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1 The Classic Shrubs

2 Written By Jolene Adams Consulting Rosarian Hayward, CA In Cooperation with the ARS Program Services Committee © Copyright 2011 Jolene Adams, All Rights Reserved.

3 Shrubs???  All roses are technically shrubs  In the ARS classification system, shrub roses are divided into two categories  Classic Shrubs  Modern Shrubs  Classic shrubs are broken further into 4 classes  Hybrid Kordesii  Hybrid Moyesii  Hybrid Musk  Hybrid Rugosa

4 Hybrid Kordesii Usual characteristics of kordesii roses:  Disease resistant yellow-green foliage  Very cold tolerant  Vigorous, can act like short climbers  Cluster-flowering, usually pink or red  Produce large hips

5 - pb, 1919  Wilhelm Kordes introduced the seedling – Rosa x kordesii, the foundation rose of this class. [((Rosa rugosa x Rosa wichurana) x seedling) x Max Graf seedling] Rosa kordesii Max Graf

6 Top Exhibition Kordesii Roses ‘Dortmund’111 trophies ‘John Cabot’27 trophies ‘William Baffin’27 trophies ‘Champlain’26 trophies ‘Heidelberg’14 trophies

7 Kordesii ‘Dortmund’

8 Kordesii ‘John Cabot’

9 Kordesii ‘William Baffin’

10 Kordesii ‘Champlain’

11 Kordesii ‘Heidelberg’

12 Kordesii ‘Parkdirektor Riggers’

13 Hybrid Moyesii Usual characteristics of moyes roses:  Unique, bottle-shaped hips  Very cold tolerant, shade tolerant  Vigorous, open, arching growth  Most have single or semi-double blooms, usually red or pink  Sporadic repeat

14 Leaves, prickles, stem examples

15 ‘Rosa moyesii’  Discovered in northwestern China  This foundation species was named for Rev. E.J. Moyes - mr, 1903

16 Top Exhibition Moyesii Roses Only one hybrid moyesii has recorded a win of the Classic Shrub certificate ‘Doncasterii’1 trophy

17 Moyesii ‘Doncasterii’

18 Moyesii ‘Nevada’

19 Moyesii ‘Geranium’

20 Hybrid Musk Usual characteristics of hybrid musk roses:  Many are spreading plants  Most are cluster-flowered  This class is very much a ‘mixed bag’  Most are tones of red or pink

21 ‘Rosa moschata’  Native to southern europe and western asia  Very fragrant  Crossed with Chinas, recrossed with moderns to produce the roses ‘Trier’ and ‘Aglaia’ - w, 1540

22 Top Exhibition Hybrid Musk Roses ‘Ballerina’99 trophies ‘Prosperity’74 trophies ‘Penelope’51 trophies ‘Belinda’32 trophies ‘Darlow’s Enigma’30 trophies

23 Hybrid Musk ‘Ballerina’

24 Hybrid Musk ‘Prosperity’

25 Hybrid Musk ‘Penelope’

26 Hybrid Musk ‘Belinda’

27 Hybrid Musk ‘Darlow’s Enigma’

28 Hybrid Musk ‘Cornelia’

29 Hybrid Musk ‘Lavender Lassie’

30 Hybrid Rugosa Usual characteristics of rugosa roses:  Unique, wrinkled foliage  Very cold tolerant  Vigorous, open, arching growth  Grey bark with many spines  Large, red hips  Fragrant (spicy)

31 Leaves, prickles, stem example

32 ‘Rosa rugosa’  Native to Japan and Siberia  Hardy, cold tolerant - m, before 1846

33 Top Exhibition Hybrid Rugosa Roses ‘Linda Campbell’ 84 trophies ‘Pink Grootendorst’ 34 trophies ‘F.J. Grootendorst’ 33 trophies ‘Thér P sa Bugnet 30 trophies ‘Frau Dagmar Hastrup’ 29 trophies

34 Hybrid Rugosa ‘Linda Campbell’

35 Hybrid Rugosa ‘Pink Grootendorst’

36 Hybrid Rugosa ‘F.J. Grootendorst’

37 Hybrid Rugosa ‘Thér P sa Bugnet’

38 Hybrid Rugosa ‘Frau Dagmar Hastrup’

39 Hybrid Rugosa ‘Jens Munk’

40 Hybrid Rugosa ‘Topaz Jewel’

41 Have a Classic Day!


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