'Madame Sancy de Parabère' rose Description
Photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
Medium pink Large-Flowered Climber.
Exhibition name: Madame Sancy de Parabère
Bred by Unknown
Discovered by Bonnet
Boursault, Climber, Large-Flowered Climber.
Light pink. Moderate, clove fragrance. Average diameter 5". Medium to large, semi-double to double, flat, open bloom form. Occasional repeat later in the season.
Climbing, thornless (or almost). Blue-green foliage.
Height of 13' to 15' (395 to 455 cm). Width of 10' (305 cm).
USDA zone 6b through 9b (default). Hardy. very vigorous. shade tolerant.
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Charlotte Lavinie Lefebvre-Desnouettes, Madame de Sancy-Parabère (November 2, 1815 - September 30, 1887 Château de Boran) was a Countess and a Dame d'Honneur of Empress Eugènie, wife of Napoléon III.
According to "Journal de la Société Centrale d'Horticulture" Mr. Bonnet discovered an unknown rose which he passed on to M. Ferdinand Jamin in 1873. He proposes to name this rose, at least temporarily, Madame de Sancy de Parabère.
'Mme Sancy de Parabère' is stated to be identical to 'Inermis Morletti' by some authors.