Louise Clements™
Louise Clements™
Louise Clements™
Louise Clements™
Louise Clements
Louise Clements
Louise Clements™
Louise Clements
Louise Clements
Louise Clements™
Louise Clements
Louise Clements
Louise Clements
Louise Clements

Louise Clements™

$50 Regular price
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  • Cutting
  • Fragrance
  • Container Friendly

HEIRLOOM’S OWN! Louise Clements was rated by the American Rose Society ahead of 30 out of 33 David Austin English Roses for exhibition beauty. This rose has been receiving rave reviews since her introduction in 1996. Bred from Graham Thomas, her old-fashioned, fully double, English-style 4” blooms feature 70+ petals in an intense copper color unlike any other rose. When John Clements first saw the rare beauty and outstanding character of this rose, he knew he would name it for his wife, Louise. This plant is a continual blooming, upright bush with reddish stems and bronze-green foliage. We love Louise Clements for her incredible beauty and delightful fragrance.

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Rose Type Shrub
SKU SH131 GALLON
Bloom Type Very Full
Breeder Code CLEou
Characteristic Cutting, Fragrance, Container Friendly
Color Orange
Specific Color Intense copper
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1996
Approximate Size 3' - 4' x 3' - 4'

Louise Clements™

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Customer Reviews

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G.
Louise the lovely Should be her name o

This rose is gorgeous. The color is divine, only wish she was larger.

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S.Z.
Beautiful Salmon Color

Very pleased with this rose, it's first year, I have it in a pot. Blooming well, withstanding black spot, nice salmon color to the blooms and seems happy in the pot.

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P.M.
A Floral Delight

I was a bit nervous about adding three orange flowering shrubs to our rose/perennial borders. The rave reviews encouraged me to give Louise Clements a try. Of the nine varieties ordered from Heirloom, Louise was the first to bloom and has produced far more flowers at her diminutive stage than any rose I’ve grown. The orange color blends well with the apricots, reds and purples in the garden. Her branches were floppy at first, sprawling on the mulch. I staked them, and as soon as they bloom have cut the branch back to just above a five leaf section and enjoyed the blooms inside. The branches are gaining strength. I’m following all Heirloom’s directions and hoping in future seasons the shrubs reach the size listed in the catalog. Foliage is dark green and shiny, very healthy. No particular fragrance yet. The bloom colors are mesmerizing. We are in zone 5b, central Nebraska.

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B.G.
Best for flowering!

Love the color! It was first to flower this year and almost never without a flower/bud ever since. Clusters of beautiful flowers and way better vase life than most garden roses. All 5 starts for Heirloom!

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T.H.
Gorgeous Blooms but Odd Form

The blooms on this rose are fantastic. The most gorgeous pinky peach fades to a light coral, and they’re so fluffy. This is my second year with my plant, and while its blooms are fabulous, its form is a major disappointment. It’s just sprawling on the ground! I’ve never had a rose do that before. The beautiful blooms are covered in dirt, and I’ve had to put supports around the whole thing to help it out. I have three young roses new to me this year from another company in the same area of my garden that are upright and forming strong canes. I hope Louise is able to become more robust this season!

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