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Beverly™ Eleganza® Rose

Beverly™ Eleganza® Rose

4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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Product Description

BeverlyRose
Pink hybrid tea rose with strong fragrance and large blooms with a high-centered bud form.

Fragrance:

beverly_FRAGRANCE_CIRCLEThe scent is intense, yet fresh. The top notes of citrus are present even when the bud is just opening. When the flower is fully open the wonderful heart notes of fresh litchi and white peach predominate with the fragrances of pear, plum and peony also present. The earthy base notes of patchouli and fresh myrtle are faint, but complete the scent experience beautifully.

Maximum Fragrance: At noon.

Denomination KORpauvio
Synonyms Perfume Passion, Pink Perfection, Sophie Davant
Patent No. PP 23,495
Collection Eleganza®
Class Hybrid Tea
Color Pink
Growth Habit Upright, 4′-4.5′ high x 3′ wide
Awards Silver Medal, Hamilton Gardens Award(Best HT) – Gifu, Japan 2014

Most Fragrant & Best HT 2013, Biltmore Trials, Ashville, NC

Golden Rose of the Hague & Gold Certificate in HT 2013, Rose Trials of the Hague, Netherlands

Silver Certificate in HT 2012, Rose Trials of the Hague, Netherlands

Fragrance Awards 2011, Rose Trials of the Hague, Netherlands

 

2 reviews for Beverly™ Eleganza® Rose

  1. 4 out of 5

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    Becoming a favorite in our garden! Abundant 4″ ruffle pink blooms on a tall bush. Very fragrant! Blooms hold well. While not the classic high centered show rose, Beverly shows off in the garden. Good disease resistance. Likes the extra heat we have had in PNW this summer.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Beverly is an awesome rose. It is vigorous, floriferous, and smells great. Despite the fact that I don’t really like pink, she’s won me over as my all around favorite. I have Wedding Bells, too,and side by side comparison would be that Beverly’s blooms mature more quickly, smell way better, but Wedding Bells has more attractive blooms and better disease resistance. Beverly did get blackspot on lower leaves. In her defense she is in a confined spot with low air circulation. I can’t comment on winter hardiness as of yet.

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