Barbier , 1900
A robust rambler that blooms abundantly with large, beautifully quartered, cream-white flowers with a lemon-yellow centre that turns pale. Strongly scented with a long, overwhelming flowering in May-June and a repeat flowering in September. This rose tolerates shade.
Large, quartered flowers appear from the yellow flower buds, creamy-white with a lemon-yellow colour in their centre, which fades. They have a strong, pleasant smell. The branches are long, powerful and supple, making them easy to lead. Excellent for growing on a pergola, arbor, a pyramid, a fence or a wall. The leaves are very decorative, dark green and shiny. It is also one of the few roses that do well in the shade and therefore also facing north. The plant flowers early and very abundantly in May-June and repeats its flowering a little more moderately in September.
- Preferred location: Sun or partial shadow or full shadow
- Plant distance: 400cm
- Frost resistance: to -15°C
- Suitable for: pyramid pergola trees walls fences
- Hanging growth