The first rose produced by our Blue Moon rose tree. It is my favourite rose because of its delicate colour, which varies according to the amount of sunlight it is receiving at any given time, and its exquisite perfume. Unfortunately it is not a hardy variety. It produces huge blossoms, but few of them, and they are very short lived. Still worth growing, however! Even here on the North-East coast of England!
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Featured in the group “A Fascinating Purple” and in “Lovely Lavender” on 5 December 2012. Also a TOP TEN WINNER in the BLUE AND PURPLE ROSES CHALLENGE in ROSES GROW ON YOU on 3 August 2013