Cultivated in China from a very long time, Chinese roses were discovered during the period of great trade and commerce bourgeoisie of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The introduction of these varieties led to a real revolution in the evolutionary history of the genus Rosa: from the crosses of Chinese roses (in particular “Old Blush” and “Slater’s Crimson China”) with the European Rose Anthems, new roses were created Repeated or continuous flowering. The Chinese Roses have thin blades, with pointed, pointed, bronze-shaped leaves, and are refined, but strong and very floral. The crowns are generally semi-dull. They can fear the cold. Commonly used for continuous edges and hedges.