“It's in a class called polyantha, meaning many bloom.”
“A tall closed canopy forest occurs on Gunung Payung and is characterized by Dillenia excelsa, Pentace polyantha and Syzygium sp., with an understory of low palms and herbs.”
“Above the 800-m contour line, Parinari excelsa, Gaertnera paniculata, Garcinia polyantha, and Syzygium staudtii dominate the forests, together with a rich array of epiphytes.”
“A polyantha rose labelled yellow turned out to be deep red.”
“The climbing polyantha roses (hybrids of _Rosa multiflora_ and other species) include the class of "rambler" roses that has now come to be large, including not only the Crimson Rambler, but forms of other colors, single and semi-double, and various climbing habits; a very valuable and hardy class of roses, particularly for trellises.”
“_ "Perpetual" or recurrent-blooming races have been developed in the Ayrshire, moss, polyantha, and others.”
“Floribunda: Cross between a hybrid tea and a polyantha.”
“Jeri and Clay Jennings, Ingrid Wapelhorst and Jim Delahanty will demonstrate how to prune tea roses, noisettes, climbing roses, hybrids, China, polyantha and other types of roses.”
“Cheryl Hume, rosarian and member of the South Valley Rose Society, held up numerous picturesque pink blooms, each representing a different variety of polyantha (a member of the rose family) as she discussed the characteristics of the flower breed during a recent meeting.”
“The garden has approximately 50 old garden roses suited to the Southern California climate, such as China, tea, noisette and polyantha roses.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘polyantha’.
Inspired by reading Aurelia C. Scott, 2007, Otherwise Normal People: Inside the Thorny World of Competitive Rose Gardening. I also have a list for names of rose varieties.
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