Other Names, Group: Climbing Roses and Rambling Roses,
German: Rose
Czech: růže
Genus: Rosa, rose
Mature Height: 2.30 m
Deciduous: deciduous plant
Bloom in: VIVIIVIII
Flower Colour: magenta
Soil Preferred:: humic, penetrability, nutritive,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: rosa, alternate leaves, odd pinnate, fruit - samara, on pergola and trellage, attractive flowers,

Rosa 'Bolero'

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Rosa 'Bolero'  Rose plant

Rosa 'Bolero'

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Rosa  'Bolero'  Rose plant

Rosa 'Bolero'

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Rosa   'Bolero'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'Bolero'

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Rosa    'Bolero'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'Bolero'

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Rosa     'Bolero'  Rose flowers

Plants of Genus Rosa:

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

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Růže Nostalgie - velkokvětá (Rosa)
Růže Nostalgie - velkokvětá (Rosa)
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Růže 'Beverly' (Rosa sp)
Růže 'Beverly' (Rosa sp)
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Růže Astrid Lindgren (Rosa sp)
Růže Astrid Lindgren (Rosa sp)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Pnoucí růže (Rosa)
Pnoucí růže (Rosa)

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Amazon / Chatto & Windus: Rose Gardens Their History and Design (Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall) Rose Gardens Their History and Design (Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall)

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