Alfred de Dalmas Shrub Roses
Rosa Alfred de Dalmas - Shrub Roses
Description of Alfred de Dalmas Roses:
This famous old rose has white petals that are kissed by a pink, mother-of-pearl sheen. The plump, semi-double, medium sized flowers keep on coming through most of the summer and the subtle fragrance carries well.
This is a moss rose, with a little bit of moss texture on the buds. It is quite thorny.
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Characteristics of Alfred de Dalmas Bushes:
- Bud colour: Pink, light mossing.
- Colour: White with shiny pink blush.
- Flower Shape: Semi-double, open centre.
- Fragrance: 3-Strong.
- Flower Period: Continuous, June-October.
- Leaves: Matt, light green.
- Height & Spread: 1 metre by 60cms
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History and Parentage of Alfred de Dalmas Roses:
This French rose is also called Mousseline and dates back to 1855.