Rosa ‘Carmagnole’

Family : Rosaceae

Class : Floribunda

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Text and pictures © Giuseppe Mazza

 

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English translation by Mario Beltramini

 

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Created in France in 1990 by Delbard-Chabert, ‘Carmagnole’ is a vigourous Floribunda surpassing the 120 cm of height on an about 90 cm base. Glossy dark green foliage, very resistant to diseases, and big prickles.

The flowers, 10-11 cm broad, mostly in small clusters, count 20-25 ivory white petals with soft pastel pink border colour that considerably intensifies in the sun.

Good remontant after cutting with generous bloomings. Elegant at home as cut flower.

Variety denomination : DELrobla

Parentage :

Seed : ‘Milrose’ × ‘Légion d’Honneur’

Pollen : ‘Zambra’ × ‘Orange Sensation’

Awards :

1993 - 1er Prix Bagatelle Rose Trials

 
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