Paul Neyron. The beautiful and
fragrant rose blooms on this plant are so full and heavy they tend to bow the slimmer
canes. The full, round buds top the end of each cane like perfect finials and then open to
huge, cabbage sized roses. This process happens all during the growing season. If your
great grandmother or grandmother grew a 'cabbage rose' this is probably the one she had
even though it is not the true R. centifolia (Cabbage Rose). The roses on this plant can
measure 6 to 7 inches wide and have the same fullness. The canes grow vertically unless
they are weighted down with a bloom. The plant grows 4 - 6 feet. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
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