Rosa ‘Avalanche Rose’

Family : Rosaceae

Class : Floribunda

Text and pictures © Giuseppe Mazza


English translation by Ignacio Barrionuevo



As it is suggested by the name, ‘Avalanche Rose’ is a landscape shrub rose with exuberant flowering.

The small, single flowers, red-coloured with a white centre, thus emphasizing the golden stamens, don’t show any perfume, but they are so numerous that make the branches bend because of their weight, yielding a look more similar to a groundcover variety than to a shrub.

Moderate height, dark green, shiny foliage that shows good resistance to illness.

Variety denomination : DELaval

Parentage :

Seed : ‘François et Joseph Guy’ x seedling of ‘Sultane’

Pollen : ‘Alain’ × ‘Étoile de Hollande’

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