- Flower nameRose 'City of York'
- Scientific nameRosa cv. City of York
- Alias薔薇, ツルバラ, バラ, シティー オブ ヨーク, City of York, Direktor Benschop
- Place of originhorticultural variety
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Park, Horticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, September, October, November
What is Rose 'City of York'
Rose 'City of York' (scientific name: Rosa cv. City of York) is a horticultural variety of the small shrub rose in the family, Rosaceae. It is a cold- and disease-resistant climbing rose bred by Mathias Tantau of Germany in 1939 by crossing Professor Gnau with Dorothy Perkins. It is a 4.5 to 6 meter long, one-season bloomer with 7 cm diameter, white, slightly fragrant flowers. It is used for fencing.
Common name: Rose 'City of York', scientific name: Rosa cv. City of York, botanical name: Direktor Benschop, strain: Climbing, height: 4.5-6 m, width: 3 m, breeder: Mathias Tantau (Germany), breeding year: 1919 Breeder: Mathias Tantau (Germany), Year of breeding: 1939, Cross: Professor Gnau x Dorothy Perkins, Flower color: white, Flower diameter: 7 cm (medium), Fragrance: slightly fragrant, Characteristics: hardy, Class: Climbing rose, Form: vine, Flowering season: season, Use: fencing.
Relationship between rose diameter and large, medium and small wheels
Minimum 1 - 3 cm