'MEIkarouz' rose References
Website/Catalog (1 Apr 2015) Includes photo(s).
Registered Name: 'Meikarouz'
Synonyms: 'Alain Souchon', 'Caruso', 'Royal Red', 'Valentina Casucci '
ARS Approved Exhibition Name: Rouge Royale™
Photo: Cliff Orent HT, rb, 2001, Meilland International; bud ovoid; flowers velvety red, reverse geranium red, 6-7 in., very full, cupped, borne mostly solitary, intense fragrance; recurrent; foliage large, medium green, glossy; prickles moderate, large, slightly concave undersurface; growth upright, medium (5-6 ft.); garden decorative, cutting; hips none ; PP14039. [Charlotte Rampling × (Ambassador × Meicapula)]. Roses in Review: Garden Rating: 7.4 Exhibition Rating: Introductions: The Conard-Pyle Company, 2001, USA. Awards: Perfume Prize, Orléans, 2006
Website/Catalog (1 Apr 2015)
Hybrid tea. Fathers Love Colour: Deep velvety red. Height:150cm x 90cm width. Growing Habits: Double blooms of classic form, centres ruffled and quartered as they open. Powerful full bodied fragrance. Glossy deep green foliage, healthy growth. Additional Information: Var. MEIABELAR. PBR rose supports Freemasons' research into prostrate cancer.
Magazine (Dec 2014) Page(s) 39. Includes photo(s).
The House of Meilland....New for 2014...
Father's Love (var. MEIkarouz) Each dark velvety red bloom is perfectly formed and incredibly fragrant. Robust and healthy, the bush is covered in deep green glossy foliage. Great for garden or pot. Height 1.5m.
Website/Catalog (9 Jul 2012) Includes photo(s).
Father's Love Rose. Var. Meikarouz. A rose to remember that special person in all our lives. Each rich dark velvety red bloom is built to perfection, petal filled and ideal as a cut bloom. But wait there’s more! This hybrid tea is fully fragrant, carrying the most incredible and lasting rose spice scent, perfuming garden and house alike. Robust and healthy, covered in lush deep green glossy foliage.
Book (2003) Page(s) Table 8.
Awards by La Roseraie de Saverne...
2000 Fragrance, 'Carouso' (MEIcarouze), Hybrid Tea, Meilland
Book (2002) Page(s) 31.
Caruso Shrub, dark red, 2001. Not rated