Champagner, Hybrid T, bare rooted.
Champagner has remained popular over the years for very good reason. It is vigorous growing but retains a rather compact shape. Very nearly thornless, and produces an abundance of beautiful cream/champagne buds which open into fully developed bloom. Late in the season as days and night get colder the flowers take on a slightly pink blush.
Champagner is equally as good in the garden as it is as a cut flower. Speaking of the garden, Champagner is mostly tolerant of the common rose pests and diseases. So it is relatively easy to grow. As with most roses, likes a drink each week, more often during mid-summer and a handful of organic fertilizer every month to six weeks.
Supplied as a bare rooted rose each Mid-July.