Reine Victoria

NEW! Reine Victoria, in name’s sake of Queen Victoria, grows bulbous blooms in a silky medium pink with the smallest hint of mauve. The flowers are large and full and repeat bloom over the growing season. Notably the first flush is the strongest. The flowers are atop long stems making this rose suitable for espalier work especially considering her growing habit. Reine Victoria in an upright grower and can reach 5 ‘ – 7’ in height. Image credit to https://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/. All roses have been grown and tended in our family-owned rose nursery.


Classification

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Colour

Other Names

La Reine Victoria

Fragrance

Fragrance Description
Shrub Form

Bloom Size

Petal Count

Hardy

Awards
Breeder

Year Bred

1872

Repeat Bloomer

Rose Height

5' – 7'

Root Form

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The heights & zones are guidelines only. Roses & fruit trees grow differently in different zones, and require proper winter protection accordingly.

NEW! Reine Victoria, in name’s sake of Queen Victoria, grows bulbous blooms in a silky medium pink with the smallest hint of mauve. The flowers are large and full and repeat bloom over the growing season. Notably the first flush is the strongest. The flowers are atop long stems making this rose suitable for espalier work especially considering her growing habit. Reine Victoria in an upright grower and can reach 5 ‘ – 7’ in height. Image credit to https://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/

NEW! Reine Victoria, in name’s sake of Queen Victoria, grows bulbous blooms in a silky medium pink with the smallest hint of mauve. The flowers are large and full and repeat bloom over the growing season. Notably the first flush is the strongest. The flowers are atop long stems making this rose suitable for espalier work especially considering her growing habit. Reine Victoria in an upright grower and can reach 5 ‘ – 7’ in height. Image credit to https://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/