Rosa ‘Complicata’

Family : Rosaceae

Class : Gallica

 

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Text and pictures © Giuseppe Mazza

 

 

English translation by Peter Thompson

 

 

 

Old Rose.

This old rose, very closely related to the Rosa gallica , was already known to us by 1800.

It has corollas with 5-7 petals, highly perfumed, deep pink and paler on the underside.

It grows vigorously, even in poor soils, and can reach 3 m in height. It is therefore suitable for creating isolated shrubs, hedges, and even to make pillars like a climber.

 

→ History of the rose : from the Wild Roses towards a perfect rose.

→ To appreciate the biodiversity of roses, please click here.

 

The photographic file of Giuseppe Mazza

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