York and Lancaster

The flowers of the York and Lancaster rose display ever-changing shades of white, pink, and carmine red. Sometimes the blooms are striped, other times they are not. It may even take a few years until all the different color combinations are be seen. The flower is deeply scented, large, loose and double in form. The rose plant is bushy, 6′ – 8′ tall, with typical damask foliage. The flowers bloom once a year, but profusely during that time. York and Lancaster is a shade tolerant, non-recurrent, rose bush


Classification

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Colour

Other Names

Rosa damascena 'Versicolor'

Fragrance

Plant Form

Bloom Size

Petal Count

Breeder

Year Bred

before 1550

Rose Height

6' – 8'

Root Form

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Sun Requirement

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

The flowers of the York and Lancaster rose display ever-changing shades of white, pink, and carmine red. Sometimes the blooms are striped, other times they are not. It may even take a few years until all the different color combinations are be seen. The flower is deeply scented, large, loose and double in form. The rose plant is bushy, 6′ – 8′ tall, with typical damask foliage. The flowers bloom once a year, but profusely during that time. York and Lancaster is a shade tolerant, non-recurrent, rose bush

The flowers of the York and Lancaster rose display ever-changing shades of white, pink, and carmine red. Sometimes the blooms are striped, other times they are not. It may even take a few years until all the different color combinations are be seen. The flower is deeply scented, large, loose and double in form. The rose plant is bushy, 6′ – 8′ tall, with typical damask foliage. The flowers bloom once a year, but profusely during that time. York and Lancaster is a shade tolerant, non-recurrent, rose bush