Roses in our garden

Our land is suitable for cultivating roses as the soil is alkaline, welldrained and rich of humus. At the moment we have around 30 known species and a number we do not know the name of. Some of the roses have died, mainly by "unintentional killing" but also from pests, e.g. black spots. We live in growth zone 1-2 (ongoing discussions which one).

Named roses:


Rosa "Skeda " GK


Rosa (Bourbon) "Blomsterhutt", GK


Visby TM Poules015 (N)


Haga Slott TM Poulcas28 (N)


Climbing bonica


Poppius,Spinosissimaros

Mozart
Mozart, Rosa moschata

Alba
Alba, Rosa Rugosa Japanes rose

Hansa
Hansa, Rosa Rugosa

Therese Bugnet
Therese Bugnet, Rosa Rugosa


The white rose of Finland, Spinosissimarose, Rosa pimpinellifolia plena


Rosa Mundi, Rosaceae


Rosea, Rosa Rugosa


Flammentanz


Shirley, Rosa Rugosa


Aicha, Spinosissimaros


Rubra, Rosa Rugosa Red Japanes rose


Lykkefund, Rosa helenae


Nina Weibull, Floribunda


Bonica 82, Floribunda


Linnaeus (Cottage)


HEIDELBERG('Korbe'), Rosaceae


Hybrida, Rosa helenae


Grand Award Poulcy14(N), Courtyard rose


H.C. ANDERSEN('Poulander'), Rosaceae


Alchymist


Rosa damasena blush damask 1759


Dame de Coeur


F.H. Morse


Berleburg TM Poulbella (N)


'Sympathie' , Rosa Kordesii-Gruppen


Romanze Modern shrub rose


'Burgundy Ice' (Floribunda)


'Climbing Iceberg', 'Schneewitchen'


Unspecified roses: