Rosa 'Belle de Crecy' Roeser, 1829 (Rose)

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

Rosa 'Belle de Crecy'

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Rosa 'Belle de Crecy'  Rose plant

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Plants of Genus Rosa:

Photo Gallery DF: Rosa Belle de Crecy, Rose, Rosa, rose

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Pnoucí růže (Rosa)
Pnoucí růže (Rosa)
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Růže Nette Lote (Rosa sp)
Růže Nette Lote (Rosa sp)
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Růže France libre - velkokvětá (Rosa)
Růže France libre - velkokvětá (Rosa)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže hedvábitá (Rosa sericea var pteracantha)
Růže hedvábitá (Rosa sericea var pteracantha)
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Růže šípková (Rosa)
Růže šípková (Rosa)
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Růže galská (Rosa gallica)
Růže galská (Rosa gallica)
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Růže svraskalá 'F J Grootendorst' - větévka s květy (Rosa rugosa)
Růže svraskalá 'F J Grootendorst' - větévka s květy (Rosa rugosa)

Forum: Rosa Belle de Crecy, Rose, Rosa, rose

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Amazon / Antique Collectors Club Dist: Rose and the Clematis (John Howells) Rose and the Clematis (John Howells)

The author shows how the climbing rose is the natural companion of the clematis and how, when the two are grown together, the overall effect can be dramatic. The author explains, with the aid of clear step by step illustrated instructions, the effective course of action for success in this increasingly popular area of companion. Written in plain, straightforward language, the author covers every aspect of the subject. As well as details of classification, in which the best plants for the job are discussed, the author provides important seasonal growing information including Autumn and Spring pruning techniques, planting details and invaluable advice on the use of colour. The vexed question of pests and diseases is also dealt with at length. This is an instructive title, of special value to the reader with a limited knowledge of gardening but also containing much to interest the more experienced grower. Written by an enthusiastic amateur grower, with an extensive and practical experienceAuthor John Howells claims that the climbing rose and the clematis are natural planting companions; both have an urge to reach for the sky and the need for the same growing requirements (good, rich soil and a fair amount of water). The rose makes a softer, more beautiful support for the clematis vine than any trellis, and clematis offers a contrast that brings out the beauty of roses. They share the same kind of enemies, so a treatment program for any pest will benefit both. They can also be grown together in pots or beds. Finally, each comes in an array of colors that complement the other--think of a yellow rose such as Golden Showers or Casino set off by the gorgeous purple of a Victoria clematis. Howells makes his case very convincingly with many gorgeous, full-color photographs. ...

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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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