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

Botanical Information

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


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
Flowering PeriodJune, July, August, September, October

Description and Growing Information

General DescriptionA hybrid tea rose.
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.