CL Devoniensis

Type: Climbing Roses

Also known as 'Magnolia Rose' and 'Victoria'. Blooms easily and profusely with buds that are tinged red and open to very large, white blooms with yellow centers. The inner petals are curled and there is a strong Tea or lemon fragrance. Brilliant dark green foliage covers the long canes. It repeats from spring until autumn.

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Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) Magnolia Rose, Victoria
Specifc ARS Score 7.8
Bloom Type Fully Double
Breeder Code No
Characteristics No
Specific Color Cream/tinged yellow
Country of Origin England
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°), 11 (above 40°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 10-15' x 7'
Year 1858


Customer Reviews (2)

It bloomed!Review by Erica
I don't seem to be able to edit my review above, so I wanted to review the plant for its flowers. This is by far my favorite of all of my roses. The scent really does resemble that of a magnolia and with magnolia being my favorite scent, this rose takes the cake. It has bloomed in breathtaking profusion along my fenceline and because it gets afternoon sun there, on a hot summer afternoon the area gets heady with Devoniensis' perfume. The flowers are exactly as pictured above; creamy white with a faint pink tinge to the center. No trouble with the humidity here in central VA USDA Zone 7. (Posted on 1/22/2018)
Vigorous grower, no blooms yetReview by Erica
I haven't had my Devoniensis but for a year and a half so I haven't experienced the blooms yet. I did want to weigh in on the vigor of the plant, though. When I first planted it alongside my picket fence, I had a small cage to protect it from rabbits and deer. I don't know what happened to it, but the leaves turned black, then the stems, and slowly it died back to seemingly nothing. I was so disappointed because I was looking forward to seeing it scramble over our fence and brighten up the front yard. I decided to leave it in place just in case there was "a little life in the roots." I am so glad that I did because this past spring (2013) it sprang up like mad! It covered an entire 4 ft high, 5 ft wide section of my fence and is starting to branch out the other direction, too. At the very least I can say it's a hardy thing and grew very well this season. Maybe next year I'll get to experience the blooms. (Posted on 12/12/2013)

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