This strongly fragrant Damascena rose has semi-double blooms with a diameter of 6 cm and filled with pink and/or white petals, mixed on the same plant, and for this reason it has been chosen as a symbol for the peace achieved at the end of the Wars of the Roses, a series of English civil wars fought between the House of the York, whose symbol was a white rose, and the House of Lancaster, associated with a red rose. The plant grows large and very bushy, even in semi-shaded areas, to a height and spread of 180 cm. Selected before 1551.
|York and Lancaster – R. Damascena Versicolor
|A Damascena rose with a pink and white colour, fragrant and semi-shade tolerant.
vaso 2,4 Litri