Champlain

Type: Hardy

Shrub rose form, arguably the most beautiful among the Explorer Series, Champlain is a true gem of a rose with petals of dark velvety red that deepen even further at the petal tips. This rose is continually blooming from spring until frost, and will form round orange hips after blooms have ended. Blooms are fully double, measure 2 1/2 to 3", petal count is 30, and foliage is very resistant to disease and insects.

Availability: In stock

$38.00
(Gallon Pot)

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Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU HR118
Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score 8.5
Bloom Type Cupped, Double
Breeder Code Kordesii Rose
Characteristics Breeder, Fragrance, Hips
Specific Color Dark Red
Country of Origin Canada
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 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°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 3-4' X 3-4'
Year 1982

Reviews

Customer Reviews (4)

Continuous Bloomer Tolerant of Southern HeatReview by Danielle
Rating
Zone 7a. This is my first rose, and I am very pleased with it! I planted this rose in my front garden, where it gets probably 8-10 hours of direct sunlight daily, in mid-May. The heat of the summer has burned a few leaves, but otherwise the rose seems to have thrived. It's now on its third blooming cycle since the beginning of June. The flowers are deep red when they first open, and fade to a bright magenta over time. And there are so many of them! Each cycle, it produces 20+ blooms over a few weeks in concentrated bursts. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it overwinters well, and I'm excited to see how the hips turn out. (Posted on 9/18/2018)
Great RoseReview by Jack
Rating
My zone 4 Champlain Rose is doing great and has lots of roses on it.
Planted in the Champlain Valley of New York (Posted on 8/21/2018)
Another Canadian winnerReview by Mountain Rose
Rating
Zone 4b-5a. Champlain is the first rose I planted here in Black Hills in mid-1990's. It's never shown a speck of disease, and it blooms in clusters continuously all summer. The only reason I can't give it all 5 stars is the lack of fragrance.
(Posted on 3/3/2018)
Hardy deep red constant bloomer. Review by Happy gardener
Rating
I love this Happy bloomer. It does beautifully in my northern Michigan garden. It blooms almost all summer and creates gourgeous red clusters in my bouquets. (Posted on 10/20/2017)

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