Blush Noisette (Antique)
The original Noisette rose, a seeding of ‘Champney’s Pink Cluster’, the cross between a China and R. moschata, , raised before 1817 by Noisette.It makes a loose bush of 5 feet or can be trained up a wall. The flowers come in clusters, produced continuously and sweetly scented of cloves. It is often seen on pillars or as a hedge. The rose, which is vigorous and healthy and continues to bloom into autumn, grows well in light shade. Redoute has portrayed it as Rosa noisettiana.