Honorine de Brabant
Honorine de Brabant
Honorine de Brabant

Honorine de Brabant

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Honorine de Brabant, discovered in 1916, is one of the most popular of the old, striped roses blooming pale pink to lilac, striped with purple and crimson. Her flowers smell of a delightful raspberry and are produced in great numbers in both fall and spring with a scattering in summer months. Honorine de Brabant is a large, bushy plant with double cupped and quartered blooms set against light green foliage. She thrives in zones 6-10.

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Rose Type Bourbons
SKU BO405 GALLON
Bloom Type Double
Color Blend/Multi-Color
Specific Color light pink to lilac striped purple and crimson
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 1916
Approximate Size 6' x 4'

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Lesly V.
10b Honorine de Brabant

What a great rose. About ten years ago I planted her on a shady hill at the side of the house. I basically forgot her. She is disease free and produces gorgeous roses. Definitely a keeper.

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PAT M.
Left in small pot

Ignored. She grew into the ground took off and blooms her foolish head off with her splashy striped blooms. Never balls in my misty mornings no disease just beautiful blooms abundant. The old girl has earned her place in garden history. Tough as nails

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connecticut girl
best rose ever

I cannot get over this rose..i planted her 1 1/2 years ago and she is huge..so many blooms, so beautiful a flower...she is in my top 5: mutablilis, souvenir de la malmaison,
Abraham Darby, reine de violettes...plus duchess de Brabant, cornelia,penelope, and
jude the obscure. cecile brunner etc...I could go on and on...but this rose's growing pattern is amazing...I look forward to this spring.

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Alison_8b
Very nice blooms...

This rose was a slow grower for me in my gulf coast FL garden. I really don't think she likes the weather here. She produced 2 blooms for me the entire 2 years I've had her. She was planted in full sun, watered and fed adequately- and for that she is very healthy, but just didn't want to bloom. The two blooms she did have were stunning though! And they did smell good, like fruity rose. I wish this rose worked out for me but I learned bourbon roses do not like the Southeast. I sent her to a friend in NY and I hope she does lovely there. I will be replacing her with David Austin Teasing Georgia from Heirloom since I love this companies quality of roses and they have great customer service!

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