The Travemunde rose, is a lovely Floribunda rose that bears heavy clusters of very deep red roses.
The crowded clusters are set off by the deep green foliage. The deep, rich, red color is striking in the garden, and makes for a very colorful display.
The full pettaled flowers are medium size, with 17-25 petals, and are carried on strong stems.
Unfortunately, there is very little fragrance to Travemunde.
It is considered a modern, cluster-flowered Floribunda that is a repeat flowering rose.
Type Floribunda Rose
Hybridizer Reimer Kordes (Germany) 1968
Growth Habits Vigorous grows upright and bushy 4-5ft.
Blooms Deep red colored flowers have 17-25 petals. Double bloom form
Foliage Dark green foliage
Fragrance Very slight noticeable fragrance
Hardy zone zones 4-9 (mixed opinions on the hardy zone on this one…some say it is only hardy in zones 6b and warmer) It might be a good idea to give winter protection, just in case!
This Floribunda rose bush ‘Travemunde’ continues to bloom, and produce flowers abundantly, from summer through fall. The flowers hold up well, even in bad weather.
This is a strong growing, Floribunda bush rose, of average height. (four to five feet)
The foliage on this rose, is reddish color when young, then turns a dark green as it ages, making a nice backdrop to the dark red flowers. When the flowers are fully open, it boasts yellow stamens in the center of the flower.
This rose bush, with its deep red flowers, will really light up your garden.
It continues to bloom all season in flushes. It is such a bright colored rose that looks especially nice when viewed from a distance.
If you plant perennials in with your roses, some white Shasta Daisies would be a nice companion planting. Any blue colored perennials would also look nice planted beside these red roses.
Parents of ‘Travemunde’ rose are: Lili Marleen, AMA
This rose ‘Travemunde’ Floribunda rose was named for a town in North Germany.