Description and characteristics of green roses have been known for a long time as Amateur gardeners and florists, but only now these flowers have been widely used in landscape design and floral arrangements.
THE BEST VARIETIES AND THEIR DESCRIPTION
Green rose symbolizes not only boundless generosity but also so desired for many abundances, varieties with such unusual coloring of flowers are classified as quite popular and in demand not only in our country but also in foreign growers.
|Type||Sort/grid||Description||Description of Flowers|
|Tea hybrid||Super Green|
Frost resistant with large, dense, slightly glossy leaves
|Light green, with numerous and slightly wavy petals|
|Miniature||Green Eyes||Branched and spreading, perfectly suited for border clearance||Pink-green buds at opening turn into whitish-green Terry flowers with wavy petals|
|Tea hybrid||Green Tea||Medium-tall, compact, with long and abundant flowering||Rich green flowers with wavy petals, dense buds, Terry type|
|Climber||Elfe||Strong, erect, with large leaves||Very large greenish-white flowers|
|Miniature||Green Diamond||Branches are flat, compact arrangement, with elongated-pointed, dark green, matte leaves||Greenish-white color, resistant, Cup-shaped, small size, without flavor|
|Floribunda||Greensleeves||Attractive Bush with dark green foliage.||Pale green coloring, perfectly retain color in the cut.|
|Tea hybrid||Mythos||Powerful and strong, with very good foliage||Greenish-cream-white, round shape, large size|
|Climber||Aelita||Vigorous, spreading and thick, with dark green, small, shiny leaves||Whitish color with a greenish tinge, attractive shape, with a high Central part, fragrant|
|Floribunda||Sheila Mac-Queen||Erect, with a rather rare but attractive foliage||Soft green colouring with shades of mustard or apricot|
|Tea hybrid||St. Patrick||Branched, with a matte foliage is grayish-green coloring||Goblet or Cup-shaped with Golden-yellow-green petals|
THE RULES OF PROPAGATION
Cuttings of roses are one of the quite popular among domestic Rozvadov methods of breeding roses in terms of backyard gardening. This variant of reproduction can be carried out:
- way Burrito;
- by the way, Trannoy;
- rooting cuttings in water;
- cuttings in potatoes;
- rooting in the package;
- planting cuttings in the ground in the summer;
- rooting cuttings for winter.
Rooting rose cuttings can be carried out directly in the garden. Preliminary it is necessary to prepare a nutrient substrate based on washed coarse-grained sand and fertile soil. Prepared rose cuttings should be dug at an angle of 45º.
Planting holes should be previously shed with boiling water with the addition of potassium permanganate. Planted cuttings should be covered with plastic or glass containers, which will achieve the greenhouse effect.
The optimum temperature for rooting rose cuttings are of the order of 25ºC in the daytime and not less than 18ºC at night. An indicator of successful rooting is the emergence and development of a young kidney shoot. Ten days later, we proceed to the hardening off young plants through short-term removal of the cover.
In compliance with the technology of planting and proper care for the autumn period, the height of young shoots is about 35 cm, and all the buds that appear need to be pinched, which will redirect all the forces of the plant to the formation of the root system.
COMBINATION WITH OTHER PLANTS
When creating a rosary, experts in the field of floriculture recommend paying attention not only to the attractiveness and compatibility of the flower composition but also to the Botanical features of jointly grown crops:
- roses cannot be developed in the same space with gladiolus and dahlias, as these ornamental crops can affect each other oppressively;
- a classic addition to the rose can be planting sage, bells, veronica-ASTRUM, and Foxglove;
very well look with roses almost any flowering annuals;
- an excellent companion for green rose stands ryegrass bulbously;
- decorative and beautifully blooming throughout the season geyhera, Lobelia and cineraria do not clog roses and serve as a worthy frame “Queen” of flowers;
- you can fill the space between the rose bushes planting thyme, oregano, hyssop, lavender, sage, learned, Merlin, yarrow Ptarmic, Falaris.
Roses cannot be grown in the same space with gladiolus and dahlias, as these ornamental crops can affect each other oppressively
Decorative composition fails to obtain when planting green roses with garden hydrangeas. Both crops grow well and bloom profusely on slightly shady areas represented by somewhat acidic soils as a temporary decorative exhibition can be recommended to Supplement the rose bushes with lilies.
THE USE IN LANDSCAPE DESIGN
Green roses do not have to be underestimated, and a reasonably vibrant color and shade range opens up a vast space for creativity and allows you to open up new opportunities for landscape design in different styles.
The most popular in the landscape design of the rose bushes of the variety “Green Ice”. This branched and spreading plant reaches 50 cm in height and width. Rose “Green Ice” is quite compact and very easy to care for, so it is perfect for planting in the foreground of the border and spectacular framing garden paths.
Very often, the bushes of green roses are used for planting on the edges of the slopes or in decorative containers. According to experts in the field of landscape design, it is essential to promptly break off all the faded flowers of the green rose, which allows you to stimulate re-flowering most effectively.
A win-win option for creating a modern or classic landscape design is a planting green rose in one flower bed with Lobelia, Brachycome, cloves low, violas, Larkspur, brightly blue and light blue, with border Ajuga, Allium, geranium, verbena, antirrhinum, and blue ageratum.
Thus, green roses get along well and look like classic or traditional companion plants, and exotic, quite rare and unusual decorative cultures.