Centifolia Roses

In the 15th and 16th centuries, Holland was characterized by intense and profitable research in the field of botany. Thus, from the abundant activity of hybridizers and nurseries, Rosa Centifolia, the leader of his group, was a cross between Dawn and Damascene, as recently demonstrated by DNA genetic studies. The great, large, globose flowers of R. Centifolia were widely depicted in Flemish deaths in the seventeenth century. So much so that it is commonly called the Rose of Painters or Rose of Holland. The roses of this group form an open and enlarged shrub with large and small spines, rounded and broad leaves, the crowns are heavy and globose, rich in petals. The scent is often decisive and inebriating. R.Centifolia is cultivated in Provence and Morocco for extraction of essence.

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