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Roses - Shrub Roses - Madame Hardy

Madame Hardy
120-150cm (4-5 ft)
Very fragrant

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Madame Hardy
The blooms are really sumptuous. Very full, petalled like a Camelia with incurved centre and revealing a tiny green eye. They are large, pure white but sometimes creamy blush on opening. One of the most lovely old roses in existence.

Available from November to April subject to a minimum of ten plants per variety a cost of £125 delivered within mainland UK.

Breeder: Hardy
Year: 1832