Moss Roses

Moss roses were named because of the mossy growth on the peduncles and sepals. This “moss” releases a piney fragrance when rubbed between the fingers. The original moss rose was a sport of Cabbage Rose, although there is some evidence that damasks will also create moss sports. Most mosses are once-bloomers such as Crested Moss (1827). It is also known as Chapeau de Napoleon (Napoleon’s Hat) as the sepals resemble the three-sided hat worn by Napoleon. Mosses are 3-6 feet tall plants. Some are repeat-bloomers, such as Salet (1854), one of the best exhibition mosses.

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