3-4' x same. A sport of FJ Grootendorst (Rosa rugosa x Mme. Norbert Lavavasseur) Skinner, Canada, 1908.
Small lightly fragrant quarter-sized red blooms are fringed like carnations. Very unusual and attractive with a long bloom season, often going until frost.
Small foliage is deeper green than the standard Grootendorst. Upright arching yet compact form. We think this little rose is quite cunning. Rugged, too. Ours survived bushhog and trampling horse hooves alike—we’ve since moved it to a safer spot on the farm. Z3. (9-18" bare-root plants)
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Plant crowns 4–6' apart, in a large well-fertilized hole, in an area with at least 4–6 hrs of sun per day.