Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
NZ Neuseeland - Aotearoa, Nueva Zelanda, Nouvelle-Zélande, Nuova Zelanda, New Zealand
Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose
Rosen Wuchs - Wuchs und Verwendung
Kletter Rosen (mit starren Trieben), Rosas Trepadores, Rosiers Grimpants, Rosa Rampicante, Climbing Roses

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Apricot Kisses - Rose


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01 Hinweis: Bild Platzhalter
02 Hinweis: Bemerkung
03 Hinweis: Literatur
10 Name: -------------------------------------- Name: -----------------------------------------------------------------
11 Name: Sortier Name
12 Name: Exhibition Name Apricot Kisses
13 Name: Registration Name GEAcot
14 Name: Synonyme Apricot Kisses, GEAcot
15 Name: Auszeichnungen / Awards
20 Genealogie: -------------------------------- Genealogie: -----------------------------------------------------------
21 Genealogie: Gattung / Sektion / Art Climber, Large-Flowered Climber, Shrub
22 Genealogie: Elternrosen / Herkunft / Parentage Laura Ford ® × Unnamed Seedling
23 Genealogie: Kinderrosen / Nachkommen
24 Genealogie: Sports / Mutationen
25 Genealogie: Verwendung / Utilisation / Gebruik / Use
26 Genealogie: Erscheinungsjahr / DOB (Date of Birth) 1999
27 Genealogie: Züchter / Entdecker / Breeder / Hybridizer Bred by Ian Robert Gear (New Zealand, 1999)
30 Blüte: ------------------------------------- Blüte: ----------------------------------------------------------------
31 Blüte: Farbe / Bloemkleur / Flower Colour Apricot, Apricot blend
32 Blüte: Duft / Fragrance / Geurend / Scent Strength Fruity fragrance
33 Blüte: Eigenschaften / Flowering Habit
34 Blüte: Blütenblätter-Anzahl / Petals 40 petals
35 Blüte: Form / Forme de la fleur / Bloom Shape
36 Blüte: Größe / Bloem / Bloom Size
37 Blüte: Typ / Bloom Type
38 Blüte: Zeit / Floraison / Bloeitijd / Flowering Period Blooms in flushes throughout the season
39 Blüte: Bienenfreundlichkeit
40 Pflanze: ----------------------------------- Pflanze: --------------------------------------------------------------
41 Pflanze: Blätter, Laub / Feuillage / Foliage
42 Pflanze: Dornen / Stacheln / Thornyness
43 Pflanze: Hagebutten / Hips / Hip Colour / Hip Shape
44 Pflanze: Knospen / Buds
45 Pflanze: Stiele / Stems
50 Wuchs: ------------------------------------- Wuchs: ----------------------------------------------------------------
51 Wuchs: Form / Vorm / Growth Habit Shrub
52 Wuchs: Abstand / Dist. de plantation
53 Wuchs: Höhe / Taille / Height / Hauteur
54 Wuchs: Weite / Width
60 Gesundheit: -------------------------------- Gesundheit: -----------------------------------------------------------
61 Gesundheit: Bodenansprüche / Cultivation
62 Gesundheit: Bakterien, Pilze, Viren
63 Gesundheit: Tierische Schädlinge
64 Gesundheit: Hitze
65 Gesundheit: Kälte
66 Gesundheit: Nässe
67 Gesundheit: Trockenheit
68 Gesundheit: Schatten
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Erstellt: 2019-07

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Climbers

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Modern climbers can have hybrid tea type flowers with fragrance, or floribunda type blooms, both ideal for picking. Having a frame to climb on maximizes the display they give and some varieties excel with training in the fan shape against a wall. Climbers need two or three seasons to establish, and every second or third winter there may be one old stem to prune out from the base when you can see the new cane growing up.


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Climbers

Modern Climber

Modern climbers can have hybrid tea type flowers with fragrance or floribunda type blooms, both ideal for picking. Having a frame to climb on maximizes the display they give and some varieties excel with training in the fan shape against a wall. Climbers need two or three seasons to establish, and every second or third winter there may be one old stem to prune out from the base when you can see the new cane growing up (usually reddish purple and soft, the new cane will take one season to harden up and climb). The usual dead heading in winter and summer will enhance continued growth and flowering.




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OLD FASHIONED CLIMBERS - RAMBLERS

These are roses from pre 1940. The types of roses include climber, ramblers, hybrid tea, centifolias, rugosas, moss, bourbon, hybrid musks which all have their own characteristics of flower sizes, shapes, fragrances and plant growth. Some have beautiful hips and thorns, some are recurrent (repeat flower) and others flower only once over summer, or perpetually.

Ramblers are old fashioned varieties that can cover up to 10 metres, climb up trees, spread over verandahs, so give plenty of climbing space for these favourites.




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Patio Climbers

Patio Climbers

Patios are smaller in leaf, flower and bush size from the hybrid tea and floribunda but are not quite the true miniature form. The climbing range of patios are ideal for small gardens. The flowers can be picked, with varieties from a formal hybrid tea form, to the blousy floribunda bunches.




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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
NZ Neuseeland - Aotearoa, Nueva Zelanda, Nouvelle-Zélande, Nuova Zelanda, New Zealand
Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose
Rosen Wuchs - Wuchs und Verwendung
Kletter Rosen (mit starren Trieben), Rosas Trepadores, Rosiers Grimpants, Rosa Rampicante, Climbing Roses

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