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7. Rose variety "Madam Alfred Carriere" (Cl., Madam Alfred Carriere)
A wonderful noisette claymer, bred at the end of the 19th century - in 1879. It is considered one of the most romantic and ancient roses of this type. Gives a gentle and slightly nostalgic impression in the garden.
Rose bushes of this type of climber can grow up to 5 m (in the middle lane - up to 3.5 m with bushes up to 3 m in diameter). The main "trump card" of the variety is the almost complete absence of thorns. The leaves are strikingly large, which creates a much fuller effect than other climbers. The foliage color is fresh, pale green, it stands out pleasantly against the background of other roses. And the thinner, although typically powerful shoots allow the rose to be used not only as a single plant, but also for drapery or planting under old trees. This is one of the fastest growing climbers.
This variety cannot boast of an impressive flower size (up to 10 cm), but it is strikingly abundant. Flowers bloom tirelessly throughout the summer, starting one of the first among the climbers (in mild climates, the plant can bloom almost all year). They are evenly spaced throughout the crown, giving the impression of an almost artificial scattering.
The elegance of a rose can be appreciated already at the budding stage. Flowers with a delicate pink color fade to snow-white, do not fade, are not afraid of precipitation, conquer the cupped shape, thin doubleness, wavy silky petals.
Among the climbers, the Madame Alfred Career variety is considered one of the most shade-tolerant. The rose grows well in semi-shady places.
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