Rosa 'William Lobb' Laffay, 1855 (Rose)

Other Names, Group: Climbing Roses and Rambling Roses,
German: Rose
Czech: růže
Genus: Rosa, rose
Mature Height: 2.00 m
Deciduous: deciduous plant
Bloom in: JulyAugust
Flower Colour: pinklavender
Soil Preferred:: humic, penetrability, nutritive,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: rosa, alternate leaves, odd pinnate, fruit - samara, on pergola and trellage, attractive flowers, fragrance plant,

Rosa 'William Lobb'

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Rosa 'William Lobb'  Rose plant

Rosa 'William Lobb'

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Rosa  'William Lobb'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'William Lobb'

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Rosa   'William Lobb'  Rose flowers

Rosa 'William Lobb'

Rose

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Rosa    'William Lobb'  Rose flowers

Plants of Genus Rosa:

Photo Gallery DF: Rosa William Lobb, Rose, Rosa, rose

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Růže - velkokvětá (Rosa)
Růže - velkokvětá (Rosa)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže Orange Jewel (Rosa sp)
Růže Orange Jewel (Rosa sp)
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Růže Queen Elizabeth (Rosa)
Růže Queen Elizabeth (Rosa)
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Růže svraskalá (Rosa rugosa)
Růže svraskalá (Rosa rugosa)
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Růže - sadová (Rosa)
Růže - sadová (Rosa)
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Růže (Rosa)
Růže (Rosa)
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Růže Eminence (Rosa sp)
Růže Eminence (Rosa sp)

Forum: Rosa William Lobb, Rose, Rosa, rose

Garden Shops: Rosa - Rose
Amazon / Forgotten Books: Success With Roses, Vol. 34 The Star Rose Magazine for Rose Lovers Everywhere October, 1961 Classic Reprint (Conard-Pyle Company) Success With Roses, Vol. 34 The Star Rose Magazine for Rose Lovers Everywhere October, 1961 Classic Reprint (Conard-Pyle Company)

Excerpt from Success With Roses, Vol. 34: The Star Rose Magazine for Rose Lovers Everywhere; October, 1961 From time to time in the growing season, I make a point of going to the rose fields to see how the new crop is getting on. I invariably get a lift from these excursions because the rose plants look so healthy and vigorous - the very picture of Nature fulfilling itself in response to ideal conditions and to the interest of the men whose responsibility it is to care for the roses. Invariably, too, I am pleased that we are able to grow such fine plants for our customers, and I wish that every gardener could see them so that he could appreciate what quality rose plants look like. I daresay that some of you would be pleasantly surprised. This year, the crop is a very good one in more ways than one. First, the plants are in top condition - as lusty as I ve ever seen them. Second, our new introductions, which are avail able this fall for the first time, are headed by an all-america winner ...

Price: 7.97 $
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Amazon / Andre Deutsch: The Rose The History of the World s Favourite Flower in 40 Captivating Roses with Classic Texts and Rare Beautiful Prints In Slipcover (Brent Elliott) The Rose The History of the World s Favourite Flower in 40 Captivating Roses with Classic Texts and Rare Beautiful Prints In Slipcover (Brent Elliott)

Featuring 40 frameable prints, this exquisite boxed set is the perfect gift for rose lovers everywhere.   From roses in the ancient world and the Renaissance to Bourbons, Noisettes, Multifloras, and modern varieties, this gorgeous book pays tribute to the world’s most beloved flower. With expert text from Brent Elliott, a historian at the Royal Horticultural Society, The Rose introduces the most popular species and hybrids, explores the layout of rose gardens through the years, delves into the myths surrounding the flower, and examines roses in the language of love. ...

Price: 31.52 $
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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 ...

Price: 173.30 $
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