What is Bank's Rose
Bank's Rose, or Mokko bara (scientific name: Rosa banksiae) is a cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Rosaceae native to China. i> rose is the original type. In early summer, pale yellow or white florets bloom. Flowers have single flowering and double flowering. There are no sting in double-bloom, there is a sting in single-blooming. White flowers have fragrances, but there is no fragrance in double flowering. Typical varieties include the following, but a lot of these garden cultivars are on the market.
● Typical varieties
Rosa banksiae var.banksiae (Rosa banksiae var.banksiae) is a cultivar developed in China, almost half of the stamens are converted into flower petals, half-double or double-bloom,
Rosa Banksia rutescens (scientific name: Rosa banksiae f. Lutescens Voss) is a single bloom of yellow mockybara,
Rosa banksiae f. Lutea Rehder refers to this species when it is said to speak of Mokko Bull, which is double-bloom of yellow mockybara.
Rosa Banksia Normaris (Rosa banksiae var. Normalis) is a single bloom of white mockybara,
Rosa banksiae Aiton 'Alba' is double-blossomed white mockybara.
Name: Rosa banksiae, scientific name: Rosa banksiae f. Lutescens Voss, aka: Mokko bara , Bank's Rose, Place of Origin: China, Plant Length: 100 to 700 cm, Leaf stem: no spine, leaf shape: odd feather-like compound leaflet, 3 to 5 leaflets, leaf shape: oblong shape with a blunt tip, serrated: with fine sawtooth, leaf blade: 3 to 4 cm, leaf color: deep green Flower color: yellow · white, inflorescence type: 10 to 15 small floral in scattered inflorescence (flower color): green (leaves), crest form: falling out before flowering and falling out before flowering, flowering period: May Wearing, corolla diameter: 3 cm, Feature: It is a rose 's friend, but without spines, it is strong and easy to grow, Use: Garden arch, fence.