‘Belle Amour’ RoseRosa damascena 4-5' x 3-4' Original parentage unknown. Introduced 1950. Discovered growing on a convent wall in Elboeuf, Normandy, by Nancy Lindsay.
Highly fragrant myrrh-scented flowers. Semi-double cupped blooms have loosely crinkled soft salmony pink petals surrounding bright yellow stamens. The light shades of the petals resemble alba but foliage and thorns generally place it with the Damasks. Some place it with gallica hybrids. We recommend placing it in your garden. Z4. (9-18" bare-root plants)
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