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The Rosal de Patio

Rosa 'Heritage' - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The breeder was registered under the cultivar name of' AUSblush by David Austin in 1984 and was given the trade name 'Heritage' ™. The shrub forms of the cultivar have an arched shape that reaches more than 120 to 130 cm of height with 120 cm of width.

Since the 1970s many of the creators of new modern roses have focused on development of compact roses (typically 1 'to 3' in height and width) that are suitable for small gardens, terraces and containers. These combine characteristics of large miniature roses and small floribundas which results in the classification of "patio roses". Dr. D.G. Hessayon ​​claims that the description "patio roses" comes after 1996.

Some catalogs of roses include ancient polyanthas that have stood the test of time (eg 'Nathalie Nypels', 'Baby Faurax') within of your patio selection. Rose creators, especially Chris Warner in the UK, the Danish creator Rosa Eskelund and the Danish company Poulsen (under the name of Patio climbers) have also created patio climbers, small rampant style plants with flowers from head to toe and which are suitable for confined spaces.


Patio roses are represented by small flower bushes, most of them with remontancia that have a height range from one height from 35 to 60 cm and width equal to: 30-60 cm.

Patio roses are often marketed and sold by the floral industry as indoor plants, but it is important to remember that these plants are descendants mainly from native shrubs native to temperate regions, so most of the yard rose varieties require an annual period of cold dormancy to survive.

These are shrubs remontantes. They produce usually composed bouquets for 3-11 simple to double flowers, which bloom in summer-autumn.