Hundred-leaved Rose (Rosa centifolia)
Origin : Garden (Netherlands)
Environment : on dry to moist soil
Climate : warm, cool, cold
The Hundred-leaved Rose, also known as Centifolia, was originated at the end of the 16th century as a hybrid of several other roses in the Netherlands. It is known for its vigor, fragrance and many filled white to dark-red petals, which are used in pot-pourris, when dried.
Model 1 specs: 1 meter
Model 2 specs: 1.5 meters
Model 3 specs: 2 meters