Thérèse Bugnet
Thérèse Bugnet
Thérèse Bugnet
Thérèse Bugnet
Thérèse Bugnet

Thérèse Bugnet

$50 Regular price
Tag or Stake
  • Fragrance
  • Partial Shade
  • Thornless/Nearly Thornless

TOP SELLER! With the beauty of a Damask Rose, Thérése Bugnet has 4” blossoms with 30+, old-fashioned, ruffled petals in lilac pink. This repeat bloomer offers up a spicy fragrance that can vary from mild to very strong. Her blooms are produced on nearly thornless canes, featuring softer prickles.

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Rose Type Rugosa
Bloom Type Full
Characteristic Fragrance, Partial Shade, Thornless/Nearly Thornless
Color Pink
Specific Color Lilac pink
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 3 (-40° to -30°), 4 (-30° to -20°), 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 1950
Approximate Size 4' x 4'

Thérèse Bugnet

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Black Stake
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Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
Effortless hardy rose in 5b

Of all the roses I’ve tried and heartbreak I’ve endured as a Zone 5b gardener, finally—a winter hardy rose that doesn’t disappoint! Despite what it says here, Therese DOES have thorns on the bottom of her canes, but I find they help protect her against rabbits. And ‘yes’ Japanese beetles will find her but not as devastated as the lighter-colored roses. I’m a Master Gardener and can say that if you want a rose that performs, that endures, that grows like a beast and even accepts bad pruning from errant lawnmowers (sigh!) give her a try. She doesn’t need a lot of babying but DOES need to have her fast-growing canes secured horizontally or else all you’ll get it a tall plant with flowers on the top. But, even THAT growth habit gets compliments!

Sandra Short
Lovely rose

I love my Therese Bugnet. She is own root with a fountain shape, beautiful red canes that brighten the garden in winter, and very disease resistant. I nearly killed her when I cut back Mimosa sprouts next to her and applied brush killer to the stumps. The roots must have transfered the poison to the rose roots next to it.(The Mimosa is gone!) I have stopped using that method to kill unwanted plants. Therese nearly died , but young sprouts came up and after two years is starting to look healthy. The Japanese Beetles love her blooms, but she just keeps setting buds.

karen rudy
Hardy and vigorour

This is a lovely old fashioned rose. Varries with stripped colors , few thorns. I know it will get bigger and have more abundant roses as the years go past. I LOVE the old roses.

Lovely rose though a little exuberant but with a rose, that’s not a bad thing at all! .

Such a nice rose that just does its thing with out a lot of fuss and muss. Its exuberance varies on the soil and location and if it’s really happy. Reminds me of my grandmother’s old fashion roses. The fragrance does vary, but not unlike other fragrant plants do. Sometimes you smell them in the morning, other times it’s late afternoon, and for some roses it depends on the weather and heat of the particular part of the season. I love the restricted thorns. Slamming into a strong thorned rose can make you say naughty words🫣😳, where with Thérèse Bugnet, it’s more of a soft landing and lets you keep your religion. The other thing is the varying color and even shape, ruffles, and petals. It’s dark pink, then soft baby pink and everywhere in between and sometimes it’s ruffles and other times it looks more flat and less petals, almost like a ruffled single. Altogether, an interesting and pleasant old fashion sweetie.

One of my favorites

I got this beautiful Rose some years ago from Heirloom and it’s growing and blooming continuously. As mentioned in other reviews it grows suckers but I dig them out and plant them somewhere else or just mow them down, so no problem at all. Now I have to think about cutting it back a little bit since it’s growing over my head. Blooms first in spring, then it stops for a while before some more blooms show up. Besides me the Japanese beetles love them too which is rather annoying.

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