MaggieThis flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area
4 to 7 feet Z6-11 R Fr mr
Collected by Dr. William C. Welch in Louisiana, "Maggie" has very full flowers that are large, of rich carmine rose that can darken to crimson in cool weather. They are freely produced on a vigorous, healthy bush that makes a nice hedge, specimen plant or even pillar rose. The true "rose" scent is even headier when the flowers are carried indoors. We admit to preferring this rose to the less vigorous Gruss an Teplitz, and thought it might be a hearty seedling of the rose, but several distinguished rosarians have suggested that our "Maggie" is possibly the old Bourbon, 'Eugene E. Marlitt'.