Cassiorhodon or Cinnamomeae
Cassiorhodon or Cinnamomeae roses are a group of roses that are native to Asia and Europe. These roses are characterized by their cinnamon-colored stems and foliage, which gives them their name. The flowers of Cassiorhodon roses are typically single or semi-double, with five petals and a variety of colors ranging from white to deep pink. The Cassiorhodon group is often associated with the classic “Old Rose” fragrance, making them a popular choice for perfumes and fragrances.
Cassiorhodon roses have a rich history and have been cultivated for centuries. Some popular varieties of Cassiorhodon roses include ‘Gloire de Dijon’, ‘Reine des Violettes’, and ‘Mme. Isaac Pereire’. These roses are treasured by gardeners for their hardiness, disease resistance, and stunning blooms. They are often used in garden borders, as hedging, or as specimen plants. Overall, Cassiorhodon roses are a versatile and beautiful addition to any garden.