The House of Meilland Richardier is proposing a climber that reminds us of Pierre de Ronsard, with its old-rose classical flower in a purple-red colour and strong fragrance. If you’re aiming for a French-looking garden, remember that the Eric Tabarly has precisely that enticing je ne sais quoi that you need.
Additionally, it is very resistant to diseases and has abundant flowerings. It can reach adult heights of over 2m, and the flowers have approximately 100 petals. All in all, it is a truly magnificent rose. Which was exactly what the international competition judges thought as well when they awarded it 2 medals for its outstanding qualities.
Recommended for cut flowers in vase and floral arrangements. The cut flower has a resistance of about 5-7 days.
Quality 1+ (premium) Year 2 bushes, very sturdy, grafted on the best rootstock in the world right now, which gives the roses vigour and great resistance over time.
Variety: Climber Exposure: Full sun Resistance to diseases: Very Good Height: 2m+ Spacing: 1-2m Flowering season: May to first frost Fragrance: Yes Flower size: 10cm Awards: 2 medals