Bare Rooted Rose
Please note this product is a bare rooted rose for delivery in Winter 2021 only.
(Korjupvio) – A Silver Medal winner at the National Rose Trials and the People’s Choice award of 2019. The magnificent, fully double blooms in a pink mauve is enhanced by a rich, complex fragrance of Apple and Litchi, finishing in creamy geranium and leaving the nose with a soft rose scent. A must have addition to the Parfuma collection with its upright growth and the famous Kordes health.
Height to 80cm and 50cm wide.
Awarded Most Fragrant Rose of Trial, Silver Medal and People’s Choice Award at the 2019 Australian National Rose Trial Garden awards in Adelaide.
This rich and complex fragrance will welcome you with citric-fruity chords of litchi and apple in the head note. The heart note is mild and round. It will change into a creamy-soapy chord of geranium and fill the nose with a soft rose scent. The base surprises with a slightly savoury flavour. The mixture of tingling, slightly sharp flavour reminds of earthy notes and patchouli. This very interesting aspects will give the certain specialness to the constant floral character of this fragrance.
Maximal intensity of fragrance: at noon, in the evening
|Kordes’ Collections||Parfuma® Collection|
|Awards||Most Fragrant Rose of Trial, Silver Medal and People’s Choice Award at the 2019 Australian National Rose Trial Garden awards in Adelaide|
|Features & Growth Habit|
|Treloar’s Health Rating||4 Star Health Rating|
|Growth Height (approximate only)||80cm tall and 50cm wide|
|Rose Type||Floribunda Rose|
|Borders & Hedges||Yes|
|Planting In Pots||Yes|
|Disclaimer||Every care is taken to provide accurate descriptions and information on each variety. Please note that characteristics will vary depending on the growing conditions. The information provided below may not be completely accurate for your climate or growing conditions.|
The colour images and descriptions are to be used as a guide only. Every care is taken to accurately describe growth habits and reproduce the correct colour in images. However, other factors such as Australia’s varied climatic conditions, seasons and soil type can affect blooming and rose growth.