Peter Mayle
Peter Mayle™
Peter Mayle

Peter Mayle™

$50 Regular price
Tag or Stake
  • Cutting
  • Fragrance
  • Partial Shade

This deep pink Hybrid Tea offers much versatility as a potted rose or in the garden. He has a strong, old rose fragrance flowing gently from continually blooming, 4.5" flowers. An eye-catching color will draw you in, and his versatility makes him a must-grow rose! If grown in pots, we suggest winter protection.

More Information

Rose Type Hybrid Tea
Alternate Name(s) First Blush, Gift Of Grace, Lolita Lempicka
Bloom Type Full, Cupped
Breeder Code MEIzincaro
Characteristic Cutting, Fragrance, Partial Shade
Color Pink
Specific Color Deep Pink
Fragrance Exceptionally Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1998
Approximate Size 4-6' X 3'

Peter Mayle™

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Truly exceptionally fragrant

He only gets about 5 hours of morning sun yet he still thrives. He has a heavy floral scent, no blackspot (so far)and the blooms are huge!

P. Martinez
Peter Mayle Rose

I live in zone 8 North Washington state.
Our first Peter Mayle rose grew nearly 7 feet tall with 5-6 inch flowers last summer 2023. It has the most beautiful fragrance and is the healthiest of all our roses. I love it so much my husband ordered two more last year. We planted them late summer one grew about a foot and gave roses, the other we planted in an area where the ground is sandy it did not grow as well so we will transplant it this year.

Our weather in the summer is inconsistent sometimes more rain or sun than others. This plant has survived it all and while it blooms more some summers than others it still blooms and is beautiful.

The blooms grow at the mid to upper top of plant.
It is a hardy plant and one I can count on giving plenty of blooms, love it!

Rachel E
Will never order from anywhere else!!

I planted 19 roses from Heirloom Roses in 2023. My roses were in the ground 6/21, and I had my first bloom 6/29 (Marmalade Skies). By 7/16 (yesterday), all 19 plants have at least 1 bud - about half are actively blooming. One of my Earth Angel plants was two bare sticks when planted, and now is full of foliage with multiple buds. Everyone is shocked at how quickly and prolifically these roses are growing. All of the blooms so far have been small and the colors are not quite what they will eventually be, but this is to be expected. The more blooms each plant has, the closer to the picture they are getting. I cannot wait to see my rose garden next summer - and many summers to come!

I am in the PNW, zone 8b. I underestimated how large a 2'x2' hole was, lots of digging. I used the Get Growing Bundle with manure, mint compost, bone meal, and fish fertilizer. Mixed natural soil with peat moss and organic rose soil. Set up a drip irrigation system which gives plants 1 gal per morning during these hot months, will back off as the plants establish.

Seafoam (3) - 1 is covered in white blooms, 2 covered in buds
Marmalade Skies (3) - 2 bushes covered in blooms, 1 covered in buds
Charles Darwin (2) - buds on both
Playboy (2) - 2 blooms on 1, buds on other
Dancing in the Wind (2) - 1 covered in blooms, 1 budding
Bonica (2) - both blooming
Earth Angel (2) - buds just starting
Peter Mayle (1) - first bloom was almost white!
Celestial Night (2) - small buds on both

Tracey W.

I bought this rose last year, because I believed it would stand the heat in our Texas zone 9A. It bloomed first year even after we moved to zone 8B! Dug up transplanted this past fall and it was gorgeous! It's also overwintering here well. Can't wait to see Peter in action this Spring!

JoAnn L.
Great rose

In its second year this rose is covered in buds, even though it’s not very tall. Good fragrance as well. It gets lots of sun.

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