|Trade name:||Segovia Castle|
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:||2009-09-03|
|Date rights surrendered:||2011-08-09|
Variety used for comparison: 'Pouldron' (Countess Celeste)
Summary: 'Poulcas024' has an intermediate growth habit while it is semi-upright in 'Pouldron'. The flower of 'Poulcas024' has a smaller diameter with a greater petal density than in 'Pouldron'. 'Poulcas024' has an obcordate petal shape while it is obovate in 'Pouldron'. The flower petal margin of 'Poulcas024' has weaker reflexing than 'Pouldron'. 'Poulcas024' has a narrower flower petal than 'Pouldron'.
PLANT: rosa hybrid, floribunda shrub type, intermediate growth habit
YOUNG SHOOT ANTHOCYANIN: medium to strong intensity
PRICKLES/THORNS: greenish, medium number on the stem
LEAF: medium green on upper side, absent to very weak glossiness on upper side, anthocyanin colouration present, very weak to weak undulation of margin
TERMINAL LEAFLET: ovate shape, rounded base, acute apex
FLOWERING SHOOT: few to medium number of flowering laterals, few flowers per lateral
FLOWER BUD: broad ovate shape in longitudinal section
SEPAL: absent to very weak extensions
FLOWER: double type, dense petal density, round when viewed from above, flat on upper part when viewed from the side, flattened convex on lower part when viewed from the side, pink American Rose Society colour group, weak fragrance
PETAL: obcordate shape, one colour, red (RHS 49A-B) on inner side, red (RHS 49A-B) on outer side, very weak reflexing of margin, weak undulation of margin
BASAL PETAL SPOT: small, greenish to light yellow on inner side
OUTER STAMEN: medium yellow filament
Origin & Breeding History: 'Poulcas024' originated from the controlled crossing in 1995 of an unnamed female parent with the male parent, 'Poulcs007' in Fredensborg, Denmark. One seedling resulting from this cross was selected in the spring of 1996 based on compact uniform growth when propagated on own root, flower colour, flower longevity, suitability for container culture and resistance to diseases.
Tests & Trials: Field trials were conducted during the summer of 2008 in St. Thomas, Ontario. There were 8 plants of each variety planted in May 2007 in rows with plants spaced 2 feet apart and rows spaced 3 feet apart. All colour measurements were made using the Royal Horticultural Society Colour Chart 2001.
Comparison tables for 'Poulcas024' with reference variety 'Pouldron'
Flower diameter (cm)
Petal width (cm)
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Rose: 'Poulcas024' (left) with reference variety 'Pouldron' (right)
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