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Roses - Gallica Roses - Versicolor (syn. Rosa Mundi)

Versicolor (syn. Rosa Mundi)
90-120cm (3-4 ft)

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Versicolor (syn. Rosa Mundi)
First recorded in England in the 16th Century. A sport from Rosa Gallica maxima, forming a similar bushy plant up to 120cm (4 ft). high. Well clothed in foliage and bearing a long succession of large loose petalled, brilliant light crimson blooms. Heavily striped and splashed with pink. Of great garden value.

Available bare root annually from November to April.

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Rosa Mundi
Breeder: R. Gallica variegata