Low-Maintenance Yet Out-Performing: The Champlain RoseHighly Floriferous
Semi-Double Red Blooms
Blooms From Late Spring to Frost
The Champlain Rose (Rosa ‘Champlain’) is a red rose that will make you blush with delight. A compact and even-growing shrub with a showy multitude of red-velvet roses, this winter hardy variety is prized among rose lovers for improved disease resistance and remarkable hardiness.
The Champlain Rose proves that beauty and strength go hand-in-hand. With profuse cardinal-red blooms that contain honey-yellow centers within a tidy and even form, this rose is a break-out star from the Canadian Explorers Series of roses. When it blooms, there’s no ignoring the multitude of flowers this rose produces or their lovely scent. And it stays in blooms for weeks, erupting in late spring with wave upon wave of blooms until your first frost.
Not only does the Champlain Rose impress garden visitors with its bright red double-blooms, but it also charms gardeners with its diminutive size. In fact, you likely will never need to prune your Champlain Rose, although you will want to deadhead spent blossoms for better flower production in the future.
This petite and even rose offers bright green foliage and improved disease resistance to common pests such as powdery mildew, black, and rust. It also offers amazing cold hardiness for cooler climates.
You can see this brilliant bush from yards away, so feel free to plant it almost anywhere in your garden. Most landscapers use the Champlain Rose as a way to offset white picket fences and foundations. It makes a charismatic informal hedge and bright and cheerful sunny border. You can keep yours potted on your patio or create a sea of roses as a mass planting.
Want to explore the possibilities the Champlain Rose will bring to your yard? Don’t wait to order this easy-to-grow, carefree rose with ravishing red blooms.