Caroline de Monaco
Caroline de Monaco

Caroline de Monaco®™

$50 Regular price
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  • Pots

This rose is a lovely floral tribute to Princess Grace's daughter. Like most white roses, Caroline de Monaco produces gently fragrant flowers. With 4 1/2" blooms of creamy white frequently tipped with pink buds, her blooms slowly unfurl to reveal a blossom of timeless beauty. You can expect solitary blooms or small clusters to form each containing 40-45 petals. She makes an excellent cut flower and will bloom in flushes throughout the season.

More Information

Rose Type Hybrid Tea
SKU HT699 GALLON
Bloom Types Double
Breeder Code MEIpierar
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Pots
Color White
Specific Color White/ may be tipped with pink
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 1993
Approximate Size 4' x 3'

Caroline de Monaco®™

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JMFE
hard working rose

I gave this rose a try because of thaihaze's account of their rose doing so well in Houston. Can confirm! She's been in the ground a little over a year now and just keeps blooming- we're talking over 35 buds for her second flush this year. 100 degrees, constant humidity, random winter ice blasts, this rose shrugs them off and sends out fresh shoots as a thank you. Does well in a vase, some aphids, zero black spot. If you live in the humid South I highly recommend.

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Michelle P.
caroline de monaco

It is a beautiful rose with cream look to it , nice bloom , healthy plant.

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thaihaze
great rose

Produces beautiful roses of white, light cream, and pale yellow color. Haven't had any shades of pink yet. Planted in April. Is less than a foot tall and has been producing blooms small to small-medium size since the first week of June. Very impressed, especially with how well the plant handles the Texas heat and humidity (Houston).

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