Rosa ‘Dominique Loiseau’

Family : Rosaceae

Class : Modern shrubby rose

Text and pictures © Giuseppe Mazza


English translation by Mario Beltramini



Considered by some a Hybrid Tea, by others a Polyantha, ‘Dominique Loiseau’ is rather a landscape shrub rose, with flowers in clusters, double seeds, with 9-16 petals, that bloom profusely with more cycles from May up to the first frosts.

Medium sized shrub, created in France by Delbard in 2003, with few big prickles below and intense green foliage very resistant to diseases.

Slightly scented corollas, with white-pinkish petals having pearly reflections that contrast, when fully open, with the orange yellow of the prominent stamens.

Variety denomination : DElolia

Awards :

2010 - Orléans: Rose d’Or

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