‘Versicolor’ Rosa Mundi Rose

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‘Versicolor’ Rosa Mundi Rose

Rosa gallica 2-4' x 3-4' Circa 1580.

A spectacular candy-striped sport of R. gallica ‘Officinalis’. Large pink-and-white–striped semi-double blooms have strong fragrance—a playful rose for the adventurous gardener! Matte medium-green foliage. Shrouded in some mystery as to whether this is an original sport of Apothecary’s Rose or a later revision. The experts can duke that out. The rest of us will just stand there gazing. Will sucker. Tolerates shade. Lore has it this was named after The Fair Rosamund Clifford, nicknamed Rose of the World. Z4. (9–18" bare-root plants)



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Roses

Plant crowns 4–6' apart, in a large well-fertilized hole, in an area with at least 4–6 hrs of sun per day.

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