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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Pass Christian, Mississippi
8-9 Month Season
Easy to Grow
Many colors, sizes
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.
Antique Roses - Roses introduced before appx. 1940’s
Modern Roses - Everything else. Floribunda and hybrid tea roses.
AKA: ‘Vintage Roses’ ‘Old Garden Roses’
‘Old-Fashioned Roses’ ‘Old Roses’
Many cultures throughout history.
Symbols of love, beauty, and war.
Collected by royalty.
Used for medicines and perfumes.
Poetry and paintings.
Many grown without chemicals and special fertilizers.
Survived in gardens of old homesteads and cemeteries without care.
Blend well with perennials and border gardens.
Colorful hedges and dramatic specimen plants.
Old Garden Roses
Bourbon & Cl. Bourbon
Hybrid China & Cl. Hybrid China
Hybrid Perpetual & Cl. Hybrid Perpetual
Moss & Cl. Moss
Tea & Cl. Tea
Floribunda and Cl. Floribunda
Grandiflora & Cl. Grandiflora
Hybrid Tea & Cl. Hybrid Tea
Miniature & Cl. Miniature
Polyantha & Cl. Polyantha
FOR THE SOUTH
fungus Diplocarpon rosae
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!).
Rose Variety ‘x’
Natural shrub shape and size
Sold in containers (not bareroot)
No rootstock decisions
Variety of rootstocks
Rose Variety ‘x’
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.
Yellow Lady Banks
Old Blush (1852)
Martha Gonzales (found)
Mutabilis (1896) ‘The Butterfly Rose’
Cramoisi Superieur (1832) Smith’s Parish (found)
Georgetown Tea (found) ‘Dr. Grill?’
White Maman (1896) Jean Bach Sisley (1889)
Reve d’Or (1869) Natchitoches Noisette
Pink Pet (Caldwell Pink) (found)
Belinda’s Dream Carefree Beauty Chestnut Rose
Clotilde Soupert Fabvier Lafter
Choose right variety - Tea, China, Noisette
Choose sunny location with good drainage
Plant it right
Keep it simple
Remember: Growing roses can be fun!