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Roses of floribunda, which include the Nina Weibul, or Nina Weibull, well-known to many domestic as well as foreign flower growers, occupy an intermediate position between polyanthus ornamental cultures and hybrid tea roses. Today, floribunda roses are characterized by a huge variety of shades, and in terms of brightness quite often surpass the most popular and popular tea hybrid varieties.
Well-known in our country, the variety "Nina Weibul" was bred by breeders more than half a century ago in Denmark. The originator of the variety is the company "Poulsen". The average height of a compact, but rather branched rose bush is about 0.60−0.75 m with a width of 0, 55 m. Terry flowers are distinguished by a blood-red color, with a diameter of 5-6 cm. According to the description of the originator, the flowers are collected in inflorescences of five pieces.
As a stock for this variety, the most commonly used rose is rugosa or rose canina. The continuously blooming Nina Weibull rose is resistant to weather and blooms continuously until a steady fall in cold weather. High resistance to damage by powdery mildew and black spotting minimizes the need for preventive treatments.
The advantages of Nina Weibull floribunda roses include high frost resistance, long and abundant flowering, as well as resistance to the most common diseases of flowering crops and absolute unpretentiousness in care. Nevertheless, To obtain abundantly flowering rose bushes, the rules for planting seedlings must be observed:
After planting, watering, mulching of the soil and shading of the seedlings from scorching sunlight are carried out.
The variety "Nina Weibull" is unpretentious in the care and cultivation. Particular attention should be paid to pruning and preparing rose bushes for winter frosts. Pruning is done in the fall and in the spring, immediately after removal of insulation from the bushes. Trimming can be done both strong and medium. Regularly remove all dry and deformed shoots on Nina Weibull rose bushes.
In central Russia and the more northern regions of our country, it is advisable to shelter rose bushes for the winter period in order to protect the root system and the aerial parts from freezing. Recommendations for preparing bushes for winter:
In addition to pruning and shelter in the process of care, systematic watering and top dressing should be carried out according to the agricultural technique of growing this decorative culture.
Most often, in regions with an unfavorable climate and far from ideal soil composition, Rose Clair Renaissance, or Renaissance, and Nina Weibul varieties are grown. Despite its rather "venerable" age, the variety "Nina Weibull" is still one of the most popular red-flowered floribundas in the Scandinavian countries. Its widespread popularity is also recorded in Finland and Iceland.
Unusually bright flowers of a dark red color, according to reviews of amateur gardeners and landscape designers, do not fade under the influence of sunlight. An additional decorative effect to rose bushes is also given by the ability of this variety to form lush inflorescences with a large number of flowers that create continuous flowering and have decent resistance to rain.
Bright flowers of the Nina Weibull rose look very advantageous against the background of dark green, shiny foliage. Bushes of this decorative flowering culture are well developed, very powerful and relatively branched, which makes the variety suitable for decorating a personal garden or recreation area. Minor varietal shortcomings include a markedly pronounced spike in the shoots, which in any case is compensated by prolonged flowering, resistance to the most common rose diseases and ease of care.
The variety "Nina Weibul" is widely used in the design of country and household plots. Rose bushes look great not only on flower beds and flower beds, but also become an adornment of a rosary or an alpine hill. The most advantageous is the combination of a rose of this variety with Veronica, garden petunia, bell or mock.