Belle de Jour Rose Bushes

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Shade Full Sun, Partial Shade
Area Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained
Colour Yellow/Gold
Type Floribunda
Also Good Fragrant, Repeat Flowering
Flowering Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Rosa Belle de Jour

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SIZES 1-2 3-910+
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Rosa Belle de Jour

Winner of the 2021 Rose of the Year award, Belle de Jour is a beauty indeed! The delicious double blooms, heady with the summery fragrance of vanilla and apricot, come thick and fast from June right through to October, in saturated tones of peach and lemon. As a repeat-flowering Floribunda, the buds are carried in generous upward-facing clusters. And she's a strong grower too, with glossy green foliage and impressive disease resistance. You'll find many more floribunda roses here.

Successful growing

Plant Belle de Jour in a sunny or very lightly shaded spot in good rich soil, and she'll do well. So that means digging in plenty of well-rotted manure when planting, mulching in spring with more compost, and ideally feeding with a specialist rose feed. In late winter or early spring, prune back to around 20-30cm from the ground.
In terms of planting companions, Belle de Jour's warm yellow and apricot tones work well with purples, so an underplanting of hardy geraniums such as Rozanne or Johnson's Blue will look fabulous. In the same vein, lavenders would look lovely surrounding a group of Belle de Jour. Or take the hot, sultry route by combining Belle with similar tones; try crocosmias such as rich red Lucifer or orange Emily McKenzie.

The lovely clusters of scented flowers are brilliant for snipping and bringing indoors, where they'll fill a room with their fruity fragrance.


  • Height: to 1.5m
  • Spread: to 1m
  • Colour: soft yellow with deep apricot buds
  • Shape of flower: double
  • Size of flower: medium
  • Scent: strong and fruity
  • Flowering: repeat through summer to first frosts
  • Group: Floribunda rose
  • Glossy foliage
  • Rose of the Year 2021

Did you know?

Belle de Jour was bred by French rose specialists Georges Delbard, and named after the classic 1967 Luis Buñuel movie starring Catherine Deneuve.

Belle de Jour is also the French common name for Daylilies (Hemerocallis).

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
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