Rose Madam HardyRose ‘Madame Hardy’ has buds with a hint of pink open to pure white cup-shaped blossoms that ultimately open flat. The outer petals are slightly reflexed and surround an interior of short, ruffled petals quartered around a green eye. The flowers are usually produced in clusters of three to five on prickly stems. Plants have an abundance of pale green leaves, are vigorous, and are considered very disease resistant.

Type: Damask

Origin: Alexander Hardy, France, 1812

Parentage: Uncertain

Flower Size: 2.8”

Petal Count: 15-25

Scent: Medium and sweet

Flowering: Once only

Plant Size: 4-6.7’ H x 4-5’ W

Hardiness: Zones 5-9

ARS Rating: 8.8

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By Karen