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Open Curve Ring in SOLID 14k Rose Gold, 14k rose gold spiral ring, 14k rose gold wrap ring, pink gold spiral ring, unsoldered, solid gold 36 Roségold-Verlobungsringe, die Ihr Herz zum Schmelzen bringen ❤ Roségold-Diamant-Verlobungsringe wirken feminin und romantisch. Diese Ringe sind eine fantastische Wahl für Menschen mit warmen und ...

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Wien, 1. Bezirk, Volksgarten, König Laurins Rosengarten – 1000 RosenThe roses in the People’s Garden Plan Rosarium History – Classification Floribunda – new color range – Casting Tree roses – new plantings – Pests – Winter Care Rambling Roses – fertilizing, finishes Shrub Roses – Rose Renner – Sponsorship – variety name The history of roses in the People’s Garden The People’s Garden, located between the Imperial Palace and the ring road is famous for its beautiful roses: 1000 standard roses 4000 Floribunda, 300 rambling roses, (Also called Rose Park) 200 shrub roses. Noteworthy is the diversity: there are about 400 varieties, including very old plants: 1859 – Rubens 1913 – Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1919 – Jean C.N. Forestier The above amounts are from the Federal Gardens. My own count has brought other results: 730 tree roses 2300 Floribunda 132 rambling roses 100 shrub roses That’s about 3300 roses in total. Approx. 270 species I was able to verify. Approx. 50 rose bushes were not labeled. Some varieties come very often, others only once or twice. Molineux 1994 Rubens 1859 Medialis 1993 Swan lake 1968 Once flourished here Lilac and Rhododendron bushes 1823 People’s Garden was opened with the Temple of Theseus. Then made ​​multiple extensions. The part of today’s "Rosarium" along the Ring Road was built in 1862. (Picture fence 1874) What is so obvious to today’s Vienna, was not always so: most of the beds in the People’s Garden originally were planted with lilac and rhododendron. Only after the second World War II it was converted to the present generous rose jewelry. Since then grow along the ring side creepers, high stem and floribunda roses. On the side of Heroes Square, with the outputs, shrub roses were placed, among which there are also some wild roses. 1889 emerged the Grillparzer Monument. (All the pictures you can see by clicking the link at the end of the side!) Rhododendrons, output Sisi Avenue, 1930 Classifications of roses (Wild roses have 7 sheets – prize roses 5 sheets) English Rose Florybunda Hybrid Tea Rose Rambling Rose At the Roses in the People´s Garden are hanging labels (if they do not fall victim to vandals or for souvenirs) with the year indication of breeding, the name of breeding and botanical description: Hybrid Tea Rose (TB): 1 master, 1 flower; Florybunda (Flb): 1 strain, many flowers; English Rose (Engl): mixture of old and modern varieties Tb and Flb. Called Schlingrose, also climbing rose Florybunda: 1 strain, many flowers (Donauprinzessin) Shrub Roses – Floribunda – Tree roses – Climbing Roses Even as a child, we hear the tale of Sleeping Beauty, but roses have no thorns, but spines. Thorns are fused directly to the root and can not be easily removed as spines (upper wooden containers called). All roses belong to the bush family (in contrast to perennials that "disappear" in the winter). Nevertheless, there is the term Shrub Rose: It’s a chronological classification of roses that were on the market before 1867. They are very often planted as a soloist in a garden, which them has brought the name "Rose Park". Hybrid Tea Rose: 1 master, 1 flower (rose Gaujard ) Other classifications are: (High) standard roses: roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain strain level. With that, the rose gardener sets the height of the crown. Floribunda roses : the compact and low bushy roses are ideal for group planting on beds Crambling roses: They have neither roots nor can they stick up squirm. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent into each other English Rose: mixture of old varieties, hybrid tea and Florybunda (Tradescanth) 4000 Floribunda Floribunda roses are hardy, grow compact, knee-high and bushy, are durable and sturdy There are few smelling varieties Polyantha classification: a tribe, many small flowers; Florybunda: a tribe, many big blossoms New concept of color: from red to light yellow The thousands Floribunda opposite of Grillparzer Monument shimmer (still) in many colors. From historical records, however, is indicated that there was originally a different color scheme for the Floribunda than today: At the entrance of the Burgtheater side the roses were dark and were up to Grillparzer monument ever brighter – there they were then already white. This color range they want again, somewhat modified, resume with new plantings: No white roses in front of the monument, but bright yellow, so that Grillparzer monument can better stand out. It has already begun, there was heavy frost damage during the winter 2011/12. Colorful roses 2011: white and pink roses 2012: after winter damage new plantings in shades of yellow . Because the domestic rose production is not large enough, the new, yellow roses were ordered in Germany (Castor). Goldelse, candlelight, Hanseatic city of Rostock. Watering Waterinr of the Floribunda in the morning at 11 clock What roses do not like at all, and what attracts pests really magically, the foliage is wet. Therefore, the Floribunda roses are in the People’s Garde poured in the morning at 11 clock, so that the leaves can dry thoroughly. Ground sprinklers pouring only the root crown, can not be used because the associated hoses should be buried in the earth, and that in turn collide with the Erdanhäufung (amassing of earth) that is made for winter protection. Choosing the right time to do it, it requires a lot of sense. Is it too early, so still too warm, the bed roses begin to drive again, but this young shoots freeze later, inevitably, because they are too thin. 1000 Tree roses Most standard roses are found in the rose garden. During the renovation of the Temple of Theseus the asphalt was renewed in 2011, which was partially only a few centimeters thick, and so was the danger that trucks with heavy transports break into. Due to this construction site the entire flower bed in front had to be replaced. Now the high-stem Rose Maria Theresia is a nice contrast to the white temple, at her feet sits the self-cleaning floribunda aspirin. Self-cleaning means that withered flowers fall off and rarely maintenance care is needed. Pink ‚Maria Theresa‘ and white ‚aspirin‘ before the temple of Theseus Standard tree rose Maria Theresa Floribunda aspirin The concept of the (high) standard roses refers to a special type of rose decoration. Suitable varieties of roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain height of the trunk. With that the rose gardener sets the height of the crown fixed (60 cm, 90 cm, 140 cm) Plantings – Pests – Winter Care Normally about 50 roses in the People’s Garden annually have to be replaced because of winter damages and senility. Till a high standard rose goes on sale, it is at least 4 years old. With replantings the soil to 50 cm depth is completely replaced (2/3 basic soil, 1/3 compost and some peat ). Roses have enemies, such as aphids. Against them the Pirimor is used, against the Buchsbaumzünsler (Box Tree Moth, Cydalima perspectalis) Calypso (yet – a resistance is expected). In popular garden roses are sprayed with poison, not only when needed, but also as a precaution, since mildew and fire rose (both are types of fungi) also overwinter. Therefore it is also removed as far as possible with the standard roses before packing in winter the foliage. Pest Control with Poison The "Winter Package " first is made with paper bags, jute bags, then it will be pulled (eg cocoa or coffee sacks – the commercially available yard goods has not proven). They are stored in the vault of the gardener deposit in the Burggarten (below the Palm House). There namely also run the heating pipes. Put above them, the bags after the winter can be properly dried. Are during the winter the mice nesting into the packaged roses, has this consequences for the crows want to approach the small rodents and are getting the packaging tatty. It alreay has happened that 500 standard roses had to be re-wrapped. "Winter Package" with paper and jute bags 300 ambling roses The Schlingrosen (Climbing Roses) sit "as a framing" behind the standard roses. Schlingrose pearl from the Vienna Woods Schlingrose Danube Schlingrose tenor Although climbing roses are the fastest growing roses, they get along with very little garden space. They have no rootlets as the evergreen ivy, nor can they wind up like a honeysuckle. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent mesh. Climbing roses can reach stature heights of 2 to 3 meters. 4 x/year fertilizing 4 times a year, the soil is fertilized. From August, but no more, because everything then still new drives would freeze to death in winter. Well-rotted horse manure as fertilizer was used (straw mixed with horse manure, 4 years old). It smelled terrible, but only for 2 days. Since the City of Vienna may only invest more plant compost heap (the EU Directive prohibits animal compost heap on public property), this type of fertilization is no longer possible to the chagrin of gardeners, and roses. In the people garden in addition is foliar fertilizer used (it is sprayed directly on the leaves and absorbed about this from the plant). Finishes in the Augarten Old rose varieties are no longer commercially available. Maybe because they are more sensitive, vulnerable. Thus, the bud of Dr. F. Debat already not open anymore, if it has rained twice. Roses need to be replaced in the People’s Garden, this is sometimes done through an exchange with the Augarten Palace or the nursery, where the finishes are made. Previously there were roses in Hirschstetten and the Danube Park, but the City of Vienna has abandoned its local rose population (not to say destroyed), no exchange with these institutions is possible anymore. Was formerly in breeding the trend to large flowers, one tends to smell roses again today. Most varieties show their resplendent, lush flowers only once, early in the rose-year, but modern varieties are more often blooming. 200 shrub roses Some shrub roses bloom in the rose garden next to the Grillparzer Monument Most of the shrub or park roses can be found along the fence to Heroes‘ Square. These types are so old, and there are now so many variations that even a species of rose connoisseurs assignment is no longer possible in many cases. The showy, white, instensiv fragrant wild rose with its large umbels near des Triton Fountain is called Snow White. Shrub roses are actually "Old Garden Roses" or "old roses", what a time classification of roses is that were on the market before 1867. Shrub roses are also called park roses because they are often planted as a soloist in a park/garden. They grow shrubby, reaching heights up to 2 meters and usually bloom only 1 x per year. The Renner- Rose The most famous bush rose sits at the exit to Ballhausplatz before the presidential office. It is named after the former Austrian President Dr. Karl Renner When you enter, coming from the Ballhausplatz, the Viennese folk garden of particular note is a large rose bush, which is in full bloom in June. Before that, there is a panel that indicates that the rose is named after Karl Renner, founder of the First and Second Republic. The history of the rose is a bit of an adventure. President Dr. Karl Renner was born on 14 in December 1870 in the Czech village of Untertannowitz as the last of 18 children of a poor family. Renner output rose at Ballhausplatz He grew up there in a small house, in the garden, a rose bush was planted. In summer 1999, the then Director of the Austrian Federal Gardens, Peter Fischer Colbrie was noted that Karl Renner’s birthplace in Untertannowitz – Dolni Dunajovice today – and probably would be demolished and the old rosebush as well fall victim to the demolition. High haste was needed, as has already been started with the removal of the house. Misleading inscription " reconstruction"? The Federal Gardens director immediately went to a Rose Experts on the way to Dolni Dunajovice and discovered "as only bright spot in this dismal property the at the back entrance of the house situated, large and healthy, then already more than 80 year old rose bush". After consultation with the local authorities Peter Fischer Colbrie received approval, to let the magnificent rose bush dig-out and transport to Vienna. Renner Rose is almost 100 years old A place had been found in the Viennese People´s Garden, diagonal vis-à-vis the office where the president Renner one resided. On the same day, the 17th August 1999 the rosebush was there planted and in the following spring it sprouted already with flowers. In June 2000, by the then Minister of Agriculture Molterer and by the then Mayor Zilk was a plaque unveiled that describes the origin of the rose in a few words. Meanwhile, the "Renner-Rose" is far more than a hundred years old and is enjoying good health. Memorial Dr. Karl Renner : The Registrar in the bird cage Georg Markus , Courier , 2012 Sponsorships For around 300 euros, it is possible to assume a Rose sponsorship for 5 years. A tree-sponsorship costs 300 euros for 1 year. Currently, there are about 60 plates. Behind this beautiful and tragic memories. If you are interested in sponsoring people garden, please contact: Master gardener Michaela Rathbauer, Castle Garden, People’s Garden M: 0664/819 83 27 [email protected] Varieties Abraham Darby 1985 English Rose Alec ’s Red 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Anni Däneke 1974 Hybrid Tea Rose aspirin Florybunda floribunda Bella Rosa 1982 Florybunda floribunda Candlelight Dagmar Kreizer Danube 1913 Schlingrose Donauprinzessin Doris Thystermann 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Dr. Waldheim 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Duftwolke 1963 Eiffel Tower 1963 English Garden Hybrid Tea Rose Gloria Dei 1945 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldelse gold crown 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldstar 1966 deglutition Greeting to Heidelberg 1959 Schlingrose Hanseatic City of Rostock Harlequin 1985 Schlingrose Jean C.N. Forestier 1919 Hybrid Tea Rose John F. Kennedy 1965 Hybrid Tea Rose Landora 1970 Las Vegas 1956 Hybrid Tea Rose Mainzer Fastnacht 1964 Hybrid Tea Rose Maria Theresa medial Moulineux 1994 English Rose national pride 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Nicole 1985 Florybunda Olympia 84 1984 Hybrid Tea Rose Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1913 Schlingrose Piccadilly 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Rio Grande 1973 Hybrid Tea Rose Rose Gaujard 1957 Hybrid Tea Rose Rubens 1859 English Rose Rumba snowflake 1991 Florybunda snow white shrub Rose Swan 1968 Schlingrose Sharifa Asma 1989 English Rose city ​​of Vienna 1963 Florybunda Tenor Schlingrose The Queen Elizabeth Rose 1954 Florybunda Tradescanth 1993 English Rose Trumpeter 1980 Florybunda floribunda Virgo 1947 Hybrid Tea Rose Winchester Cathedral 1988 English Rose Source: Federal leadership Gardens 2012 Historic Gardens of Austria, Vienna, Volume 3 , Eva Berger, Bohlau Verlag, 2004 (Library Vienna) Index Volksgartenstraße www.viennatouristguide.at/Altstadt/Volksgarten/volksgarte….

Die Rosen im Volksgarten Planen Rosarium Geschichte – Klassifikation Floribunda – neue Farbpalette – Casting Baumrosen – Neuanpflanzungen – Schädlinge – Winterpflege Rambling Roses – düngen, enden Strauchrosen – Rose Renner – Patenschaft – Sortenname Die Geschichte der Rosen im Volksgarten Der Volksgarten, der sich zwischen der Hofburg und der ...

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Wien, 1. Bezirk, Volksgarten, König Laurins Rosengarten – 1000 RosenThe roses in the People’s Garden Plan Rosarium History – Classification Floribunda – new color range – Casting Tree roses – new plantings – Pests – Winter Care Rambling Roses – fertilizing, finishes Shrub Roses – Rose Renner – Sponsorship – variety name The history of roses in the People’s Garden The People’s Garden, located between the Imperial Palace and the ring road is famous for its beautiful roses: 1000 standard roses 4000 Floribunda, 300 rambling roses, (Also called Rose Park) 200 shrub roses. Noteworthy is the diversity: there are about 400 varieties, including very old plants: 1859 – Rubens 1913 – Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1919 – Jean C.N. Forestier The above amounts are from the Federal Gardens. My own count has brought other results: 730 tree roses 2300 Floribunda 132 rambling roses 100 shrub roses That’s about 3300 roses in total. Approx. 270 species I was able to verify. Approx. 50 rose bushes were not labeled. Some varieties come very often, others only once or twice. Molineux 1994 Rubens 1859 Medialis 1993 Swan lake 1968 Once flourished here Lilac and Rhododendron bushes 1823 People’s Garden was opened with the Temple of Theseus. Then made ​​multiple extensions. The part of today’s "Rosarium" along the Ring Road was built in 1862. (Picture fence 1874) What is so obvious to today’s Vienna, was not always so: most of the beds in the People’s Garden originally were planted with lilac and rhododendron. Only after the second World War II it was converted to the present generous rose jewelry. Since then grow along the ring side creepers, high stem and floribunda roses. On the side of Heroes Square, with the outputs, shrub roses were placed, among which there are also some wild roses. 1889 emerged the Grillparzer Monument. (All the pictures you can see by clicking the link at the end of the side!) Rhododendrons, output Sisi Avenue, 1930 Classifications of roses (Wild roses have 7 sheets – prize roses 5 sheets) English Rose Florybunda Hybrid Tea Rose Rambling Rose At the Roses in the People´s Garden are hanging labels (if they do not fall victim to vandals or for souvenirs) with the year indication of breeding, the name of breeding and botanical description: Hybrid Tea Rose (TB): 1 master, 1 flower; Florybunda (Flb): 1 strain, many flowers; English Rose (Engl): mixture of old and modern varieties Tb and Flb. Called Schlingrose, also climbing rose Florybunda: 1 strain, many flowers (Donauprinzessin) Shrub Roses – Floribunda – Tree roses – Climbing Roses Even as a child, we hear the tale of Sleeping Beauty, but roses have no thorns, but spines. Thorns are fused directly to the root and can not be easily removed as spines (upper wooden containers called). All roses belong to the bush family (in contrast to perennials that "disappear" in the winter). Nevertheless, there is the term Shrub Rose: It’s a chronological classification of roses that were on the market before 1867. They are very often planted as a soloist in a garden, which them has brought the name "Rose Park". Hybrid Tea Rose: 1 master, 1 flower (rose Gaujard ) Other classifications are: (High) standard roses: roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain strain level. With that, the rose gardener sets the height of the crown. Floribunda roses : the compact and low bushy roses are ideal for group planting on beds Crambling roses: They have neither roots nor can they stick up squirm. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent into each other English Rose: mixture of old varieties, hybrid tea and Florybunda (Tradescanth) 4000 Floribunda Floribunda roses are hardy, grow compact, knee-high and bushy, are durable and sturdy There are few smelling varieties Polyantha classification: a tribe, many small flowers; Florybunda: a tribe, many big blossoms New concept of color: from red to light yellow The thousands Floribunda opposite of Grillparzer Monument shimmer (still) in many colors. From historical records, however, is indicated that there was originally a different color scheme for the Floribunda than today: At the entrance of the Burgtheater side the roses were dark and were up to Grillparzer monument ever brighter – there they were then already white. This color range they want again, somewhat modified, resume with new plantings: No white roses in front of the monument, but bright yellow, so that Grillparzer monument can better stand out. It has already begun, there was heavy frost damage during the winter 2011/12. Colorful roses 2011: white and pink roses 2012: after winter damage new plantings in shades of yellow . Because the domestic rose production is not large enough, the new, yellow roses were ordered in Germany (Castor). Goldelse, candlelight, Hanseatic city of Rostock. Watering Waterinr of the Floribunda in the morning at 11 clock What roses do not like at all, and what attracts pests really magically, the foliage is wet. Therefore, the Floribunda roses are in the People’s Garde poured in the morning at 11 clock, so that the leaves can dry thoroughly. Ground sprinklers pouring only the root crown, can not be used because the associated hoses should be buried in the earth, and that in turn collide with the Erdanhäufung (amassing of earth) that is made for winter protection. Choosing the right time to do it, it requires a lot of sense. Is it too early, so still too warm, the bed roses begin to drive again, but this young shoots freeze later, inevitably, because they are too thin. 1000 Tree roses Most standard roses are found in the rose garden. During the renovation of the Temple of Theseus the asphalt was renewed in 2011, which was partially only a few centimeters thick, and so was the danger that trucks with heavy transports break into. Due to this construction site the entire flower bed in front had to be replaced. Now the high-stem Rose Maria Theresia is a nice contrast to the white temple, at her feet sits the self-cleaning floribunda aspirin. Self-cleaning means that withered flowers fall off and rarely maintenance care is needed. Pink ‚Maria Theresa‘ and white ‚aspirin‘ before the temple of Theseus Standard tree rose Maria Theresa Floribunda aspirin The concept of the (high) standard roses refers to a special type of rose decoration. Suitable varieties of roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain height of the trunk. With that the rose gardener sets the height of the crown fixed (60 cm, 90 cm, 140 cm) Plantings – Pests – Winter Care Normally about 50 roses in the People’s Garden annually have to be replaced because of winter damages and senility. Till a high standard rose goes on sale, it is at least 4 years old. With replantings the soil to 50 cm depth is completely replaced (2/3 basic soil, 1/3 compost and some peat ). Roses have enemies, such as aphids. Against them the Pirimor is used, against the Buchsbaumzünsler (Box Tree Moth, Cydalima perspectalis) Calypso (yet – a resistance is expected). In popular garden roses are sprayed with poison, not only when needed, but also as a precaution, since mildew and fire rose (both are types of fungi) also overwinter. Therefore it is also removed as far as possible with the standard roses before packing in winter the foliage. Pest Control with Poison The "Winter Package " first is made with paper bags, jute bags, then it will be pulled (eg cocoa or coffee sacks – the commercially available yard goods has not proven). They are stored in the vault of the gardener deposit in the Burggarten (below the Palm House). There namely also run the heating pipes. Put above them, the bags after the winter can be properly dried. Are during the winter the mice nesting into the packaged roses, has this consequences for the crows want to approach the small rodents and are getting the packaging tatty. It alreay has happened that 500 standard roses had to be re-wrapped. "Winter Package" with paper and jute bags 300 ambling roses The Schlingrosen (Climbing Roses) sit "as a framing" behind the standard roses. Schlingrose pearl from the Vienna Woods Schlingrose Danube Schlingrose tenor Although climbing roses are the fastest growing roses, they get along with very little garden space. They have no rootlets as the evergreen ivy, nor can they wind up like a honeysuckle. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent mesh. Climbing roses can reach stature heights of 2 to 3 meters. 4 x/year fertilizing 4 times a year, the soil is fertilized. From August, but no more, because everything then still new drives would freeze to death in winter. Well-rotted horse manure as fertilizer was used (straw mixed with horse manure, 4 years old). It smelled terrible, but only for 2 days. Since the City of Vienna may only invest more plant compost heap (the EU Directive prohibits animal compost heap on public property), this type of fertilization is no longer possible to the chagrin of gardeners, and roses. In the people garden in addition is foliar fertilizer used (it is sprayed directly on the leaves and absorbed about this from the plant). Finishes in the Augarten Old rose varieties are no longer commercially available. Maybe because they are more sensitive, vulnerable. Thus, the bud of Dr. F. Debat already not open anymore, if it has rained twice. Roses need to be replaced in the People’s Garden, this is sometimes done through an exchange with the Augarten Palace or the nursery, where the finishes are made. Previously there were roses in Hirschstetten and the Danube Park, but the City of Vienna has abandoned its local rose population (not to say destroyed), no exchange with these institutions is possible anymore. Was formerly in breeding the trend to large flowers, one tends to smell roses again today. Most varieties show their resplendent, lush flowers only once, early in the rose-year, but modern varieties are more often blooming. 200 shrub roses Some shrub roses bloom in the rose garden next to the Grillparzer Monument Most of the shrub or park roses can be found along the fence to Heroes‘ Square. These types are so old, and there are now so many variations that even a species of rose connoisseurs assignment is no longer possible in many cases. The showy, white, instensiv fragrant wild rose with its large umbels near des Triton Fountain is called Snow White. Shrub roses are actually "Old Garden Roses" or "old roses", what a time classification of roses is that were on the market before 1867. Shrub roses are also called park roses because they are often planted as a soloist in a park/garden. They grow shrubby, reaching heights up to 2 meters and usually bloom only 1 x per year. The Renner- Rose The most famous bush rose sits at the exit to Ballhausplatz before the presidential office. It is named after the former Austrian President Dr. Karl Renner When you enter, coming from the Ballhausplatz, the Viennese folk garden of particular note is a large rose bush, which is in full bloom in June. Before that, there is a panel that indicates that the rose is named after Karl Renner, founder of the First and Second Republic. The history of the rose is a bit of an adventure. President Dr. Karl Renner was born on 14 in December 1870 in the Czech village of Untertannowitz as the last of 18 children of a poor family. Renner output rose at Ballhausplatz He grew up there in a small house, in the garden, a rose bush was planted. In summer 1999, the then Director of the Austrian Federal Gardens, Peter Fischer Colbrie was noted that Karl Renner’s birthplace in Untertannowitz – Dolni Dunajovice today – and probably would be demolished and the old rosebush as well fall victim to the demolition. High haste was needed, as has already been started with the removal of the house. Misleading inscription " reconstruction"? The Federal Gardens director immediately went to a Rose Experts on the way to Dolni Dunajovice and discovered "as only bright spot in this dismal property the at the back entrance of the house situated, large and healthy, then already more than 80 year old rose bush". After consultation with the local authorities Peter Fischer Colbrie received approval, to let the magnificent rose bush dig-out and transport to Vienna. Renner Rose is almost 100 years old A place had been found in the Viennese People´s Garden, diagonal vis-à-vis the office where the president Renner one resided. On the same day, the 17th August 1999 the rosebush was there planted and in the following spring it sprouted already with flowers. In June 2000, by the then Minister of Agriculture Molterer and by the then Mayor Zilk was a plaque unveiled that describes the origin of the rose in a few words. Meanwhile, the "Renner-Rose" is far more than a hundred years old and is enjoying good health. Memorial Dr. Karl Renner : The Registrar in the bird cage Georg Markus , Courier , 2012 Sponsorships For around 300 euros, it is possible to assume a Rose sponsorship for 5 years. A tree-sponsorship costs 300 euros for 1 year. Currently, there are about 60 plates. Behind this beautiful and tragic memories. If you are interested in sponsoring people garden, please contact: Master gardener Michaela Rathbauer, Castle Garden, People’s Garden M: 0664/819 83 27 [email protected] Varieties Abraham Darby 1985 English Rose Alec ’s Red 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Anni Däneke 1974 Hybrid Tea Rose aspirin Florybunda floribunda Bella Rosa 1982 Florybunda floribunda Candlelight Dagmar Kreizer Danube 1913 Schlingrose Donauprinzessin Doris Thystermann 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Dr. Waldheim 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Duftwolke 1963 Eiffel Tower 1963 English Garden Hybrid Tea Rose Gloria Dei 1945 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldelse gold crown 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldstar 1966 deglutition Greeting to Heidelberg 1959 Schlingrose Hanseatic City of Rostock Harlequin 1985 Schlingrose Jean C.N. Forestier 1919 Hybrid Tea Rose John F. Kennedy 1965 Hybrid Tea Rose Landora 1970 Las Vegas 1956 Hybrid Tea Rose Mainzer Fastnacht 1964 Hybrid Tea Rose Maria Theresa medial Moulineux 1994 English Rose national pride 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Nicole 1985 Florybunda Olympia 84 1984 Hybrid Tea Rose Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1913 Schlingrose Piccadilly 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Rio Grande 1973 Hybrid Tea Rose Rose Gaujard 1957 Hybrid Tea Rose Rubens 1859 English Rose Rumba snowflake 1991 Florybunda snow white shrub Rose Swan 1968 Schlingrose Sharifa Asma 1989 English Rose city ​​of Vienna 1963 Florybunda Tenor Schlingrose The Queen Elizabeth Rose 1954 Florybunda Tradescanth 1993 English Rose Trumpeter 1980 Florybunda floribunda Virgo 1947 Hybrid Tea Rose Winchester Cathedral 1988 English Rose Source: Federal leadership Gardens 2012 Historic Gardens of Austria, Vienna, Volume 3 , Eva Berger, Bohlau Verlag, 2004 (Library Vienna) Index Volksgartenstraße www.viennatouristguide.at/Altstadt/Volksgarten/volksgarte….

Die Rosen im Volksgarten Planen Rosarium Geschichte – Klassifikation Floribunda – neue Farbpalette – Casting Baumrosen – Neuanpflanzungen – Schädlinge – Winterpflege Rambling Roses – düngen, enden Strauchrosen – Rose Renner – Patenschaft – Sortenname Die Geschichte der Rosen im Volksgarten Der Volksgarten, der sich zwischen der Hofburg und der ...

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Wien, 1. Bezirk, Volksgarten, König Laurins Rosengarten – 1000 RosenThe roses in the People’s Garden Plan Rosarium History – Classification Floribunda – new color range – Casting Tree roses – new plantings – Pests – Winter Care Rambling Roses – fertilizing, finishes Shrub Roses – Rose Renner – Sponsorship – variety name The history of roses in the People’s Garden The People’s Garden, located between the Imperial Palace and the ring road is famous for its beautiful roses: 1000 standard roses 4000 Floribunda, 300 rambling roses, (Also called Rose Park) 200 shrub roses. Noteworthy is the diversity: there are about 400 varieties, including very old plants: 1859 – Rubens 1913 – Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1919 – Jean C.N. Forestier The above amounts are from the Federal Gardens. My own count has brought other results: 730 tree roses 2300 Floribunda 132 rambling roses 100 shrub roses That’s about 3300 roses in total. Approx. 270 species I was able to verify. Approx. 50 rose bushes were not labeled. Some varieties come very often, others only once or twice. Molineux 1994 Rubens 1859 Medialis 1993 Swan lake 1968 Once flourished here Lilac and Rhododendron bushes 1823 People’s Garden was opened with the Temple of Theseus. Then made ​​multiple extensions. The part of today’s "Rosarium" along the Ring Road was built in 1862. (Picture fence 1874) What is so obvious to today’s Vienna, was not always so: most of the beds in the People’s Garden originally were planted with lilac and rhododendron. Only after the second World War II it was converted to the present generous rose jewelry. Since then grow along the ring side creepers, high stem and floribunda roses. On the side of Heroes Square, with the outputs, shrub roses were placed, among which there are also some wild roses. 1889 emerged the Grillparzer Monument. (All the pictures you can see by clicking the link at the end of the side!) Rhododendrons, output Sisi Avenue, 1930 Classifications of roses (Wild roses have 7 sheets – prize roses 5 sheets) English Rose Florybunda Hybrid Tea Rose Rambling Rose At the Roses in the People´s Garden are hanging labels (if they do not fall victim to vandals or for souvenirs) with the year indication of breeding, the name of breeding and botanical description: Hybrid Tea Rose (TB): 1 master, 1 flower; Florybunda (Flb): 1 strain, many flowers; English Rose (Engl): mixture of old and modern varieties Tb and Flb. Called Schlingrose, also climbing rose Florybunda: 1 strain, many flowers (Donauprinzessin) Shrub Roses – Floribunda – Tree roses – Climbing Roses Even as a child, we hear the tale of Sleeping Beauty, but roses have no thorns, but spines. Thorns are fused directly to the root and can not be easily removed as spines (upper wooden containers called). All roses belong to the bush family (in contrast to perennials that "disappear" in the winter). Nevertheless, there is the term Shrub Rose: It’s a chronological classification of roses that were on the market before 1867. They are very often planted as a soloist in a garden, which them has brought the name "Rose Park". Hybrid Tea Rose: 1 master, 1 flower (rose Gaujard ) Other classifications are: (High) standard roses: roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain strain level. With that, the rose gardener sets the height of the crown. Floribunda roses : the compact and low bushy roses are ideal for group planting on beds Crambling roses: They have neither roots nor can they stick up squirm. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent into each other English Rose: mixture of old varieties, hybrid tea and Florybunda (Tradescanth) 4000 Floribunda Floribunda roses are hardy, grow compact, knee-high and bushy, are durable and sturdy There are few smelling varieties Polyantha classification: a tribe, many small flowers; Florybunda: a tribe, many big blossoms New concept of color: from red to light yellow The thousands Floribunda opposite of Grillparzer Monument shimmer (still) in many colors. From historical records, however, is indicated that there was originally a different color scheme for the Floribunda than today: At the entrance of the Burgtheater side the roses were dark and were up to Grillparzer monument ever brighter – there they were then already white. This color range they want again, somewhat modified, resume with new plantings: No white roses in front of the monument, but bright yellow, so that Grillparzer monument can better stand out. It has already begun, there was heavy frost damage during the winter 2011/12. Colorful roses 2011: white and pink roses 2012: after winter damage new plantings in shades of yellow . Because the domestic rose production is not large enough, the new, yellow roses were ordered in Germany (Castor). Goldelse, candlelight, Hanseatic city of Rostock. Watering Waterinr of the Floribunda in the morning at 11 clock What roses do not like at all, and what attracts pests really magically, the foliage is wet. Therefore, the Floribunda roses are in the People’s Garde poured in the morning at 11 clock, so that the leaves can dry thoroughly. Ground sprinklers pouring only the root crown, can not be used because the associated hoses should be buried in the earth, and that in turn collide with the Erdanhäufung (amassing of earth) that is made for winter protection. Choosing the right time to do it, it requires a lot of sense. Is it too early, so still too warm, the bed roses begin to drive again, but this young shoots freeze later, inevitably, because they are too thin. 1000 Tree roses Most standard roses are found in the rose garden. During the renovation of the Temple of Theseus the asphalt was renewed in 2011, which was partially only a few centimeters thick, and so was the danger that trucks with heavy transports break into. Due to this construction site the entire flower bed in front had to be replaced. Now the high-stem Rose Maria Theresia is a nice contrast to the white temple, at her feet sits the self-cleaning floribunda aspirin. Self-cleaning means that withered flowers fall off and rarely maintenance care is needed. Pink ‚Maria Theresa‘ and white ‚aspirin‘ before the temple of Theseus Standard tree rose Maria Theresa Floribunda aspirin The concept of the (high) standard roses refers to a special type of rose decoration. Suitable varieties of roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain height of the trunk. With that the rose gardener sets the height of the crown fixed (60 cm, 90 cm, 140 cm) Plantings – Pests – Winter Care Normally about 50 roses in the People’s Garden annually have to be replaced because of winter damages and senility. Till a high standard rose goes on sale, it is at least 4 years old. With replantings the soil to 50 cm depth is completely replaced (2/3 basic soil, 1/3 compost and some peat ). Roses have enemies, such as aphids. Against them the Pirimor is used, against the Buchsbaumzünsler (Box Tree Moth, Cydalima perspectalis) Calypso (yet – a resistance is expected). In popular garden roses are sprayed with poison, not only when needed, but also as a precaution, since mildew and fire rose (both are types of fungi) also overwinter. Therefore it is also removed as far as possible with the standard roses before packing in winter the foliage. Pest Control with Poison The "Winter Package " first is made with paper bags, jute bags, then it will be pulled (eg cocoa or coffee sacks – the commercially available yard goods has not proven). They are stored in the vault of the gardener deposit in the Burggarten (below the Palm House). There namely also run the heating pipes. Put above them, the bags after the winter can be properly dried. Are during the winter the mice nesting into the packaged roses, has this consequences for the crows want to approach the small rodents and are getting the packaging tatty. It alreay has happened that 500 standard roses had to be re-wrapped. "Winter Package" with paper and jute bags 300 ambling roses The Schlingrosen (Climbing Roses) sit "as a framing" behind the standard roses. Schlingrose pearl from the Vienna Woods Schlingrose Danube Schlingrose tenor Although climbing roses are the fastest growing roses, they get along with very little garden space. They have no rootlets as the evergreen ivy, nor can they wind up like a honeysuckle. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent mesh. Climbing roses can reach stature heights of 2 to 3 meters. 4 x/year fertilizing 4 times a year, the soil is fertilized. From August, but no more, because everything then still new drives would freeze to death in winter. Well-rotted horse manure as fertilizer was used (straw mixed with horse manure, 4 years old). It smelled terrible, but only for 2 days. Since the City of Vienna may only invest more plant compost heap (the EU Directive prohibits animal compost heap on public property), this type of fertilization is no longer possible to the chagrin of gardeners, and roses. In the people garden in addition is foliar fertilizer used (it is sprayed directly on the leaves and absorbed about this from the plant). Finishes in the Augarten Old rose varieties are no longer commercially available. Maybe because they are more sensitive, vulnerable. Thus, the bud of Dr. F. Debat already not open anymore, if it has rained twice. Roses need to be replaced in the People’s Garden, this is sometimes done through an exchange with the Augarten Palace or the nursery, where the finishes are made. Previously there were roses in Hirschstetten and the Danube Park, but the City of Vienna has abandoned its local rose population (not to say destroyed), no exchange with these institutions is possible anymore. Was formerly in breeding the trend to large flowers, one tends to smell roses again today. Most varieties show their resplendent, lush flowers only once, early in the rose-year, but modern varieties are more often blooming. 200 shrub roses Some shrub roses bloom in the rose garden next to the Grillparzer Monument Most of the shrub or park roses can be found along the fence to Heroes‘ Square. These types are so old, and there are now so many variations that even a species of rose connoisseurs assignment is no longer possible in many cases. The showy, white, instensiv fragrant wild rose with its large umbels near des Triton Fountain is called Snow White. Shrub roses are actually "Old Garden Roses" or "old roses", what a time classification of roses is that were on the market before 1867. Shrub roses are also called park roses because they are often planted as a soloist in a park/garden. They grow shrubby, reaching heights up to 2 meters and usually bloom only 1 x per year. The Renner- Rose The most famous bush rose sits at the exit to Ballhausplatz before the presidential office. It is named after the former Austrian President Dr. Karl Renner When you enter, coming from the Ballhausplatz, the Viennese folk garden of particular note is a large rose bush, which is in full bloom in June. Before that, there is a panel that indicates that the rose is named after Karl Renner, founder of the First and Second Republic. The history of the rose is a bit of an adventure. President Dr. Karl Renner was born on 14 in December 1870 in the Czech village of Untertannowitz as the last of 18 children of a poor family. Renner output rose at Ballhausplatz He grew up there in a small house, in the garden, a rose bush was planted. In summer 1999, the then Director of the Austrian Federal Gardens, Peter Fischer Colbrie was noted that Karl Renner’s birthplace in Untertannowitz – Dolni Dunajovice today – and probably would be demolished and the old rosebush as well fall victim to the demolition. High haste was needed, as has already been started with the removal of the house. Misleading inscription " reconstruction"? The Federal Gardens director immediately went to a Rose Experts on the way to Dolni Dunajovice and discovered "as only bright spot in this dismal property the at the back entrance of the house situated, large and healthy, then already more than 80 year old rose bush". After consultation with the local authorities Peter Fischer Colbrie received approval, to let the magnificent rose bush dig-out and transport to Vienna. Renner Rose is almost 100 years old A place had been found in the Viennese People´s Garden, diagonal vis-à-vis the office where the president Renner one resided. On the same day, the 17th August 1999 the rosebush was there planted and in the following spring it sprouted already with flowers. In June 2000, by the then Minister of Agriculture Molterer and by the then Mayor Zilk was a plaque unveiled that describes the origin of the rose in a few words. Meanwhile, the "Renner-Rose" is far more than a hundred years old and is enjoying good health. Memorial Dr. Karl Renner : The Registrar in the bird cage Georg Markus , Courier , 2012 Sponsorships For around 300 euros, it is possible to assume a Rose sponsorship for 5 years. A tree-sponsorship costs 300 euros for 1 year. Currently, there are about 60 plates. Behind this beautiful and tragic memories. If you are interested in sponsoring people garden, please contact: Master gardener Michaela Rathbauer, Castle Garden, People’s Garden M: 0664/819 83 27 [email protected] Varieties Abraham Darby 1985 English Rose Alec ’s Red 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Anni Däneke 1974 Hybrid Tea Rose aspirin Florybunda floribunda Bella Rosa 1982 Florybunda floribunda Candlelight Dagmar Kreizer Danube 1913 Schlingrose Donauprinzessin Doris Thystermann 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Dr. Waldheim 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Duftwolke 1963 Eiffel Tower 1963 English Garden Hybrid Tea Rose Gloria Dei 1945 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldelse gold crown 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldstar 1966 deglutition Greeting to Heidelberg 1959 Schlingrose Hanseatic City of Rostock Harlequin 1985 Schlingrose Jean C.N. Forestier 1919 Hybrid Tea Rose John F. Kennedy 1965 Hybrid Tea Rose Landora 1970 Las Vegas 1956 Hybrid Tea Rose Mainzer Fastnacht 1964 Hybrid Tea Rose Maria Theresa medial Moulineux 1994 English Rose national pride 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Nicole 1985 Florybunda Olympia 84 1984 Hybrid Tea Rose Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1913 Schlingrose Piccadilly 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Rio Grande 1973 Hybrid Tea Rose Rose Gaujard 1957 Hybrid Tea Rose Rubens 1859 English Rose Rumba snowflake 1991 Florybunda snow white shrub Rose Swan 1968 Schlingrose Sharifa Asma 1989 English Rose city ​​of Vienna 1963 Florybunda Tenor Schlingrose The Queen Elizabeth Rose 1954 Florybunda Tradescanth 1993 English Rose Trumpeter 1980 Florybunda floribunda Virgo 1947 Hybrid Tea Rose Winchester Cathedral 1988 English Rose Source: Federal leadership Gardens 2012 Historic Gardens of Austria, Vienna, Volume 3 , Eva Berger, Bohlau Verlag, 2004 (Library Vienna) Index Volksgartenstraße www.viennatouristguide.at/Altstadt/Volksgarten/volksgarte…

Die Rosen im Volksgarten Planen Rosarium Geschichte – Klassifikation Floribunda – neue Farbpalette – Casting Baumrosen – Neuanpflanzungen – Schädlinge – Winterpflege Rambling Roses – düngen, enden Strauchrosen – Rose Renner – Patenschaft – Sortenname Die Geschichte der Rosen im Volksgarten Der Volksgarten, der sich zwischen der Hofburg und der ...

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Wien, 1. Bezirk, Volksgarten, König Laurins Rosengarten – 1000 RosenThe roses in the People’s Garden Plan Rosarium History – Classification Floribunda – new color range – Casting Tree roses – new plantings – Pests – Winter Care Rambling Roses – fertilizing, finishes Shrub Roses – Rose Renner – Sponsorship – variety name The history of roses in the People’s Garden The People’s Garden, located between the Imperial Palace and the ring road is famous for its beautiful roses: 1000 standard roses 4000 Floribunda, 300 rambling roses, (Also called Rose Park) 200 shrub roses. Noteworthy is the diversity: there are about 400 varieties, including very old plants: 1859 – Rubens 1913 – Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1919 – Jean C.N. Forestier The above amounts are from the Federal Gardens. My own count has brought other results: 730 tree roses 2300 Floribunda 132 rambling roses 100 shrub roses That’s about 3300 roses in total. Approx. 270 species I was able to verify. Approx. 50 rose bushes were not labeled. Some varieties come very often, others only once or twice. Molineux 1994 Rubens 1859 Medialis 1993 Swan lake 1968 Once flourished here Lilac and Rhododendron bushes 1823 People’s Garden was opened with the Temple of Theseus. Then made ​​multiple extensions. The part of today’s "Rosarium" along the Ring Road was built in 1862. (Picture fence 1874) What is so obvious to today’s Vienna, was not always so: most of the beds in the People’s Garden originally were planted with lilac and rhododendron. Only after the second World War II it was converted to the present generous rose jewelry. Since then grow along the ring side creepers, high stem and floribunda roses. On the side of Heroes Square, with the outputs, shrub roses were placed, among which there are also some wild roses. 1889 emerged the Grillparzer Monument. (All the pictures you can see by clicking the link at the end of the side!) Rhododendrons, output Sisi Avenue, 1930 Classifications of roses (Wild roses have 7 sheets – prize roses 5 sheets) English Rose Florybunda Hybrid Tea Rose Rambling Rose At the Roses in the People´s Garden are hanging labels (if they do not fall victim to vandals or for souvenirs) with the year indication of breeding, the name of breeding and botanical description: Hybrid Tea Rose (TB): 1 master, 1 flower; Florybunda (Flb): 1 strain, many flowers; English Rose (Engl): mixture of old and modern varieties Tb and Flb. Called Schlingrose, also climbing rose Florybunda: 1 strain, many flowers (Donauprinzessin) Shrub Roses – Floribunda – Tree roses – Climbing Roses Even as a child, we hear the tale of Sleeping Beauty, but roses have no thorns, but spines. Thorns are fused directly to the root and can not be easily removed as spines (upper wooden containers called). All roses belong to the bush family (in contrast to perennials that "disappear" in the winter). Nevertheless, there is the term Shrub Rose: It’s a chronological classification of roses that were on the market before 1867. They are very often planted as a soloist in a garden, which them has brought the name "Rose Park". Hybrid Tea Rose: 1 master, 1 flower (rose Gaujard ) Other classifications are: (High) standard roses: roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain strain level. With that, the rose gardener sets the height of the crown. Floribunda roses : the compact and low bushy roses are ideal for group planting on beds Crambling roses: They have neither roots nor can they stick up squirm. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent into each other English Rose: mixture of old varieties, hybrid tea and Florybunda (Tradescanth) 4000 Floribunda Floribunda roses are hardy, grow compact, knee-high and bushy, are durable and sturdy There are few smelling varieties Polyantha classification: a tribe, many small flowers; Florybunda: a tribe, many big blossoms New concept of color: from red to light yellow The thousands Floribunda opposite of Grillparzer Monument shimmer (still) in many colors. From historical records, however, is indicated that there was originally a different color scheme for the Floribunda than today: At the entrance of the Burgtheater side the roses were dark and were up to Grillparzer monument ever brighter – there they were then already white. This color range they want again, somewhat modified, resume with new plantings: No white roses in front of the monument, but bright yellow, so that Grillparzer monument can better stand out. It has already begun, there was heavy frost damage during the winter 2011/12. Colorful roses 2011: white and pink roses 2012: after winter damage new plantings in shades of yellow . Because the domestic rose production is not large enough, the new, yellow roses were ordered in Germany (Castor). Goldelse, candlelight, Hanseatic city of Rostock. Watering Waterinr of the Floribunda in the morning at 11 clock What roses do not like at all, and what attracts pests really magically, the foliage is wet. Therefore, the Floribunda roses are in the People’s Garde poured in the morning at 11 clock, so that the leaves can dry thoroughly. Ground sprinklers pouring only the root crown, can not be used because the associated hoses should be buried in the earth, and that in turn collide with the Erdanhäufung (amassing of earth) that is made for winter protection. Choosing the right time to do it, it requires a lot of sense. Is it too early, so still too warm, the bed roses begin to drive again, but this young shoots freeze later, inevitably, because they are too thin. 1000 Tree roses Most standard roses are found in the rose garden. During the renovation of the Temple of Theseus the asphalt was renewed in 2011, which was partially only a few centimeters thick, and so was the danger that trucks with heavy transports break into. Due to this construction site the entire flower bed in front had to be replaced. Now the high-stem Rose Maria Theresia is a nice contrast to the white temple, at her feet sits the self-cleaning floribunda aspirin. Self-cleaning means that withered flowers fall off and rarely maintenance care is needed. Pink ‚Maria Theresa‘ and white ‚aspirin‘ before the temple of Theseus Standard tree rose Maria Theresa Floribunda aspirin The concept of the (high) standard roses refers to a special type of rose decoration. Suitable varieties of roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain height of the trunk. With that the rose gardener sets the height of the crown fixed (60 cm, 90 cm, 140 cm) Plantings – Pests – Winter Care Normally about 50 roses in the People’s Garden annually have to be replaced because of winter damages and senility. Till a high standard rose goes on sale, it is at least 4 years old. With replantings the soil to 50 cm depth is completely replaced (2/3 basic soil, 1/3 compost and some peat ). Roses have enemies, such as aphids. Against them the Pirimor is used, against the Buchsbaumzünsler (Box Tree Moth, Cydalima perspectalis) Calypso (yet – a resistance is expected). In popular garden roses are sprayed with poison, not only when needed, but also as a precaution, since mildew and fire rose (both are types of fungi) also overwinter. Therefore it is also removed as far as possible with the standard roses before packing in winter the foliage. Pest Control with Poison The "Winter Package " first is made with paper bags, jute bags, then it will be pulled (eg cocoa or coffee sacks – the commercially available yard goods has not proven). They are stored in the vault of the gardener deposit in the Burggarten (below the Palm House). There namely also run the heating pipes. Put above them, the bags after the winter can be properly dried. Are during the winter the mice nesting into the packaged roses, has this consequences for the crows want to approach the small rodents and are getting the packaging tatty. It alreay has happened that 500 standard roses had to be re-wrapped. "Winter Package" with paper and jute bags 300 ambling roses The Schlingrosen (Climbing Roses) sit "as a framing" behind the standard roses. Schlingrose pearl from the Vienna Woods Schlingrose Danube Schlingrose tenor Although climbing roses are the fastest growing roses, they get along with very little garden space. They have no rootlets as the evergreen ivy, nor can they wind up like a honeysuckle. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent mesh. Climbing roses can reach stature heights of 2 to 3 meters. 4 x/year fertilizing 4 times a year, the soil is fertilized. From August, but no more, because everything then still new drives would freeze to death in winter. Well-rotted horse manure as fertilizer was used (straw mixed with horse manure, 4 years old). It smelled terrible, but only for 2 days. Since the City of Vienna may only invest more plant compost heap (the EU Directive prohibits animal compost heap on public property), this type of fertilization is no longer possible to the chagrin of gardeners, and roses. In the people garden in addition is foliar fertilizer used (it is sprayed directly on the leaves and absorbed about this from the plant). Finishes in the Augarten Old rose varieties are no longer commercially available. Maybe because they are more sensitive, vulnerable. Thus, the bud of Dr. F. Debat already not open anymore, if it has rained twice. Roses need to be replaced in the People’s Garden, this is sometimes done through an exchange with the Augarten Palace or the nursery, where the finishes are made. Previously there were roses in Hirschstetten and the Danube Park, but the City of Vienna has abandoned its local rose population (not to say destroyed), no exchange with these institutions is possible anymore. Was formerly in breeding the trend to large flowers, one tends to smell roses again today. Most varieties show their resplendent, lush flowers only once, early in the rose-year, but modern varieties are more often blooming. 200 shrub roses Some shrub roses bloom in the rose garden next to the Grillparzer Monument Most of the shrub or park roses can be found along the fence to Heroes‘ Square. These types are so old, and there are now so many variations that even a species of rose connoisseurs assignment is no longer possible in many cases. The showy, white, instensiv fragrant wild rose with its large umbels near des Triton Fountain is called Snow White. Shrub roses are actually "Old Garden Roses" or "old roses", what a time classification of roses is that were on the market before 1867. Shrub roses are also called park roses because they are often planted as a soloist in a park/garden. They grow shrubby, reaching heights up to 2 meters and usually bloom only 1 x per year. The Renner- Rose The most famous bush rose sits at the exit to Ballhausplatz before the presidential office. It is named after the former Austrian President Dr. Karl Renner When you enter, coming from the Ballhausplatz, the Viennese folk garden of particular note is a large rose bush, which is in full bloom in June. Before that, there is a panel that indicates that the rose is named after Karl Renner, founder of the First and Second Republic. The history of the rose is a bit of an adventure. President Dr. Karl Renner was born on 14 in December 1870 in the Czech village of Untertannowitz as the last of 18 children of a poor family. Renner output rose at Ballhausplatz He grew up there in a small house, in the garden, a rose bush was planted. In summer 1999, the then Director of the Austrian Federal Gardens, Peter Fischer Colbrie was noted that Karl Renner’s birthplace in Untertannowitz – Dolni Dunajovice today – and probably would be demolished and the old rosebush as well fall victim to the demolition. High haste was needed, as has already been started with the removal of the house. Misleading inscription " reconstruction"? The Federal Gardens director immediately went to a Rose Experts on the way to Dolni Dunajovice and discovered "as only bright spot in this dismal property the at the back entrance of the house situated, large and healthy, then already more than 80 year old rose bush". After consultation with the local authorities Peter Fischer Colbrie received approval, to let the magnificent rose bush dig-out and transport to Vienna. Renner Rose is almost 100 years old A place had been found in the Viennese People´s Garden, diagonal vis-à-vis the office where the president Renner one resided. On the same day, the 17th August 1999 the rosebush was there planted and in the following spring it sprouted already with flowers. In June 2000, by the then Minister of Agriculture Molterer and by the then Mayor Zilk was a plaque unveiled that describes the origin of the rose in a few words. Meanwhile, the "Renner-Rose" is far more than a hundred years old and is enjoying good health. Memorial Dr. Karl Renner : The Registrar in the bird cage Georg Markus , Courier , 2012 Sponsorships For around 300 euros, it is possible to assume a Rose sponsorship for 5 years. A tree-sponsorship costs 300 euros for 1 year. Currently, there are about 60 plates. Behind this beautiful and tragic memories. If you are interested in sponsoring people garden, please contact: Master gardener Michaela Rathbauer, Castle Garden, People’s Garden M: 0664/819 83 27 [email protected] Varieties Abraham Darby 1985 English Rose Alec ’s Red 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Anni Däneke 1974 Hybrid Tea Rose aspirin Florybunda floribunda Bella Rosa 1982 Florybunda floribunda Candlelight Dagmar Kreizer Danube 1913 Schlingrose Donauprinzessin Doris Thystermann 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Dr. Waldheim 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Duftwolke 1963 Eiffel Tower 1963 English Garden Hybrid Tea Rose Gloria Dei 1945 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldelse gold crown 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldstar 1966 deglutition Greeting to Heidelberg 1959 Schlingrose Hanseatic City of Rostock Harlequin 1985 Schlingrose Jean C.N. Forestier 1919 Hybrid Tea Rose John F. Kennedy 1965 Hybrid Tea Rose Landora 1970 Las Vegas 1956 Hybrid Tea Rose Mainzer Fastnacht 1964 Hybrid Tea Rose Maria Theresa medial Moulineux 1994 English Rose national pride 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Nicole 1985 Florybunda Olympia 84 1984 Hybrid Tea Rose Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1913 Schlingrose Piccadilly 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Rio Grande 1973 Hybrid Tea Rose Rose Gaujard 1957 Hybrid Tea Rose Rubens 1859 English Rose Rumba snowflake 1991 Florybunda snow white shrub Rose Swan 1968 Schlingrose Sharifa Asma 1989 English Rose city ​​of Vienna 1963 Florybunda Tenor Schlingrose The Queen Elizabeth Rose 1954 Florybunda Tradescanth 1993 English Rose Trumpeter 1980 Florybunda floribunda Virgo 1947 Hybrid Tea Rose Winchester Cathedral 1988 English Rose Source: Federal leadership Gardens 2012 Historic Gardens of Austria, Vienna, Volume 3 , Eva Berger, Bohlau Verlag, 2004 (Library Vienna) Index Volksgartenstraße www.viennatouristguide.at/Altstadt/Volksgarten/volksgarte….

Die Rosen im Volksgarten Planen Rosarium Geschichte – Klassifikation Floribunda – neue Farbpalette – Casting Baumrosen – Neuanpflanzungen – Schädlinge – Winterpflege Rambling Roses – düngen, enden Strauchrosen – Rose Renner – Patenschaft – Sortenname Die Geschichte der Rosen im Volksgarten Der Volksgarten, der sich zwischen der Hofburg und der ...

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Wien, 1. Bezirk, Volksgarten, König Laurins Rosengarten – 1000 RosenThe roses in the People’s Garden Plan Rosarium History – Classification Floribunda – new color range – Casting Tree roses – new plantings – Pests – Winter Care Rambling Roses – fertilizing, finishes Shrub Roses – Rose Renner – Sponsorship – variety name The history of roses in the People’s Garden The People’s Garden, located between the Imperial Palace and the ring road is famous for its beautiful roses: 1000 standard roses 4000 Floribunda, 300 rambling roses, (Also called Rose Park) 200 shrub roses. Noteworthy is the diversity: there are about 400 varieties, including very old plants: 1859 – Rubens 1913 – Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1919 – Jean C.N. Forestier The above amounts are from the Federal Gardens. My own count has brought other results: 730 tree roses 2300 Floribunda 132 rambling roses 100 shrub roses That’s about 3300 roses in total. Approx. 270 species I was able to verify. Approx. 50 rose bushes were not labeled. Some varieties come very often, others only once or twice. Molineux 1994 Rubens 1859 Medialis 1993 Swan lake 1968 Once flourished here Lilac and Rhododendron bushes 1823 People’s Garden was opened with the Temple of Theseus. Then made ​​multiple extensions. The part of today’s "Rosarium" along the Ring Road was built in 1862. (Picture fence 1874) What is so obvious to today’s Vienna, was not always so: most of the beds in the People’s Garden originally were planted with lilac and rhododendron. Only after the second World War II it was converted to the present generous rose jewelry. Since then grow along the ring side creepers, high stem and floribunda roses. On the side of Heroes Square, with the outputs, shrub roses were placed, among which there are also some wild roses. 1889 emerged the Grillparzer Monument. (All the pictures you can see by clicking the link at the end of the side!) Rhododendrons, output Sisi Avenue, 1930 Classifications of roses (Wild roses have 7 sheets – prize roses 5 sheets) English Rose Florybunda Hybrid Tea Rose Rambling Rose At the Roses in the People´s Garden are hanging labels (if they do not fall victim to vandals or for souvenirs) with the year indication of breeding, the name of breeding and botanical description: Hybrid Tea Rose (TB): 1 master, 1 flower; Florybunda (Flb): 1 strain, many flowers; English Rose (Engl): mixture of old and modern varieties Tb and Flb. Called Schlingrose, also climbing rose Florybunda: 1 strain, many flowers (Donauprinzessin) Shrub Roses – Floribunda – Tree roses – Climbing Roses Even as a child, we hear the tale of Sleeping Beauty, but roses have no thorns, but spines. Thorns are fused directly to the root and can not be easily removed as spines (upper wooden containers called). All roses belong to the bush family (in contrast to perennials that "disappear" in the winter). Nevertheless, there is the term Shrub Rose: It’s a chronological classification of roses that were on the market before 1867. They are very often planted as a soloist in a garden, which them has brought the name "Rose Park". Hybrid Tea Rose: 1 master, 1 flower (rose Gaujard ) Other classifications are: (High) standard roses: roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain strain level. With that, the rose gardener sets the height of the crown. Floribunda roses : the compact and low bushy roses are ideal for group planting on beds Crambling roses: They have neither roots nor can they stick up squirm. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent into each other English Rose: mixture of old varieties, hybrid tea and Florybunda (Tradescanth) 4000 Floribunda Floribunda roses are hardy, grow compact, knee-high and bushy, are durable and sturdy There are few smelling varieties Polyantha classification: a tribe, many small flowers; Florybunda: a tribe, many big blossoms New concept of color: from red to light yellow The thousands Floribunda opposite of Grillparzer Monument shimmer (still) in many colors. From historical records, however, is indicated that there was originally a different color scheme for the Floribunda than today: At the entrance of the Burgtheater side the roses were dark and were up to Grillparzer monument ever brighter – there they were then already white. This color range they want again, somewhat modified, resume with new plantings: No white roses in front of the monument, but bright yellow, so that Grillparzer monument can better stand out. It has already begun, there was heavy frost damage during the winter 2011/12. Colorful roses 2011: white and pink roses 2012: after winter damage new plantings in shades of yellow . Because the domestic rose production is not large enough, the new, yellow roses were ordered in Germany (Castor). Goldelse, candlelight, Hanseatic city of Rostock. Watering Waterinr of the Floribunda in the morning at 11 clock What roses do not like at all, and what attracts pests really magically, the foliage is wet. Therefore, the Floribunda roses are in the People’s Garde poured in the morning at 11 clock, so that the leaves can dry thoroughly. Ground sprinklers pouring only the root crown, can not be used because the associated hoses should be buried in the earth, and that in turn collide with the Erdanhäufung (amassing of earth) that is made for winter protection. Choosing the right time to do it, it requires a lot of sense. Is it too early, so still too warm, the bed roses begin to drive again, but this young shoots freeze later, inevitably, because they are too thin. 1000 Tree roses Most standard roses are found in the rose garden. During the renovation of the Temple of Theseus the asphalt was renewed in 2011, which was partially only a few centimeters thick, and so was the danger that trucks with heavy transports break into. Due to this construction site the entire flower bed in front had to be replaced. Now the high-stem Rose Maria Theresia is a nice contrast to the white temple, at her feet sits the self-cleaning floribunda aspirin. Self-cleaning means that withered flowers fall off and rarely maintenance care is needed. Pink ‚Maria Theresa‘ and white ‚aspirin‘ before the temple of Theseus Standard tree rose Maria Theresa Floribunda aspirin The concept of the (high) standard roses refers to a special type of rose decoration. Suitable varieties of roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain height of the trunk. With that the rose gardener sets the height of the crown fixed (60 cm, 90 cm, 140 cm) Plantings – Pests – Winter Care Normally about 50 roses in the People’s Garden annually have to be replaced because of winter damages and senility. Till a high standard rose goes on sale, it is at least 4 years old. With replantings the soil to 50 cm depth is completely replaced (2/3 basic soil, 1/3 compost and some peat ). Roses have enemies, such as aphids. Against them the Pirimor is used, against the Buchsbaumzünsler (Box Tree Moth, Cydalima perspectalis) Calypso (yet – a resistance is expected). In popular garden roses are sprayed with poison, not only when needed, but also as a precaution, since mildew and fire rose (both are types of fungi) also overwinter. Therefore it is also removed as far as possible with the standard roses before packing in winter the foliage. Pest Control with Poison The "Winter Package " first is made with paper bags, jute bags, then it will be pulled (eg cocoa or coffee sacks – the commercially available yard goods has not proven). They are stored in the vault of the gardener deposit in the Burggarten (below the Palm House). There namely also run the heating pipes. Put above them, the bags after the winter can be properly dried. Are during the winter the mice nesting into the packaged roses, has this consequences for the crows want to approach the small rodents and are getting the packaging tatty. It alreay has happened that 500 standard roses had to be re-wrapped. "Winter Package" with paper and jute bags 300 ambling roses The Schlingrosen (Climbing Roses) sit "as a framing" behind the standard roses. Schlingrose pearl from the Vienna Woods Schlingrose Danube Schlingrose tenor Although climbing roses are the fastest growing roses, they get along with very little garden space. They have no rootlets as the evergreen ivy, nor can they wind up like a honeysuckle. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent mesh. Climbing roses can reach stature heights of 2 to 3 meters. 4 x/year fertilizing 4 times a year, the soil is fertilized. From August, but no more, because everything then still new drives would freeze to death in winter. Well-rotted horse manure as fertilizer was used (straw mixed with horse manure, 4 years old). It smelled terrible, but only for 2 days. Since the City of Vienna may only invest more plant compost heap (the EU Directive prohibits animal compost heap on public property), this type of fertilization is no longer possible to the chagrin of gardeners, and roses. In the people garden in addition is foliar fertilizer used (it is sprayed directly on the leaves and absorbed about this from the plant). Finishes in the Augarten Old rose varieties are no longer commercially available. Maybe because they are more sensitive, vulnerable. Thus, the bud of Dr. F. Debat already not open anymore, if it has rained twice. Roses need to be replaced in the People’s Garden, this is sometimes done through an exchange with the Augarten Palace or the nursery, where the finishes are made. Previously there were roses in Hirschstetten and the Danube Park, but the City of Vienna has abandoned its local rose population (not to say destroyed), no exchange with these institutions is possible anymore. Was formerly in breeding the trend to large flowers, one tends to smell roses again today. Most varieties show their resplendent, lush flowers only once, early in the rose-year, but modern varieties are more often blooming. 200 shrub roses Some shrub roses bloom in the rose garden next to the Grillparzer Monument Most of the shrub or park roses can be found along the fence to Heroes‘ Square. These types are so old, and there are now so many variations that even a species of rose connoisseurs assignment is no longer possible in many cases. The showy, white, instensiv fragrant wild rose with its large umbels near des Triton Fountain is called Snow White. Shrub roses are actually "Old Garden Roses" or "old roses", what a time classification of roses is that were on the market before 1867. Shrub roses are also called park roses because they are often planted as a soloist in a park/garden. They grow shrubby, reaching heights up to 2 meters and usually bloom only 1 x per year. The Renner- Rose The most famous bush rose sits at the exit to Ballhausplatz before the presidential office. It is named after the former Austrian President Dr. Karl Renner When you enter, coming from the Ballhausplatz, the Viennese folk garden of particular note is a large rose bush, which is in full bloom in June. Before that, there is a panel that indicates that the rose is named after Karl Renner, founder of the First and Second Republic. The history of the rose is a bit of an adventure. President Dr. Karl Renner was born on 14 in December 1870 in the Czech village of Untertannowitz as the last of 18 children of a poor family. Renner output rose at Ballhausplatz He grew up there in a small house, in the garden, a rose bush was planted. In summer 1999, the then Director of the Austrian Federal Gardens, Peter Fischer Colbrie was noted that Karl Renner’s birthplace in Untertannowitz – Dolni Dunajovice today – and probably would be demolished and the old rosebush as well fall victim to the demolition. High haste was needed, as has already been started with the removal of the house. Misleading inscription " reconstruction"? The Federal Gardens director immediately went to a Rose Experts on the way to Dolni Dunajovice and discovered "as only bright spot in this dismal property the at the back entrance of the house situated, large and healthy, then already more than 80 year old rose bush". After consultation with the local authorities Peter Fischer Colbrie received approval, to let the magnificent rose bush dig-out and transport to Vienna. Renner Rose is almost 100 years old A place had been found in the Viennese People´s Garden, diagonal vis-à-vis the office where the president Renner one resided. On the same day, the 17th August 1999 the rosebush was there planted and in the following spring it sprouted already with flowers. In June 2000, by the then Minister of Agriculture Molterer and by the then Mayor Zilk was a plaque unveiled that describes the origin of the rose in a few words. Meanwhile, the "Renner-Rose" is far more than a hundred years old and is enjoying good health. Memorial Dr. Karl Renner : The Registrar in the bird cage Georg Markus , Courier , 2012 Sponsorships For around 300 euros, it is possible to assume a Rose sponsorship for 5 years. A tree-sponsorship costs 300 euros for 1 year. Currently, there are about 60 plates. Behind this beautiful and tragic memories. If you are interested in sponsoring people garden, please contact: Master gardener Michaela Rathbauer, Castle Garden, People’s Garden M: 0664/819 83 27 [email protected] Varieties Abraham Darby 1985 English Rose Alec ’s Red 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Anni Däneke 1974 Hybrid Tea Rose aspirin Florybunda floribunda Bella Rosa 1982 Florybunda floribunda Candlelight Dagmar Kreizer Danube 1913 Schlingrose Donauprinzessin Doris Thystermann 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Dr. Waldheim 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Duftwolke 1963 Eiffel Tower 1963 English Garden Hybrid Tea Rose Gloria Dei 1945 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldelse gold crown 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldstar 1966 deglutition Greeting to Heidelberg 1959 Schlingrose Hanseatic City of Rostock Harlequin 1985 Schlingrose Jean C.N. Forestier 1919 Hybrid Tea Rose John F. Kennedy 1965 Hybrid Tea Rose Landora 1970 Las Vegas 1956 Hybrid Tea Rose Mainzer Fastnacht 1964 Hybrid Tea Rose Maria Theresa medial Moulineux 1994 English Rose national pride 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Nicole 1985 Florybunda Olympia 84 1984 Hybrid Tea Rose Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1913 Schlingrose Piccadilly 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Rio Grande 1973 Hybrid Tea Rose Rose Gaujard 1957 Hybrid Tea Rose Rubens 1859 English Rose Rumba snowflake 1991 Florybunda snow white shrub Rose Swan 1968 Schlingrose Sharifa Asma 1989 English Rose city ​​of Vienna 1963 Florybunda Tenor Schlingrose The Queen Elizabeth Rose 1954 Florybunda Tradescanth 1993 English Rose Trumpeter 1980 Florybunda floribunda Virgo 1947 Hybrid Tea Rose Winchester Cathedral 1988 English Rose Source: Federal leadership Gardens 2012 Historic Gardens of Austria, Vienna, Volume 3 , Eva Berger, Bohlau Verlag, 2004 (Library Vienna) Index Volksgartenstraße www.viennatouristguide.at/Altstadt/Volksgarten/volksgarte….

Die Rosen im Volksgarten Planen Rosarium Geschichte – Klassifikation Floribunda – neue Farbpalette – Casting Baumrosen – Neuanpflanzungen – Schädlinge – Winterpflege Rambling Roses – düngen, enden Strauchrosen – Rose Renner – Patenschaft – Sortenname Die Geschichte der Rosen im Volksgarten Der Volksgarten, der sich zwischen der Hofburg und der ...

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Herbstsonnenaufgang In YosemiteI have been wanting to make a trip up to Yosemite during Autumn ever since purchasing "The Four Seasons Of Yosemite" by Mark Boster a couple of years ago. I had also just recently seen a photo by Michael Frye showing the sun coming up much further to the South of Half Dome giving some wonderful side light to the trees along the Merced River and I knew that there would only be a few weeks out of the year when you could photograph the light hitting the changing leaves from that angle. As Veterans Day fell on a Monday this year, it opened up just enough of my Fall schedule to allow me to make a quick overnight trip up to the park. I set off at 6 AM last Saturday and arrived in the park just after noon.The most amazing thing about this trip was….it was like visiting the park again for the very first time. The light and shadows were completely different than my last visit in June. In June, huge expanses of the park are completely lit by the sun for the entire day, but in November, the jagged peaks of the Cathedral Rocks and Sentinel Rock move continuously across the valley floor. In the Eastern part of the valley, only a small section will light up in the morning and then the sun is gone for the rest of the day. And the water levels were radically different. Yosemite Falls and stopped flowing completely and Bridal Veil was down to a thin wisp. The upside to this was that the river was almost impossibly still in several locations, creating an incredible mirror to the changing leaves of the Cottonwoods and Oaks along its banks.After a quick hour or so of shooting in the valley, I drove up to the trailhead for Sentinel Dome as Glacier Point road was still open. I had never been up to the top of the Dome before and was completely blown away by the 360 degree panoramic view of the park and surrounding peaks.After spending the night with some friends in Mariposa, I woke up at 4:30 AM and drove up to Glacier Point for the Sunrise. Again, I was amazed at the extreme change of angle of the sunrise. In June, the sun comes up almost directly behind Half Dome, but in November, the sunrise was FAR to the right, lighting Half Dome from behind. After shooting for an hour or so, I ran back to the car and drove back down the the valley floor. I was positive that I had waited too long to get my sunrise reflection shot of Half Dome, but as I parked by Yosemite Village and ran through the trees, it looked like I had shown up just in time. The trees along the Merced in that corner of Yosemite had just hit peak and the sun was still low enough to grab a bit of a starburst behind the larger firs and pines on the opposite bank.Although my time in the park was brief, I shot almost non stop while I was there as there was still plenty of color up and down the Merced River. I came back with over 2000 images and I’ll try to upload as many as I can over the next few weeks.If you had asked me three years ago if I wanted to shoot Yosemite during Autumn, I would have passed. Brown weeds, low water levels, no waterfalls…why make the trip? After shooting up there this weekend, I could not have been more mistaken. Between the changing leaves, pristine reflections, and completely different light and shadows to work with, I would highly recommend making a trip up there between September and November to ANYONE who is a fan of Yosemite National Park.NB: When I arrived at the location in the above shot, I was literally the only one shooting for a full 30 minutes. If not for Michael Frye’s book , The Photographer’s Guide To Yosemite I wouldn’t have known about this location at all. This was not taken from Sentinel Bridge, but from just off the overflow parking area of Yosemite Village. If you are trying to find this spot, park as far East as you can in the lot, walk through the trees, and you’re there.William McIntosh Photography | 500px | Twitter

Ich wollte im Herbst einen Ausflug nach Yosemite machen, seit ich vor ein paar Jahren „The Four Seasons Of Yosemite“ von Mark Boster gekauft habe. Ich hatte auch erst kürzlich ein Foto von Michael Frye gesehen, auf dem die Sonne viel weiter südlich des Half Dome aufgeht und die Bäume ...

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Wien, 1. Bezirk, Volksgarten, König Laurins Rosengarten – 1000 RosenThe roses in the People’s Garden Plan Rosarium History – Classification Floribunda – new color range – Casting Tree roses – new plantings – Pests – Winter Care Rambling Roses – fertilizing, finishes Shrub Roses – Rose Renner – Sponsorship – variety name The history of roses in the People’s Garden The People’s Garden, located between the Imperial Palace and the ring road is famous for its beautiful roses: 1000 standard roses 4000 Floribunda, 300 rambling roses, (Also called Rose Park) 200 shrub roses. Noteworthy is the diversity: there are about 400 varieties, including very old plants: 1859 – Rubens 1913 – Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1919 – Jean C.N. Forestier The above amounts are from the Federal Gardens. My own count has brought other results: 730 tree roses 2300 Floribunda 132 rambling roses 100 shrub roses That’s about 3300 roses in total. Approx. 270 species I was able to verify. Approx. 50 rose bushes were not labeled. Some varieties come very often, others only once or twice. Molineux 1994 Rubens 1859 Medialis 1993 Swan lake 1968 Once flourished here Lilac and Rhododendron bushes 1823 People’s Garden was opened with the Temple of Theseus. Then made ​​multiple extensions. The part of today’s "Rosarium" along the Ring Road was built in 1862. (Picture fence 1874) What is so obvious to today’s Vienna, was not always so: most of the beds in the People’s Garden originally were planted with lilac and rhododendron. Only after the second World War II it was converted to the present generous rose jewelry. Since then grow along the ring side creepers, high stem and floribunda roses. On the side of Heroes Square, with the outputs, shrub roses were placed, among which there are also some wild roses. 1889 emerged the Grillparzer Monument. (All the pictures you can see by clicking the link at the end of the side!) Rhododendrons, output Sisi Avenue, 1930 Classifications of roses (Wild roses have 7 sheets – prize roses 5 sheets) English Rose Florybunda Hybrid Tea Rose Rambling Rose At the Roses in the People´s Garden are hanging labels (if they do not fall victim to vandals or for souvenirs) with the year indication of breeding, the name of breeding and botanical description: Hybrid Tea Rose (TB): 1 master, 1 flower; Florybunda (Flb): 1 strain, many flowers; English Rose (Engl): mixture of old and modern varieties Tb and Flb. Called Schlingrose, also climbing rose Florybunda: 1 strain, many flowers (Donauprinzessin) Shrub Roses – Floribunda – Tree roses – Climbing Roses Even as a child, we hear the tale of Sleeping Beauty, but roses have no thorns, but spines. Thorns are fused directly to the root and can not be easily removed as spines (upper wooden containers called). All roses belong to the bush family (in contrast to perennials that "disappear" in the winter). Nevertheless, there is the term Shrub Rose: It’s a chronological classification of roses that were on the market before 1867. They are very often planted as a soloist in a garden, which them has brought the name "Rose Park". Hybrid Tea Rose: 1 master, 1 flower (rose Gaujard ) Other classifications are: (High) standard roses: roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain strain level. With that, the rose gardener sets the height of the crown. Floribunda roses : the compact and low bushy roses are ideal for group planting on beds Crambling roses: They have neither roots nor can they stick up squirm. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent into each other English Rose: mixture of old varieties, hybrid tea and Florybunda (Tradescanth) 4000 Floribunda Floribunda roses are hardy, grow compact, knee-high and bushy, are durable and sturdy There are few smelling varieties Polyantha classification: a tribe, many small flowers; Florybunda: a tribe, many big blossoms New concept of color: from red to light yellow The thousands Floribunda opposite of Grillparzer Monument shimmer (still) in many colors. From historical records, however, is indicated that there was originally a different color scheme for the Floribunda than today: At the entrance of the Burgtheater side the roses were dark and were up to Grillparzer monument ever brighter – there they were then already white. This color range they want again, somewhat modified, resume with new plantings: No white roses in front of the monument, but bright yellow, so that Grillparzer monument can better stand out. It has already begun, there was heavy frost damage during the winter 2011/12. Colorful roses 2011: white and pink roses 2012: after winter damage new plantings in shades of yellow . Because the domestic rose production is not large enough, the new, yellow roses were ordered in Germany (Castor). Goldelse, candlelight, Hanseatic city of Rostock. Watering Waterinr of the Floribunda in the morning at 11 clock What roses do not like at all, and what attracts pests really magically, the foliage is wet. Therefore, the Floribunda roses are in the People’s Garde poured in the morning at 11 clock, so that the leaves can dry thoroughly. Ground sprinklers pouring only the root crown, can not be used because the associated hoses should be buried in the earth, and that in turn collide with the Erdanhäufung (amassing of earth) that is made for winter protection. Choosing the right time to do it, it requires a lot of sense. Is it too early, so still too warm, the bed roses begin to drive again, but this young shoots freeze later, inevitably, because they are too thin. 1000 Tree roses Most standard roses are found in the rose garden. During the renovation of the Temple of Theseus the asphalt was renewed in 2011, which was partially only a few centimeters thick, and so was the danger that trucks with heavy transports break into. Due to this construction site the entire flower bed in front had to be replaced. Now the high-stem Rose Maria Theresia is a nice contrast to the white temple, at her feet sits the self-cleaning floribunda aspirin. Self-cleaning means that withered flowers fall off and rarely maintenance care is needed. Pink ‚Maria Theresa‘ and white ‚aspirin‘ before the temple of Theseus Standard tree rose Maria Theresa Floribunda aspirin The concept of the (high) standard roses refers to a special type of rose decoration. Suitable varieties of roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain height of the trunk. With that the rose gardener sets the height of the crown fixed (60 cm, 90 cm, 140 cm) Plantings – Pests – Winter Care Normally about 50 roses in the People’s Garden annually have to be replaced because of winter damages and senility. Till a high standard rose goes on sale, it is at least 4 years old. With replantings the soil to 50 cm depth is completely replaced (2/3 basic soil, 1/3 compost and some peat ). Roses have enemies, such as aphids. Against them the Pirimor is used, against the Buchsbaumzünsler (Box Tree Moth, Cydalima perspectalis) Calypso (yet – a resistance is expected). In popular garden roses are sprayed with poison, not only when needed, but also as a precaution, since mildew and fire rose (both are types of fungi) also overwinter. Therefore it is also removed as far as possible with the standard roses before packing in winter the foliage. Pest Control with Poison The "Winter Package " first is made with paper bags, jute bags, then it will be pulled (eg cocoa or coffee sacks – the commercially available yard goods has not proven). They are stored in the vault of the gardener deposit in the Burggarten (below the Palm House). There namely also run the heating pipes. Put above them, the bags after the winter can be properly dried. Are during the winter the mice nesting into the packaged roses, has this consequences for the crows want to approach the small rodents and are getting the packaging tatty. It alreay has happened that 500 standard roses had to be re-wrapped. "Winter Package" with paper and jute bags 300 ambling roses The Schlingrosen (Climbing Roses) sit "as a framing" behind the standard roses. Schlingrose pearl from the Vienna Woods Schlingrose Danube Schlingrose tenor Although climbing roses are the fastest growing roses, they get along with very little garden space. They have no rootlets as the evergreen ivy, nor can they wind up like a honeysuckle. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent mesh. Climbing roses can reach stature heights of 2 to 3 meters. 4 x/year fertilizing 4 times a year, the soil is fertilized. From August, but no more, because everything then still new drives would freeze to death in winter. Well-rotted horse manure as fertilizer was used (straw mixed with horse manure, 4 years old). It smelled terrible, but only for 2 days. Since the City of Vienna may only invest more plant compost heap (the EU Directive prohibits animal compost heap on public property), this type of fertilization is no longer possible to the chagrin of gardeners, and roses. In the people garden in addition is foliar fertilizer used (it is sprayed directly on the leaves and absorbed about this from the plant). Finishes in the Augarten Old rose varieties are no longer commercially available. Maybe because they are more sensitive, vulnerable. Thus, the bud of Dr. F. Debat already not open anymore, if it has rained twice.Roses need to be replaced in the People’s Garden, this is sometimes done through an exchange with the Augarten Palace or the nursery, where the finishes are made. Previously there were roses in Hirschstetten and the Danube Park, but the City of Vienna has abandoned its local rose population (not to say destroyed), no exchange with these institutions is possible anymore. Was formerly in breeding the trend to large flowers, one tends to smell roses again today. Most varieties show their resplendent, lush flowers only once, early in the rose-year, but modern varieties are more often blooming. 200 shrub roses Some shrub roses bloom in the rose garden next to the Grillparzer Monument Most of the shrub or park roses can be found along the fence to Heroes‘ Square. These types are so old, and there are now so many variations that even a species of rose connoisseurs assignment is no longer possible in many cases. The showy, white, instensiv fragrant wild rose with its large umbels near des Triton Fountain is called Snow White. Shrub roses are actually "Old Garden Roses" or "old roses", what a time classification of roses is that were on the market before 1867. Shrub roses are also called park roses because they are often planted as a soloist in a park/garden. They grow shrubby, reaching heights up to 2 meters and usually bloom only 1 x per year. The Renner- Rose The most famous bush rose sits at the exit to Ballhausplatz before the presidential office. It is named after the former Austrian President Dr. Karl Renner When you enter, coming from the Ballhausplatz, the Viennese folk garden of particular note is a large rose bush, which is in full bloom in June. Before that, there is a panel that indicates that the rose is named after Karl Renner, founder of the First and Second Republic. The history of the rose is a bit of an adventure. President Dr. Karl Renner was born on 14 in December 1870 in the Czech village of Untertannowitz as the last of 18 children of a poor family. Renner output rose at Ballhausplatz He grew up there in a small house, in the garden, a rose bush was planted. In summer 1999, the then Director of the Austrian Federal Gardens, Peter Fischer Colbrie was noted that Karl Renner’s birthplace in Untertannowitz – Dolni Dunajovice today – and probably would be demolished and the old rosebush as well fall victim to the demolition. High haste was needed, as has already been started with the removal of the house. Misleading inscription " reconstruction"? The Federal Gardens director immediately went to a Rose Experts on the way to Dolni Dunajovice and discovered "as only bright spot in this dismal property the at the back entrance of the house situated, large and healthy, then already more than 80 year old rose bush". After consultation with the local authorities Peter Fischer Colbrie received approval, to let the magnificent rose bush dig-out and transport to Vienna. Renner Rose is almost 100 years old A place had been found in the Viennese People´s Garden, diagonal vis-à-vis the office where the president Renner one resided. On the same day, the 17th August 1999 the rosebush was there planted and in the following spring it sprouted already with flowers. In June 2000, by the then Minister of Agriculture Molterer and by the then Mayor Zilk was a plaque unveiled that describes the origin of the rose in a few words. Meanwhile, the "Renner-Rose" is far more than a hundred years old and is enjoying good health. Memorial Dr. Karl Renner : The Registrar in the bird cage Georg Markus , Courier , 2012 Sponsorships For around 300 euros, it is possible to assume a Rose sponsorship for 5 years. A tree-sponsorship costs 300 euros for 1 year. Currently, there are about 60 plates. Behind this beautiful and tragic memories. If you are interested in sponsoring people garden, please contact: Master gardener Michaela Rathbauer, Castle Garden, People’s Garden M: 0664/819 83 27 [email protected] Varieties Abraham Darby 1985 English Rose Alec ’s Red 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Anni Däneke 1974 Hybrid Tea Rose aspirin Florybunda floribunda Bella Rosa 1982 Florybunda floribunda Candlelight Dagmar Kreizer Danube 1913 Schlingrose Donauprinzessin Doris Thystermann 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Dr. Waldheim 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Duftwolke 1963 Eiffel Tower 1963 English Garden Hybrid Tea Rose Gloria Dei 1945 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldelse gold crown 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldstar 1966 deglutition Greeting to Heidelberg 1959 Schlingrose Hanseatic City of Rostock Harlequin 1985 Schlingrose Jean C.N. Forestier 1919 Hybrid Tea Rose John F. Kennedy 1965 Hybrid Tea Rose Landora 1970 Las Vegas 1956 Hybrid Tea Rose Mainzer Fastnacht 1964 Hybrid Tea Rose Maria Theresa medial Moulineux 1994 English Rose national pride 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Nicole 1985 Florybunda Olympia 84 1984 Hybrid Tea Rose Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1913 Schlingrose Piccadilly 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Rio Grande 1973 Hybrid Tea Rose Rose Gaujard 1957 Hybrid Tea Rose Rubens 1859 English Rose Rumba snowflake 1991 Florybunda snow white shrub Rose Swan 1968 Schlingrose Sharifa Asma 1989 English Rose city ​​of Vienna 1963 Florybunda Tenor Schlingrose The Queen Elizabeth Rose 1954 Florybunda Tradescanth 1993 English Rose Trumpeter 1980 Florybunda floribunda Virgo 1947 Hybrid Tea Rose Winchester Cathedral 1988 English Rose Source: Federal leadership Gardens 2012 Historic Gardens of Austria, Vienna, Volume 3 , Eva Berger, Bohlau Verlag, 2004 (Library Vienna) Index Volksgartenstraße www.viennatouristguide.at/Altstadt/Volksgarten/volksgarte…

Die Rosen im Volksgarten Planen Rosarium Geschichte – Klassifikation Floribunda – neue Farbpalette – Casting Baumrosen – Neuanpflanzungen – Schädlinge – Winterpflege Rambling Roses – düngen, enden Strauchrosen – Rose Renner – Patenschaft – Sortenname Die Geschichte der Rosen im Volksgarten Der Volksgarten, der sich zwischen der Hofburg und der ...

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Wien, 1. Bezirk, Volksgarten im FrühlingThe roses in the People’s Garden Plan Rosarium History – Classification Floribunda – new color range – Casting Tree roses – new plantings – Pests – Winter Care Rambling Roses – fertilizing, finishes Shrub Roses – Rose Renner – Sponsorship – variety name The history of roses in the People’s Garden The People’s Garden, located between the Imperial Palace and the ring road is famous for its beautiful roses: 1000 standard roses 4000 Floribunda, 300 rambling roses, (Also called Rose Park) 200 shrub roses. Noteworthy is the diversity: there are about 400 varieties, including very old plants: 1859 – Rubens 1913 – Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1919 – Jean C.N. Forestier The above amounts are from the Federal Gardens. My own count has brought other results: 730 tree roses 2300 Floribunda 132 rambling roses 100 shrub roses That’s about 3300 roses in total. Approx. 270 species I was able to verify. Approx. 50 rose bushes were not labeled. Some varieties come very often, others only once or twice. Molineux 1994 Rubens 1859 Medialis 1993 Swan lake 1968 Once flourished here Lilac and Rhododendron bushes 1823 People’s Garden was opened with the Temple of Theseus. Then made ​​multiple extensions. The part of today’s "Rosarium" along the Ring Road was built in 1862. (Picture fence 1874) What is so obvious to today’s Vienna, was not always so: most of the beds in the People’s Garden originally were planted with lilac and rhododendron. Only after the second World War II it was converted to the present generous rose jewelry. Since then grow along the ring side creepers, high stem and floribunda roses. On the side of Heroes Square, with the outputs, shrub roses were placed, among which there are also some wild roses. 1889 emerged the Grillparzer Monument. (All the pictures you can see by clicking the link at the end of the side!) Rhododendrons, output Sisi Avenue, 1930 Classifications of roses (Wild roses have 7 sheets – prize roses 5 sheets) English Rose Florybunda Hybrid Tea Rose Rambling Rose At the Roses in the People´s Garden are hanging labels (if they do not fall victim to vandals or for souvenirs) with the year indication of breeding, the name of breeding and botanical description: Hybrid Tea Rose (TB): 1 master, 1 flower; Florybunda (Flb): 1 strain, many flowers; English Rose (Engl): mixture of old and modern varieties Tb and Flb. Called Schlingrose, also climbing rose Florybunda: 1 strain, many flowers (Donauprinzessin) Shrub Roses – Floribunda – Tree roses – Climbing Roses Even as a child, we hear the tale of Sleeping Beauty, but roses have no thorns, but spines. Thorns are fused directly to the root and can not be easily removed as spines (upper wooden containers called). All roses belong to the bush family (in contrast to perennials that "disappear" in the winter). Nevertheless, there is the term Shrub Rose: It’s a chronological classification of roses that were on the market before 1867. They are very often planted as a soloist in a garden, which them has brought the name "Rose Park". Hybrid Tea Rose: 1 master, 1 flower (rose Gaujard ) Other classifications are: (High) standard roses: roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain strain level. With that, the rose gardener sets the height of the crown. Floribunda roses : the compact and low bushy roses are ideal for group planting on beds Crambling roses: They have neither roots nor can they stick up squirm. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent into each other English Rose: mixture of old varieties, hybrid tea and Florybunda (Tradescanth) 4000 Floribunda Floribunda roses are hardy, grow compact, knee-high and bushy, are durable and sturdy There are few smelling varieties Polyantha classification: a tribe, many small flowers; Florybunda: a tribe, many big blossoms New concept of color: from red to light yellow The thousands Floribunda opposite of Grillparzer Monument shimmer (still) in many colors. From historical records, however, is indicated that there was originally a different color scheme for the Floribunda than today: At the entrance of the Burgtheater side the roses were dark and were up to Grillparzer monument ever brighter – there they were then already white. This color range they want again, somewhat modified, resume with new plantings: No white roses in front of the monument, but bright yellow, so that Grillparzer monument can better stand out. It has already begun, there was heavy frost damage during the winter 2011/12. Colorful roses 2011: white and pink roses 2012: after winter damage new plantings in shades of yellow . Because the domestic rose production is not large enough, the new, yellow roses were ordered in Germany (Castor). Goldelse, candlelight, Hanseatic city of Rostock. Watering Waterinr of the Floribunda in the morning at 11 clock What roses do not like at all, and what attracts pests really magically, the foliage is wet. Therefore, the Floribunda roses are in the People’s Garde poured in the morning at 11 clock, so that the leaves can dry thoroughly. Ground sprinklers pouring only the root crown, can not be used because the associated hoses should be buried in the earth, and that in turn collide with the Erdanhäufung (amassing of earth) that is made for winter protection. Choosing the right time to do it, it requires a lot of sense. Is it too early, so still too warm, the bed roses begin to drive again, but this young shoots freeze later, inevitably, because they are too thin. 1000 Tree roses Most standard roses are found in the rose garden. During the renovation of the Temple of Theseus the asphalt was renewed in 2011, which was partially only a few centimeters thick, and so was the danger that trucks with heavy transports break into. Due to this construction site the entire flower bed in front had to be replaced. Now the high-stem Rose Maria Theresia is a nice contrast to the white temple, at her feet sits the self-cleaning floribunda aspirin. Self-cleaning means that withered flowers fall off and rarely maintenance care is needed. Pink ‚Maria Theresa‘ and white ‚aspirin‘ before the temple of Theseus Standard tree rose Maria Theresa Floribunda aspirin The concept of the (high) standard roses refers to a special type of rose decoration. Suitable varieties of roses are not grafted near the ground, but at a certain height of the trunk. With that the rose gardener sets the height of the crown fixed (60 cm, 90 cm, 140 cm) Plantings – Pests – Winter Care Normally about 50 roses in the People’s Garden annually have to be replaced because of winter damages and senility. Till a high standard rose goes on sale, it is at least 4 years old. With replantings the soil to 50 cm depth is completely replaced (2/3 basic soil, 1/3 compost and some peat ). Roses have enemies, such as aphids. Against them the Pirimor is used, against the Buchsbaumzünsler (Box Tree Moth, Cydalima perspectalis) Calypso (yet – a resistance is expected). In popular garden roses are sprayed with poison, not only when needed, but also as a precaution, since mildew and fire rose (both are types of fungi) also overwinter. Therefore it is also removed as far as possible with the standard roses before packing in winter the foliage. Pest Control with Poison The "Winter Package " first is made with paper bags, jute bags, then it will be pulled (eg cocoa or coffee sacks – the commercially available yard goods has not proven). They are stored in the vault of the gardener deposit in the Burggarten (below the Palm House). There namely also run the heating pipes. Put above them, the bags after the winter can be properly dried. Are during the winter the mice nesting into the packaged roses, has this consequences for the crows want to approach the small rodents and are getting the packaging tatty. It alreay has happened that 500 standard roses had to be re-wrapped. "Winter Package" with paper and jute bags 300 ambling roses The Schlingrosen (Climbing Roses) sit "as a framing" behind the standard roses. Schlingrose pearl from the Vienna Woods Schlingrose Danube Schlingrose tenor Although climbing roses are the fastest growing roses, they get along with very little garden space. They have no rootlets as the evergreen ivy, nor can they wind up like a honeysuckle. Their only auxiliary tool are their spines with which they are entangled in their ascent mesh. Climbing roses can reach stature heights of 2 to 3 meters. 4 x/year fertilizing 4 times a year, the soil is fertilized. From August, but no more, because everything then still new drives would freeze to death in winter. Well-rotted horse manure as fertilizer was used (straw mixed with horse manure, 4 years old). It smelled terrible, but only for 2 days. Since the City of Vienna may only invest more plant compost heap (the EU Directive prohibits animal compost heap on public property), this type of fertilization is no longer possible to the chagrin of gardeners, and roses. In the people garden in addition is foliar fertilizer used (it is sprayed directly on the leaves and absorbed about this from the plant). Finishes in the Augarten Old rose varieties are no longer commercially available. Maybe because they are more sensitive, vulnerable. Thus, the bud of Dr. F. Debat already not open anymore, if it has rained twice.Roses need to be replaced in the People’s Garden, this is sometimes done through an exchange with the Augarten Palace or the nursery, where the finishes are made. Previously there were roses in Hirschstetten and the Danube Park, but the City of Vienna has abandoned its local rose population (not to say destroyed), no exchange with these institutions is possible anymore. Was formerly in breeding the trend to large flowers, one tends to smell roses again today. Most varieties show their resplendent, lush flowers only once, early in the rose-year, but modern varieties are more often blooming. 200 shrub roses Some shrub roses bloom in the rose garden next to the Grillparzer Monument Most of the shrub or park roses can be found along the fence to Heroes‘ Square. These types are so old, and there are now so many variations that even a species of rose connoisseurs assignment is no longer possible in many cases. The showy, white, instensiv fragrant wild rose with its large umbels near des Triton Fountain is called Snow White. Shrub roses are actually "Old Garden Roses" or "old roses", what a time classification of roses is that were on the market before 1867. Shrub roses are also called park roses because they are often planted as a soloist in a park/garden. They grow shrubby, reaching heights up to 2 meters and usually bloom only 1 x per year. The Renner- Rose The most famous bush rose sits at the exit to Ballhausplatz before the presidential office. It is named after the former Austrian President Dr. Karl Renner When you enter, coming from the Ballhausplatz, the Viennese folk garden of particular note is a large rose bush, which is in full bloom in June. Before that, there is a panel that indicates that the rose is named after Karl Renner, founder of the First and Second Republic. The history of the rose is a bit of an adventure. President Dr. Karl Renner was born on 14 in December 1870 in the Czech village of Untertannowitz as the last of 18 children of a poor family. Renner output rose at Ballhausplatz He grew up there in a small house, in the garden, a rose bush was planted. In summer 1999, the then Director of the Austrian Federal Gardens, Peter Fischer Colbrie was noted that Karl Renner’s birthplace in Untertannowitz – Dolni Dunajovice today – and probably would be demolished and the old rosebush as well fall victim to the demolition. High haste was needed, as has already been started with the removal of the house. Misleading inscription " reconstruction"? The Federal Gardens director immediately went to a Rose Experts on the way to Dolni Dunajovice and discovered "as only bright spot in this dismal property the at the back entrance of the house situated, large and healthy, then already more than 80 year old rose bush". After consultation with the local authorities Peter Fischer Colbrie received approval, to let the magnificent rose bush dig-out and transport to Vienna. Renner Rose is almost 100 years old A place had been found in the Viennese People´s Garden, diagonal vis-à-vis the office where the president Renner one resided. On the same day, the 17th August 1999 the rosebush was there planted and in the following spring it sprouted already with flowers. In June 2000, by the then Minister of Agriculture Molterer and by the then Mayor Zilk was a plaque unveiled that describes the origin of the rose in a few words. Meanwhile, the "Renner-Rose" is far more than a hundred years old and is enjoying good health. Memorial Dr. Karl Renner : The Registrar in the bird cage Georg Markus , Courier , 2012 Sponsorships For around 300 euros, it is possible to assume a Rose sponsorship for 5 years. A tree-sponsorship costs 300 euros for 1 year. Currently, there are about 60 plates. Behind this beautiful and tragic memories. If you are interested in sponsoring people garden, please contact: Master gardener Michaela Rathbauer, Castle Garden, People’s Garden M: 0664/819 83 27 [email protected] Varieties Abraham Darby 1985 English Rose Alec ’s Red 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Anni Däneke 1974 Hybrid Tea Rose aspirin Florybunda floribunda Bella Rosa 1982 Florybunda floribunda Candlelight Dagmar Kreizer Danube 1913 Schlingrose Donauprinzessin Doris Thystermann 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Dr. Waldheim 1975 Hybrid Tea Rose Duftwolke 1963 Eiffel Tower 1963 English Garden Hybrid Tea Rose Gloria Dei 1945 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldelse gold crown 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Goldstar 1966 deglutition Greeting to Heidelberg 1959 Schlingrose Hanseatic City of Rostock Harlequin 1985 Schlingrose Jean C.N. Forestier 1919 Hybrid Tea Rose John F. Kennedy 1965 Hybrid Tea Rose Landora 1970 Las Vegas 1956 Hybrid Tea Rose Mainzer Fastnacht 1964 Hybrid Tea Rose Maria Theresa medial Moulineux 1994 English Rose national pride 1970 Hybrid Tea Rose Nicole 1985 Florybunda Olympia 84 1984 Hybrid Tea Rose Pearl of the Vienna Woods 1913 Schlingrose Piccadilly 1960 Hybrid Tea Rose Rio Grande 1973 Hybrid Tea Rose Rose Gaujard 1957 Hybrid Tea Rose Rubens 1859 English Rose Rumba snowflake 1991 Florybunda snow white shrub Rose Swan 1968 Schlingrose Sharifa Asma 1989 English Rose city ​​of Vienna 1963 Florybunda Tenor Schlingrose The Queen Elizabeth Rose 1954 Florybunda Tradescanth 1993 English Rose Trumpeter 1980 Florybunda floribunda Virgo 1947 Hybrid Tea Rose Winchester Cathedral 1988 English Rose Source: Federal leadership Gardens 2012 Historic Gardens of Austria, Vienna, Volume 3 , Eva Berger, Bohlau Verlag, 2004 (Library Vienna) Index Volksgartenstraße www.viennatouristguide.at/Altstadt/Volksgarten/volksgarte…

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