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Plant Profile: Rose ‘Sombreuil’

TRose Sombreuil 2he creamy white flowers of this Tea-Noisette are sometimes tinged with pink and are carried in small clusters (usually three), or singly. They are quartered, quilled, sometimes have a green eye, and open flat with a multitude of petals. The petals are thin and do not do well in cold damp weather but last well in the vase. The fragrance is strong and one of the outstanding features of the rose. The foliage is glossy, dark green, and disease resistant.

Type: Large flowered climber

Origin: Robert, France, 1850

Parentage: Unknown

Flower Size: 3.5

Petal Count: 60

Scent: Strong. Sweet, tea-like

Flowering: Flushes

Plant Size: 8- 13’ H x 5-6.5’ W

Hardiness: Zones 6-9

ARS Rating: 8.7