Monday, March 24, 2008


On the basis of its photos I did not understand why the English are so great fans of this rose, but it was so much praised that I have decided to have a try. Now I already understand. In the life it is really beautiful.

Rosa ComplicataRosa Complicata
class: Gallica rose, before 1800
height: 150 -305 cm - At us around 150 cm.
width: 180 -245 cm - At us around 200-250 cm.
American hardiness zone: Z4b (down to -32 ºC)
bloom: once, then it produces hips
At us it is on a sunny place, but according to Help Me Find it tolerates part-shadow.

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