Known by the Greeks and the Romans it was from the seventeenth century that new varieties were created and cultivated on a large scale for their beauty. It seems that Empress Giuseppina at the beginning of the last century had a collection of over 150 varieties, some of which unfortunately have been lost. Gallic are really superb roses, the color of the corolla ranges from crimson to purple to ancient rose sometimes with pronounced stems in the yellow gold center. Their shape varies from simple to side and have an intense and sweet scent. Usually of a modest size, they are almost without thorns. The leaf is dark, deep with deep veins, soft and soft branches with thin and close spines. They generally tend to widen greatly because of their very pollinating character. They carry durable and ornamental berries rich in pulp for jams.
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