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Antique Roses for the South. Pass Christian, Mississippi. www.countrysideroses.com. Shrubs Fragrant Flowers 8-9 Month Season Semi-Evergreen Easy to Grow Many colors, sizes. ARS ‘Official” Definition

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antique roses for the south

Antique Roses for the South

Pass Christian, Mississippi

www.countrysideroses.com

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Shrubs

Fragrant Flowers

8-9 Month Season

Semi-Evergreen

Easy to Grow

Many colors, sizes

what are antique roses

ARS ‘Official” Definition

Old Garden Roses - All roses in classes introduced prior to 1867, the year that the first hybrid tea rose (La France) was introduced.

Modern Roses - Every class introduced after 1867.

Common Usage

Antique Roses - Roses introduced before appx. 1940’s

Modern Roses - Everything else. Floribunda and hybrid tea roses.

What are Antique Roses?

AKA: ‘Vintage Roses’ ‘Old Garden Roses’

‘Old-Fashioned Roses’ ‘Old Roses’

‘Heirloom Roses’

what s so special about antique roses

History

Many cultures throughout history.

Symbols of love, beauty, and war.

Collected by royalty.

Used for medicines and perfumes.

Poetry and paintings.

Living history.

Disease-Resistance

Many grown without chemicals and special fertilizers.

Survived in gardens of old homesteads and cemeteries without care.

Garden Plants

Attractive shrubs.

Blend well with perennials and border gardens.

Colorful hedges and dramatic specimen plants.

What’s So Special About Antique Roses?

a rose is a rose is a rose

Genus ROSA

A Rose is a Rose is a Rose ?

Old Garden Roses

Alba

Ayrshire

Bourbon & Cl. Bourbon

Boursalt

Centifolia

Damask

Hybrid Bracteata

Hybrid China & Cl. Hybrid China

Hybrid Eglanteria

Hybrid Foetida

Hybrid Gallica

Hybrid Multiflora

Hybrid Perpetual & Cl. Hybrid Perpetual

Hybrid Sempervirens

Hybrid Setigera

Hybrid Spinosissima

Miscellaneous OGRs

Moss & Cl. Moss

Noisette

Portland

Tea & Cl. Tea

Species Roses

Species

Modern Roses

Floribunda and Cl. Floribunda

Grandiflora & Cl. Grandiflora

Hybrid Kordesii

Hybrid Moyesii

Hybrid Musk

Hybrid Rugosa

Hybrid Wichurana

Hybrid Tea & Cl. Hybrid Tea

Large-Flowered Climber

Miniature & Cl. Miniature

Mini-Flora

Polyantha & Cl. Polyantha

Shrub

BEST CLASSES

FOR THE SOUTH

China

Noisette

Tea

but i can t grow roses
But, I Can’t Grow Roses!

fungus Diplocarpon rosae

Black Spot

How to Prevent Black Spot

1. Choose disease-resistant varieties:

(tea, china, noisette, etc.).

2. Spray fungicide regularly to prevent black spot.

3. Keep the plant healthy.

4. Keep the foliage dry (Ha ha ha! Good luck!).

grafted versus own root
Grafted versus Own-Root

Grafted

Own-Root

Bud Union

Rose Variety ‘x’

Rootstock Rose

grafted versus own root1
Grafted versus Own-Root

Grafted

Own-Root

Survive trauma

Natural shrub shape and size

Sold in containers (not bareroot)

No suckers

No rootstock decisions

Grafted

Bigger

New varieties

Variety of rootstocks

Rootstock

Rose Variety ‘x’

RIP

Rootstock

Rose

how to grow antique roses

Sunshine Choose a spot that gets a minimum of 4-6 hours of sun each day. This is a must!

Good Soil Dig a 2x2 ft. hole and fill with 1/3 original soil, 1/3 rich topsoil, and 1/3 organic humus and/or composted manure. Plant it right the first time and you will be rewarded with beautiful roses for years.

Water Roses like a good deep watering once or twice a week if there is no rain.

Fertilizer Roses are heavy feeders! Use a slow- release fertilizer (Osmocote or Multicote). For even more flowers, also give them regular doses of liquid fertilizer. Remember, adding organic amendments each year feeds the plants and improves the soil.

How to Grow Antique Roses

species roses
Species Roses

Yellow Lady Banks

Purezza

china
China

Old Blush (1852)

china1
China

Martha Gonzales (found)

Ducher (1869)

china2
China

Mutabilis (1896) ‘The Butterfly Rose’

china3
China

Cramoisi Superieur (1832) Smith’s Parish (found)

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Tea

Georgetown Tea (found) ‘Dr. Grill?’

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Tea

Safrano (1839)

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Tea

White Maman (1896) Jean Bach Sisley (1889)

noisette
Noisette

Reve d’Or (1869) Natchitoches Noisette

polyantha shrub
Polyantha/Shrub

Pink Pet (Caldwell Pink) (found)

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Misc

Belinda’s Dream Carefree Beauty Chestnut Rose

Clotilde Soupert Fabvier Lafter

keys to growing antique roses
Keys to Growing Antique Roses

Choose right variety - Tea, China, Noisette

Choose sunny location with good drainage

Plant it right

Water

Fertilize

Keep it simple

Remember: Growing roses can be fun!