This rosebush adapts itself well to the marine climate
The dark pink color is allowed discolor neither by the rain, nor by the sun
It is more rustic than most of the 'Noisette'
Resist well to the gel. Sun exposure
The shrub can empty slightly in the foot, thus place in front of him a beautiful bundle of Nepeta mussinii " Six Hill Giants "
Can support to be in a pot
Variety to be put in places brightened up to avoid the powdery mildew
Very resistant, supporting a poor ground
To be safe to succeed with this rosebush, it is necessary to watch to give to it an exposure sheltered from the bad weather and a rich ground
The rosebush forms a big more angular bush than the rough rosebushes savage and its foliage is rougher. It is advisable for a copse of shrubs or in wide free hedge
Rightly one of the most famous. It resists a shrub in disease, supporting the poor ground and the middle-shade
In flower in June-July, this rosebush hates the rain but demands a lot of water during the warm summers. Certain years, it is a martyr of the powdery mildew
The foliage which wraps widely the low part of the rosebush is dense and very healthy
The flower-bearing, strong set, be afraid a little the rigorous winters and prefer the regions where the summer is not too much
In the South, where it succeeds particularly well, this rosebush reaches unequalled proportions and can become enlightened by climbing
Of a health with quite test, it is only afraid of the spring cold winds which burn out his its buttons with flowers