An apt name of a rose that is the colour of the finest french lace. Rich cream, occasionally with a blush of lemon, they show perfect exhibition form buds and blooms which make excellent cut flowers, most popular for wedding bouquets and table centres. French Lace is a strong growing bush which can be used as low hedges, individual plantings or excellent as a standard.
Repeat flowers October to May.
0.75 metres high & wide.
French Lace won the AARS Award for “Best Rose of The Year 1982.”
Bred by Jackson and Perkins of USA.