Rosa arvensis plena
Found in the wild nature in 1982 (Province of Namur). Egg-shaped petals; strong, dark green foliage; strong growth; overhanging about 150-200 cm. Double white flowers with three flat corollas, whereby the yellow stamens stand out well. Small clusters. Well-scented. Can also be used as a Rambler, the plant then reaches 500 cm. Very winter-hardy.
- Preferred location: Sun or partial shadow
- Plant distance: 200cm
- Frost resistance: lower than -15°C
- Suitable for: pyramid pergola trees walls fences
- Hanging growth