Champney's Pink ClusterThis flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area
4 to 8 feet Z6-11 R Fr lp
After being lost to commerce for many years, this earliest Noisette was re-identified from a plant sent to the Huntington Botanical Gardens of California in the early 1970s. The clusters of small, light pink, double flowers of 'Champney's Pink Clusters' carry one of the sweetest perfumes in the rose world. Our plant puts up vigorous shoots with narrow, graceful leaves that are occasionally susceptible to blackspot. It makes a handsome, rather mounding shrub, or it can be displayed on a pillar, fence or trellis. Any garden would be enriched by the beauty, scent and history of this rare old Southern antique.