (n 22), maj. Dr.
Horácio Rosa Glauca*CZ (RUS), maj. Eva Macková, CZ 1,0 Damiel Hamila*CZ (BRI w 62), maj. Ivana Černá, CZ 1,0 Ray Rosa Glauca*CZ (RUS), maj. Jaroslava Klimszová, CZ 1,0 Damian Dupont Dirty Dancing*CZ (BRI b 22), maj. Michaela Sklenářová, CZ 0,1 Bickie Fouuz*CZ (BRI a 03), maj. Ing.
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 Rose Photos at RoseFile - Rosa glauca   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Most of the time it seems the beauty of the glaucous coloring of R. glauca is lost on anyone else.
And sometimes it is even lost on me. When the pink flowers come, though, I appreciate it.
It builds up very slowly over time, but after six seasons it still gets measurably better every season.
www.rosefile.com /Gallery/SmallPhoto/RGlauca.html   (97 words)

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