Alberic Barbier

Irregularly shaped double blooms open cream from apricot and yellow buds and then fade to gardenia white. Perhaps the most famous, and certainly the hardiest, of the wonderful Wichurana Ramblers. We have this rose going up in a tall Doug Fir where it receives just a bit of dappled sun. Blooms are more sparse in such a situation, but the effect, of party lanterns arrayed along the branches, is enchanting. In a sunny situation there is a massive display of bloom over an extended period in the spring with occasional individual blooms later in the season. The lax habit would make great ground cover on an embankment, etc. The dark green glossy foliage with slender, crimson new growth is evergreen in our Zone 8 gardens and always handsome.

Introduced in 1900.

Alberic Barbier

Stock Levels

Stock
Out of stock
Details
Growth Habit: 
Lax, trailing
Year Introduced: 
1900 to 1909
Bloom Type: 
Fully Double
Zone: 
Zone 6
Fragrance: 
Fragrance fff
Rebloom: 
Rebloom r
Hybridizer: 
Barbier
Height: 
20+ Feet
Color: 
White, Near White and White Blend
Class: 
Rambler
Bloom Size: 
Bloom Size 3
Special Uses
Disease Resistant: 
Very Disease Resistant
Good for Difficult Locations: 
Good for difficult locations
Climbing: 
Grow as Climbing Rose
Shade Tolerant: 
Shade Tolerant
Ground Cover: 
Good for ground cover
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