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The rose: it is in a way the queen among the roses. In general, the edelrose is considered to be quite sensitive and caring, but if some important principles are respected, every rose lover will enjoy this plant for a long time.
Edelrosen - the ideal picture of a rose
Edelrosen convince by their perfectly shaped flowers. With these roses, great performances can be staged. However, you have to treat the divas correctly. It is best to immediately put on modern varieties that have significantly less staring doors.
For a rose, it is important to pay attention to leaf health! The care required for Edelrosenneuzüchtungen is low. This is the typical tea fragrance, the old varieties used to have and was often bred, for many varieties again available. Many new breeds are no more Edelrosen in the classical sense. They have a bushy growth. Her richly filled, elegantly shaped flowers are always in small umbels.
- Solero - lemon-yellow, richly filled flower bowls, up to 6 cm large flowers, growth 70 cm high and 50 cm wide, slightly fragrant, ADR-rose, extremely healthy foliage, often flowering
- nostalgia - Creamy white center, cherry-colored rim, ball-shaped, densely filled flower, good smell, often flowering, growth 70 to 120 cm high and 50 to 60 cm wide, upright and compact growing, medium to good resistance against fungal diseases
- inspiration - from pink to salmon pink and yellow flowers, large, solitary flowers, frequent and rich flowering, light scent, growth 70 to 80 cm high and 40 to 50 cm wide, upright habit, ADR rose, interesting play of colors, good resistance, pretty tough
- Castle Ippenburg - cream to pale pink, filled, up to 10 cm tall flowers, up to 80 cm high, intense scent, ADR-rose, good foliage health
In contrast to the bush or shrub rose, which are relatively easy to care for in the context of pruning, a circumcision in the Edelrose is a little less time consuming, but the success is in the form of ever-healthy and richly flowering rose petals dar.
Incidentally, the (hobby) gardener, in the end, also has the guarantee that a beautiful, bushy and many flower-bearing plant will develop. Because, of course, every Rosenfreund is interested in achieving the best possible rose growth and to have many years of enjoyment of his Edelrosen.
For this reason, for example, the rose cut is a very important aspect in the field of rose breeding. The best time to cut back is usually the span between winter and early spring. Keep an eye on when the delicate flower buds start to sprout and then cut all shoots to about thirty-five inches or (at the most) half a meter.
Especially after the end of winter, it can also be seen whether, or to what extent, the rose branches are frozen or damaged. In addition, dead or dry branches should be removed from time to time in order to stimulate healthy, bushy plant growth.
Some Rosenfreund cuts his darlings a little bit back before the onset of winter, but the treated Rosenzweige should then be covered with potting soil. In this way it is prevented that these sensitive areas will not be damaged in case of a frost break.
By the way, if you want to do something really good for your roses, you should make sure that you do not over-fertilize them. Some rose fertilizer in spring and a small amount of fertilizer in the middle of the year (at the latest in June) are sufficient.
Edelrosen are great. Important in the selection is to look for healthy varieties. Recommended are ADR roses, which are specially tested for leaf health and robustness. Especially recommended are fragrant roses. There are many beautiful Edelrosen on offer, with more or less strong scent. If the location is right, the planting substrate is suitable and you do the cut well, then nothing stands in the way of the growth of a hybrid.