Other Names, Group: Shrub roses,
German: Rose
Czech: růže
Genus: Rosa, rose
Mature Height: 1.00 m
Deciduous: deciduous plant
Bloom in: JuneJulyAugust
Flower Colour: red
Soil Preferred:: humic, penetrability, nutritive,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: rosa, alternate leaves, odd pinnate, fruit - samara, bed plant, attractive flowers,

Rosa 'Kordes Brilliant'

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Rosa 'Kordes Brilliant'  Rose plant

Rosa 'Kordes Brilliant'

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Rosa  'Kordes Brilliant'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'Kordes Brilliant'

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Rosa   'Kordes Brilliant'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'Kordes Brilliant'

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Rosa    'Kordes Brilliant'  Rose flowers

Plants of Genus Rosa:

Photo Gallery DF: Rosa Kordes Brilliant, Rose, Rosa, rose

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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže Aprikola (Rosa sp)
Růže Aprikola (Rosa sp)
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Růže Lichtkönigen Lucia (Rosa Lichtknigen Lucia)
Růže Lichtkönigen Lucia (Rosa Lichtknigen Lucia)
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Růže svraskalá 'F J Grootendorst' - větévka s květy (Rosa rugosa)
Růže svraskalá 'F J Grootendorst' - větévka s květy (Rosa rugosa)
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Růže Alba Meideland (Rosa sp)
Růže Alba Meideland (Rosa sp)
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Pnoucí růže (Rosa)
Pnoucí růže (Rosa)
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Růže Nette Ingeborg (Rosa sp)
Růže Nette Ingeborg (Rosa sp)
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Růže hedvábitá (Rosa sericea var pteracantha)
Růže hedvábitá (Rosa sericea var pteracantha)

Forum: Rosa Kordes Brilliant, Rose, Rosa, rose

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Amazon / Forgotten Books: The American Rose Annual 1922 Classic Reprint The American Rose Annual 1922 Classic Reprint

Excerpt from The American Rose Annual: 1922 The steady progress of the effort to make the rose universal in America through the introduction of varieties able to endure the varied conditions of our vast area is checked; not stopped, by the untimely death of that great genius of hybridization, Dr. Van Fleet. It has seemed best, inasmuch as he had for six years used the American Rose Annual to report the progress of his adventures into the world s rose resources, to present in this issue some detailed account of the life and personal qualities of that great man. In the fine forward look of President Pyle mention is made Of the desirability Of having many rose shows in America in 1922. TO aid those who are disposed to undertake this pleasant and desirable work, experiences and suggestions are given in several articles. It is hoped that these will be found useful. The two referendums to our members brought out strongly the desire to know how to protect roses from insects and dis eases. The ...

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Amazon / Franklin Classics Trade Press: How to Grow Cut Flowers. a Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the Rose, Carnation, Chrysanthemum, Violet, and Other Winter Flowering Plants. Also Greenhouse Construction (Myron A Hunt) How to Grow Cut Flowers. a Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the Rose, Carnation, Chrysanthemum, Violet, and Other Winter Flowering Plants. Also Greenhouse Construction (Myron A Hunt)

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Amazon / Forgotten Books: The National Rose Society s Handbook on Pruning Roses Llustrated Classic Reprint (I. M. Charters) The National Rose Society s Handbook on Pruning Roses Llustrated Classic Reprint (I. M. Charters)

Excerpt from The National Rose Society s Handbook on Pruning Roses: Llustrated HE following general directions and explanations should be carefully read before proceeding to carry out the instructions afterwards given, or the reader may fail to grasp the meaning they are intended to convey. The late Rev. A. Foster-melliar in his Book of the Rose pointed out that the necessity for pruning arises in a great measure from the natural growth of the Rose. By watching, he said, an unpruned Rose-tree, either wild or cultivated, it will be found that the first strong shoot flowers well the second season, but gets weaker at the extremity in a year or two, and another strong shoot starts considerably lower down, or even from the very base of the plant, and thus soon absorbs the majority of the sap, and will eventually starve the original shoot and be itself thus starved in succession by another. A Rose in a natural state has thus every year some branches which are becoming weakened by the fresh young ...

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