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Rose 'Albertine' - Rosa 'Albertine' (latin)

Breeder: Barbier, 1921.

Blossom: In July, single flowering.
Flower diameter: 5 cm.
Fragrance: Medium.
Adult dimensions: Height up to 6 m if trained.
Foliage: Deciduous.

Type of soil: Rich and free draining, avoid chalky soils.
Climate: Very hardy.
Site: Full sun.
Planting spacing: 2 metres between each, trained roses.


Properties and uses:
The Rose 'Albertine' is an extremely vigorous, Ramblers Rose. It produces a long and exuberant blossom in July. Its double flowers are coppery on the inside, vivid salmon then coppery-pink on the outside. They give off a slight fragrance. It is a disease resistant Rose, easy to look after. It can be easily trained on the sides of a pergola, along a wall...

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