Citiscape® Bordeaux™

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 5 STARS! Bordeaux is a compact rose with an abundance of fluttery, wine-red, double, 3 1/2" flowers. He is extremely floriferous and repeats well. Bordeaux is heat tolerant, disease resistant, and has a light raspberry-rose fragrance with notes of citrus. He makes an excellent addition to a cutting garden in zones 4-9. 

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Rose Type Floribunda
Bloom Types Very Full, Cupped
Breeder Code KORelamba
Characteristic(s) Pots
Color Red
Specific Color Deep Red
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 4 (-30° to -20°), 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2017
Approximate Size 3' x 2'

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Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Bloom machine

I purchased this for my dad who has a small outdoor balcony space (zone 6b) and loves roses. This is his first year with it and the plant is healthy and is a bloom machine! It’s in a pot with only a few hours of afternoon sun and it is thriving! The flowers are beautiful! Color is true to the pictures here. He is very happy with it and I’d recommend it to anyone with a small space and minimal sun.

Betty Gurschke
Happy New Rose

I planted Citiscape the first of June,2023, and it has 3 open blooms and buds. It has grown nicely in height and foliage is nice and disease free. Roses are small at this point but nicely shaped and a good red color. The rose is fed with fish fertilizer and I really like it. I am at the edge of zone 5 but, I order zone 4 roses for winter hardiness. It remains to be seen how the roses will do through our tough winter weather. I really appreciate the own root roses. I have several from Heirloom and have not been disappointed.

David S.
Fabulous! But I'm worried

I received these exactly as described, and they have been absolutely tremendous. But the rain we missed in early/late Spring has decided to dump upon us here this fall (Late Sept, Early Oct), in Rockford, IL. So the buds are starting to droop - I suspect too much water. The drainage is excellent, but these are new roses with about 3+ weeks in the ground. So I'm worried they're getting too much water and as good as the drainage is, the roses aren't getting enough time to dry up a bit before being doused again. Not a problem with Heirloom, but they are SO beautiful I'd hate to lose them to these persistent downpours.

Elisabeth C.

This rose is amazing! We have a young cut flower garden (two years old!) with 48 rose bushes and our first year Bordeaux put out more blooms than any other rose except our second year Lichfield Angel. The nonstop blooms are so lovely and the plant is already waist high with a three foot diameter. The blooms do shatter easily if let on the plant too long but they last for days as a cut flower. Can't wait to see how many roses she puts out once she's matured!

Papia R.
Best performer in my garden!

I would give this rose 10 stars if I could. Bought two of these roses from HR besides many other varieties and they are the best performers in my garden. They are extremely cold tolerant. I live in Chicago (zone 6A) where temperatures can drop as low as -31 degrees in January but they always come back in Spring with more vigour than the previous year. They are also very disease resistant. I have had them for years now and have never seen any black spots on them. But here's their best feature - they are power bloomers. From late June to July they explode into bright red blooms and continue blooming until mid Fall. Needless to say, I love them!

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