Emeline la Chauciere – Old World Roses

Name: Emeline la Chauciere
Wiki: https://wiki.eastkingdom.org/wiki/Emeline_la_Chauciere

Over the past few years, my research project has focused on the cultivation and study of historical roses, with a particular emphasis on old world varieties. As a dedicated horticulturist and historian, I have meticulously researched and cultivated several period rose varietals in my garden. These efforts have allowed me to bring to life the rich heritage of roses such as Rosa gallica and Alba semi-plena, which were cherished in ancient and medieval times for their beauty, fragrance, and medicinal properties. My work delves into the historical significance of these roses, examining their cultural, symbolic, and practical roles in societies throughout history.

The presentation of my research includes a collection of photographs showcasing my garden, where these exquisite roses flourish. Each photo captures the timeless elegance of these varietals, providing a visual journey through the past. Accompanying the images are brief notes and references that highlight the historical context and characteristics of each rose type. This project not only aims to preserve the legacy of these remarkable flowers but also to inspire a deeper appreciation for their enduring beauty and historical importance. Through my research, I hope to contribute to the ongoing conservation and revival of old world roses, ensuring that their legacy continues to bloom for generations to come.

Additional Pictures and Documentation Here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1–67NG7cq7LSTZBheoXBMFcTMDSBe3Rx?usp=sharing

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