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Climbing park rose of Cordes Jasmina (Jasmine): description, photo in the garden

Rose Jasmine is a richly flowering crop with a pleasant rich aroma. But these are far from all the advantages of this species. Popularity with gardeners around the world is due to its high frost resistance and unpretentious care. The climbing rose of Cordesa Jasmine is ideal for vertical landscaping, which allows you to create decorative columns, flower arches and decorate building facades. In order for the shrub to please with numerous fragrant flowers annually, it is necessary to create favorable conditions for it.

Rose Jasmine - re-flowering cultivar

Breeding history

The park rose Jasmine was bred in one of the oldest nurseries in Europe - W. Kordes Sohne ". The company was founded by former sailor Wilhelm Cordes in 1887, when he started growing roses and then selling them. Over time, the idea arose of breeding our own varieties.

Rose Cordesa Jasmine was bred in 2005 in Germany. This hybrid variety was obtained by crossing a seedling with a Centenaire de Lourdes scrub. This species is one of the representatives of a whole group of garden roses under the general name Kordesii. He, like other varieties from this series, has passed rigorous tests and confirmed its characteristics, for which he was awarded the ADR mark. It means that the rose is distinguished by its high decorative qualities, lush flowering and high resistance to adverse conditions.

Description of climbing rose Jasmine and characteristics

Rose Jasmine is a perennial, well-branched, spreading shrub. Its height reaches from 1.5 to 3.0 m, depending on the region of cultivation. The diameter of an adult plant is 1.0-1.2 m.

This variety is a climber. This means that the shoots of the Jasmine rose have the ability to climb to a certain height, but at the same time remain tough and not very flexible. In view of this, the shrub easily withstands the load during the flowering period.

Young branches are bright green with a reddish tint on the sunny side. But as they grow older, the bark noticeably dims and acquires a brownish tint. On the shoots there are frequent spines of medium size, in the form of a slightly curved hook. The branches of the Jasmine rose are strongly leafy. Plates of standard shape. They have a deep green color with a shiny surface, which is a confirmation of increased resistance to fungal diseases.

Important! Jasmine rose seedling grows to the size of an adult bush in the second year after planting.

This crop variety has 2 flowering waves per season. For the first time, the Jasmine rose forms numerous buds at the end of May. Initially, the flowers have a rich lavender-pink hue, but when fully opened, the outer petals become lighter and only in the center a bright color remains. The first flowering of the Jasmine rose is profuse and lasts up to 1.5 months, depending on weather conditions.

The buds are formed at the tops of the shoots and are collected in inflorescences of 8-14 pieces in one. For the second time this season, the Jasmine rose blooms closer to autumn, namely at the end of August. But there are much fewer flowers already during this period. The buds are formed only on young shoots of the current year. But this does not reduce the decorativeness of the variety, since individual flower brushes in combination with glossy dark green foliage look very impressive. Again, this period lasts about 2-3 weeks. The flowers of the Jasmine rose are terry, consisting of 50-60 petals, cup-shaped. As they bloom, they flatten, and the center with stamens is exposed.

Important! Rose Jasmine belongs to the category of "old varieties", as its flowers outwardly resemble the English species, which are especially popular.

The flowers of the Jasmine rose are quite large, their diameter reaches 6-8 cm

This variety has a rich, pleasant aroma that combines notes of lime, apple, vanilla and honey. For this rose Jasmine was awarded a prize in 2007 in the Knight competition (France). Her scent of flowers intensifies at noon and in the evening.

Frost resistance of Jasmina climbing large-flowered rose

This crop variety shows resistance to low temperatures. He is not afraid of frosts down to -23 degrees. But since the shrub blooms on last year's shoots and this year, it is necessary to cover the bushes for the winter so that they do not freeze over.

The root system of the Jasmine rose is predominantly located in the upper layers of the soil and extends from the neck almost horizontally. So that it does not suffer in the cold, snowless winter, it is also recommended to cover the soil at the base of the rose with mulch.

Advantages and disadvantages of the variety

Park rose Jasmina (Jasmina) has a number of advantages that make it stand out from others. But, this variety also has disadvantages that must be taken into account. To get a complete picture, you need to study all the features.

During the hot season, the flowers of the Jasmine rose quickly bloom and crumble

Main advantages:

  • abundant, long flowering;
  • tall, spreading bushes;
  • pleasant rich aroma;
  • unpretentious care;
  • high frost resistance;
  • increased immunity to fungal diseases.


  • in rainy weather, flowers lose their decorative effect;
  • does not tolerate stagnant moisture in the soil;
  • requires sufficient free space.

Reproduction methods

To obtain young seedlings of Jasmine roses, the method of cuttings is used. It allows you to preserve all the varietal characteristics of the mother bush. To do this, after the first flowering, cut the young lignified shoot into pieces with 2-3 internodes. Then completely remove the lower leaves, leaving only the upper ones to preserve sap flow in the tissues.

The lower cut of the cutting should be made at an angle of 45 degrees, and then powdered with any root former, planted in moistened soil. To create favorable conditions, cuttings should be covered with transparent caps.

Important! It is possible to transplant young seedlings of the Jasmine rose only the next year.

Growing and care

This variety shows a high decorative effect when planted in a sunny place and in partial shade. At the same time, it is important that the site is protected from drafts, and the groundwater level is at least 1.0 m. Rose Jasmine prefers fertile soil with a low acidity level. But it is also permissible to plant it in clay and sandy soil, if you first add peat and humus.

Jasmine rose belongs to the category of varieties that do not tolerate prolonged drought. Therefore, in the absence of rain, it must be regularly watered 1-2 times a week with the soil getting wet up to 20 cm. To do this, use settled water with a temperature of + 18- + 20 degrees.

You need to water in the evening so that the rose can restore strength overnight.

The shrub should be fed three times per season. The first time this must be done in the spring during active growing season. To do this, you can use 30 g urea per bucket or chicken droppings in a ratio of 1:15. The second and third time, fertilizing should be carried out during the formation of buds and flowering. During this period, you need to apply 40 g superphosphate and 20 g potassium sulfate per 10 liters of water.

Important! It is impossible to use nitrogen fertilizers from the second half of summer, as they reduce the frost resistance of the rose.

Throughout the season, you need to constantly loosen the soil at the base of the shrub and remove weeds in a timely manner. This will preserve nutrients and improve air access to the roots of the rose. In a period of prolonged drought, in order to prevent excessive evaporation of moisture from the soil, it is necessary to lay pine bark mulch 3 cm thick in the root circle. You can not use fallen leaves and humus, as this can lead to the defeat of the Jasmine rose by fungal diseases.

This variety does not need shaping pruning. Therefore, every spring you only need to remove frozen shoots, as well as broken and damaged ones. In addition, it is necessary to shorten all branches to 5 buds before they have time to bloom.

At the onset of the first autumn frosts, the Jasmine rose should be removed from the support and the shoots should be bent to the ground. After that, it is necessary to add earth at the base of the bush and compact it, and lay a layer of straw on top. At the end, completely cover the rose with agrofibre, secure it so that it does not blow away with the wind.

Important! The shelter must be removed in the spring before the onset of stable heat, so that the shoots do not come out.

Pests and diseases

Rose Jasmine, like all park species, has a high natural immunity. But if the growing conditions do not match, its resistance decreases.

Possible difficulties:

  1. Aphid. This small pest feeds on the sap of the leaves and shoots of the rose, which significantly weakens the bush. It is not difficult to find aphids, as they form numerous colonies that can be seen on the back of the plates and on the apical processes. For destruction, you should use "Confidor Extra".
  2. Black spot. This disease develops during cool rainy weather. Initially, dark spots appear on the leaves, and then they increase in size. As a result, premature leaf fall occurs. For prevention and treatment, Bordeaux mixture should be used.
  3. Powdery mildew. This disease progresses in hot weather with high humidity. It can be identified by the white bloom on the leaves, which later takes on a dirty gray tint. As a result, this leads to wilting of the plates. For treatment it is necessary to use "Speed".

Application in landscape design

This variety is ideal for vertical landscaping. You can use the Jasmine rose in the garden both in single and group compositions, as well as for decorating gazebos, arches and the main entrance to the house. Its beauty can be successfully emphasized by conifers and decorative deciduous shrubs. Also, this rose can be used to create complex multi-level flower beds, placing low-growing crop species in the center, and on the sides. The main thing is to take into account the compatibility of shades.

Rose of the Jasmine variety is also suitable for creating "live" flowering hedges, since in many regions of the country it can be grown without shelter for the winter.

When planted in the shade, the decorativeness of the variety decreases


Rose Jasmine is a spectacular crop variety that, with minimal maintenance, is capable of delighting with its lush flowering annually. At the same time, the shrub can grow in one place for more than a dozen years, while retaining its decorative effect. But when grown in regions with a harsh climate, it is necessary to completely cover the branches of the bush so that they do not freeze out.

Reviews with photos about climbing rose Jasmine

Irina Shchukina, 45 years old, Bryansk

I have been growing Codres Jasmine rose for 10 years. Such a lush flowering, like her, is not given by any variety on my site, and I have more than 20 of them. The height of the bush is about 2 m, for the winter I bend the shoots to the ground and cover them with agrofibre, so if they freeze slightly, it is insignificant. During the flowering period, a pleasant aroma is felt that spreads throughout the area. The variety is undemanding to care and is practically not affected by fungal diseases.

Sergey Smirnov, 52 years old, Kursk

Rose Jasmine is one of my favorites. In the first wave of flowering, it forms so many buds that they completely cover the foliage. This gives the impression of a huge, fragrant bouquet. The shade of her petals changes. Initially, it is bright, but under the sun's rays it fade and becomes tender. The second bloom of the Jasmine rose is not so abundant. It does not require complex care, so even for a novice gardener it will not be difficult to grow it. The main thing is to choose a suitable place and fertilize regularly.

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