The Grafin von Hardenberg rose, also known as "Black Caviar" is a beautiful tea hybrid created by Hans Jürgen Evers in 1997 and introduced to Germany in 2001 by Tantau Roses as "Astrid Gräfin von Hardenberg". In other words, we are dealing with a beautiful German rose that is only good for caressing our romantic souls. This special rose has a large dark red flower with about 50 petals and a mix of honey, lemon and vanilla. It blooms repeatedly throughout the season and reaches heights of 1.2 - 1.5 m at maturity. If your garden needs a world-famous rose, find out that we deliver Grafin von Hardenberg with pride and guarantee to catch it.
He received the Gold Medal for the most fragrant rose in New Zealand (2010) and the Gold Medal for the best perfume at the international exhibition in Rome / Italy (2002)
Recommended for cut flowers in vase and floral arrangements. The cut flower has a resistance of about 5 days.