'Chartreuse de Parme' rose References
Website/Catalog (4 Sep 2020) Includes photo(s).
Chartruse de Parme Delbard 2012 A highly fragrant rose, coupled with its rich purple/blueberry coloured flowers shaped as beautiful old-world double cupped blooms, oozes richness and class. Fragrance is perfume of fruitiness, citrus, lilac, rose and spices. Lovely cut flower. Reaching 1.5m.
Website/Catalog (4 Sep 2016)
Chartreuse de Parme™ is famous for two things; her huge fragrance and her amazing rich purple/blueberry coloured flowers – a floral display of colour few roses could match, Chartreuse de Parme™ oozes richness with its double blooms. A heady perfume of fruitiness, citrus, lilac, rose and spices all hit you with your first inhale. The foliage also matches the blooms shades with a bluish tone to the deep green. Grows approximately 100 – 120cm high.
Book (2003) Page(s) Table 20.
Awards at International Rose Trials of Geneva...
1996 Most Fragrant Rose 'Chartreuse de Parme', Hybrid Tea, Delbard
Magazine (1998) Page(s) 86. Vol 92, part 3.
Colin Horner. 1997 International Trials at St. Albans.
Chartreuse de Parme (Delviola) (1892). Large-flowered l(Hybrid Tea); fuchsia-purple, lighter reverse; bears many double blooms; growth upright and bushy; 2 1/2 - 4ft. Scent very good. 'Yves Piaget' x 'Nuit d'Orient'. Delbard, France.