Glossary of Rose Terms
Everything you want to know about bare root roses
A climbing rose, generally of multiflora origin, that presents clusters of small blooms on long, slender canes.
The French word for repeat bloom.
Royal Horticultural Society.
Royal National Rose Society.
A variety whose vigorous roots are used as the foundation for a budded rose. The use of rootstocks allows varieties that would not grow on their own roots to be propagated commercially.
Derivatives of the hardy Japanese species, R. rugosa, that are recognized for their deeply veined leaves.
1. A fungal disease that is recognized by orange-red patches on leaves. 2. What happen to your pruners after you loose them in the Border.