The Crimson Bouquet rose produces an abundance of velvety red roses all season.
The clear, bright red blooms have no blush or darker markings, and hold their color for a long time.
This rosebush showcases large, velvet red blooms that appear both singly, and in small clusters on a medium size bush with great disease resistance.
It is a prolific bloomer all season long.
The size of the flowers, as well as the petal count varies with the climate in which the rose grows. It prefers cooler climates to produce the largest flowers.
Type Floribunda/Grandiflora See note about this
Hybridizer Wilhelm Kordes III (Germany) 1999
Blooms Dark Garnet red blooms with shiny dark red reverse. Blooms are 3 1/2" across with 30-35 petals High-centered bloom form
Foliage Large size, dark green glossy foliage
Growth Habit Upright growing, vigorous, 4-5'
Fragrance Slight to Medium, sweet fragrance
Awards AARS 2000
Hardy Zones zones 7-10
So call it what you will.....
This vigorous growing rose bush has very healthy, disease resistant foliage, (like all varieties from the House of Kordes).
Deep, almost black buds open out to a pleasing and pretty, more flat shape with a mop of yellow stamens in the center.
The double form, high centered blooms are a brilliant, bold, deep red with darker reverses.
The beautiful rose flowers appear in long stemmed clusters of 5-11.
The foliage is red when young, but turns to a glossy dark green that compliments the blooms.
The upright growing Crimson Bouquet rose has large prickles (thorns).
It is a perpetual bloomer that produces flowers all season,and loves to be pampered, and fertilized. Be sure to keep it watered in hot, dry conditions.
It is a good bedding rose, and also does well in large containers.
Parentage; 'Bad Fussing' x Ingrid Bergman'
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