Scientific name - Rosa 'American Pillar'
Description - rambler, 4-6 x 3 m. The simple flowers grouped in bouquets of flowers or solitary, 5-20, 5-6 cm diameter, red-fuchsia, deep red with a white spot in center, yellow anthers are visible . Leaves dark green, shiny, becoming purple before falling. Bloom once a year in June-July.
Growth rate - fast.
Requirements - resistant to frost and tolerates sandy soil without nutrients, and semi-shade.
Management - is clipped fall, all strains that produced flowers in the soil (7-8 cm long).
Propagation - by seedlings.
Natural partners and Garden - Rosa 'Dorothy Perkins'.
Properties and Uses - is perfect for immediate coverage of the walls, grow well near trees, the arcades and perogole.
AJ Macself - The Rose Growers Treasury - Hubbard Press, 2008
Alan Bridgewater, Gill Bridgewater - The pruning Specialist - New Holland Publishers, 2004
Charles Quest-Ritson - Climbing Roses of the World - Timber Press, 2003
Roger Spencer - Flowering Plants Dicotyledons - UN5W Press, 2002
V. Sackville-West - In Your GArden Again - Frances Lincoln, 2006
The combination of roses with other garden plants offers a look spontaneous and full of charm.
Roses combine well with Aster sp., Delphinium, Gypsophila sp., Lavandula sp., Lilium regale, Polyantha sp., Veronica incana.
Caesalpinia gilliesii - a species native to temperate and subtropical regions of South America, grown on every continent as an ornamental species in parks and gardens, may naturalize in areas where the climate is favorable.
Bush deciduu, wood. Iregulata crown, branches couples glabra, 4-5 m high. Leaves alternate, simple, rough, 12 x 2-4 cm long, the upper part at first is tomentoasa then becomes glabra, opaque green, the underside is silver viloasa easy.
Polygala chamaebuxus - perennial, evergreen, subfrutescenta, native to Central, Eastern and South-East, it grows on rocky places in alpine floor.
Lonicera xylosteum - shrub originating from Europe, the Caucasus and Siberia, growing at the edge of deciduous forests, from lowland to 1600 m altitude. They prefer warm places and limestone associated with Cornus sanguinela, Ligustrum vulgare, Prunus padus and Rubus idaeus.