Comte de Chambord Roses

Rosa

£22.75

A french rose bred in 1860, Comte de Chambord is a great favourite and with good reason as it is one of the best. A deep pink cupped rose with the outer petals softly curling and translucent and the inner ones forming a quartered shape. This rose has a strong sweet fragrance and repeats well, coming in small tight clusters on sturdy stems and opening to a beautiful flower.

This product is currently unavailable in this size, the next batch is currently being grown and will be available for sale soon. Please contact us to reserve stock.

Botanical name

Rosa

Approx height when sent

0.3 metres 3L pot

Description

A french rose bred in 1860, Comte de Chambord is a great favourite and with good reason as it is one of the best. A deep pink cupped rose with the outer petals softly curling and translucent and the inner ones forming a quartered shape. This rose has a strong sweet fragrance and repeats well, coming in small tight clusters on sturdy stems and opening to a beautiful flower.

A little history for those who are interested. The Comte de Chambord (1820-83) was the last ligitimist King of France, Henri V.

This rose was bred in his honour, rather romantic.

Position: full sun

Soil: fertile, humus-rich, moist, well-drained soil

Colour & Fragrance: soft to bright pink, strong sweet fragrance

Flowering period: repeat summer – autumn

Height in maturity: 1m

Soil Type: Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand

Soil pH: Acid, Neutral, Alkaline

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