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  Prickles's Veilchenblau x 1 Blooming

Plant: Rose (Rosa) | Variety: Veilchenblau

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Classed as a rambler rather than a climber, by Schmidt (1909). Almost thornless, up to 4m. Once flowering (spring). As the name suggests the colour is violet/blue, though blue is stretching it a bit far but still a difficult colour to describe.

Parentage: ‘Crimson Rambler’ x ‘Errinerung an Brod’.

[information from ‘Roses’ by Roger Phillips & Martyn Rix]




Planting Data

Rose (3137)
Veilchenblau (9)



  • 15 May 2012

    Blooming day 6224

    I love this rose, it is a survivor. Forget to water it, it rewards you with a flower.

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  • Bernieh

    Bernieh wrote:


    Posted on 15 May 12 (almost 3 years ago)

  • poppyde

    poppyde wrote:

    Spring (and autumn?)

    Posted on 15 May 12 (almost 3 years ago)

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