Albertine

Pale salmon pink blooms with a deeper coppery pink reverse waft their perfume on a plant with typical glossy Wichurana Rambler foliage. Though pliable, the canes are sturdy giving the gardener the choice of growing it against a fence or wall or allowing it to grow, with staking, into a tall, sturdy upright shrub. Albertine can be seen on cottage walls in countless English gardening books. Despite its wicked thorns, Albertine deserves its great popularity around the world. This is a memorable rose in so many ways. It blooms for a long period with occasional bloom here or there later in the season.

Introduced in 1921.

 

Albertine
Albertine

Stock Levels

Stock
Out of stock
Details
Year Introduced: 
1920 to 1929
Bloom Type: 
Loosely Double
Zone: 
Zone 7
Fragrance: 
Fragrance fff
Rebloom: 
Rebloom rr
Hybridizer: 
Barbier
Height: 
15-20 Feet
Color: 
Light Pink
Class: 
Rambler
Bloom Size: 
Bloom Size 4
Special Uses
Good for Difficult Locations: 
Good for difficult locations
Climbing: 
Grow as Climbing Rose
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