Reaching heights of 12-15’, Lamarque is a wonderfully fragrant, fully double, rosette with 4” blooms of pure white shading to lemon-yellow at the center. This Noisette was bred in 1830 in France and is a vigorous, repeat-blooming Climber or large Shrub. Set him up against a fence, wall, or large trellis, and watch him take off! Lamarque’s blooms are borne on long, cutting stems and emit a delightful, lemon-tea fragrance. This rose prefers warmer climates, so only plant in zones 7 or higher to guarantee success.
|Alternate Name(s)||Atmore Lamarque, Camelliana, Glengallon Rose, Maréchal|
|Bloom Types||Clustered, Cupped, Flat|
|Specific Color||White with yellow undertones|
|Hardiness Zone||7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)|
|Approximate Size||10' - 11'+ x 10' - 11'+|