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Rosa glauca Carmenetta

Rosa glauca Carmenetta

Code: BRGCA. (Species) (glauca x rugosa) Flowers more conspicuous than on glauca and more pronounced, while foliage less purple and produced on a less arching bush. Excellent fruit.

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Rosa gymnocarpa

Rosa gymnocarpa

Code: BRGYM. Unique to us in the UK.
(Species) Smallish, single, pale pink blooms. Leaves numerous, greyish-green. Growth vigorous, dense but of graceful habit when fully established.

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Rosa headleyensis

Rosa headleyensis

Code: BRHEA. (Species) An outstanding hybrid of Rosa hugonis. Large, single, creamy-yellow flowers borne in abundance on an upright plant with ferny leaves.

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Rosa helenae

Rosa helenae

Code: BRHEL. (Species) A very vigorous tree-climbing species with lovely grey-green leaves and corymbs of creamy-white flowers. A superb fragrance.

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Rosa horrida

Rosa horrida

Code: BRHOR. (Species) Rosa biebersteinii’ A strange, gooseberry-like bush with small, white flowers followed by glogular, dark red hips.

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Rosa hugonis

Rosa hugonis

Code: BRHUG. (Species) This graceful shrub with fern-like leaves bears large quantities of small cupshaped primrose yellow flowers, very early in June.

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Rosa kamchatica

Rosa kamchatica

Code: BRKAM. Unique to us in the UK.
(Species) Single deep pink flowers, good foliage. A useful lesser known species related to the Rugosas.

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Rosa laevigata

Rosa laevigata

Code: BRLAE. (Species) ‘Cherokee Rose’ Large, single pure white flowers produced singly on a vigorous plant of angular growth. Scented. Can be rewarding if protected from colder British weather.

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Rosa luciae

Rosa luciae

Code: BRLUC. Unique to us in the UK.
(Species) Glossy, dark green foliage. Spreading if not given support. Clusters of tiny white flowers. Scented.

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