In this group you find predominantly re-flowering bush- and shrub roses with a height of 100 to 200 cm. These roses with their bushy growth, historical charm, old bloom form, overwhelming beauty and nostalgic scent, become more and more popular. Historical shrub roses are applied in high beddings, in groups of three, as a solitary bush or as an impenetrable hedge. The planting distance is generally 60 to 100 cm and depends on the use and the individual growing power of the variety. Most varieties are at their best if they are planted in groups of three with a mutual planting distance of about 45 cm. The roses form in this manner a dense bush that flowers more regular and richer, which has a larger impact on the border.