'Comtesse de Woronzoff' rose References
Book (1859) Page(s) 151.
I will not all talk about the magnificent evergreen roses, such as Rosa multiflora and Rosa Grevilliae; however it cannot be left unsaid that since 1828 varieties bred from seeds of china roses, the Rosa odorata Comtesse Woronzow have been distributed from here in the rest of europe - and that in Nikita seeds of Rosa sempervirens have been fertilized by pollen of china roses, to produce such roses which can withstand frost of 10° R. [-12.5° C], covering whole galleries, house walls, even roofs along the coast.
Book (1855) Page(s) 364.
Comtesse Woronzow, chamois with pink, very large, double.