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Wilhelm Kordes bred the roses that bear his name from R kordesii, a new species that arose in cultivation as a result of spontaneous chromosome doubling in a R. rugosa x R. wichuriana hybrid. 'Leverkusen' displays the typical dark green, shiny foliage of the class on canes that can reach 10 feet long or more. The fragrant, semi-double yellow flowers have slightly fringed edges that make them especially attractive. Levenkusen has a long spring blooming season.