Other Names, Group: Multiflora Roses,
German: Rose
Czech: růže
Genus: Rosa, rose
Mature Height: 0.70 m
Deciduous: deciduous plant
Bloom in: VIVIIVIII
Flower Colour: lavenderpurple
Soil Preferred:: humic, penetrability, nutritive,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: rosa, alternate leaves, odd pinnate, fruit - samara, bed plant, attractive flowers,

Rosa 'Novalis'

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Rosa 'Novalis'  Rose plant

Rosa 'Novalis'

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Rosa  'Novalis'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'Novalis'

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Rosa   'Novalis'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'Novalis'

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Rosa    'Novalis'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'Novalis'

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Rosa     'Novalis'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'Novalis'

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Rosa      'Novalis'  Rose flowers

Plants of Genus Rosa:

Photo Gallery DF: Rosa Novalis, Rose, Rosa, rose

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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže 'Sterntaler' (Rosa sp)
Růže 'Sterntaler' (Rosa sp)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže - velkokvětá (Rosa)
Růže - velkokvětá (Rosa)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže svraskalá - listy (Rosa rugosa)
Růže svraskalá - listy (Rosa rugosa)
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Růže 'Stanwell Perpetual' (Rosa)
Růže 'Stanwell Perpetual' (Rosa)

Forum: Rosa Novalis, Rose, Rosa, rose

Garden Shops: Rosa - Rose
Amazon / Knopf: Chasing the Rose An Adventure in the Venetian Countryside (Andrea Di Robilant) Chasing the Rose An Adventure in the Venetian Countryside (Andrea Di Robilant)

From the author of the best-selling A Venetian Affair, here is the charming chronicle of his search for the identity of a mysterious old rose. Andrea di Robilant’s tale takes us back to the time of Josephine Bonaparte, as well as into some of the most delightful rose gardens in Italy today, brought to colorful life on the page in the watercolors of artist Nina Fuga.   In his 2008 biography of the Venetian lady Lucia Mocenigo (his great-great-great-great- grandmother), di Robilant described a pink rose that grows wild on the family’s former country estate, mentioning its light peach-and-raspberry scent. This passing detail led to an invitation for an audience with a local rose doyenne, Eleonora Garlant. She and other experts wondered if di Robilant’s unnamed rose could possibly be one of the long-lost China varieties that nineteenth-century European growers had cultivated but which have since disappeared. On the hunt for the identity of his anonymous yet quietly distinctive rose,Guest Review of “Chasing the Rose,” by Andrea Di Robilant By John Casey John Casey was born in 1939 in Worcester, Massachusetts, and educated at Harvard College, Harvard Law School, and the University of Iowa. His previous novel, Spartina, won the 1989 National Book Award for fiction. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he is Henry Hoyns Professor in the English Department at the University of Virginia. He is literary executor of the estate of Breece DJ Pancake. In his quest for the genealogy of his rose, Andrea di Robilant deploys his gift for engaging with people. He shares this gift with the author of another of my favorite books, Akenfield by Ronald Blythe, an English poet who wandered around his county gathering the stories of gardeners, teachers, cooks, war veterans, lords and ladies. Andrea di Robilant has written something just as wonderful. He is fluent in at least three languages and has an amazingly detailed knowledge of history (Napoleon and Josephine play a part), ...

Price: 14.20 $
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Amazon / Forgotten Books: Hints on Care and Culture of Roses, 1939 Classic Reprint (McClung Brothers Rose Nursery) Hints on Care and Culture of Roses, 1939 Classic Reprint (McClung Brothers Rose Nursery)

Excerpt from Hints on Care and Culture of Roses, 1939 Any good garden soil is suitable for Roses. Most amateurs make the mistake of enriching the Rose-garden too much. Select a sunny situa tion away from trees and shrubbery. Spade deeply and make an opening large enough to receive the roots of the plant when spread out naturally. Place the plant in position and fill hole about two-thirds with top-soil. Water well, allow water to settle, and finish filling hole with soil. The plant should be set a little deeper than it grew in nursery. If any fertilizer is used, put it on top of the bed. After planting keep the Rose-bed well hoed but do not dig too deep - 2 inches is enough. During dry weather it is very important to water the Roses. Try to water them after the fashion of a good rain; allow the surface of the bed to dry, and then cultivate. Do not keep the bed soaked all the time. Roses like water, but good drainage is also essential. Mcclung Bros. Roses are pruned for planting before being ...

Price: 24.31 $
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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 ...

Price: 29.07 $
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