Noisette (pink) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Noisette (pink) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Noisette (pink) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Noisette , also called Noisetti or Rosis Noisetti is a group of ancient garden roses. The first rose Noisette was grown as a hybrid seed by a South Carolina rice planter named John Champneys.

Her parents were 'Pink Parson' rose China and autumn flowering musk Rosa moschata) , resulting in a vigorous climbing rose with the production of huge clusters of small pink flowers from spring to autumn. Champneys sent seedlings of his rose (Champneys' Pink Cluster) to his friend gardener, Philippe Noisette, who in turn sent the plants to his brother Louis in Paris, who then got 'Blush Noisette' in 1817. < / p>

The first Noisettes had small, abundant flowers, climbers quite resistant to winter. But subsequent hybridizations with tea genes created a subclass of tea-Noisette with larger flowers, small clusters, and greatly reduced the resistance of the rose to the cold.

Examples: 'Mme. Alfred Carriere ',' Desprez a Fleurs Jaunes', 'Aimée Vibert', 'Marechal Niel' (Tea-Noisette).

This rose was named after the two Noisette brothers, French nationals. One went to live in the United States and the other stayed in France. The first rose Noisette was the '' Blush Noisette '', produced in 1817 from seeds from 'Champney's Pink Cluster'. Other hybrids followed, results from the latter and 'Park's Yellow'. The 'Champney's Pink Cluster' was the result of a moschata and a chinensis.

The rose Noisette grows well in temperate climates. They are of constant flowering, as long as there are no extremes of heat or cold. There are several sizes of flower, from groups of small flowers in the case of 'Alister Stella Gray', to medium flowers such as' Mme. Alfred Carriere '.

Currently in the Edisto memorial gardens of South Carolina have collected a collection of most of the hybrids of Noissette.

Features

Noissette roses have appearances to the Rosales old

Do not confuse with the "Hybrid Tea".

Rearing roses that show large bouquets of flowers in the summer to fall season, with a slightly spicy aroma .

The flowers appear in corymbos from 5 to 7, being fragrant. Some varieties have loose petals and the flower is of short duration, but as many are as floriferous, as' Mme. Alfred Carriere ', there are always new flowers.

The rose bush Noisette can become large and wide, well armed with thorns and needing good support. The foliage varies in quantity with the different roses, but in general there is a lot more than tea.

They accept pruning well, need good drainage, normal soil, and their colors are soft. There is some perfume, a bit ephemeral.

They need protected place. They are recommended for installation on walls facing south or west.

They do not require much care as they have fewer pest and disease problems. Being strong, rustic and vigorous.

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