Mme. Jules Gravereaux (OGR)
As a cut flower this rose has no superior. The long and pointed buds open to very large, very double, very full flesh-peach blooms that are compact and sometimes quartered.Yellow overtones ar apparent when the blooms have opened fully. It is a bushy, lanky plant with lush, large, dark, glossy foliage that can reach 12 feet in height and prefers dry, warm weather. She was named for the wife of an administrator of a large Paris department store. Climbing Teas along with Noisettes make outstanding climbers because of their grace of growth habit.