Cordwalles Centenery Rose

Selecting a rose for boys to identify with it needs to have a strong colour, be rugged and easy to grow. A crossing of two of Ludwig’s personal favourites, the long-stemmed cut rose, ‘Garden Pavilion’ and ‘Playboy’ a tough floribunda.

It is tall growing, pretty thorny, but always producing lovely scented blooms of a glowing orange vermilion that takes on a brown hue when the flowers have opened.

This rose was named for the centenary celebrations of the Cordwalles Boys’School in Pietermaritzburg.

Plant Height: Shoulder Height
Colours: Brown , Vermillion , Copper
Uses: Bedding, Cut-flowers

R155.00

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Cordwalles Centenery Rose

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Selecting a rose for boys to identify with it needs to have a strong colour, be rugged and easy to grow. A crossing of two of Ludwig’s personal favourites, the long-stemmed cut rose, ‘Garden Pavilion’ and ‘Playboy’ a tough floribunda.

It is tall growing, pretty thorny, but always producing lovely scented blooms of a glowing orange vermilion that takes on a brown hue when the flowers have opened.

This rose was named for the centenary celebrations of the Cordwalles Boys’School in Pietermaritzburg.

Plant Height: Shoulder Height
Colours: Brown , Vermillion , Copper
Uses: Bedding, Cut-flowers

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Weight 4.5 kg
Dimensions 25 × 25 × 45 cm
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