Family : Rosaceae
Class : Hybrid Tea
Text and pictures © Giuseppe Mazza
English translation by Mario Beltramini
Created in France by Delbard in 2004 and marketed in 2010, ‘Pink Paradise’ distinguishes for the unusual posture, colour and perfume.
Though being a Hybrid Tea, the flowers, just 6 cm broad, usually present in clusters. They have 30 petals, intense fuchsia pink with luminous yellow centre, but especially stand out for their intense anise fragrance.
The shrub, with solid bright dark green leaves, refractory to diseases, has vertical posture and may be 80 cm tall.
Ideal for spots of colour in the garden, with more surges, during the whole vegetative period.
Variety denomination : DELfluoros
2010 - Le Roeulx Silver Medal - Geneva Rose D’Or - Geneva La plus belle Rose des Dames - Baden-Baden Golden Rose - Baden-Baden Gold Medal
2011 - Lyon Plus Belle Rose de France - Lyon 1st Prize - Anerkannte Deutsche Rose Novelty Trials: Sorte
2012 - Nantes 2nd Grand Prize - Gold Standard Rose Trials: Gold Standard
→ History of the rose : from the Wild Roses towards a perfect rose.
→ To appreciate the biodiversity of roses, please click here.