10 Graines Rosier à feuilles rouges, Rosa Rubrifolia
Rosier with red leaves, Rosa Glauca, Rosa Rubrifolia |
Rosa Glauca (Syn. Rosa Rubrifolia), the rose with red or pink leaves with red leaves, is a kind of rose from the center and southern Europe, Spanish Pyrenees east of Bulgaria and in the North of Germany and Poland. It is also found as a species introduced as far north as Scandinavia and Finland .
15 seeds - cold stratification 4 months - sowing at 16/18 ° C
Rosa Glauca is a deciduous shrub of cinnamon rod with sparse and thorny hair from 1.5 to 3 m (4.9 to 9.8 feet) in height. The leaves are distinctive, of a blue-green to copper or purplish, and covered with a waxy pruine; They are 5–10 cm long and have 5–9 leaflets. Light and fragile pink flowers measure 2.5 to 4 cm in diameter and are produced in clusters from two to five. The fruit is a dark red globular hip 10–15 mm in diameter.
This rose was not very cultivated in the gardens until the end of the 19th century. Flower petals easily fall into the jet of watering pipes, as well as wind and rain. The species is naturalized in northern Europe north of its original distribution area, especially in Scandinavia .
This plant won the price of the merit of the Jardin de la Royal Horticultural Society . 
A hybrid with Rosa Rugosa received the name of Cultivar 'Carmenetta'.
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