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<i>Rosa noisettiana</i> Bosc. Synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Histoire des Roses" by Charles Malo, 1818, pl. 9. The rose below right is Rose jaune.
Uploaded 6 OCT 16
Blush Noisette rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of JeanClaudeH
Uploaded 11 AUG 16
Rosier Noisette rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Herbier générale de l'amateur", Vol. 5, 1821, tab 288. Courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Uploaded 5 OCT 16
Blush Noisette rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Give me caffeine
Same plant, after 7 weeks in the ground. Plenty of new growth, and it has suddenly decided it wants to flower in a big way. The huge number of buds developed over the course of 2 or 3 days. Am not going to disbud it, since it seems like such a strong plant. The new growth is living up to T4R's claim of thornless. It's looking like this is another rose which will get thorny towards the base on older wood, but is effectively thornless out where people are likely to bump into it. A handy trait.
Uploaded 4 AUG 16
<i>Rosa noisettiana</i> Bosc. Synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Annalen der Blumisterei", vol. 2, 1826. Courtesy of ub.tu-berlin.de/Gartentexte
Uploaded 16 SEP 16
Blush Noisette rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Give me caffeine
Just planted, mid June 2016, after being shipped by Thomas for Roses. Their catalogue claims this rose is thornless, but that's not quite the case. Some older and some new canes are thornless, but others are quite spiky. At this stage I can't tell how the plant will develop, but it seems like "Thornless, when and where it wants to be" might be a good description.
Uploaded 13 JUN 16
Blush Noisette rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Give me caffeine
This thing is going bonkers now. Same plant, just 24 days later (30th August 2016). Flowering its head off, with plenty more to come. Robustly healthy. For only eleven weeks in the ground from bare root, in the middle of winter, I'd say this is a rather good little plant. Scent isn't strong on the cloves claimed by some people, at least not to my nose, but is very pleasant nonetheless. I'd call it maybe a hint of spice, coming in behind a mild musky rose.
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Uploaded 29 AUG 16
Blush Noisette rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Give me caffeine
Just planted, mid June 2016, after being shipped by Thomas for Roses. Their catalogue claims this rose is thornless, but that's not quite the case. Some older and some new canes are thornless, but others are quite spiky. At this stage I can't tell how the plant will develop, but it seems like "Thornless, when and where it wants to be" might be a good description.
Uploaded 13 JUN 16
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