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Planted at Mount Vernon

Planted at Mount Vernon Upper Garden

  • Upper Garden

  • Hardiness Zones

    4 4 5 5b 6 6b 7 7b 8 8b USDA basemap

    Average annual extreme minimum temperature 1976-2005

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    This Gallica class rose is full-flowered with luscious petals of a deep crimson. It has fragrant flowers in the spring.

    Latin Name

    Rosa gallica 'Charles de Mills'


    Family

    Rosaceae


    Type of Plant

    Shrubs Shrubs
    Roses Roses

    Bloom Season

    May

    Seasons

    Spring Spring

    Specifications

    Max height Max Height: 5'
    Max spread Max Spread: 5'

    Uses

  • Flower Border

  • Sunlight Exposure

    Full Sun Full Sun

    Colors


    Native Range

    Central and southern Europe


    History

    The Charles de Mills rose has been known in cultivation since approximately 1790.


    Other Details

    Pollinator Pollinator

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