|Bred to have perfect, exquisitely-formed buds and long cuttable stems, the base of the plants tend to be bare and have somewhat angular top growth. Because of their pruning and maintenance requirements, and for easy viewing, many gardeners grow them in formal rose beds. They are also grown in natrual- or casual-style gardens. While leaving them accessible for pruning and care, mix them with other shrubs and perennials to hide their awkward shapes. Easy to find, nurseries, hardware stores and some grocery stores sell them in spring.
It bears the heritage of the earliest garden roses, the Gallicas, brought to France in 1830. Very fragrant double blossoms open with stripes of pale pink to almost white, age to purple and lavender. Flower stems grow relatively short on upright, arching canes.
Attributes - Rosa 'Camaieux'
Plant Type: Rose
Bloom Season: Mid Spring through Late Spring
Flower Color: Pink, White
Height: 3 ft. to 4 ft.
Width: 4 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun
Climate: Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Notes: Container Plants, Cut Flowers, Fragrant, Showy Flowers. Susceptible to Aphids, Black Spot, Powdery Mildew, Rust, Spider Mites.
Rosa 'Apricot Nectar', Rosa 'Bewitched', Rosa 'Brandy', Rosa 'Camelot', Rosa 'Deuil de Paul Fontaine', Rosa 'Double Delight', Rosa 'Elizabeth of Glamis', Rosa 'Fragrant Cloud', Rosa 'Friendship', Rosa 'Gold Medal', Rosa 'Iceberg', Rosa 'John F. Kennedy', Rosa 'Just Joey', Rosa 'Robusta', Rosa 'Lady X', Rosa 'Lanvin', Rosa 'Love', Rosa 'Mister Lincoln', Rosa 'Olympiad', Rosa 'Oregold', Rosa 'Paradise', Rosa 'Peace', Rosa 'Perfume Delight', Rosa 'Pristine', Rosa 'Queen Elizabeth', Rosa 'Royal Highness', Rosa 'Sheer Bliss', Rosa 'Sutter's Gold', Rosa 'Sweet Surrender', Rosa 'Talisman', Rosa 'Tiffany', Rosa 'Tournament of Roses', Rosa 'Voodoo'