Cornelia

Type: Hybrid Musk

A delightful Hybrid Musk of delicate beauty producing arching trusses of 2 1/2" double, rosette shaped blooms of apricot-copper aging to apricot shaded pink. The flowers are very fragrant. A strong growing continual blooming shrub having few thorns with glossy, dark green foliage. Petals 30.

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(Gallon Pot)

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Additional Info

SKU HM472
Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score No
Bloom Type Clustered, Fully Double
Breeder Code No
Characteristics Shade
Specific Color Apricot/Shaded Pink
Country of Origin England
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant Yes
Approximate Size 5' X 5'
Year 1925

Reviews

Customer Reviews (7)

Eager to watch my young Cornelia flourish in coming years.Review by Linda
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I've only had this rose for a short time, less than a year, but love it already and looking forward to it "growing up" and becoming a focal point in my small yard. It's super healthy looking and I can't wait to see it mature! (Posted on 7/29/2017)
cornelia roseReview by der
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One of the prettiest climbing roses I have,climbing on a trellis.as pretty as a picture.have not noticed a fragrance yet (Posted on 6/14/2017)
Brightens Shady SpotsReview by Jill
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Purchased for a shady corner (under trees) and it did not disappoint! Has textbook arching sprays with continual pale blooms - very charming. Purchased another for the other side of the post - looking forward to a beautiful display when it catches up. Keep area under the canes mulched & it's trouble free. (Posted on 2/3/2017)
Disappointed in RoseReview by Mary
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My rose is of light green leaves and only 1 3/4 diameter flower. I am hoping that the blooms will someday look like the picture. Right now it looks like a minature rose which is either a bud or a flat rose. (Posted on 4/20/2016)
LovelyReview by Seabright
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I've had mine for about 10 years, grown from a Heritage Roses baby. I"ve got it on a pillar, which allows the canes to arch and cascade down. Soft, romantic, fragrant, disease resistant and absolutely lovely. Highly recommended. (Posted on 5/22/2014)
Pretty RoseReview by Becky
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I have had this rose for a year. Slow grower as it is still small but full of pretty blooms. Very disease resistant thus far here in the Puget Sound area of Washington State. Dark pink blossoms opening to pale pink. Reddish thornless canes. Very pretty, sweet rose. I am planning on putting in a few more next year. (Posted on 8/31/2013)
Cascades of PinkReview by Elizabeth
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This is a large rose that reaches about 10' in diameter; 3' tall. It has arching sprays of small pink blossoms held high on the laterals. Do not prune the arching canes -- this ruins the habit of this plant. This rose is a superb candidate for pegging. Good disease resistance in Virginia. I've grown it twice. Give it room to spread and it is fantastic in the mixed border. Very romantic appeal. (Posted on 5/28/2013)

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