Rose 'Zephirine Drouhin'
Rose 'Zephirine Drouhin'

Rose 'Zephirine Drouhin'

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Common Name: Bourbon Rose
Hardiness Zone: 6-9S/W Exposure: Sun to Part Shade
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Blooms In: Jun-Sep
Height: 10' Spacing: 3'
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Fragrance: Yes
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Pink semidouble blooms are borne from June to October, emerging on almost thornless stems. Sweet fragrance befits an heirloom Bourbon. A perfect candidate to adorn a fence, trellis, or tuteur. Winner of the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Own-root.

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Average Customer Rating: (4 Reviews) Write a Review

A Rose for Shade

Reviewer: from Isle of Wight County, VA

It sounds crazy... a rose that will bloom in shade, but I read about it in one of Ken Druse's shade garden books and it's true! Maybe not as many blooms as in full sun, but if shade is all you have this is the rose to try. Has a very old fashioned "cottage garden" look, which suits me.

I have it on the north side of my house, mostly shade (maybe 2-3 hrs reflected sun in afternoons) and some years it will bloom like crazy, but always blooms a bit. Not quite sure why the number of blooms differs year to year.

Mine gets a little bit of black spot by end of summer, but considering how HOT and HUMID it is here... I'm not surprised.

Beats all expectations

Reviewer: from Somerset KY

Used on trellis to provide fragrant shade for west side screened porch.

Provides fragrant walk ways.

Thornless feature makes trimming and care easy.

Bloomed first year.

Great rose with good care

Reviewer: from Elgin, IL

This rose takes three years to really bloom because it spends that time growing beautiful foliage. Then with even watering, it is in flower almost continually to frost in zone 5a. If you allow it to grow s a shrub the stems fall over and it is a beautiful fountain.

Pretty but not a rebloomer for me.

Reviewer: from Virginia Beach, Va

I have two of these which were planted three years ago in a mixed perrenial garden. The plant that receives more sun far out ways the one that is in partial shade. (Fuller growth, much more flowers) It will survie in part shade but it thrives best with a lot of sun. For me here in Va Bch, Va this rose only blooms once in early spring. It's a beautiful show of flowers but since it is a main part of my garden I was really hoping it would rebloom through out the summer.


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