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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Roses
... hybrid of Chinas and 'Autumn Damask', a repeat-bloomer with larger, fragrant flowers. Hybrid Chinas First generation of crosses between Chinas and other rose varieties, developed for larger flowers. Hybrid ... , Chinas, and tea roses, with larger flowers. Portlands Popular in the early 19th century because of their repeat-blooming flowers. Hybrid perpetuals Hybrids of Portland roses, hybrid Chinas, ...
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Rose Classifications
... blue-green foliage and are disease resistant. Bourbon First repeat-flowering roses developed from the hybrid chinas. They derive their name from the locations of the first members of the class, the ... characterized by their sprawling habit. There are five popular subdivisions within the class: hybrid kordesii, hybrid moyesii, hybrid musk, hybrid rugosa and shrub. They can grow 5 to 15 feet or more in ...
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What's new on HelpMeFind
... HelpMeFind « NEWER 10 | OLDER 10 » Nov 3 Roses classically identified as Chinas were reclassified as Hybrid Chinas in Modern Roses XI. The ARS as International Registration Authority for Roses has announced ...
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Hybrid Perpetuals
... Modern Shrubs Site Index Email Hybrid 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 ...
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Some Guidelines for the Hybrid Perpetuals
... parents of the first Hybrid Perpetuals. It is well possible that 'Gloire des Rosomanes', itself, belongs to these Reblooming Hybrid Chinas! Why? Well, because the Hybrid Chinas are triploid. That is to say, they were crossings of Diploids -the genuine Chinas- with tetraploids. And these ...
www.rosegathering.com

Classifying Roses January 2003   1867 is the universally accepted date of the first hybrid tea
... hybrid of China and Damask. Large and fragrant. *Hybrid Chinas. First generation cross between Chinas and other roses. *Hybrid Bourbons. First generation cross of original Bourbon and Gallicas or damask hybrids. *Hybrid ... to repeat blooming. *Hybrid Perpetuals. Hybrid of Portland, hybrid Chinas, Gallicas and Bourbons. There are ten classes of Modern Roses. They are: *Hybrid Teas. Most popular modern ...
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Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals, Shrubs and Species Roses
... in the center rose garden with the hybrid teas. There are Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals and Chinas . Well, two bourbons and one china. Bourbons ... only China rose that I have is definitely not typical of chinas, but is instead a horticultural monster - the Green Rose. China ... , and even though the Green Rose is hardier than most Chinas, it needs special placement and protection. Species roses are the wild ...
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Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals and Chinas
... Bourbons, Hybrid Perpetuals and Chinas web hosting domain names photo sharing Bourbons Click on the image to get a larger picture and further information on a particular variety. Hybrid Perpetuals China [ The Old ...
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Hybrid Teas
... first hybrid tea in existence. Prior to La France being introduced, there was the "tea" rose class among the various old garden rose classes such as bourbons, chinas, portlands, damasks, and hybrid perpetuals ... States, and of the more than 3 million grown by Weeks 45% are hybrid teas. Potted and bareroot hybrid tea plants are sold at local nurseries, hardware stores, and mass retailers as ...
www.pswdistrict.org

China Roses
... What's new Albas Bourbons Centifolias Chinas Climbers Damasks English Roses Gallicas Hyb. Bracteatas Hyb. Musks Hyb. Perpetuals Hybrid Teas Miniatures Modern Shrubs Moss Roses Noisettes Rugosas Species ... did not show the blossom-form expected of Teas would be offered as Chinas. Some examples are: `Cramoisi Superieur', `Parsons' Pink China', `Eugene de Beauharnais', `Archiduc Charles', `Ducher', ...
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