In the world of roses there are some great negotiators. We could call them trader roses. What do they do, exactly? In exchange for attention, they give off branded fragrances. Such a trader is Chartreuse de Parme, a creation from the House of Delbard. It is a gorgeous, elegant rose, but it doesn’t shy away from turning your garden into a perfume market.
With its exquisite, large flowers and the strong fragrance, Chartreuse de Parme will certainly run the most popular stall in your garden. If you want only one rose in your garden it’s definitely worth planting a trader rose. This one has a rich and healthy foliage and it can grow up to 80-100 cm in height.
Chartreuse de Parme won no less than 10 medals, including the Fragrance Prizes at Madrid 1996, Geneva 1996, Bagatelle (Paris) 1996, Baden-Baden 1996 and RNRS Edland 1997. Here at Famous Roses,we deliver it with bare roots and we guarantee their growth.
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.
Species: Hybrid tea rose Exposure: Full sun Resistance to diseases: good Flowering: May to first frost Spacing between plants: 0.5 m Fragrance: Yes Created: 1996 Medals: 10 medals