Lambert Christian , 1904
Small, semi-double, white flowers bloom from the soft yellow buds, showing their yellow stamens. The flowers grow in large, pyramid-shaped bouquets and repeat-flower. Hips in the fall.
This is the base rose of the Musk Hybrids. Masses of small, semi-double flowers (4-5 cm) appear in dense, pyramid-shaped clusters. The flowers are small, semi-double to full and start soft yellow in the bud. They have a wonderfully lingering scent, combining sweet and cloves. Upright growing with flexible branches, which can be used as a climbing rose against fences, pergola, wall, obelisk or rose pyramid. ‘Trier' can be used in the garden as a solitary plant, as a shrub, in hedges and in pots. Small red hips appear in autumn. An ecological rose, which attracts bees by its stamens and birdsby its hips in autumn.
- Bee friendly plant
- Cut flower
- Preferred location: Sun or partial shadow
- Plant distance: 120cm
- Frost resistance: to -15°C
- Suitable for: pyramid pergola walls fences