The once-flowering Rosa sempervirens-Hybrid ‘Adélaide d’Orléans’ (Jacques, 1826) growing on a trellis arch at the Rosarium Glücksburg.

In a very short time, the once-flowering Rosa sempervirens-Hybrid ‘Adélaide d’Orléans’ (Jacques, 1826) will wrap every rose arch in its soft embrace. In this image taken by Leif to Baben at the Rosarium Glücksburg, it has come into bloom on a Classic Garden Elements ‘Bagatelle’ rose arch. Famous English rosarian David Austin writes about ‘Adélaide d’Orléans’ as follows:
„A very beautiful and elegant rambler, with small, pink buds opening to semi-double flowers, which quickly fade from cream to white. They are held in small, dainty sprays, hanging gracefully from the branch rather like the blooms of a Japanese cherry. The growth is very lax and not too vigorous, making it an easy variety to train. It is very healthy and also has the benefit of being almost evergreen.“

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