Portland Roses

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The Portland Roses are a small group of old roses closely related to Damask Roses, but they are more frequently perpetual and smaller, making them well-suited to small gardens. They are also distinguished by short peduncles, so the flowers appear to emerge from the foliage. These charming bushes, like the famous Jacques Cartier and Comte de Chambord, offer highly fragrant roses and have foliage that is less susceptible to diseases.

What remains of the original Portland rose? Its origin was and remains a mystery. It is adorned with semi-double flowers of a very bright carmine pink and intensely fragrant. In its original form, it already existed in 1803. Portland roses are very hardy, floriferous, and easy to grow. For all these reasons, they have their place in our modern gardens.

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