The Vintage Rosery
Needville, Texas

Unless otherwise noted, all photographs were taken of the roses in our gardens located in Needville, Texas (zone 8b.)

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Champney's Pink Cluster
This is the rose that really began the Noisette family. It was bred in South Carolina, then developed further in France. The plant can be used as a mounding shrub, or a small climber on a fence or pillar. Be sure it gets plenty of air circulation. The blooms are small and light pink, fading to white in our summer heat. The size is from 4' to 8'.

Bred in the United States by Champneys in 1811.

aka: Chamnagagana
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