Guess what is this rose?
Such a question I asked myself when the first rose bud blossomed. A label on the stem said: "Ground cover Rose" and nothing more.
I like the petals of this unnamed rose: they are bi-colored, crimson-red inside and white outside! Opening buds especially look beautifully, they are almost white, a red side of petal is tightly closed. When opening a red internal side of a petal appears.
When the flower is fully open, it looks completely different, with a lot of crimson-red petals and a white center with yellow stamens.
Who knows which variety of rose is it? Maybe this rose is growing in your garden? Help to find the name of this beautiful rose! Thank you!
So sorrry Nadezda I have no idea, but it is a lovely rose.ReplyDelete
So sorry Nadezda, I have no idea about the name of the rose, but it is a beauty.ReplyDelete
Thank you Janneke!Delete
A rose is a rose is a rose! What ever its name, it is really attractive!ReplyDelete
Sorry I cannot help you identify it. I hope someone else can. From the pictures, it looks taller than a ground cover.
It's not very tall, Alain. It seems tall on the photo, really it's about 40-50 cm high. I call it 'uncombed'!Delete
ALOHA from Honolulu
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No, it isn't Cloudia. Tea rose is not hardy in our winters and would die after first frost. This one wintered well and has flowers. Thank you!Delete
I have no idea, but what ever it is, it's beautiful! I hope someone can help you out!ReplyDelete
So do I Tistou!Delete
Ciao, molto bello il tuo blog ma soprattutto le tue piante, ti seguirò con piacere :)ReplyDelete
Its a very preety rose dear Nadezda!!What a beautiful color!!ReplyDelete
Sorry but i don't know the name!!
Your pictures are gorgeous!!
Have a happy weekend!
Happy weekend to you too Dimi!Delete
Very pretty rose Nadezda but I can't help you with its name, I've never seen it before. Enjoy it!ReplyDelete
Couldn't it be rose 'Charmant' by Kordes(1999)? Just had a look at my rosegarden pics and that one looks a bit like it. Have a look yourself if you want at my post with as title 'English garden' from last month (august).ReplyDelete
Just read a bit about the rose 'Charmant' on the internet and it is known to be a very hardy rose, so I guess it is suitable and would survive your winters and it is a groundcover rose. I hope that's the name you're looking for here and the mystery rose now has found its name ;) Love to help solve mysteries ;)ReplyDelete
and you know what, when I first started gardening I didn't bother about names of plants but now I do, especially from roses. It actually started years ago with different kinds of Monarda I loved so much and they have such lovely names. Mind you I have no Monarda in the garden, they didn't do well here, not enough sun and wrong soil as with a so many plants. It's a bit sad and the garden is actually looking very sad this summer, as is the weather, fog and a thick layer of clouds all week, no rain though, and they predicted a week of summer. Well, it wasn't for this corner of the country. They often forget about us and only talk about the weather inland, even if Belgium is just a small country. So then the weatherforecaster on tv is all joyful and happy saying what a beautiful day it was while we were in the clouds and fog all day... I hope Fall will be better to us or I'm seriously thinking of moving ;)
Have a lovely weekend Nadezda!
Marian, I think you found the name of this mysterious rose! The 'Charmant' rose is very similar mine, and is hardy. I've looked at http://www.eggert-baumschulen.de and saw the photo, it looks like my rose as well. Thank you very much!!!Delete
The forecasters often say one thing and we look at the window and see another. I do hope this fall is dry and warm an I wish you a good weather!
I wish I was such a rose connoisseur and had more in my garden like this one...sorry I cannot name it for you.ReplyDelete
Thank you Donna!Delete
I'm sorry I don't know this rose but it is very pretty!ReplyDelete
Yes it is Peter!Delete
I'm not sure what rose it is Nadezda, but it is very pretty and must be a lovely addition to your garden.ReplyDelete
I agree Paula, this rose is a pretty addition in my garden, Thank you!Delete
I don't know this rose but it's a beautiful flower ! I love the combination of these colors !ReplyDelete
Nadezda, I wish you a nice weekend :)
Happy weekend Ela!Delete
What an unusual rose! I love the photos from the side, where you see the white underside and the beginning of the red on the topside of the petals. Wonderful big, open blooms :)ReplyDelete
Rosemary, you can imagine what my surprise was when I saw these buds at first time. Very unusual you're right!Delete
I'm glad someone has identified this rose for you, because I had no idea. No matter its name, it certainly is beautiful; I love the different colors as it opens up.ReplyDelete
Thank you Rose!Delete
Exquisite! I have no idea what its name is, though.ReplyDelete
Thank you Jason!Delete
Sorry, Nadezda. I'm so bad with names and labels. Can't help you, but the rose is beautiful. Happy Sunday!ReplyDelete
Thanks! Hope you had nice weekend, Satu!Delete
Good evening Nadezda !!ReplyDelete
I am delighted with your roses.
I'm sorry, but I can not help you in knowing the name of a beautiful rose.
I wish you a nice and sunny week.
Thanks Lucja and happy new week!Delete
What a delightful rose. Maybe you will have to name it yourself. I would call it 'Frills'.ReplyDelete
Precioso color rosa tiene este post...Y preciosas rosas Nadezda!!!!ReplyDelete
Las tuyas son más grandes pero se parecen a estas:
Nice unfolding of that rose. Don't know what it is - but it is pretty - and that is what counts. HAHAHA Thanks for the posting. JackReplyDelete
Once again, I admire your beautiful roses.ReplyDelete
I'm not sure what the rose is Nadezda, but it's very pretty and a lovely addition to your garden.ReplyDelete