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Plant Profile: Rosa ‘ Jacques Cartier’ (Rosa ‘Marchesa Boccella’)

With exceptional hardiness, this rose is also healthy and especially beautiful. The clear pink flowers are quartered and have an abundance of petals clustered around a green eye. They are borne singly or in tight clusters of two to five and stand up well to rain. The plants are compact, narrow and have pale green leaves. They are disease resistance and tolerate some shade.

Type: Portland

Origin: Moreau-Robert, France, 1868

Parentage: Uncertain

Flower Size: 3.5-4”

Petal Count: Up to 70

Scent: Strong, sweet

Flowering: Flush in spring with repeats

Plant Size: 3-5’ H x 3’ W

Hardiness: Zones 4-9

ARS Rating: 8.8

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