Jacques , 1826
A very vigorous and beautiful vine with small, semi-double, scented flowers in clusters. Soft pink fading to white. This variety keeps its leaves for a long time.
‘Adélaïde d'Orléans' is a vine rose, not repeat-flowering but with many qualities. From the dark pink buds appear many semi-double flowers of an attractive, light pink colour, fading to white and opening to a flat flower that shows its stamens. They have a powerful musk smell. It is a vigorous climber with long, supple branches that can easily be guided along a fence or a rose bower. The small leaves are dark green and healthy. ‘Adelaïde d'Orléans' is a sempervirens hybrid, they have the characteristic of keeping their leaves until late winter.
- Preferred location: Sun
- Plant distance: 300cm
- Frost resistance: to -10°C
- Suitable for: pyramid pergola trees walls fences
- Hanging growth