Blush NoisetteThis flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area
Stock No. - 302
4 to 8 feet Z6-11 R Fr w
As fragrant as 'Champneys Pink Cluster', this first rose to bear the Noisette name is charming in its own right. The blush white flowers are cupped and double, appearing frequently throughout the growing season but especially in great abundance in the fall. William Paul, the 19th century nurseryman reported, "I have seen these roses blooming unchecked amid the early storms of winter." 'Blush Noisette' is one of the few Noisettes which maintains a nice bush form while displaying blousy flowers for which Noisettes are known. This rose is ideally suited as a free-standing specimen or as a pillar rose.