Poulsen Roser A/S
Mogens N. Olesen, Poulsen Roser A/S, Fredensborg, Denmark
|Agent in Canada:||
Miller Thomson Pouliot LLP
1000 De La Gauchetière Street West, Suite 3700
|Grant of Rights Date:||2007-02-12|
|Date rights surrendered:||2015-02-23|
Variety used for comparison: 'Poulover' (Rosenholm)
Summary: 'Poulyc001' has more long prickles on the stem and fewer petals per flower than 'Poulover'. The flower buds and fully opened flowers of 'Poulyc001' are darker pink than those of 'Poulover'. When viewed from the side, the upper part of the flowers of 'Poulyc001' are flat while those of 'Poulover' are flattened convex.
'Poulyc001' is a climbing/rambling rose variety. The young shoots have weak to moderate, reddish brown to red anthocyanin colouration. The stems have many long prickles which are red yellow and concave in shape. The leaves are medium green and have moderate glossiness on the upper side. There are five to seven leaflets per leaf. The terminal leaflet has a serrated margin and round shaped base. The texture of the terminal leaflet is thin and flexible.
'Poulyc001' has an average number of flowers per flowering shoot. The flower pedicel has an average number of hairs. The flower bud is ovoid in shape when viewed in longitudinal section. The colour of the flower bud (¼ open) is dark pink with whiter tones on both the inner and outer sides. The sepals have weak sepal extensions.
The flower type for 'Poulyc001' is double (20-29 petals per flower). The shape of the fully opened flower when viewed from above is irregularly rounded. When viewed from the side, the upper part is concave to flat and the lower part is concave. The fully opened flower is light blue pink fading to lighter blue pink as it matures. The petals have no petal spots at the base on both the inner and outer sides. The petal margins have weak reflexing and weak to moderate undulation. The filaments of the outer stamens are cream. The style is red and medium in length. The stigma is positioned at the same level as the anthers. The receptacle is small and funnel shaped with no prickles on the outer surface. 'Poulyc001' has a moderate to strong fragrance.
Origin & Breeding History: 'Poulyc001' originated from a cross conducted in the spring of 1991 between an unnamed seedling and variety 'Bonica 82'. The resulting seeds were planted in December of 1991 and germinated during the winter and early spring. The cross and selection took place in the greenhouses of Poulsen Roser A/S located in Fredensborg, Denmark. 'Poulyc001' was selected in the spring of 1992 based on the objective of this hybridization which was to create a new and distinct rose variety for use in the garden. Selection criteria included uniform and abundant flowers appearing on the plant evenly from the lower to upper branches, vigorous but compact and low growth when propagated both as a budded rose and on its own roots, disease resistance and climbing plant growth habit.
Tests & Trials: The test and trial for 'Poulyc001' was conducted during the summer of 2005 at BioFlora Inc. in St. Thomas, Ontario. There were 8 plants per variety. The candidate variety was field planted in July of 2004 and the reference variety was field planted in the May of 2003. The rose plants were spaced 60 cm apart with a 90 cm row spacing. All colour characteristics were determined using the 2001 Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) colour chart and measured characteristics were based on ten measurements.
Comparison tables for 'Poulyc001' with reference variety 'Poulover'
Colour of flower bud (RHS)
|inner side||54B with 155B tones||62D|
|outer side||54B with 155B tones||62A-C|
Overall flower colour (RHS)
|fading to||56B||56D aging to 155A/white|
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