Cramoisi Superier introduced into commerce in 1832 is a very fine rose bush. Medium double, cupped blooms cover this bush almost all the time. This is a very healthy plant and is easily rooted which probably accounts for the fact that it can be found in most old Southern gardens. Unless it is shaded a great deal of the time, the bush grows upright, slowly reaching its mature height between three to four feet. The blooms that cover the plant have an almost slivery sheen to them, making them almost sparkle in the early morning light as they give off an almost fruity scent. This is a wonderful shrub that can be the cornerstone of any landscape design.
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