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First Crush™ Parfuma® Rose

First Crush™ Parfuma® Rose

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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Product Description

First CrushParfuma® Rose
Floribunda rose with a double petal count and exceptionally fragrant blooms on an bushy plant with an arching habit.  High-centered buds open into nostalgic cups.  Continual bloomer with delicate pastel flowers.

Fragrance:

only scent circle_first crushThis rose has an exhilarating and distinct perfume with its top notes reminding one of fine champagne and the fresh air after a summer rain. These scents are infused with the fresh scent of lemon verbena. When the bloom is fully open sweet plum notes predominate with lingering notes of ripe apricot. To this wonderful array of scents add a touch of powdery vanilla, heliotrope and young elder flowers that complete the rose fragrance.

Peak Fragrance:  In the afternoon.

Denomination KORmaccap
Synonyms Constanze Mozart
Patent No. PP 25,688
Collection Parfuma®
Class Floribunda
Color Light Cream Pink
Growth Habit Upright, 3.5-4′ high x 3′ wide
Awards Gold Medal – Kortrijk, Belgium Rose Trials 2015

Certificate of Merit 2015, Belfast Trials, Northern Ireland

1 review for First Crush™ Parfuma® Rose

  1. 5 out of 5

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    The first thing I notice about this rose is the scent. The bush is kind of awkward, but I take it home. Then I truly begin to fall in love, with every note and nuance of it’s fine scent. Somehow it’s color befits it’s personality, like a shy puppy, it’s always there to enjoy. The flowers have a charming awkward shape, their smell lingers for days after they are picked or even dried. The bush is healthy, no leaves are dropped, and the canes have well survived its first winter down to zero degrees. This has been a mild winter in a zone 5 Ohio garden. Plants are healthy 2′ tall their first year. Growth has been an upright open V. The pictures above are a good representation. And the scent, I really just loved- not heavy, not old rose, but fresh and beautiful and definitely there to enjoy.

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