Rosa 'Meidysouk' (Princesse Charlene de Monaco® Rose)


Botanical Information

FamilyRosaceae
GenusRosa
Cultivar'Meidysouk'
SynonymsRosa 'Princesse Charlene de Monaco'
Registered NamePrincesse Charlene de Monaco┬«®
Patent NumberPP#24296
CategoryWoody
TypeShrub (deciduous)
OriginHybridized by Meilland International in 2017 and introduced by Star Conard-Pyle Roses.

Details

USDA Hardiness Zone4 - 9
USDA Hardiness Ref.
Canadian Hardiness Zone4a - 9a
Canada Hardiness Ref.
RHS Hardiness ZoneH7
RHS Hardiness Ref.
Temperature (°C)-40
Temperature (°F)-30
Height0.8 - 2 m
Spread1 m
GrowthMedium
Flowering PeriodJune, July, August, September, October

Description and Growing Information

General DescriptionA hybrid tea rose.
ShapeUpright.
LandscapeBeds and borders, cut flowers, rose gardens, informal gardens, city and courtyard gardens or as a specimen.
CultivationPlant in full to partial sun in moist but well-drained soil. Apply a slow release fertilizer in early spring just as leaves emerge. Prune old flowers to encourage re-blooming.
PestsCan be affected by diseases such as black spot, rose rust, or powdery mildew but each are highly unlikely.
HabitatHorticultural origin.
Bark/Stem DescriptionRobust, upright-growing, slightly woody, glaborous medium green to reddish-green stems that don characteristic reddish-green thorns.
Flower/Leaf Bud DescriptionSimple, pinnate peachy-pink flower buds appearing terminally as solitary buds.
Leaf DescriptionFinely-serrated, simple-pinnate medium to deep green leaves.
Flower DescriptionVery fragrant showy terminal blooms, composed of loosely-arranged whorls of 100 plus, delicate, broad heart-shaped ballerina pink to peachy-pink petals.

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