Lamarque - Introduced into commerce in 1830, a cross between 'Blush Noisette' and Park's Yellow Tea, this rose exhibits the finest points of its two parents. It can either be grown as a climber or it has a lovely cascading effect, flowing over the high rock wall of a raised bed. As the medium, double blossoms open a light touch of yellow highlights the base of each white petal, as if an artist with a brush painstakingly highlighted each one. Under the right conditions, soil and water, this bush can grow to 20 feet. However in the alkaline soil of the hill country, during a drought, the best one can hope for is eight to ten feet. The clean fragrance of the blossoms that continue to open up to and including Christmas Day make this rose also an important addition to your landscape.
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