Alfred de Dalmas

Order this rose only if you are able to pick it up at the Garden Center when we open in April. We do not ship our roses. 

A cutting provided by a good customer who loves the delicate beauty of this moss rose.

A repeat blooming moss rose that is fragrant and shade tolerant. A four foot shrub that can put up arching canes of 5 feet, a good candidate for pegging. (Tying the long canes down to the ground which results in bloom along the length of the cane.) The 3 inch blooms are a delicate light pink with some pink shading. Deadhead promptly to guarantee repeat bloom. 

Helpmefind.com says this rose has been identified as Mousseline. 

Our picture is a first year plant. 

  •  Moss Rose 1855 Jean Laffay
  • Clusters of 3-inch soft pink blooms
  • 4 to 5 feet tall
  • Moderate Fragrance
  • Zone 5b 
  • 4 X 6 inch pot (own-root)