|Seasonal Interest:||Spring to frost|
|Color/Feature:||Double blossoms of soft ivory white. Buds are very round. New growth is bronze in color, becoming light green as it matures.|
|Maintenance:||Prune back by 1/3 in late winter; remove spent blooms to encourage repeat blooms.|
Introduced in France in 1857. Works well in a large container. Fragrance of tea and fruit. Regarded as the only white China rose.
Learn about other water-wise roses for Lubbock County, courtesy of Lubbock Master Gardener Association.