This is the “BelleGibert” rose. Its progenitors are two very hardy strains.
Its capacity to withstand freezing winters comes from its grandparents Dakota Lu and the famous Shaggy.
Its generous blooms and wine-like fragrance come from its French forebearer Les Hugenots.
This combination of traits make for spectacular blooming habits. BelleGibert gives armloads of perfect blossoms beginning in early spring and is ever-blooming through fall. This magnificent specimen needs no special care, just your attention when you stroll through the garden.
As snow falls one can almost hear a gentle humming that seems to emanate from BelleGibert. Another glorious season awaits inside its generous heart.