Roses in general and aristocratic ones especially, like to roam free through large gardens, with lush vegetation and magnificent stage design. They also like to attend outdoor events and balls or play in the garden mazes of a palace, mansion or noble house. The Palais Royal, as its name suggests, is one of these roses.
Somewhat reminiscent of the Pierre de Ronsard rose, this climber is, first of all, the rightful heir to the flower throne of any garden. When it finally takes a seat there, it will display its impeccably white royal flowers, with more than 100 petals each, giving off a light fragrance. Flowers are about 13 cm in size and it grows over 2m in height.
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: Climbing rose Exposure: Full sun Resistance to diseases: good Flowering: May to first frost Height: 2 m+ Spacing between plants: 1-2 m Fragrance: Yes Bloom size: 13 cm Medals: No